Dating from the 1800s, McSorley's Old Ale House is more than a bar, it’s a drinking experience. The oldest Irish pub in NYC, it has just two tap beers, light and dark. There are characterful bartenders, sawdust-sprinkled floors and walls covered with old newspaper articles. Look out for Houdini’s handcuffs on the bar rail on.
Jimmy's No 43 is a basement bar with carefully chosen craft beers that staff insist you sample before you commit. The cosy bar has lots of little rooms and there’s a stage and a piano. And when you’re ready for...
0.1 Km to McSorley's Old Ale House, East Village
Founded in 1973, this venue is the undisputed birthplace of punk, where bands like Ramones, Blondie and The Patti Smith Band made rock history. The famous awning has gone, though, and the club is now a retail...
0.4 Km to McSorley's Old Ale House, East Village
Proletariat is a craft beer hideaway that promises ‘rare, new and unusual beers’. With bartenders who really know their stuff, it’s excellent for adventurous drinkers looking for an exciting brew list. The bar...
0.5 Km to McSorley's Old Ale House, East Village