Irish Pubs in NYC

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at an Irish pub.

Celebrate the Irish at an Irish pub!

Top the mornin’ to you Blarney. Ok I’ll stop with the Irish accent, but it’s hard not to when you got St Patrick’s Day on the mind. To prepare for St. Patty’s you gotta know what you’re going to drink and where you’re going to get it. Here are some great Irish pubs in NYC that’ll actually make you feel Irish.    There’ll be plenty of drinking and hangovers in the coming weeks, but its ok, there are plenty of Irish pubs in NYC that’ll cure and delay your hangover.

McSorley’s Old Ale House

Soak up the history at this old watering hole. This pub was established in 1854 and has long upheld bringing Irish traditions & drinks to the heart of New York City.

The Irish Pub

The name sums it up pretty well. Located in the heart of mid-town Manhattan this pub specializes in combining Irish and American food & culture into a fun, delicious experience.

Pig N Whistle

This Irish pub is famous for their home-brew Pig N Whistle ale. Rest assured it doesn’t contain any pig meat in it, so don’t be afraid to try it. Sorry to disappoint if you actually wanted some pig in your ale.

The Coliseum Bar and Restaurant

This recently renovated Irish pub has entered the modern age with a sleek design yet still maintains an authentic Irish atmosphere.

Paddy Maguire’s Ale House

Like drinking and horses? Then you’ll love this pub founded by Irish jockey, Paddy Maguire. Alcohol and horsies come together to celebrate Ireland in a unique way at this pub.

Photo Credit: Flickr / marco_ask

Written by Steve Carman

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