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McSorley's Old Ale House
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15 E 7th St New York, NY 10003
15 East 7th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
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Old-time bar with Irish bartenders, 2 kinds of ale (light or dark) & sawdust on the floor.- Google
"Simply the best light and dark beers you'll ever have."
"Fun place with communal type seating, and sawdust covered floors."
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Michael Morrow
a month ago
Just a great place. Was in recently on a random Thursday night. Was crowded but not overly so. Service was brisk and polite. Cash only, beer only. $5 for two, order 2 at a time, either light or dark, or 1 of each. Great beer, great atmosphere. You're drinking where Abe Lincoln drank. It's a must if you're nearby. Even if you're not it's worth the trip.
Christian Corby
2 weeks ago
Must stop here when in nyc . Dont miss it
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Mehul Vora
a month ago
Awesome ambience. Very old school. Love the grandpa bartender with the braces.
Patrick Ducey
3 months ago
The oldest bar in the whole city. Opened up in 1854. A true Irish ale house. only 2 selections light beer and dark beer. sawdust on the floor and nothing has come off the wall since about 1965. The amount of history that's in this bar and on the walls could rival some small museums.
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Russell Bittner
a week ago
If this will be your first visit to McSorley's and you actually want to gain something from the experience, do yourself the favor of chasing down Joseph Mitchell's McSORLY'S WONDERFUL SALOON (a collection of non-fiction pieces) and read the title piece. As just one of the tidbits you'll learn from your reading, McSorley's is the oldest saloon in the U. S. of A. -- yes, older than any saloon you may've seen in any (now) ghost town in any Western. One word of caution -- no, two: (1) don't gawk; and (2) keep that smartphone tucked away. McSorley's is not a place for cheap pix -- unless, that is, you think your dead grandmother in her open coffin is an occasion for phone pix. Instead, open your eyes and your ears -- and look and listen. You're about to see and hear some genuine history. Russell
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Edward Englett, Jr.
5 months ago
An authentic taste of New York's past, with a little ale on the side. Amazing atmosphere, great ale, good food. A MUST see for anyone traveling to NYC!
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Daniel Ibarra
6 months ago
Worst bar I visited while in New York. If you don't know and order something other than beer they scoff at you. The asshat with grey hair and "authoritative" grey shirt (his words) will harass you and ask you to move out of his way every time he passes. Even if you just moved from where he asked you to. Needless to say, I chugged my beer and left asap. I would never recommend this place to anyone else.
Josh Hudson
a month ago
Best bar in nyc hands down get ready to drink and enjoy life