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Gastropubs in NYC

Gastropubs in NYCGastropubs are a hybrid of a restaurant and a pub (gastronomy + pub). They can be a bar that serves better than pub grub food, or a restaurant that also has a decent bar scene. In our continuous efforts to “connect the fun to the fun people”, we present our list of the best gastropubs in New York:

MurphGuide Directory of the Top Gastropubs in NYC:



Financial District/Lower Manhattan:

web-chain-link-iconThe Ainsworth121 Fulton St. (between Nassau & Dutch) (646) 545-6647
Financial District location of the upscale sports lounge chain.
web-chain-link-iconBarleycorn: 23 Park Place (between Broadway & Church St.) (212) 933-0039
American gastropub boasting 72 beers on draft, and 100 bottled varieties
web-chain-link-iconThe Black Hound: 301 South End Ave. (Albany St.) (212) 945-0562
contemporary speakeasy style cocktail lounge offering elevated bar bites, local brews & specialty cocktails
web-chain-link-iconThe Malt House: 9 Maiden Lane (between Broadway & Nassau St.) (646) 682-7577
Tavern serving craft beer & cocktail and locally sourced American style dishes.
web-chain-link-iconOpen Door: 110 John St. (between Pearl & Cliff St.) (212) 608-0200
Upscale gastropub offering updated versions of all of your favorites from chef Ivan Hernandez.

Lower East Side:

web-chain-link-iconHill & Dale: 115 Allen St. (Delancey St.) (212) 420-1115
Cocktail lounge & gastropub for booze lovers & audiophiles.
web-chain-link-iconMs. Yoo: 163 Allen St. (between Stanton & Rivington St.) (917) 261-2490
Contemporary American Korean gastropub
web-chain-link-iconRochelle’s (aka Leave Rochelle Out of It): 205 Chrystie St. (19 Stanton St.) (212) 673-2400
Upscale American gastropub
web-chain-link-iconSet L.E.S.: 127 Ludlow St. (between Rivington & Delancy St.) (212) 982-8225
New American, Asian fusion and barbeque gastropub


web-chain-link-iconThe Brooklyneer: 220 W. Houston St. (between 6th Ave. & Varick St.) (646) 692-4911
Brooklyn-themed gastropub featuring some of the best of the borough’s local producers into their menu of local fare, cocktails, & taps.


web-chain-link-iconAOA Bar & Grill: 35 Avenue of Americas (Lispenard St.) (212) 925-1600
Sports gastropub serving American/ Euro pub fare, and featuring over 75 selections of beer, and a wood fire burning pizza oven.
web-chain-link-iconDistilled: 211 W. Broadway (between Franklin & White St.) (212) 601-9514
New American Public House serving redefined regional dishes and cocktails in a communal setting
web-chain-link-iconHideaway:185 Duane St. (between Hudson & Greenwich) (212) 334-5775
rock & roll gastropub featuring craft beer and cocktails

Greenwich Village:

web-chain-link-iconBar Sardine: 183 W. 10th St. (W. 4th St.) (646) 360-3705
Small, easygoing West Village neighborhood gastropub
web-chain-link-iconBlue Haven: 108 W. Houston St. (Thompson St.) (212) 505-3400
upscale sports bar and craft brew pub, offering modern gastropub fare
web-chain-link-iconCarroll PlaceCarroll Place: 157 Bleecker St. (between Thompson & Sullivan St.) (212) 260-1700
Italian American wine bar and gastropub
web-chain-link-iconChumley’s: 86 Bedford St. (between Grove & Barrow St.) (212) 675-4449
Historic speakeasy re-opened as an upscale restaurant
web-chain-link-iconThe Crooked Knife: 232 W. 14th St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.) (212) 929-4534
Homey Irish gastropub with a dining room and year-round garden patio
web-chain-link-iconDaddy-O’s: 44 Bedford St. (between Leroy St. & Carmine St.) (212) 414-8884
Neighborhood bar & gastropub serving specialty cocktails, craft beer, rare spirits & casual American fare
web-chain-link-iconDue West: 189 W. 10th St. (between W. 4th & Bleeker St.) (646) 687-4609
Gastropub & cocktail bar in the West Village. “Not your average gastropub”
web-chain-link-iconThe Folly: 92 W. Houston St. (between Thompson St. & LaGuardia Pl.) (646) 726-4740
Gastropub with nautical touches, offering a seafood-focused menu & craft cocktails
web-chain-link-iconHighlands: 150 W. 10th St. (between Waverly Pl. & Greenwich Ave.) (212) 229-2670
Suthentic award winning contemporary Scottish gastro pub
web-chain-link-iconHudson Hound: 575 Hudson St. (between 11th & Bank St.) (212) 796-6213
Modern Irish gastropub
web-chain-link-iconJo Jo’s Philosophy: 169 Bleecker St. (Sullivan St.) (646) 669-7330
Bar & grill on the Bleecker St. strip featuring craft beers, scotches, specialty cocktails
web-chain-link-iconThe Malt House: 206 Thompson St. (Bleecker St.) (212) 228-7713
American Tavern pairing locally sourced cuisine with craft beer & cocktails
web-chain-link-iconThe Spaniard: 190 W. 4th St. (corner of Barrow, between 6th & 7th Ave. South) (212) 918-1986
West Village gastropub from the owners gastropubs Bua & Wilfie & Nell
web-chain-link-iconThe Spotted Pig: 314 W. 11th St. (Greenwich St.) (212) 620-0393
Once a leader in the gastropub scene in NYC
web-chain-link-iconSweetwater Social: 643 Broadway (Bleecker St.) (212) 253-7467
Underground cocktail bar below Bleecker Kitchen & Co.
web-chain-link-iconWilfie & Nell: 228 W. 4th St. (between 7th Ave. S & W. 10th St.) (212) 242-2990
Gastropub serving locally sourced cuisine

