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Step out of New York City and into an old train station at this upscale Irish pub, where the walls and ceiling are decorated with railway antiques and the space is laid out like a dining car. Nestled in the Fitzpatrick Hotel, this watering hole is a favorite with the local business crowd for lunch and after-work drinks, especially for the outside seating, open year-round. The menu goes beyond typical bar food, but doesn't leave out the basics (burgers, shepherd's pie), and it's all sure to satiate your taste buds.