Shepard pie was good. On the small size for $20 but what do you expect. Pros are a quiet lunch spot and service with a smile! Also great alternative if just coming into NYC on the train from Grand Central. Did also visit on a Saturday morning for breakfast with family and it was great because you get to sit down and get your plan together for the day and everyone gets fed… especially if you have kids with you.
An old school pub styled with dark wood panelled interiors, the wheeltapper is charmingly modelled on the interior of old railway carriages. It serves as a kind of living museum for the old railway, with lots of old and interesting memorabilia. The menu includes some traditional pub fare. I enjoyed a decent portion of fish and chips!
Ok for drinks and a burger, mostly the after work crowd. Burgers are good, roast beef melt was ok, the fish and chips a disaster
This is a place that should NOT be missed! This small train themed Irish pub is quaint and lovely. Kris is one of the best bartenders to have served me drinks. His kindness is beyond measure and his professionalism and level of hospitality is beyond measure! I cannot wait until my next visit to NYC so I can enjoy the atmosphere here once again!
So I was in town at the end of May visiting family and at the time Wheeltapper wasn’t listed separately on Google Maps but instead was part of the Fitzpatrick’s page. If it’s available the patio is where you want to be. After spending hours in the organized chaos of Summit One the chill ambiance was a great way to decompress. The indoor seating area appeared to be closed for some reason. Everyone seemed to enjoy their dishes, no complaints. The fish and chips was stellar, one of the best I’ve ever had. Perfectly friend, not too greasy like most people do. The only thing that threw us off was the bill being combined automatically for a table with three separate groups. A minor annoyance, no biggie
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