2024 Best British & Irish Pubs in New York Area

The Best British & Irish Pubs in New York

Pubs have been centers for socializing in big cities and small hamlets in England and Ireland for hundreds of years. Their American counterparts carry on that same tradition, as well as providing a fun atmosphere to watch the ball game on a big screen TV.

Pubs are places to relax, enjoy a pint or two, and tuck in to pub grub like shepherd's pie, fish and chips, and bangers and mash. Browse our list of the Best British & Irish Pubs in New York, presented in alphabetical order.

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The Churchill Tavern
12/20
Murray Hill's English pub serving hearty, beer-friendly fare. See More
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Lounge, Bar, Gourmet Bar Food
The Dead Rabbit
13/20
A 19th century-themed drinking spot with hearty food to match. See More
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The Dubliner
No Rating
Irish restaurant and pub with indoor and outdoor seating in the Financial District. See More
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Galway Hooker
12/20
This Irish pub-restaurant in the West Village will fill you up on food as much as hops. See More
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Houndstooth Pub
12/20
Sometimes rowdy gastropub with above-average American bar food. See More
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Jones Wood Foundry
14/20
Updated English fare in an Upper East Side neighborhood pub. See More
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McSorley's Old Ale House
QB
This saloon’s slightly odiferous air dates to 1854 and the place still draws a crowd --- albeit a collegiate one. See More
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Molly's Pub & Shebeen
12/20
The most Irish of pubs in Manhattan --- complete with a sawdust floor. See More
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Scratcher
QB
East Village pub that's mild on the Irish. See More
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Swift Hibernian Lounge
No Rating
Quoting Swift is not necessary at this East Village pub, but having a good time is. See More
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