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This bar was near our hotel and we found it by chance. It is a small, traditional New York bar with a nice atmosphere. After an hour sitting at the bar we felt like locals. The Scottish barman and other customers were friendly, and we...More
No surprises here, about 8 seats at the bar and 25 total. The Irish is thick and the Guinness is cold. Nice pub to sit and chill. Reminds me of some of the pubs across the Grattan Bridge in Dublin.
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