My wife and I went to Jim Bradys for dinner and it was delicious the food was very fresh and the restaurant was very clean. The waitress there did a great job she was on the ball so if you're ever near Wall Street and...More
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Stopped into Jim Brady's for a hot bowl of soup after doing some sightseeing. I ordered French Onion. It was covered in cheese lots of onions and wonderful flavor! Great Irish pub wish we could have spent more time there. Waiter was very pleasant.
The semicircular booths are very comfortable, the Irish waitress very friendly, and the food is decent at average prices. We had several of the daily specials, including a nice potato soup, fried cod, and scallops. Easy to find, on Maiden Lane near the Louise Nevelson...More
Great food, fantastic staff, luckily found the bar on our first night, went back every day for at least a drink and a catch up with the staff ,, who made you feel like family !!! Can not recommend highly enough . xx thank you...More
Popped in here for a few drinks whilst walking around the area, it was fairly quiet and to our surprise English football was playing so the boys were happy! We were well catered for with friendly bar staff. Some of us has food and was...More
Be careful! The bartender charged us twice for what we had. Trying to talk to him to correct the check made him take our last ordered beers, from which we havent had a zip. Then he blamed it on our English and asked us to...More
We happened upon this bar / restaurant while on the way to a meeting near Wall Street and happened to speak to the manager or owner, Paul, as he stood in the doorway. We chatted a bit since he asked us what we thought of...More
We were footsore and hungry after walking downtown from Chelsea. Jim Brady's seemed like a likely spot. The service was prompt and friendly, the food certainly OK. Like many traditional New York restaurants, the portions were generous. I had the salmon Thai salad - the...More
Had an Irish server from Dublin which was cool. This is in the Financial District and a place for locals as well as tourists from what we learned. Beer was good. They have happy hour. Also had excellent cheesecake and ice cream.