23 W 39th St, New York, NY | Directions 1001840.752202 -73.983752
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Midtown South Central
Not special, but not bad either – Local, mainly after-work bar. Slightly Irish style with lots of TVs and a friendly bar-tender at the bar in front. There are table-clothed tables to one side in the back, high tables with stools on the other side. Crowded for happy hour, the crowd thins out around 10PM, when the waitress leaves. If you sit at a table, no one (except the waitress) will come over to talk to you. That's typical in New York. To mingle, you gotta stand at the bar.
As for food, the quesadilla is a bit bland, but not bad. The wings have a decent kick to them. Oh yeah, the staff is very friendly and accommodating. (The manager gave us a free drink!) It's a nice off-the-tourist-radar place and a good place to bring a group when you just want to be by yourselves. --Drink Club NYC is a roving group of NYC drinkers
typical crapy midtown bar – Midtown is notoriously cheesy and bland when it comes to afterwork affair, but this venue was especially so. The drinks were poorly made, weak and over priced. the food had no continuity to it, and neither my girlfriend or me could finish even a third of our meal (we ordered chicken wings, and a chicken sandwhich of some sort) The music was too loud and it was supposedly happy hour, but we were charged full price for our drinks due to the fact that the waitress poured top shelf liqour without asking us first. the atmosphere was drab and confusing. i was extremely displeased as i was leaving and felt robbed of thirty bucks
Great Happy Hour Bar – As a person who works 3 blocks away, this is by far the best happy hour in the neighborhood. Drinks are about average price, the scene is very chill, young professional, and music isnt too loud. Food is nothing special but the appetizers are just enough. Im here about 3 times a week with my coworkers. Great bar staff as well, and the Lukes replacement fits right in with Quaz!! Great job Tom Trimmer, you have a fantastic spot thats worth traveling from the UES to.
Great place for a drink...or three – Nice cozy little place...moderately price drinks, though service was quite good. I went there with a group of 4 and we were settled and got our first rounds relatively quick...nothing special about of the food but still i'd go back if i were in the area
Nothing special – Went in after work around 6pm. They proudly displayed an Irish flag in front of the bar- but the bar staff lacked even a little Irish hospitality.
Their bourbon selection was limited to one: Maker's Mark. And it cost me $11.50 for that!
On a positive note, they did have free tortilla chips (very Irish!) and salsa. So there's that.
A lot of hype for a so-so place. Be prepared to pay good coin for this wanna be hip place that lacks character or "vibe". Food is not good and they try to pretend it is, my group ordered several items of the dinner type menu-think from southern cuisine to Asian influence plates?? -with an ok general feeling from the group. This is not gastro-pub dinning folks. Nothing to write home about. Service was the only good experience of the evening. I think there is better options around the area to spend your cash.
Best Place to Black out and get beligerent on a Friday – My favorite place to spend a Friday after work. Bartenders make great shots and everyone is so friendly. I even got so wasted that I forgot to pay my bar tab once, and was welcomed back the next week with open arms.
LOVE this place! I don't even know where to begin...the chips and salsa are amazing, the music is great, the service is great. I have been there when two girls were re-enacting the Dirty Dancing routines, lift and all. And don't even get me started on how delicious those shots of Baby Guiness are! AMAZING!
Last Friday – I had an amazing time here last Friday. It seems like a pretty quiet place, but I was extremely surprised to see the sort of after-work crowd it attracts. The girls were hot, the guys were hot! It was awesome.
Pawar – Stopped by here on a Thursday Night DJ played good music although the white people who danced had no rhythm. Beers are overpriced $5.25 for a Coors Light. Door staff is friendly.
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