Ainsworth Park

Row 1

Details
111 E 18th St (at Park Ave Sth)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 673-2467
American, Lounge, Sports Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Wed: 5:00 PM–Midnight Thu–Fri: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM Sat: 10:00 AM–2:00 AM Sun: 10:00 AM–1:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • I could do without the bathroom attendant on a TUESDAY NIGHT.
  • The lobster Mac and cheese is a huge serving and totally delish! Also if you are there for a football game, get the pitcher not the bucket (it's cheaper by vol)
  • You can live without this place.
  • I will never come back to this establishment. Most rediculous door policy in the world.
  • Get dressed up and ready bcs this place is more about being seen rather than seeing any games... Too bad.
  • If you're a bro in finance looking for a good time with fellow bros, look no further. If you are not, keep looking for somewhere else.
  • 1 word: Awful
  • This bar needs more dudes
  • I would NEVER go back. Way too expensive for very mediocre food and drinks.
  • Great, attentive service with an eclectic, modern atmosphere and impeccable presentation. Order a bottle of champagne for the table and unwind with good company.
  • tried candied bacon for the first time and was pleasantly surprised! not that anything bacon could ever disappoint
  • Do NOT come here for sports. The insistence on club music during commercials ruins the experience. Can't talk to your friends. Great otherwise.
  • Don't waste your time, this place is the biggest joke! 12:20 and i need a reservation for a drink at an empty bar. The guy at the door thinks he is way too important, go to olives around the corner.
  • What kind of sports bar doesn't play the sound for an NFL playoff game? i also had to remind them that there was a game on. 15minutes in the TVs are finally set for it but refused to play the sound.
  • Apparently, if you have a table upstairs you cannot stand up and obstruct the TVs.
  • Staff seems to hate their lives. It wouldn't kill them to smile once in a while.
  • It does the job for a last minute brunch driveby. Judge pedestrians from the street facing booths
  • Very, very bro-ey and loud. They do have a ton of TV screens though so no matter where you sit or stand you have a front seat view of whatever game is on.
  • I have the impression that burgers and drinks might be good here, but brunch was awful. We couldn't finish our eggs Benedict and kale salad so bad they were. Service is good, the server was very nice.
  • Great happy hour spot. Tuna tartar was also on point.