210 Ave A, New York, NY | Directions 1000940.729765 -73.980856
Open Daily for Lunch & Dinner
Bar 1030AM - 4AM Daily
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Bowery, East Village
Technically I suppose you would have to call this an Irish pub, but it's more of a Lower East Side Irish pub, a kind of self-aware spin on the concept; anyway, it's better than any regular Irish Pub would be, at least in the food and cocktail department.
Amazing food and Great Service – I came here since I noticed the old Arabic place that used to be here has been replaced. It's my first Irish/Celtic restaurant ever in the city and my boyfriend and I absolutely loved it! We had the bacon wrapped scallops to start, the bacon was just crisp enough and the scallops were such a soft texture. I had the salmon special with honey pepper sauce and I ate every single bit. My date had the corned beef and cabbage. I had never tried corned beef but it was absolutely delectable, the beef was lean and the spicy mustard made it perfect. I also enjoyed the 'percy's apple' drink which is whiskey, sour apple and cranberry. I'm not even a whiskey drinker at all and I'm going to try to make this drink at home now. I can't wait to go back. They also have Irish performers every now and then so I really want to check that out.
Inviting Atmosphere and Great Food – I recently went with family and friends to hang out and dine at Percy's. There was live traditional irish music which created a great vibe.
We tried a variety of foods including the scotch egg, shepard's pie with lamb and the scallops. All were mouth-wateringly delicious!
I highly recommend a visit to Percy's to try out the food and then hang out for a drink at the bar.
Great place for a party! – Planning your Christmas Party,this is the place to go.
Beautiful decor,the staff are very friendly and professional.The food presentation was excellent and
everything was delicious.This establishment is a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
AVOID AT ALL COST! – If I could give this place negative stars I would. The people who are rating this place highly either have no taste or are being paid to do so. The food was beyond mediocre - it was bad, ill prepared and quite frankly inedible. My husband ordered the pulled pork sandwich expecting what you would expect - pulled pork. Instead it was a french toast concoction with cold pulled pork and a random egg on top. The bread was even bad. A basic of pub fare - fries - were even bad. Fries!! If you can't make fries well - you should be put out of business. I suspect that is what will happen to this place. Save your money and go somewhere, anywhere that has any sense of taste. McDonalds would even be better.
Great Restaurant / Bar – I recently heard about this place from some friends and decided I had to go.
I've been there a few times now and it gets better each time. The decor is so so inviting, I love it!! The food is simply amazing. I went to Sunday Brunch this past weekend and it was great. There was a jazz band that wasn't too loud and the general atmosphere is perfect for young and old.
If you're looking for a warm atmosphere, great food or even want a few drinks while chatting to the friendly barstaff the this is the place to be.
2 Thumbs up for adding the Happy Hour. – Great food and good thing they added the popular $3 happy hour, just a shame it runs out at 7pm.
Great All Around Experience – I came into Percy's Tavern to eat dinner Friday. I was really blown away by this East Village gem. The room was comfortable and classy, the staff was knowledgable and the food presentation was beautiful and tasted even better. The 5 course tasting menu with wine pairing is the best this restaurant has to offer. The chef prepares smaller portions of 2 appetizers, 2 entrees, and a desert with wine paired to accompany each. It truly is the perfect meal and I'll be back in again soon to have another!
It Has It All – I pass this restaurant everyday on my route to work. Watching the everyday labor to make it the beautiful building it is now. I had dinner there a few nights ago me and a friend. We were seated by the friendliest staff I’ve met in nyc. The food was to die for and that’s saying a lot coming from one of the worlds pickets eaters. The atmosphere is wonderful casual dinning and formal dinging in one place is such a great idea. As I sit here writing this review I want to express how much I loved coming to Percy’s. The whole experience from walking in ,talking to the well mannered, friendly staff, eating wonderful food in such a great setting, to sitting back when the meal is finished while enjoying a cup of coffee watching the owner a Mr Watson walk around and greet customers’ with a warm welcome. Now this is what I look for in a restaurant and I will most Definitely! be coming back and often.
Great place to eat – I walked in off the street with my girlfriend. As we entered, a friendly server seated us. The bar was full and a large group of people were celebrating a birthday. The server explained the tasting menu to us and we decided to try it with a bottle of the house Malbec.
The food was delicious. Each plate was seasoned wonderfully and a great variety was offered.
We sat back, enjoyed the conversation, and were taken care of the whole time. We will definitely be back!
gypsies!!! – We were at Percys today for their first sunday brunch...they had a small gypsy jazz band from L.E.S. wow! the bar wa s full the dining areas were a mix with music lovers and jets fans and kids!!!! evrything was great..bloody marys and mimosas!! short tuytown.......
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