Blarney Rock Pub

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Details
137 W 33rd St (btwn 6th & 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10001
(212) 947-0825
Bar, American
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 8:00 AM–4:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Buffalo Sabres fans, come here during a Sabres game!
  • This is a favorite place for SU alumni to catch the 'Cuse game! Find your local alumni club here: http://ow.ly/umqDT.
  • Roof top bar and grill opened to a great reception by all!!
  • Among the best Irish Pubs in NYC!!! It is THE BEST WEE PUB IN NY!!!
  • Dont come here! They kicked us out to give our table away while my friend was trying to order food and I wanted to order more beers
  • Great bar. Maher's a gomey.
  • The bar tender pours me a drink as soon as I'm empty, without needing to be asked. That's what I call service.
  • Best bartenders in the world hands down!
  • Best prices in town ;) they Serve breakfast lunch and dinner , have the best burgers and corned beef sandwich, check out the new roof top ;)
  • They will leave you smiling!! Been doing it for 43 years!!
  • As the owner since 1969, yes we are in our sixth decade leaving our customers with a smile on their faces when they leave, WE DO OUR BEST!! We will be adding an open air ROOF DECK for having fun!!
  • Old school Knick bar, they've got a Lin Burger for $9.95. Bacon, Cheddar & BBQ.
  • Start a day playing hookie with a full Irish Breakfast and a Guinness at this extremely friendly pub. You might end up spending your whole day here!
  • $.50 wings and half price drinks from 5pm-8pm
  • Go to the Blarney Rock after a Ranger game for the cheapest decent beer in midtown Manhattan, and some okay bar food too.
  • great owner and staff! great beer selection, live music and food. good for pre and post gaming for MSG events
  • Great crafts on tap!
  • Are you a sports fan, concert goer, commuter, local worker or tourist? This is the pub for you! Since 1969, they have been dishing out smiles with their great food and drink!! Try them!
  • Oh, great addition, their roof top bar and grill, unique!
  • Great place for commuters to wind down, concert goers to rev up. Workers to lunch. Tourists to enjoy being in an old Irish pub(since 1969).