Downtown / Other

Downtown / Other

East-West:  South;  Front;  Water/Pearl;  Gold;  William;  Nassau;  B-Way;   Church/Trinity;  Greenwich;  West;  South End;  North End

North-South:  Chambers;  Brooklyn Bridge;  Warren;  Murray;   Park/Beekman;   Barclay;   Vesey/Ann;   Fulton;   Dey/John;   Courtland;  Liberty/Maiden;   Cedar;   Albany/Thames/Pine;   Carlisle/Wall;  Rector;   Thames/Exchange;   Morris;  Beaver;  William;  Pearl;  Water;  South

PJ Clarke’s: Pub. 250 Vesey St;  Owned by actor Timothy Hutton; Absolutely outstanding burgers, large seafood raw bar menu; Newly renovated;  Classy pub with great after work crowd- massive outdoor seating area in summer; Comfortable and cool vibe. Old New York feel;  Incredibly popular happy hour.

Clinton Hall: American Bar. 90 Washington St @ Rector; Opens daily at 11:30am; Has a beer garden- just a big communal area, outdoors. Tons of complementary games (chess, jenga etc);  HH is M-F 11:30am-6pm with $5 drafts, $6 well and $7 wings; Brunch is bottomless – choice of Bitburger beer, Mimosa or Bloodies.

Dark Horse: Sports Bar. 17 Murray St @ Broadway; 17 flat screens; Long main bar and tables in back to eat. Opens daily 11am.  Best for lunch or after work. Large, excellent menu of food – real pub quality. Absolute must for a casual business lunch.

Patriot Saloon: Dive Bar. 110 Chambers @ Church; They hire bartenders with a sign reading “drunk sluts wanted”.  Two levels;  Darts and pool; Dancing on the bar welcomed; Basically – like Red Rock West downtown. Dirt cheap madness. Pinball machines, Pool tables, good jukebox. Opens 11:30am. Pints $3.50-$4.50.  Cash only.

Jim Brady’s: Irish Pub. 75 Maiden Lane @ William; Opens 11am daily;  Long bar with TVs and friendly bartenders; Traditional feel that meets expectations. HH is M-F from 4-7pm with $4 Bud Light and Warsteiner, select cocktails $6. Smoked salmon, Bison Burger highlight good food menu.

Underdog: Cocktail Bar. 55 Stone St @ Hanover Sq; Opens 11:30am-noon; More classy than competitors; Brunch has $15 Bloody Mary DIY bar for $15. HH is M-Th 3-6pm with $5 Bud and select cocktails discounted. Cocktails normally $14, wine $12. This place would do great in the Village.

The Dubliner: Irish Pub. 45 Stone St @ Mill Ln;  On the ever popular Stone Street; Wildly popular lunch option; Opens daily 11am;  Outdoor seating. Madhouse after work – meat market/ pickup joint. Wall Street types all over. Bottomless Brunch served – huge drink choice. Delicious wings. There is a HH (not sure hours);  Lobster sandwich.

Beekman Pub: Irish Pub. 15 Beekman St @ Nassau; Friendly neighborhood pub;  Opens noon daily;  HH is M-F 4-7pm with $3 Bud & Miller Lite; $5 wine/well. Huge food menu including Irish smoked salmon and the gamut of Irish classics. So inexpensive.

Irish American Pub: Irish Pub. 17 John St @ Nassau;  Liverpool soccer fans come here; Has game room with pool, darts, ping pong, pinball. Carlsbreg, Harp on tap.  Bottomless brunch with Bloodies, Mimosa, Drafts. Traditional Irish food you will love. Very cool spot.

Fraunces Tavern: American Bar. 54 Pearl @ Broad; Opens daily 11am; Been around forever. HH is M-F 4-7pm with $1.50 oysters;  Live Irish music 3pm on Sunday. Fairly famous place – quite large. Private parties. Lamb stew. They have 140+ beers to choose from.

Murphy’s Tavern Bar: American Pub. 6 Stone St @ Whitehall;  Opens daily at 11:30am; Great for lunch; HH is daily from 4-8pm with $6 drafts, wine, well.  Pretzels with cheese are great. Fun crowd of locals later on.

Nassau Bar: Dive Bar. 118 Nassau St @ Ann-Beekman; Opens 11am M-Sat; HH is dirt cheap, regular prices still cheap. Bartenders in bikinis. Great juke;  No food.  No fancy drinks. Hole in the wall.

Killarney Rose: Irish Pub. 127 Pearl St @ Hanover Sq; Awesome Place; Dirt cheap house draft; Great food- especially the wings; 2 levels; Happy Hour/ After work bar. Welcoming feel with friendly bartenders; Non-corporate scene refreshing for area. Buy-backs. Not as cool as it once was in the 1990s-2000s.

Jeremy’s Ale House: Dive Bar. 228 Front St @ Peck Slip; Total Dive spot; Drink huge selection of beers in massive Styrofoam cups or bottles; Great, cheap food; Very popular; Cheap wings; TVs; Hours- 8am-midnight weekdays. Opens 10am Sat, noon Sun. Outdoor area; Donkey Kong.  HH 8-10am and 4-6pm weekdays.

Dorlan’s Tavern & Oyster Bar:  Seafood/ Bar. 213 Front St @ Beekman; Ideal location near the Seaport;  Opens 11am. Lots of great food – oysters of course. Bottomless brunch. Useless website.  Happy Hour after work, not sure hours. No menu online as of Jan, 2020.

Watermark Bar:  Outdoor Bar. Pier 15. Located at the end of the pier next to the Seaport. Opens daily at noon. Amazing views at night. THE place to go in area on a beautiful day to drink outside. Seasonal bar – closes in Winter. 10,000 Sq feet; Live music – more of a scene at night. HH is M-F 4-6pm – includes an oyster deal.

Industry Kitchen: Cocktail Bar. 70 South St @ Maiden. From Watermark Bar owners. Great food – open kitchen.  Great bar to sit at. Amazing views outside. Opens daily at 11am. More of an expensive option.  Wine is $14, Beer $9. Cocktails $15. Wood fire pizzas are great.  Has HH – unknown times.

Ulysses: Irish Pub. 95 Pearl St @ Hanover Sq; Opens 11am. Huge after work crowd; Easily the best happy hour bar in Lower Manhattan; Singles scene; Yuppy scene; Good pub food.  Private parties.  Nice pints of Guinness and other beers.  Good food.  Lots of office parties here.

Stone Street Tavern: Irish Pub.  52 Stone St @ Hanover Sq;  Opens 11am. Small tavern – very clean and comfortable; Nice pit stop on way to the Seaport;  Popular for lunch and weekend brunch;  Near Ulysses in case you need another option. Solid service.  Bottomless brunch for $25.

Full Shilling: Irish Pub. 160 Pearl St @ Wall-Pine; Happening after work spot for Wall St crowd; Very good food- burgers & Cobb salad; Large number of beers on tap; Happy Hour scene. Nothing special late at night or weekends. Corned Beef is amazing. Opens 11am. Great pints of beer.

Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog Shop: Cocktail Bar. 30 Water Street @ Broad; Gorgeous speakeasy cocktail bar; Sit-down parlor level and a taproom in the lower level;  75+ mixed drinks to choose from in their drink menu ($16 each or so);  Excellent nibbles and bar food; Expert bartenders; Highly rated even nationally; Perfect date spot; No Rez; Beautiful inside; Ideal after fun at the Seaport. Interior is just amazing looking. $$$$