Only three stops from midtown, this diamond in the rough dates back to the immigrant New York of the 1880s. Recently, the putrid smell of the agesathat was revealed by the smoking banalifted, leaving just the cozy, dark habitat of mirrors and rich wooden booths. Cronin offers all of the Irish charm with none of the new Manhattan attitude and prices. A pint of Guinness sets you back four bucks, while Jamesonas on the rocks is a mere three and a half!
Welcome to Drinks, Dinner, and Dessert, in which we share three picks in one neighborhood, keeping an eye out for deals, off-the-menu items, and new stuff to check out. This week, get off the M trai... More »