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This spacious bar, located two blocks from the Empire State Building, is a vibrant place to hang out and unwind, ideal for large parties, events and celebrations. Patrons here can play pool, darts and rings in the bar's Jameson Room, or watch a game on any one of several high-definition TVs. The venue offers a wide selection of craft beers, and during happy hour (3–7pm) all beers, wine and house cocktails are $4. The kitchen menu includes a three-cheese mac 'n' cheese, a traditional Irish beef stew and the Galway Burger—a rich variation on the theme featuring Irish bacon, aged cheddar cheese and a fried egg. The $10 lunch special allows diners to choose a drink, appetizer and main course. Late-night programming includes resident DJs and live entertainment.