You know those warm fuzzies you get when you walk into a seemingly ancient but supercozy tavern? That ain"t Hudson Yards. Instead of warm fuzzies, you get a somewhat sterile, brightly lit, spaciously arranged room decorated with a jukebox, framed concert posters, ceiling fan--and surprisingly good pub fare. A giant Cobb salad arrived at the table with wonderfully fresh ingredients (lettuce, avocado, onions, tomatoes and cheese), surperbly cooked bacon and still-warm slices of chicken. The shrimp entrée came with a healthy portion of charred crustaceans and vegetables. And the folks in the kitchen wisely left the sirloin steak alone: No pats of butter, no special sauces. Just slightly peppery, tender steak. Even better, the prices range from acceptable ($20 for the steak) to pretty darn good ($7 burgers and $5 beers). Given its proximity to the Javits Center, the crowd will likely remain an unpredictable mix of conventioneers and locals--some tuning into the game on the TV above the bar. On this stretch of Tenth Avenue, it"s just what the doctor ordered.