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McSorley's Old Ale House


This legendary East Village dive is old-school—more than 150 years old, to be exact. Purportedly the City’s oldest Irish tavern, McSorley’s has found itself a place in pop-culture history—the legendary pub has served suds to luminaries including Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and Woody Guthrie. The memorabilia on the bar’s walls includes a pair of handcuffs that belonged to Houdini—feel free to admire them as you sip from a selection of the bar’s draft beers.

15 E. 7th St.
Manhattan, NY 10003
  (212) 474-9148
  Hours: Mon.–Sat., 11am–1am; Sun., 1pm–1am

Breweries & Beer Gardens
Payment Types
Cash Only


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