As always during my trips to Manhattan I spent some time at Murphy's Pub on Stone St. A couple of Guinness's and fish and chips and great conversation with Eamon the bartender.
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Popped in two nights in a row. First time alone. Second time with coworkers. Brian was amazing. The Guinness was absolutely fresh and perfectly poured, and the prices made me happy. Could not have asked for a better spot to unwind, thanks Brian for taking...More
Went looking for a nice lunch with a hanker'n for pastrami and noticed it was on the menu outside, and pricing was reasonable. Our Server's name was "Jess", who turned out to be a gem. She was funny and attentive to our every need. The...More
Popped in for a quick drink after a day's sightseeing which coincided with Happy hour. $5 and $6 for draft and bottles and more sport on the TVs than you could hope for.
Located next to the Doubletree on Stone St in lower Manhattan - in the financial district and near Battery Park. A great place to have a pint or two and pub grub. Tends to bit a bit loud and congested at the end of the...More
This Iittle pub has a great menu choice and the prices are decent for New York Manhattan area. A plus is happy hour even on the weekends!
We had spent the day walking all over New York and we were ready for a nice quiet meal close to our hotel. We found Murphys just around the corner at 52 and Second Ave. It was happy hour so the drinks were reduced. we...More
So I'm a visitor and not from NYC. Murphy's is a nice little pub with basic pub food. Ours was good. It was definately not fancy, but pleasant. Good choice for a quick stop. Staff was friendly. The place isn't perfect, but it looked clean...More