We visited NYC in February and each evening we had a night cap in playwright. The bar is nice and lively with a mix of locals and tourists. And the staff are great, especially Duffy and Joey on the door. Will definetly be back for...More
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We were pleasantly surprised when, on a rainy evening walking up 8th Ave, we came upon this Irish Pub (between 45th and 46th St.). Not only was it within easy walking distance of most theaters, but the food was excellent. I had salmon, my wife...More
Fun Relaxing New York Experience. Had the French Onion soup along with marvelous bruschetta. Pared with a pinot noir. Be prepared to climb some stairs.
Recently ate dinner here and asked the waitress what she thought was good. She suggested the Celtic stew and she was right it was very good. The service was excellent and they checked on me multiple times. I will definitely be coming back here to...More
We ate dinner here after a great experaince a few years back. The place has got alot busier since then but service and food was just as good. We were seated on the 2nd floor, and served straight away, food arrived quickly and was tasty....More
This is a busy, popular, splendid Irish pub/ restaurant near Times Square - on the second (British - first) floor. The food was mouth-wateringly good: I had traditional corned beef (in slices) with cabbage & boiled potatoes. Large helping, speedily served, and washed down with...More
They still had Christmas wreaths and lights up and it was a warm and inviting sight in mid-January. Service was great, food was great, we were able to relax and not feel rushed to leave. A pleasant feeling after a long day of sightseeing.