Third Avenue Ale House
Today 11:30 am – 4:00 am
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1644 3rd Ave New York, NY 10128
1644 3rd AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10128
Gastropub, PubToday 11:30 am – 4:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 4:00 amTuesday 11:30 am – 4:00 amWednesday 11:30 am – 4:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 4:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 4:00 amSaturday 10:30 am – 4:00 amSunday 10:30 am – 4:00 am
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Craft beer, seasonal ales & wine with upmarket comfort food & weekend brunch in warm, rustic digs.- Google
"The English muffin bun was the best executed English muffin bun I've every had."
"Great Pub Food. Nice Staff."
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John Eisenberg
11 months ago
Worst experience EVER! My wife and I have lived on the UES for over a decade and frequent many of the local restaurants for brunch on Saturdays. We've eaten here 4 or 5 times and the service has always been acceptable (at best) Today's experience was the worst I've ever had in a restaurant bar non! We met our friends, another couple who also live in the area at Noon, were seated promptly ordered immediately (BTW- one of our party is pregnant) and proceeded to wait 50 minutes for our food. At no time did our waitress come over to our table. At this point I went to Ritchie, the Maître D and advised him of the situation and then returned to the table. Another 10 minutes passed and still NO FOOD or even an apology or an explanation. So, once again, I went in to find out where our food was. At this point all the waitress did was apologize and was soon joined by the bartender who also apologized. Finally, we just left and went to The District about a block away, sat down at now 2:30 and ordered. When I returned home I called Robert, the Manager and told him of our experience to which he replied, I'm sorry, one of the Kitchen staff didn't show up to which I replied: your staffing issues or lack thereof are not our problem and I suggest you let your patrons know if your kitchen is unable to keep up. At least that way we could have made an informed decision as to whether to stay or not. Robert's reply was: "I really don't give a shit if you come back here again or not" REALLY? Great attitude, eh? NEEDLESS TO SAY WE"LL NEV ER RETURN.
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electronics guru
a year ago
Abby the bartender is hands down the best bartender I've ever met. She only works on Tuesday Friday and Sunday nights though unfortunately. Cool bar. Lot's of Beers! AND surprisingly amazing food!
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Todd Wilkinson
8 months ago
Decent food from a tiny open kitchen, dozens of beers on tap and its nice enough inside to pass muster on a casual date night. One of the better-executed UES pubs.
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Karen Stephens
a year ago
The Triple Pork Burger is something special. The English muffin bun was the best executed English muffin bun I've every had. Usually it's a hard, sloppy, stale mess that's too small for the burger, chewy and gross. This was perfection. The burger needed it. It desired it. It made love to it.... Okay, now I'm getting carried away. Since I really don't like beer (*gasp*) I always appreciate anything non-beer on the drink menu. And I lurve me some cider. I usually like a crisp Woodpecker & will make do with a Magner's. This was my first time having Angry Orchard. It's very sweet with a strong apple juice flavor, meaning not much of a kick, but it's a perfect foil to the Triple Pork. ::cue Brady Bunch:: Porkchops and Applesauce. Back to the burger.... Copy/Paste: Triple Pork Burger 8 oz of grilled ground pork & chorizo, topped with bacon, served with adobo bbq sauce Yes. Yes. Yes and yes. Comes with lettuce, red onions, tomato on the side. Go ahead and put something green on it to keep your cardiologist happy. You get the Adobo sauce on the top and the bottom for prime coverage. So much pork. So good. I paid the extra for the Garlic Sauteed Green Beans but to be honest, it didn't add anything to the meal. They weren't very garlicky or seasoned. But since the burger is such a good sized portion, do you really need to destroy yourself with sides? The service was prompt, friendly and properly attentive. I was seated in the front with the bar and the television screens so I was exposed to a couple of Bros shouting at the Yankees and the Knicks, respectively. But if you're looking to talk to your date, this is a good date spot, there's plenty of seating in the rear. Just ask. I was extremely pleased with my tribute to pork. I just hope that one day I suffer a head injury and wake up loving beer. It's such a waste to go thru life without beer. So much beer.
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Vladimir Jovanovic
a year ago
This ale house offers neat selection of draft beers from all over the country. They have two areas. Once you get in there is sports bar like vibe going on, while in the back there is more quite area with tables. There's also a patio for nice days or evenings. Since it's an ale house, you really want to try the beers here. If you're into IPAs, try Juniper IPA. Food is absolutely good as well and is accompanying those beers very very well. Absolutely no remarks there. Menu is bar food oriented. There is also a great selection of other drinks as well with top shelf quality liquor. Staff is friendly and attentive which is always a plus.
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Albert Oeswadi
a year ago
Interesting selections of craft beers. Nice place to hang out but a little pricey. Doesn't really feel like a neighborhood bar, but beer fans should definitely check it out. I had a bacon-flavored beer here - pretty good.
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Dane Samilo
a year ago
Had brunch here just yesterday. The wait staff are all very friendly, and the backwaiting staff are attentive and prompt. Just expect the food to take a while. I didn't quite understand until I noticed how tiny the kitchen was relative to the size of the restaurant. We had the curry deviled eggs appetizer, which was the highlight: very flavorful and a solid portion. Two of us got the carmelized apple pancakes. The pancakes themselves were okay (my buddy's had one burnt in the stack), but there weren't nearly enough apples nor sufficient caramel sauce/syrup. I also ordered their homemade chicken sausage and home fries. Both were good--a little on the pricey side--, but the portions matched the price.
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Curt OBrien
a year ago
Great Pub Food. Nice Staff. Big restaurant - plenty of seating. Beer list rotates and is spot on, even some vintage bottles