“good value, fun friendly crowd.”
“Great Irish pub; awesome beer selection; great food (best Shepard's pie ever).”
“This bar was so much fun!”
“good food (onion rings are the best).”
“The food is good and they have a great selection of beer.”
“Located in a neighborhood lacking in bars and pubs, Kinsale Tavern remains a nice place for a Guinness and a burger.”
“nice spot, enjoyed good food with good friends, I'll be back.”
“Great bar staff.”
“good food, cheap beer!”
Solid Irish Pub.
Dark, low key and friendly, this is your solid irish pub. The bartenders are quick and good, the prices reasonable. The crowd tends to be a little older, and its not uncommon to have a group at the end of the bar chatting with the bartender in gaelic. Overall this place is a consistently good experience.
People seem to really like the food, I have only been in for breakfast once, I personally thought it was pretty bad, but hey, it's a bar.
Love it!!. A great neighborhood bar. I've eaten breakfast, lunch, and dinner here and have never been disappointed. The full Irish is great (and I even brought a real Irish person to try it), prices for food and drink are reasonable, and the bartenders are super nice and quick. It does get really crowded but that's just a testament to how great it is.
I heard such great reviews about this place that I trekked all the way across the city just to get there. It was worth the trip. Being on vacation, and from Boston, I wore my Red Sox shirt in here, thinking I might get some spite from others or possibly a bartender. But instead I had a friendly conversation with her. At the end of the night, I made a comment about not wanting to run up my tab and asked her to close it. But then she gave my friends and I our last drink on the house! (And since everything was on my tab, it saved me a good amount of money).
It's off the beaten path for the common tourist, but if you like friendly and relaxing Irish Pubs/ sports bars, I recommend this place. :-)
Editorial Review. Upper East Side Irish pub offers the trifecta: Brews, booze and sports on the tube.
Great Sports Bar!. I was trying to find a place in the neigborhood to go and watch the Packers game last night. We found this place online and figured that we should give it a try. Our new favorite place. Everyone was really friendly, the bartenders were cool, and the food was good. We hung out for like 5 hours even after the game ended. Really chill sports bar. I will be going back!
Great Bar, Great drinks, Great food. Great place. The food and drink are reasonably priced - probably NYC's best kept secret as I doubt you coud beet these prices. Food is really good. HUGE selection of beer! Friendly customers and staff. This place is great for a night out and then to roll on in for bar food to cure the hangover the next morning! St. Patrick's Day is ALWAYS hopping here!!!!! Near the end of the parade route so it is the perfect spot for Getting your Irish on!
Cheap Irish Bar. Cheap drinks ($3.50 for a bottle of Coors Light) and I got a buyback on the 4th round. They have a lot of tv's but this is a big soccer bar so American sports unfortunately take a backseat. There's an internet jukebox towards the front but on the few times that I've been here, it's gone unused. A good place to pass the time for an hour or two.
Sports bar for die-hard fans. I was here for many of the World Cup games and the crowd was great. Lots of die-hard fans. I will be back.
Fun Place!. This is one of my favorite places on the UES. The crowd is friendly - we seem to meet new people most times that we go there. And they serve food late- great cheeseburgers! Football season is crowded but it is a fun time!
Finally a bar that doesn't just show NY teams!. Me and my girlfriends had a good time here last week. We didn't get a seat right away but were still able to watch the Notre Dame game. The $5 Cuervos kept us around for a while too!
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