On weekend nights, just steps from Grand Central Station, an atavistic beat reverberates from the bodhrán, an ancient drum, as part of a traditional Irish music session that sometimes incorporates fiddles, accordions, and folksy vocals. O'Neill's Irish Pub not only hosts these weekly merry musical melees, but it also embodies their charm, spontaneity, and spirit. O'Neill's welcomes newcomers and regulars with 17 beers on tap, casual pub fare including burgers and wraps, and friendly conversation. For generations, the pub has served as a community center where families can gather to tell stories and spin yarns about high-fiving Uncle Sam during a Fourth of July parade. O'Neill's Irish Bar houses lively crowds on two floors, including a private party room that holds up to 100 celebrants.