Get over to the Whitehorse Tavern and try a burger with cajun curly fries! It's a perfect place to meet friends after work!! A NYC mainstay!
This is THE iconic American bar in New York City. We think you’ll enjoy stopping in for a drink.
Come and relax with a beer and a whiskey in this old haunt of Dylan Thomas and Jack Kerouac…you might see Dylan Thomas’ ghost!
Stop in for a drink at this watering hole where many great literarary minds, including Dylan Thomas & Jack Kerouac, have patronized.
Apparently this is the second oldest bar in New York, and Dylan Thomas died here. You know you want to go.
HauntedNYC: Dylan Thomas died here after taking 18 shots of whiskey at his favorite table. Now, as legend has it, his ghost rotates the table.
Best glory hole in the city
Guinness on draft. Def.come w/friends and sit on multi-wooded tables, bar, seats. Enjoy writerly memorabilia, 3 rms, megawindows & a couple dozen sidewalk tables. Come early, hog table.
Nice outsidey bit for summer
Even the bathrooms are rude.
Most awkward bathroom ever.
This was a famous spot for Bohemian period artists, writers, and musicians in the 50s and 60s.
try the bud light. I meet my boyfriend here...hes cute
Rudest people ever
The most passive aggressive bar I've been to in NYC.
Great bar - great beer - great juke box... Hopefully you won't get table service from Taylor... Horrendously miserable individual...
Made famous as the alleged spot where Dylan Thomas drank himself to death, this spacious pub near the river was also frequented by Kerouac and Mailer. Stop by for the jukebox and the burgers.
A simply cool casual bar with good sidewalk seating. Cash only, but ATM on site
The best grilled cheese and fries, ask for well-done fries, oh don't forget the pint of beer.
Doesnt take credit cards and guys have cute pick up lines
Service is pretty nonexistent
Classic bar. Sometimes I hate it, but mostly I love it. Avoid on weekends.
It's most noteworthy drinker remains Dylan Thomas. The Welsh poet slammed his last whiskey here—allegedly his 18th of the night—before passing away a few days later.
"Where Dylan Thomas drank right before he died...also patronized by another Dylan (the one named Bob)...Anais Nin, Norman Mailer, Hunter S. Thompson and Jack Kerouac." (via @ShelfAwareness)
Take a trip back in time when you visit this famous landmark where some of the great literary minds ate and drank! Make sure to get a photo of the cool sign!
50 yrs ago my uncle was an 18yo cab driver in the city and this was his favorite bar
Make sure you sit at all times. The bouncers and wait staff will make it clear that you must sit. Also, it's cash only.
Nice outdoor spot... service is a little short tempered
Terrible, slow service
The male host who organizes the outdoor seating is awful and mean. I may never go back.
First stop on the literary pub crawl, every Saturday at 2pm.
Surprisingly good Bratwurst, or I was lucky :)
Abandon all hope, ye who enter here
Bring cash, one of very few restaurants in city that doesn't take credit card.
Nice place, great bartender. Place where Kerouac, Bob Dylan and Jim Morisson used to hang out.
To much ice in a coca cola
Simply put, don't go here. Waitress wouldn't seat us at a two-top, but hey another couple? No problem...old dude behind the bar was a grumpy old hag about the whole thing. Good riddance.
Chill place, but service is super obnoxious.
Aggro security dude made me never wanna go back.
Solid drinks, solid atmosphere - especially for a chill drink in true NY pub style
Sit outside, after sundown, and order a frosty mug of beer...you'll thank me later!
Grab a beer sit outside and then go inside to get some cash bc it's cash only! :P