The Bars of Murray Hill

Murray Hill is a neighborhood on the east side of midtown Manhattan named for 18th century residents Robert and Mary Murray. In 1999, Manhattan Community Board 6 defined Murray Hill as the part of Manhattan east of Madison Ave. between 34th and 40th St.  For this page, we will include venues east of Fifth Ave. between 34th & 42nd St. Points of interest include the Morgan Library & Museum, Scandinavia House, and Grand Central Station. In our continuous efforts to “connect the fun to the fun people”, we present our MurphGuide Directory of the top bars in Murray Hill:

Murray Hill Bars:

Mad Dog & BeansSponsoring venue: Mad Dog & Beans
Midtown location of the popular Stone Street Mexican bar & restaurant

Mad Dog & Beans
5 E. 38th St. (between Fifth & Madison Ave.)
New York, NY
(646) 998-5722


The Bars of Murray Hill:

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web-chain-link-iconAlbert’s Bar: 140 E. 41st St. (between Lexington & Park Ave.) (212) 597-9345
Upscale cocktail bar with a retro 1950s vibe

web-chain-link-iconAnnie Moore’s: 22 E. 41st St. (between Fifth & Madison Ave.) (212) 986-7826
upscale Irish bar & restaurant near the New York Public Library, featuring a rooftop patio
web-chain-link-iconBenjamin Steakhouse: 52 E. 41st St. (between Fifth & Madison Ave.) (212) 297-9177
web-chain-link-iconBenjamin Prime: 23 E. 40th St. (between Madison & Park Ave.) (212) 338-0818
A pair of elegant steakhouse from the Benjamin restaurant group
web-chain-link-icon Black Sheep: 583 Third Ave. (between 38th & 39th St.) (212) 599-3476
Friendly Irish pub & restaurant owned by ultra-marathoner Tom McGrath
web-chain-link-iconBookmarks: 299 Madison Ave. (40th St.) (212) 204-5498
literary inspired garden lounge and terrace on the 14th floor rooftop at The Library Hotel
web-chain-link-icon Bravest Saloon: 700 Second Ave. (38th St.) (212) 683-3766
Sports bar & saloon paying tribute to firefighters
web-chain-link-icon Bubo: 515 Third Ave. (between 34th & 35th St.) (212) 532-3300
Cocktail bar & restaurant serving artisanal cocktails and craft beer
web-chain-link-iconDock’s Oyster Bar: 633 Third Ave. (40th St.) (212) 986-8080
upscale seafood restaurant with an extensive raw bar
web-chain-link-icon El Parador Café: 325 E. 34th St. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 679-6812
the oldest Mexican restaurant in NYC
web-chain-link-icon El Rio Grande: 160 E. 38th St. (Third Ave.) (212) 867-0922
Lively Tex-Mex bar & restaurant known for their margaritas. Texas on the north side (38th St.), Mexico on the south side (37th St.)
web-chain-link-icon 5th & Mad: 7 E. 36th St. (between Madison & Fifth Ave.) (212) 725-2353
bi-level gastropub & lounge
web-chain-link-iconThe Flatiron Room: 9 E. 37th St. (between Fifth & Madison Ave.) (212) 725-3866
Whiskey bar featuring fine food, rare spirits, and live jazz nightly
web-chain-link-iconFreehold Rooftop: 145 E. 39th St. (between Lexington & Third Ave.)
seasonal rooftop bar with 360º views of Manhattan’s skyline on the 17th floor at the Pod 39 Hotel
web-chain-link-iconHole in the Wall: 626 First Ave. (35th St.) (646) 858-0401
restaurant & cocktail bar at the base of the American Coppers Building
web-chain-link-icon Japas 38: 9 E. 38th St. (between 5th & Madison Ave.) (212) 679-4040
Karaoke lounge serving Japanese cuisine and featuring private karaoke rooms.
web-chain-link-icon The Junction: 329 Lexington Ave. (between 38th & 39th St.) (212) 682-7700
Sports bar & neighborhood pub
web-chain-link-iconLa Brochette: 340 Lexington Ave. (between 39th & 40th St.) (212) 972-2200
kosher steakhouse featuring French fare cuisine
The Long Hall NYC
web-chain-link-icon The Long Hall: 58 E. 34th St. (between Lexington & Park Ave.) (646) 455-0777
The Long Hall Pub & Grocery is a traditional Irish pub that provides an authentic Irish experience.
Mad Dog & Beans Mexican Cantina
web-chain-link-iconMad Dog & Beans: 5 E. 38th St. (between Fifth & Madison Ave.) New York, NY (646) 998-5722
Midtown location of the popular Stone Street Mexican bar & restaurant
web-chain-link-iconMadison & Vine: 299 Madison Ave. (40th St.) (212) 867-5535
American bistro and international wine bar located in NYC’s Library Hotel.
web-chain-link-iconMomosan: 342 Lexington Ave. (between 39th & 40th St.) (646) 201-5529
Authentic Japanese restaurant & sake bar specializing in ramen noodles
web-chain-link-icon Mulligan’s Pub: 267 Madison Ave. (between 39th & 40th St.) (212) 286-0207
traditional Irish pub
web-chain-link-icon Park Avenue Tavern: 99 Park Ave. (39th St.) (212) 867-4484
Elegant American bar and restaurant
web-chain-link-iconPershing Square: 90 E. 42nd St. (Pershing Square, Park Ave.) (212) 286-9600
restaurant, bistro and cocktail bar across from Grand Central Station under the Park Avenue viaduct, featuring outdoor seating in Pershing Square
Peter Dillon’s: 130 E. 40th St. (between Lexington & Third Ave.) (212) 213-3998
Peter Dillon’s: 4 E. 36th St. (between 5th & Madison Ave.) (212) 300-4091
A pair Irish pubs and sports bars
web-chain-link-iconRaines Law Room: 24 E. 39th St. (between Madison Ave. & Park Ave.)
subterranean speakeasy located through The Shakespeare Pub at the William Hotel.
web-chain-link-iconSlattery's Midtown PubSlattery’s Midtown Pub: 8 E. 36th St. (between Madison & Fifth Ave.) (212) 683-6444
Two-level Irish pub and sports bar
web-chain-link-iconStout Grand Central: 60 E. 41st St. (between Madison & Park Ave.) (212) 922-9009
East side location of the Stout group of bars, a block south of Grand Central Terminal
web-chain-link-icon Ted’s Corner Tavern: 523 Third Ave. (35th St.) (212) 689-2676
Corner tavern “where everybody knows your name. As long as it’s Ted” featuring 30 tapped craft beers and a specialty Mediterranean tasting menu
web-chain-link-iconTudor City Tavern: 304 E. 42nd St. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 986-8800
hotel bar at Westgate New York Grand Central Hotel
web-chain-link-icon V{IV}: 138 E. 34th St. (between Lexington & Third Ave.) (212) 213-3317
Thai restaurant & bar
web-chain-link-iconWokuni: 327 Lexington Ave. (between 38th & 39th St.) (212) 447-1212
Japanese sushi bar & restaurant. “Sea to Table, Japan to New York”

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