Irish Bars & Clubs
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Though it's an Irish pub, the Blarney Rock is a great place to watch sports. It gets especially crowded when the Knicks and Rangers are playing at...
This neighborhood may be swarming with new-age bars populated by twenty-somethings flailing their parents' plastic, but 72-year-old O'Conners proves...
Stop by on Fridays when Flannery's features up and coming bands, or participate in one of their daily dart tournaments for discounted drinks.
Once uninviting and cliquey, the Irish bar with a Mexican kitchen in an Italian neighborhood is now one of the friendliest joints on Court Street.
Locals, mostly the Cornell scrub-clad flock to this brick-walled, dark-paneled spot.
A sports bar near MSG and Penn, so look out for the B&T crowd on their way home from work.
Yes, O'Flanagans can get overcrowded and fratty, but with a live cover band, live-band karaoke, and a raucous atmosphere, it seems worth it.
Part of the great Village triad of Irish pubs, along with Slinte and the Baggot Inn, Dempsey's manages a cozy feel at the bar while the back room...
The Triple Crown has the standard Irish Pub offerings.