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Mcsorleys Old Ale House Inc

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Category: Entertainment and Arts, Bars and Clubs, Night Clubs, Bars
15 E 7th St, New York, NY 10003

212.473.9148

www.mcsorleysnewyork.com

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24 Reviews of Mcsorleys Old Ale House Inc

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JanetJamby's Review by janetjamby on Mar 17, 2002

Some great memories I have. Whenever I get to CT, the first place I want him to take me is McSorleys. The background noise of this great place is also great, people talking, laughing, and best of all I get to talk to my son,...
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TeaBagMyBalls2's Review by teabagmyballs2 on Mar 7, 2002

The oldest licensed establishment in New York, and quite possibly, the country. The beer is cravingly addictive, the crackers, cheese and mustard are incredible, and the atmosphere is unbeatable. Coming...
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immense's Review by c18241 on Apr 6, 2000

wow.wow.wow Keep the beer flowing.............. ...
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There is no better spot... by A TripAdvisor Contributor on Nov 12, 2007

There is no better spot in NYC to get a couple beers. The plate of cheese with the sleeve of saltines as an app is a must...
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Can't wait to go back! by Adam on Jul 10, 2008

Once we got in we ordered beers and stood at the bar for about 2 minutes before they asked us (6 people) if we wanted a table. We sat and the beers came non-stop. I LOVED IT! Once we finished our 1st beer (they always give...
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No title by ArtR1389835 on May 22, 2007
The ales come either dark or light when your order and the cost is $4.50 for two small mugs and that is how they come. The bar has wish bones above the bar and they were placed there by soldiers that went off to war and upon...
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No title by scottonli on Sep 8, 2005

But if you want a taste of what NY might have been like 100 years ago, it's like stepping through a time machine. The beer is reasonably priced (you can only order theirs -a dark and a light - and they are served 2 at a time),...
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First Stop by kfds on May 23, 2002

Two-fisted drinking is the norm. You don't have to be a frat boy, just drink like one. The beers are small so order a bunch (at least 2 a round for everyone in your group), tip, and thee will get served. If you're serious...
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Dark or Light by CurlyGirl on Nov 13, 2008

Each table comes equipped with a jar of mustard that appears it could have been from the founding of McSorley's in 1854. No matter, just don't eat it and you'll be fine. Or try it out on a dare!I chose the light beer, and...
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Oldest Pub in New York by Darryl D. on Feb 4, 2009

Go in and order either the light or dark ale and enjoy the scenery and conversation. It's a great place to go before getting on the subway for a Yankees game. When I went a couple years ago, a man and his dog were having...
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