The Flying Puck Bar & Grill
New York, NY 10001
Village Voice's Description
The Flying Puck is a New York Rangers shrine. Stained-glass murals looming above depict the team's 1994 Stanley Cup victory in one scene and a deified Henrik Lundqvist in another. And of course, even when the Rangers themselves aren't competing, there's always a hockey game playing on one of the bar's seven massive TVs. Beer choice is standard game-day fare--Bass, Guinness, and Bud--but the room is surprisingly regal with deep mahogany fixtures, carved columns, paneled ceilings, and ornate Old World tiles. All amenities befitting of #11, a Ranger fan's messiah. You'll find a painted portrait of him in here, too.
Tips from foursquare
Great bar staff. My glass was never empty for more than 30 seconds, and they remember names and faces. New favorite bar in NYC.
Dave the bartender is very friendly. Enjoy
Bobby and Dave are the VERY BEST!
Hands down best place in the city for a Rangers game
Ruben rolls= amazing yummy delicious!!!!