We each got a chicken panini. It was fine, but could have had more flavor. The prices are great and considering that, it is a 4-star place.
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We were in the theatre district for a play with an early start time and wanted a place for a quick, casual dinner. We decided on Connolly's since we had been there several times before and it was only a short walk to the theatre....More
First night in NYC and the sign was a beacon! The menu has something for everyone from wraps to the traditional Irish bangers and mash. The beer is cold and the service friendly with some authentic Irish accents in the mix.
Right next door to my hotel, this is a great Irish pub with bartenders and servers from Ireland. Sort of a Cheers with an Irish accent, friendly and reasonable. Good appetizers too. Recommend this one.
Had a sandwich and salad for lunch. Nothing to rave about, but good food for a reasonable price. The service was downright excellent and unlike many NYC restaurants, we didn't feel rushed. Staff very friendly. A nice place to escape from the July crowds and...More
Off the beaten path is this quaint Irish pub with a wonderful burger. Pricey for what you get, but quiet and calm after a long day of traveling. Recommended to us by a salesman at a nearby Orvis clothing store. Nicely surprised. Reminded me of...More
Initially we decided to stay away from Irish bars, having visited a fair few in the UK and Ireland. But what with it being a stone's throw away from our hotel and with our feet aching we decided to give it a try. The bar...More
What a lovely little pub. Just a few steps from the Warwick Hotel. Best place to top off a great day in the City. The bartender is a fine lad, and will make your visit even more enjoyable. Best hard cider on tap in town....More
I have eaten lunch and dinner four times at Connolly's in the last four months. The Cobb Salad is excellent and the Lamb Burger was very good. A seat upstairs by the window is a bonus. Service is very good. Enjoy!