I love old historic pubs, so Ear Inn became part of our Greenwich itinerary. It's small, cozy, decked out in historic memorabilia. Though busy, we weren't neglected. A perfect spot for a casual drink and appreciating local history.
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and much more. Folks claim this is the longest running bar in all of New York City. It used to cater to primarily sailors, and the maritime theme is still very much present. But the beer is cold, the bar foods are pretty good, and...More
I judged it way too soon! We stopped by during our stay at Hotel Hugo. The food is really good. I recommend the garlic shrimp and a tall glass of beer of your choice.
If you want fancy food from the latest place gone viral where people line up for hours just to brag about it on instagram, then go somewhere else. But if you want to have great no frills food in a legendary tavern that just celebrated...More
Like a really good old British/Irish pub. Great atmosphere and very genuine, no gimicks, slots, rubbish music. Just really good beer, great staff and some bang on pub grub. Try the Chilli, to die for. Sit at the bar and drink all day and chat...More
Great Neighborhood Bar! We just wanted a drink and a quick bite. This was great. Simple just doing what they set out to do and not putting on any airs. Great service. Really enjoyed our spiced shrimp and the macaroni and cheese special. Great bar...More
I love old, original types of spots like this. Not fancy, upscale nonsense that seems to have run rampant. They even have an old school cash register they still use. The food looks great and we are definitely going to try it next time we...More
My walking tour ended directly in front of the Ear Inn!! I'd read about this place many times however we were never in the neighborhood. After 2,5 hours of walking around SOHO in the 70 degree weather, it was time for a cool one! This...More