East Village:

linkBar Virage: 117 Second Ave. (7th St.) (212) 253-0425
Gastropub serving contemporary Israeli cuisine and original craft cocktails.


web-chain-link-iconBoulton & Watt: 5 Avenue A (E. Houston St.) (646) 674-6004
Classic American and English comfort food and a late night menu.
web-chain-link-iconThe Copper Still: 151 Second Ave. (between 9th & 10th St.) (212) 510-8469
Irish pub & whiskey library.
web-chain-link-iconDBGB Kitchen and Bar: 299 Bowery (between Houston & E. 1st St.) (212) 933-5300
Daniel Boulud’s French-American brasserie serving gourmet burgers, housemade sausages & Lyonnaise fare, plus 22 beers on draft
web-chain-link-iconLion’s Beer Store: 104 Second Ave. (6th St.) (212) 475-0595
Bar, restaurant, beer consultancy, and retail store under one roof.
web-chain-link-iconSaxon & Parole: 316 Bowery (Bleecker St.) (212) 254-0350
Equestrian-chic restaurant featuring ‘grilled meats & aquatic delights’ by Michelin-starred Chef Brad Farmerie.
web-chain-link-iconThe Winslow: 243 E. 14th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 777-7717
U.K.-inspired eatery and modern gin joint featuring beverage program designed by world-class bartender Dominic Venegas.
web-chain-link-iconThe Wren: 344 Bowery (Great Jones St.) (212) 388-0148
Gastropub serving pub grub, cocktails, and craft beers.

East 20s:

web-chain-link-icon John Doe’s: 253 Fifth Ave. (between 28th & 29th St.) (646) 882-4007
Craft beer bar & kitchen.

Handcraft Kitchen & Cocktails
367 Third Ave. (between 26th & 27th St.)
New York, NY.
(212) 689-3000

Specializing in craft beer and small batch spirits and serving an eclectic menu of familiar New American comfort food

web-chain-link-icon Tavern 29: 47 E. 29th St. (Park Ave.) (212) 685-4422
19th century townhouse converted to a three story bar & restaurant including a rooftop beer garden.

East 30s:

web-chain-link-icon The Crooked Knife: 29 E. 30th St. (between Park & Madison Ave.) (212) 696-2593
Irish gastropub named for the translation of the Dutch version of Gramercy.
web-chain-link-iconThe Flying Cock: 497 Third Ave. (between 33rd & 34th St.) (212) 689-6900
Quality food, craft beer and cocktails.

Chelsea & West 20s:

web-chain-link-iconThe Ainsworth: 122 W. 26th St. (between 6th & 7th Ave.) (212) 741-0646
Upscale sports bar serving fusion of classical American fare w/exotic ingredients.
web-chain-link-iconDeath Ave.: 315 Tenth Ave. (28th St.) (212) 695-8080
Brewpub with Hellenic inspired menu
web-chain-link-iconFlatiron Hall: 38 W. 26th St. (between 5th & 6th Ave.) (646) 790-3200
Restaurant and beer hall inspired by the Student Art League of New York
web-chain-link-iconHaymaker: 252 W. 29th St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.) (646) 429-8237
Bar & kitchen designed in the spirit of a haymaker’s farmhouse, serving craft beers
web-chain-link-iconThe Tippler: 425 W. 15th St. (between 9th & 10th Ave.) (212) 206-0000
Classic NY cocktail destination in the cellar space below the Chelsea Market.

