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The rear of Tribeca Tap House's bar looks like it's survived since colonial times, with thick planks of aged wood sunk into the brick wall. The bar itself stands in contrast, sporting a clean, modern design that includes tap handles mounted on polished metal. It's a fitting image for a restaurant that sticks to the basics of a neighborhood watering hole—namely cold drafts and hot food—and then elevates them with a heavy selection of craft beers and New American gastropub dishes. The all-day menu tempts patrons with specialties such as crispy shrimp ‘n’ chips and the Tap House burger, a ground-in-house blend of sirloin, chuck, and brisket. The chefs' sandwiching skills continue to shine in more complex assemblages as well, such as the short-rib grilled cheese, which enfolds wild mushrooms, caramelized onions, and chipotle gouda on texas toast. And no pub meal is complete without a fried appetizer, of which Tribeca Tap House has many, including cornmeal-crusted pickle chips—frickles—accompanied by ranch sauce. Bartenders pour more than 20 draft beers at any time, keeping guests cool and calm as they watch sports games on one of many flat-screen televisions. The surrounding decor is heavy on rustic wood and brick, although works from local artists interject the handsome earth tones with pops of color.
365 Greenwich St
New York,
NY
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A barrow boy pushes his cart past horse-drawn carriages, police on horseback, and a lady on a stroll, parasol in hand. This historical scene, appropriately tinted in sepia, hangs above diners at Pound & Pence, where it's one of two 10-foot murals that depict lively streets and pubs in 19th-century England. Although Pound & Pence's proprietors can't re-create the days of Dickens on all New York's streets, they do conjure an old-time vibe inside their establishment. Vintage Spirit Dark woodwork, chairs and benches with floral upholstery, and historic English memorabilia contribute to the space's refined, yet lived-in vibe. A grand staircase in the center of the space leads visitors to a level that feels more like a parlor than a pub, complete with leather wingback chairs, a fireplace, and a pool table lined with bright-purple felt. New York magazine praised the pub's ability to exude refinement without feeling stuffy, noting that Pound & Pence, "lacks most of its district?s pretense and feels downright humble." International Pub Cooking Pound & Pence's British roots are apparent throughout the menu as well. In addition to serving classic pub staples?including chicken tikka masala and shepherd's pie?the staff also ensures that the shelves remain stocked with a healthy selection of English gins, single-malt scotches, and cognacs. However, not every dish is steeped in British tradition. Items such as the cheddar-stuffed jalape?o poppers and the 10-ounce certified Angus burger topped with applewood bacon, barbecue sauce, and crispy onion strings showcase some of the menu's more contemporary American influences.
55 Liberty St.
New York,
NY
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Swing by Open Door Gastropub in New York for your next meal. Don't expect to find any low-fat fare on Open Door Gastropub's menu — you'll need to be prepared to indulge a bit. Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Open Door Gastropub won't disappoint. If you have a large group out celebrating a birthday, anniversary, or other milestone, Open Door Gastropub is a great pick for large parties with its spacious layout. Keep it casual at Open Door Gastropub — the restaurant is laid-back and patrons dress accordingly. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go. Street parking is available, or, on busy nights, a nearby lot is another option for drivers. If public transportation is preferable, ditch the car and board nearby stops at Fulton St. (2, 3), Wall St. (2, 3), and Fulton St. (A, C, J, Z). Meals at Open Door Gastropub are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but the dinner menu is the real standout.
110 John St
New York,
NY
US
Chow down on all of your pub favorites at The Bailey Pub & Brasserie in Financial District. No need to miss out on The Bailey Pub & Brasserie just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has loads of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on The Bailey Pub & Brasserie's menu. Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to The Bailey Pub & Brasserie — they'll love the menu and scene here as much as mom and dad. A private room is available for reservation at The Bailey Pub & Brasserie for those nights when you take the whole gang out to celebrate. Get online gratis thanks to The Bailey Pub & Brasserie's complimentary wifi. The dress code at The Bailey Pub & Brasserie is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you. Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up The Bailey Pub & Brasserie for their catering services. Delivery and carry out are easy options for those interested in staying home. For easy dining, The Bailey Pub & Brasserie provides convenient parking in a connecting lot. Meals at The Bailey Pub & Brasserie usually set you back about $30 per diner. Head on over to The Bailey Pub & Brasserie first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — The Bailey Pub & Brasserie is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
52 William Street
New York,
NY
US
The city of Nelson is literally a world away from the hum and hubbub of Manhattan. It sits under cerulean skies on the northern shore of New Zealand’s South Island, its residents epitomizing a laid-back attitude seen so rarely on New York’s crowded streets. As Nelson Blue's self-proclaimed "resident Kiwi," Pauli Morgan doesn’t seem to mind that he’s a bit of an anomaly. When he opened the restaurant and bar in the heart of the Financial District, he wanted to capture everything that he missed about his former home: the company, the cuisine, and the creativity. With the help of chef Eric Lind, he has done just that. New Zealand–inspired lamb skewers and grilled squid share the menu with savory beef pies from nearby Down Under Bakery. Morgan also props up his homeland’s economy by importing many of Nelson Blue’s beers and condiments directly from New Zealand. Homesick Kiwis can find solace in a pint of Moa beer or a glass filled with Wattie’s Tomato Sauce as they take in views of the Brooklyn Bridge from the bar’s patio.
235 Front Street
New York,
NY
US
At The Malt House, signature Black Angus Burger arrives fully loaded with applewood bacon, roasted cherry tomatoes, pickled red onion and queso sauce, alongside fried-chicken sandwiches, tempura pickles, and stuffed french toast. In addition to a full bar?which serves up drinks such as the Maltmosa, a blend of wheat beer, orange juice, and champagne?draughts have included craft beers from breweries such as Sierra Nevada and Ommegang. Patrons can find seating at a long bar lit by dangling bulbs, at high-topped tables angled at a sports-displaying television, or on a sidewalk patio.
206 Thompson St
New York,
NY
US
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