Landmark Tavern

Pub, Bar
$ $
626 11th Ave (at W 46th St)
New York, NY 10036
(212) 247-2562
Monday
11:30am - 4:00am
Tuesday
11:30am - 4:00am
Wednesday
11:30am - 4:00am
Thursday
11:30am - 4:00am
Friday
11:30am - 4:00am
Saturday
11:30am - 4:00am
Sunday
11:30am - 4:00am

Menu

Tips

  • The Tavern opened in 1868 and is said to be haunted by a Confederate Civil War veteran who, knifed in a fight, staggered up to the second floor to die in a bathtub thats still there.
  • Ask for Shayne. He's the man.
  • Their garlic mayo is pretty bomb. I would probably bathe in it.
  • Nice bar considering the neighborhood. Bangers and mash are excellent. Some what elderly crowd but still a nice place to stop in for lunch and some sports broadcast at the bar. Enjoy!
  • Established in 1868 and continuously operated. It originally faced the Hudson River, before the shores had been artificially extended and developed.
  • Fine Guinness
  • We were thinking about going or not. A girl leaving the place said to us: Gooooood foooood. And the food turned to be really really good!
  • they rent the 3rd floor out as a b&b
  • Originally opened in 1868, the Landmark Tavern kept pouring drinks through Prohibition by turning its third floor into a speakeasy. - From Eater NY
  • A small but very staple beer selection. Try the bangers and mash!
  • Some of the best fries in the city! Fried in duck fat and served with garlic mayo on the side. Phenomenal!
  • Supposedly haunted!
  • Unfortunately, no happy hour specials. Nice place, though, especially after 5pm, when the next door ad agency crowd comes out for libations.
  • Friendly service, cool old bar feeling.
  • Bangers & Mash is tasty and presented well. Wings are crisp, mild and not breaded (we hate breaded wings). Beer selection so-so, whiskey selection very nice.
  • Nice old-timey spot...
  • Sirloin burgers are great. Ask for the garlic mayo for fries and burger
  • Classic Irish pub, perfect for St. Patricks day revelry and amazing fish and chips or shepherds pie any day.
  • I had the fish n chips along with the Landmark Ale. I highly recommend BOTH! And the fries with garlic mayo too! Such a great atmosphere away from the chaos and crowds of times square.
  • Great place for last call (2-4am). Quiet place to keep the conversation going with great cocktails!

Nearby places

621 W 46th St (btwn 11th & 12th Ave)
Pier 86 (at W 46th St & 12th Ave)
599 10th Ave (btwn 43rd & 44th St.)