West 30s:

web-chain-link-iconDewey’s Pub: 135 W. 30th St. (between 6th & 7th Ave.) (212) 685-7781
Sports bar & grill with outdoor seating area at the Courtyard by Marriott
web-chain-link-iconDistrict Tap House: 246 W. 38th St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.) (212) 221-1822
Craft beer bar & restaurant with menu by chef Harrison Mosher

web-chain-link-iconGastro Bar: 345 W. 35th St. (between 8th & 9th Ave.) (646) 200-8857
tapas bar & restaurant in the Tryp Hotel featuring Indian cuisine, American favorites and Spanish tapas
web-chain-link-icon Houndstooth
520 Eighth Ave. (37th St.) (212) 643-0034
British-style gastropub & restaurant in the Garment District
web-chain-link-iconMadison Square Tavern: 150 W. 30th St. (between 6th & 7th Ave.) (212) 685-7781
Tri-level restaurant, bar, and event space serving upscale American cuisine, including a second, gluten-free kitchen.

East 40s:

web-chain-link-iconFoxy John’s: 143 E. 47th St. (between Lexington & Third Ave.) (646) 838-5534
Sports pub serving steaks, burgers, seafood and craft cocktails.

Theater District /West 40s & 50s:

web-chain-link-iconThe Long Room: 120 W. 44th St. (between 6th & 7th Ave.) (212) 997-3933
Irish gastropub with 34 beers on draft.
web-chain-link-iconRosie O’Grady’s: 800 Seventh Ave. (52nd St.) (212) 582-2975
Steak & seafood restaurant and Irish pub in the Theater District

Hell’s Kitchen:

web-chain-link-iconAs Is: 734 Tenth Ave. (50th St.) (646) 858-1153
Bar & beer garden serving craft beer along with draft cocktails, wine, and quality bar food
web-chain-link-iconBar Bacon: 836 Ninth Ave. (between 54th & 55th St.) (646) 362-0622
Bar & restaurant paying homage to the popular cured pork product: bacon

web-chain-link-iconThe Brazen Tavern: 356 W. 44th St. (between 8th & 9th Ave.) (212) 445-0131
An homage to classic and beautiful historic inns and taverns of America.
web-chain-link-iconThe Distillery: 785 9th Ave. (Between 52nd & 53rd St.) (212) 767-0077
Prohibition-style cocktail bar and gastropub
web-chain-link-iconIron Bar: 713 Eighth Ave. (45th St.) (212) 961-7507
Gastro bar, restaurant & lounge featuring 45 draft beers on tap.

Upper East Side:

web-chain-link-iconThe Bar Room: 117 E. 60th St. (between Lexington & Park Ave.) (212) 561-5523
American bar & restaurant serving craft beers and cocktails and featuring a 35 foot mahogany bar carved in the 19th century
web-chain-link-iconThe Daisy: 1641 Second Ave. (85th St.) (646) 964-5756
Agave gastropub that featuring cocktails and seasonal Mexican-American fare
web-chain-link-iconThe District 1679 Third Ave. (94th St.) (212) 289-2005
Neighborhood bar & restaurant featuring 40 foot mahogony bar
web-chain-link-icon Jones Wood Foundry: 401 E. 76th St. (First Ave.) (212) 249-2700
English style gastropub
web-chain-link-iconThe Milton: 1754 Second Ave. (between 91st & 92nd St.) (212) 369-1900
Featuring unique hand crafted cocktails, reserved wines and American, Irish and English influenced cuisine from Executive Chef David E. Diaz
web-chain-link-iconThe Penrose: 1590 Second Ave. (between 82nd & 83rd St.) (212) 203-2751
Sophisticated neighborhood bistro serving imaginative new American plates, craft beers and cocktails

web-chain-link-icon The Spotted Dog: 1154 First Ave. (between 63rd & 64th St.) (646) 649-5331
gastropub with American, Irish and English influences

Upper West Side:

web-chain-link-iconThe Ellington: 936 Amsterdam Ave. (106th St.) (212) 222-4050
Neighborhood American gastropub


web-chain-link-iconSolomon & Kuff: 2331 Twelfth Ave. (W. 133rd St.) (212) 939-9443
Rum hall & Caribbean gastropub featuring over 100 international rums


web-chain-link-iconTryon Public House: 4740 Broadway (Thayer St.) (646) 918-7129
Neighborhood craft beer & cocktail bar serving upscale American comfort food.



web-chain-link-icon Black Swan: 1048 Bedford Ave. (between Lafayette & Clifton Pl.) (718) 783-4744
Michelin-rated English gastropub and sports bar showing soccer from around the world.


The Johnson’s: 369 Troutman St. (between Wyckoff & Irving Ave.) (718) 417-7100
Brooklyn off-shoot of the Lower East Side’s Welcome to the Johnson’s.
web-chain-link-icon The Rookery: 425 Troutman Ave. (between Wyckoff & St. Nicholas Ave.) (718) 483-8048
contemporary Brooklyn pub housed in an industrial space, with an outdoor front beer garden serving British-West Indian inspired pub food

Carroll Gardens

web-chain-link-icon Fawkner: 191 Smith St. (Warren St.) (718) 369-3310
Cozy bar serving rotating local draft beer, classic cocktails, and specialty sandwiches.

