New York, NY 10016
Village Voice's Description
The city's Irish bars come in several forms: the historic landmark from the mid-1800s, the tchotchke-laden tourist trap, the homage to the motherland, the flat-screen-filled sports bar. Patrick Kavanagh's falls into the last category, and it's a rowdy one at that. The work of legendary Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh isn't necessarily on the mind of the patrons here--a mix of the after-work crew and bridge-and-tunnel crowd--but rugby and Guinness are, and that's certainly Irish enough.
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6 Nations Rugby Championship matches are shown here. Follow BBC AMERICA and check in to earn the "BBC AMERICA Rugby" badge. Kitchen is open for brunch.
Fantastic place for restrained afternoon conversation, perfect pints and European sport...what more could one want?
Great place to watch fooball
Irish Pub. Nothing special. Decent bar food. Good place to pregame. If you order any mixed drink, expect for it to be 3/4 liquor. Win!
great place to watch setanta sports (rugby, soccer, cricket...)
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