Amazing Cobb salad. Great brunch deals
They're very proud here that they survived prohibition
The eggs Benedict and French toast are a delight here. Also, $11.95 for a brunch entrée plus coffee or tea is a great deal!
Fairly crowded and mildly pretentious staff. But it's busy almost any night of the week.
Amazing burgers. Great beer. Go for lunch.
Great atmosphere solid beer selection, excellent hamburgers and fries
A New York classic and all around great neighborhood spot. The Gramercy burger is particularly good (and all burgers are cooked to perfection).
Even when packed, the bartenders proactively ask you if you want another.
Nothing else but old things.
Brunch is great value
Very crowed. They have awesome egg nog with brandy. Also looks like a really cool place for group dinner.
Really cool spot with a great history.
Oldest tavern in Manhattan, good for drinks but skip the food, overpriced and nothing special.
The quality of the food is disappointing. Pastrami sandwich is ok and good meatballs. Great Bloody Mary. Go for the atmosphere, not the food.
Bar muito tradicional de NY! Não deixe de conferir as fotos de celebridades na parede enquanto desfruta uma cerveja no balcão.
A classic that never gets old. Great for a group, a game or a date. A+ for ambience, brews and bar food.
My favorite watering hole in the Gramercy Park Area.
Can't beat the ambience. Thrilled it is still around. Will be a go to in my new nabe. However, it kills me that the food is as bad as it is. Make a run for a top 10 burger...the place screams for it.
Monday night pasta special - pasta, salad, and wine for only $12.95!
Garrett is a dick
Food is rather bland for the prices but cute outdoor seating in a great location.
This place is just fantastic. Excellent beers, great clientele and just a great New York vibe off the place. Pete ale is a great beer!
45 yrs in NYC; 1st time @ Pete's. But not the last.
Great St. Patty"s decorations are up
Stick to the beer. Do NOT eat here. The prices are ridiculous and the quality is too :/
Great meat balls!
Very good, classic, New York place. Excellent wait staff. It's such a non-pretentious hidden gem in union square. The food is phenomenal. Try the hot wings,duck, fried mozzarella & bacon cheeseburger
Don't tell them to hold the lettuce and tomato on your sandwich. They will charge you $1 for each item you don't want on your sandwich.
Great for celebrity spotting
Skip the rowdy business crowd and get a table in the back. The lasagna is amazing and enough for leftovers too :)
Lasagna is delicious!!!
Cualquier lugar es bueno para disfrutar de una excelente pasta (lasagna), hamburguesas y costillas están buenísimas, ambiente muy bueno para disfrutar de una cerveza en la barra.
Not surprisingly, not only is Pete's one of the oldest bars in America, it has the notoriety for the highest number of alleged "bar babies" from adventurous to-be parents.
Don't order a salad, you'll regret it.
This is a mixed sports bar, you can watch game, enjoy food, and have a sip of nice wine
Monday night steak special: Rib eye & roast potatoes $14
Great service + beet goat cheese salad!
Культовое место для поклонников О.Генри (рассказ "Дары волхвов" написан им здесь). Можно заказать блюда из меню 1864 г. Класс!!!
Food was okay, place itself was cool and the waiter was super nice! Booths were small and I kept getting hit as people walked by. Good St Patricks Day place though
Stop in the bar on Sunday afternoons to see Devin. Great and hilarious bartender!
Corner booth in the sun on a cold winter day. Awesome
O. Henry drank here...
Veal Meatball Hero!!
Good food and drinks and a juke box which makes a change
O Henry was a regular at this Union Sq drinking hole. It opened in 1864, though drinking likely happened in the location before that, becoming Healy's in 1899 & Pete's Tavern later on. - From Eater NY
Nice place. Nice old fashioned wood bar, lots of shenanigans on the walls etc. didn't try the food but the beer selection is wide but no depth.
O. Henry was a regular at this bar and lived down the street at 55 Irving Place between 1903 to 1907. At the time, Pete's Tavern was called Healy's. O. Henry mentions the bar in "The Lost Blend."
The crab-stuffed mushrooms are sooo good!