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24th April
2014
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44th St. btw 8th and 9th Ave.

Used to be the Irish Rogue, but they’ve opened the space a little (and construction still looks ongoing) so it’s a little more room to breathe in here.  Still the same good amount of sports available, good amount of space to sit, service is friendly.  Average and above average beers on tap, average prices, taste fine.

www.quinnsnyc.com

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4th January
2013
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2nd Ave. and 4th St.

So I popped in here right after work and there was literally no one in here except for the bartender and what must have been a person interviewing for work.  To make sure it wasn’t a fluke, I went by on a weekend night and saw about a dozen or so people, but nothing classified as raucous.  The place can hold maybe 20 people, and it’s a cross between an authentic pub and my grandmother’s living room, so if you’re into cozy and quiet, here’s your place!  I guess I’m always on the hunt for an authentic pub, but I want more of a London pub rather that a country pub.  Average beers at cheap prices, taste fine.

www.queenvicnyc.com/index.html

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25th August
2010
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1st Ave and 18th St.

For people who authentically live in Stuy Town/Peter Cooper (you know who, you are older crowd you) this is your local bar.  It’s a small bar space, but you never feel claustrophobic in this friendly/Cheers-ish place.  Walked in on a Friday afternoon with a friend, sat at the bar, quietly watched TV as the early bird crowd strolled in, had some good pints at average prices…pretty nice spot on the whole.

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