Irvington Bar & Restaurant

Row 1

201 Park Ave S (E 17th St.)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 677-0425
American, Bar, New American
$ $ $ $
Mon–Wed: 7:00 AM–2:00 AM Thu–Fri: 7:00 AM–3:00 AM Sat: 8:00 AM–3:00 AM Sun: 8:00 AM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • great cocktails
  • The Manhattan in a Flask is built for two to share, and comes with a couple of rocks glasses filled with ice, plus the aforementioned flask, which arrives ice cold and labeled with masking tape.
  • Very nicely decorated, perfect for a quick break right across union square. The cocktails and cold pressed juices (even though bottled) are well recommended!
  • SOrder the cocktail with strawberries and a salty rim, fab! (Stramard Never Dies)Also try any of the veg dishes for farm fresh experience, esp mushrooms. Waiting for my scallops.
  • Roasted cauliflower & kale flatbread, croquettes and roasted snapper are killer
  • Irvingtons focus is on market-to-table fare, a rotisserie-menu and retro cocktails. Check out the duck confit pot-pie and the lamb tartare with harissa and radishes.
  • Start with the croquettes and a pint. Then move on to their more expensive but impressive cocktails.
  • Drinks are expensive, food portions are tiny and mediocre service. Won't be coming back here
  • The service from our waiter was absolutely horrible and ruined the overall experience. It took over 30 minutes for us to all get our food, and I had to wait 10 minutes after everyone to get my food.
  • Tomato salad and Tuna steak
  • a bit expensive but the bar is never too busy
  • Great for happy hour. I can't imagine getting a full meal here though. Pricey drinks outside of HH!
  • Terrific ambiance
  • Avocado toast and royal flush make a great breakfast combo.
  • Merguez flatbread, crispy artichoke
  • A good place to go for cocktails on a weeknight
  • Very solid bar menu, including beecher cheese, creative drinks, stramaro especially tasteful decor. Good place for a casual business meeting as well as a date
  • Grilled octopus, bucatini, glass of pecorino.
  • Named in homage to the famous writer, the restaurant features a lot of Washington Irving's writings, as well as a newly commissioned mural by Marcus Pierce that depicts "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow."