351 West 57th Street, New York, NY | Directions 1001940.767806 -73.984882
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Clinton
D.J. Reynolds has etched out a patch for itself over the years, it has been family owned and operated for over 17 years. It's conviently located in the heart of New York City right just steps away from lincoln center and columbus circle. It has warm and friendly atmosphere. The long mahogany bar stretches throughout the entire place offering a selection of thirteen beers on tap, it has a very cozy dinning room. This is an excellent place to come and enjoy a sporting event on one of its 6 plasma Tv's. The jukebox plays music all day long. The cuisine varies from mouth watering burgers and Dublin Style Fish & Chips to sizzling Steaks and Chops, Fresh Seafood dishes and a wide variety of Desserts. All at reasonable prices! After your meal, your meal, you may want to try our Famous Irish Coffee. Dennis and his staff look forward to seeing you.
Good food, well presented... and QUIET!! – A good bar should have a lot of wood, a good beer selection, few tourists, and-- if there's music. It should be at a volume where it's easy to talk over.
Ear-splitting music works at a disco or a live show. It's STUPID at a bar. (And where you find ear-splitting music at a bar, you usually find lots of STUPID people.)
This bar has plenty of wood, traditional Irish food (bangers and mash, Shepherd's pie, Chicken p*t pie (Citysearch will not allow the word!!!! Can you believe it?), presented beautifully, in large portions. The food was hearty, the drink good, if not in great variety, and the customers (except for us) seemed like regulars who enjoy conversation and drink.
It's a nice relaxing choice in midtown. --Drinkclub NYC is a roving group of NYC drinkers.
Great bar staff – Have used this bar on my last 10 visits to New York from England.
The food is very nice and the service from the bar staff was very good.
Editorial Review – With plasma screen TVs, Irish pub offers more than just brews.
Slow Service – My girlfriend and I came here on a Wednesday. It was reasonable crowded drawing a mix of people, early 20's to late 40's. There are several tv's located throughout the bar and 1 larger screen. There is a decent food menu and the food is okay. The main problem was that the 1 bartender working the bar was very slow and instead of taking our drink orders decided to gab with other patrons. That type of service drops the rating a point or two.
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