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Irish pub

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Chelsea »

Patrons launched a "Coalition to #SaveMcManus" Facebook page after the bar was rumored to be closing. 

Upper East Side »

Plug Uglies unveiled plans in January to take over the American Trash bar on First Avenue.

Astoria »

The bar, called Passage, will open on 30th Avenue in the space formerly occupied by Front Toward Enemy.

Inwood »

Barbara Cronin, who has been running the Irish pub for the past 35 years, will close on Jan. 3. 

Inwood »

The pub at 5008 Broadway closed on Monday after 22 years in business.

Midtown »

The men were caught on video attacking two teens outside a midtown pub. 

Washington Heights »

Reynold's was one of the last Irish bars in a neighborhood once teeming with pubs.

Gramercy »

FDNY Chief Mike Meyers teamed up with two other firemen to make their dream of opening a bar a reality.

Forest Hills »

The pub will offer 34 outside seats starting next week, the owners said.

East Village »

A woman found the pub unattended and then stole the gear from behind the bar, the owner said.

Gramercy »

A bar that will offer unusual wines by the glass is among newcomers to the neighborhood.

Murray Hill »

Pig 'n' Whistle's newest outpost, at 497 Third Ave., aims for a lively but laid-back vibe.

Forest Hills »

An Austrian restaurant on Queens Boulevard in getting a makeover.

Woodside »

The future of the popular Woodside pub, Donovan's, is up in the air.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Hudson Heights residents said they are thrilled newcomer Le Cheile has opened in the neighborhood.