Mcgarry's Pub

★★★★★
Enjoy McGarry's Irish Pub, conveniently located near Madison Square Garden, Hammerstein Ballroom, & Penn Station!
  • 417 9th Avenue

    New York, NY 10001

    Map & Directions
  • 212-810-2115

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was very drunk all day ended up back in this bar were i was treated like a golden turd by the bar staff, blonde girl whose name i cant remember who i asked to marry me told me to f*ck off sh*t happens got a football in the corner should be worshiped more than the bar staff. best bar in new york by a mile only actual irish bar i mananged to find hello to the guy with bigger muscles than me cant remember ur name but think u were a regular. mon the hoops and the mananger who directed me home. arite wee man

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★★★★★

was very drunk all day ended up back in this bar were i was treated like a golden turd by the bar staff, blonde girl whose name i cant remember who i asked to marry me told me to f*ck off sh*t happens got a football in the corner should be worshiped more than the bar staff. best bar in new york by a mile only actual irish bar i mananged to find hello to the guy with bigger muscles than me cant remember ur name but think u were a regular. mon the hoops and the mananger who directed me home. arite wee man

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Wow! Another hidden gem! Tucked in among the monster new bars on 9th Avenue, this one is easily overlooked. Good thing too. Otherwise it might become popular and lose its charm. Nearly empty on Thursday at 9:30, this place was so relaxed and friendly... it was as if they didn't care for anyone else except those few of us who were sitting right there. \r
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Typical bar fare, they had an interesting wheat beer on top. I forgot the name, but it was something like ShopStop. Nice, but more summery than October. We each had a class then moved to Sam Adams Oktoberfest. \r
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We harassed the poor waitress on her 2nd night on the job. Asking for this and that... then more thises and thats. She was as Irish as a shileighlee, but with 2 years in New York. She had a great sense of humor, and incredible tolerance. During the evening, the manager and remodeler (they're adding a darts room) came over to chat several times. And they did their best to make the night even more pleasant.\r
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I think there's a juke box, but the music is at a comfortable conversation level. The TVs too, though there, are unobtrusive. This is a drinkers pub. Not a disco. Not a sports hell. Not a meat market. Just right for this drinker and his friends. --Drink Club NYC s a roving group of NYC drinkers\r

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★★★★☆

Wow! Another hidden gem! Tucked in among the monster new bars on 9th Avenue, this one is easily overlooked. Good thing too. Otherwise it might become popular and lose its charm. Nearly empty on Thursday at 9:30, this place was so relaxed and friendly... it was as if they didn't care for anyone else except those few of us who were sitting right there. \r
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Typical bar fare, they had an interesting wheat beer on top. I forgot the name, but it was something like ShopStop. Nice, but more summery than October. We each had a class then moved to Sam Adams Oktoberfest. \r
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We harassed the poor waitress on her 2nd night on the job. Asking for this and that... then more thises and thats. She was as Irish as a shileighlee, but with 2 years in New York. She had a great sense of humor, and incredible tolerance. During the evening, the manager and remodeler (they're adding a darts room) came over to chat several times. And they did their best to make the night even more pleasant.\r
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I think there's a juke box, but the music is at a comfortable conversation level. The TVs too, though there, are unobtrusive. This is a drinkers pub. Not a disco. Not a sports hell. Not a meat market. Just right for this drinker and his friends. --Drink Club NYC s a roving group of NYC drinkers\r

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This place is terrific! It's hard to find a place with a 'local' feel so close to Penn Station, but this place is awesome!! Super friendly, great food, good beer selection. Went with a bunch of friends, and ended up staying 'til the wee hours- awesome jukebox, too :) Definitely going back to enjoy the beer garden!!!

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★★★★★

This place is terrific! It's hard to find a place with a 'local' feel so close to Penn Station, but this place is awesome!! Super friendly, great food, good beer selection. Went with a bunch of friends, and ended up staying 'til the wee hours- awesome jukebox, too :) Definitely going back to enjoy the beer garden!!!

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I love this place especially in the summer . You're walking along crazy 9th avenue and would never know that in the back is a beautiful beer garden (trees and All) \r
Good Beer and Good Food!\r
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★★★★★

I love this place especially in the summer . You're walking along crazy 9th avenue and would never know that in the back is a beautiful beer garden (trees and All) \r
Good Beer and Good Food!\r
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Pros: Beer Garden, Inexpensive

Cons: Snow and Rain

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Went there before I was going to a concert. Had great happy hour. Sat outside and enjoyed the weather... Seemed like a backyard party. I love the beer choices too... since Im a big beer fan. This place was packed with great people- because of the great food and drink!!! Going Back!

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★★★★★

Went there before I was going to a concert. Had great happy hour. Sat outside and enjoyed the weather... Seemed like a backyard party. I love the beer choices too... since Im a big beer fan. This place was packed with great people- because of the great food and drink!!! Going Back!

Pros: Perfect Bar before concerts

 

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