Triple Crown Restaurant & Ale

★★★★☆
  • 330 7th Ave

    New York, NY 10001

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  • 212-736-1575

About Triple Crown Restaurant & Ale

Hours
Monday To Sunday From 11:00 AM To 04:00 AM

Food

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Standings

43 E 7th St New York, NY

3.6667 6
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Visiting NYC and tried this place. Great service and daily special was good. Water was drinkable.

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★★★★★

Visiting NYC and tried this place. Great service and daily special was good. Water was drinkable.

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This is a pleasant Irish bar in the midst of the Fashion District where I'd never think of going for a drink. We were the the night Michael Jackson thrilled his last thrill, and for some reason the place was empty. The staff was great to us. Especially Alexandria, our Bulgarian waitress-in-training who was had the back luck of having us as her first customers EVER. For an "Ale House", the beer selection was rather limited. Maybe 10 drafts and as many bottles. We didn't order entres. The Buffalo chicken wings had some kick to them. (Just like Thunder Jackson's the week before. Maybe New Yorkers are finally getting better about spice!) The large back room is a refuge from the narrow standing bar in front. There ARE a lot of TVs, though. I imagine on a crowded sports night, this might be a place to avoid. On a quiet nice, though. It's a nice and quiet place to sit and drink with friends. --Drink Club NYC is a roving group of NYC drinkers

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★★★☆☆

This is a pleasant Irish bar in the midst of the Fashion District where I'd never think of going for a drink. We were the the night Michael Jackson thrilled his last thrill, and for some reason the place was empty. The staff was great to us. Especially Alexandria, our Bulgarian waitress-in-training who was had the back luck of having us as her first customers EVER. For an "Ale House", the beer selection was rather limited. Maybe 10 drafts and as many bottles. We didn't order entres. The Buffalo chicken wings had some kick to them. (Just like Thunder Jackson's the week before. Maybe New Yorkers are finally getting better about spice!) The large back room is a refuge from the narrow standing bar in front. There ARE a lot of TVs, though. I imagine on a crowded sports night, this might be a place to avoid. On a quiet nice, though. It's a nice and quiet place to sit and drink with friends. --Drink Club NYC is a roving group of NYC drinkers

Pros: Wings with kick, friendly staff

Cons: Fewer beers than expected

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A good place to grab a bite if you don't mind the touristy crowd or the gathering of people (suits) as they get off of work, or out from Penn Station. Decent bar food and a good selection of beverages.

3
★★★☆☆

A good place to grab a bite if you don't mind the touristy crowd or the gathering of people (suits) as they get off of work, or out from Penn Station. Decent bar food and a good selection of beverages.

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the management let some drunk guy push my friend cause he thought she was stealing his credits at the jukebox. i almost called the cops, and they could care less.

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★☆☆☆☆

the management let some drunk guy push my friend cause he thought she was stealing his credits at the jukebox. i almost called the cops, and they could care less.

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Been here a couple of times. The staff is very friendly and accomodating. Prices are reasonable ($4.50 for Coors Light) and the food menu is very good. There are numerous tv's around the bar, most of them showing soccer if at all possible, but most of them aren't that big. Locale is a little out of the way though. Other than that, not much to complain about

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★★★★☆

Been here a couple of times. The staff is very friendly and accomodating. Prices are reasonable ($4.50 for Coors Light) and the food menu is very good. There are numerous tv's around the bar, most of them showing soccer if at all possible, but most of them aren't that big. Locale is a little out of the way though. Other than that, not much to complain about

Pros: Friendly staff, Food

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Its a perfect afterwork environment. The food is ok, but the barstaff makes up for it!!!! Hottie Steven and Hottie Darren!!!! woo hoo!

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★★★★★

Its a perfect afterwork environment. The food is ok, but the barstaff makes up for it!!!! Hottie Steven and Hottie Darren!!!! woo hoo!

Pros: service, location, selection

Cons: menu

 

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