Clinton Hill

web-chain-link-icon Putnam’s Pub & Cooker: 419 Myrtle Ave. (Clinton Ave.) (347) 799-2382
Chill neighborhood bar serving modern pub fare.

Cobble Hill

web-chain-link-icon Ugly Duckling: 166 Smith St. (Wyckoff St.) (718) 451-3825
Gastropub with an upscale modern American menu.

Fort Greene

web-chain-link-icon Brooklyn Public House: 247 Dekalb St. (between Vanderbilt & Clermont) (347) 227-8976
Neighborhood bar & grill serving comfort food.


web-chain-link-icon The Brew Inn: 924 Manhattan Ave. (Kent St.) (718) 564-7155
neighborhood gastropub with 30 New York State craft beers on tap.

Park Slope

web-chain-link-iconJ’Eatjet: 685 5th Ave. (between 20th & 21st St.) (347) 227-7410

Did you eat yet? Attempting to re-invent the term “Bar food” .

South Slope

web-chain-link-icon Sea Witch Tavern: 705 Third Ave. (between 21st & 22nd St.) (347) 227-7166
Beer garden & gastropub w/ 20 beers on tap


web-chain-link-icon The Bedford: 110 Bedford Ave. (N. 11th St.) (718) 302-1002
Upscale pub cuisine and a casual neighborhood dining experience
web-chain-link-iconMasha and The Bear: 771 Grand St. (between Graham Ave. & Humboldt St.) (718) 384-5000
casual gastropub serving authentic Russian cuisine



web-chain-link-iconThe Bonnie: 29-12 23rd Ave. (between 29th & 31st St.) (718) 274-2105
Local Astoria bar and eatery, placing an emphasis on all things fresh and local.
web-chain-link-iconKatch: 31-19 Newtown Ave. (between 31st & 32nd St.) (718) 777-2230
Gastropub with 50 craft beers on tap and an outdoor beer garden
web-chain-link-icon Oliver’s: 37-19 Broadway (38th St.) (718) 806-1476
Craft beer bar & kitchen.
web-chain-link-iconPassage Irish Whiskey Bar and Kitchen: 40-11 30th Ave. (Steinway St.) (917) 832-6680
Irish whiskey bar featuring modern Irish cuisine.
web-chain-link-icon Snowdonia: 34-55 32nd St. (between 34th & 35th Ave.) (347) 730-5783
Welsh gastropub serving authentic food, craft beer and outstanding whiskey.
web-chain-link-icon Sweet Afton: 30-09 34th St. (30th Ave.) (718) 777-2570
Gastropub from the owners of Wilfie & Nell.

Forest Hills

web-chain-link-icon Austin Public: 70-28 Austin St. (70th Rd.) (718) 575-0070
Gastropub with craft beer & cocktails.
web-chain-link-icon Forest Hills Station House: 106-11 71st Ave. (Burns St.) (718) 544-5000
Serving craft beer, artisinal cocktails and gourmet food.
web-chain-link-iconQueens Bully: 113-30 Queens Blvd. (76th Rd.) (718) 520-8600
gastropub named for Queens Blvd. featuring craft beer & cocktails

Long Island City

web-chain-link-iconDutch Kills Centraal: 38-40 29th St. (39th Ave.) (718) 606-8651
Gastropub in the Dutch Kills area of L.I.C.
web-chain-link-icon The Gantry Bar & Kitchen: 47-02 Vernon Blvd. (47th Ave.) (718) 737-6309
Gastropub with a vintage 1900s vibe.


web-chain-link-icon Ridgewood Ale House: 5738 Myrtle Ave. (between Weirfield St. & Centre St.) (718) 456-4495
Sports tavern featuring a wood-fired pizza oven.


web-chain-link-iconIda’s Nearabout: 43-13 Queens Blvd. (between 43rd & 44th St.) (718) 433-1916
Neighborhood cocktail bar & kitchen
web-chain-link-icon The Skillman: 45-20 Skillman Ave. (46th St.) (718) 406 9048
Gastropub serving American fare.


web-chain-link-icon Jägerhaus Gastropub & Biergarten: 1516 149th St. (between 15th Rd. & 15th Ave.) (718) 767-3486
Gastropub & biergarten featuring a contemporary twist to traditional German & Austrian cuisine.


Staten Island

web-chain-link-icon Craft House: 60 Van Duzer St. (between Hannah St. & St. Paul’s Ave.) (718) 442-3433
Gastropub & craft beer bar with beer garden serving microbrews & BBQ

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Like most of New York City, this page is under perpetual construction. We will do our best to keep this page accurate. Please feel free to add additions or corrections in the comments section below.

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