O’Hara’s Restaurant and Pub

120 Cedar St, New York, NY 10006, USA

About O’Hara’s Restaurant and Pub

4.6 / 5

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    Alaleh - FoodyTO
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    June 19, 2024

    This pub is a must-visit place in NYC’s Financial District as it has great vibes and friendly staff, specially at the bar. It’s spacious with so many booths, tables, high chairs and bar seats. Many comfort food options and of course good selection of beer on tap. It also has a lot of history to it; they have even created a story book for 9/11 tragedy and all the firefighters who came to help and how this pub was damaged and the story of repairing and bringing it back to life.

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    April 28, 2024

    The place gets busy for lunch service but they’re pretty good about getting you a seat quickly. Nice interior adorned with emergency service badges and flags from all over the country. Friendly service. Crafts beers, beers on tap. Usual pub food with some specials—Shepard’s pie, Irish stew. Surprisingly good burgers. Simple garnishes of tomato and lettuce and usual sesame bun but despite the simplicity, the beef patty really shines. Overall, good place to stop for pub food.

    Hardik Pakhale
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    May 20, 2024

    O'Hara's Restaurant and Pub is hands down my favorite spot in New York City, and it's become my go-to place for almost every weekend outing. Located in the heart of the Financial District, this gem is more than just a restaurant or a pub – it's a place brimming with history, warmth, and some of the best drinks you'll ever have. The moment you step inside, you're greeted by an incredibly friendly and attentive staff. They always make you feel like part of the family. The owner is often around, mingling with guests and making sure everyone is having a great time. His friendliness and genuine interest in his patrons are a huge part of what makes this place special. Now, let's talk about the drinks. They offer a fantastic selection of beers, cocktails, and spirits that cater to every taste. The bartenders here really know their craft. Whether you're in the mood for a classic Guinness or something more adventurous, they’ve got you covered. I've tried many places in the city, but the drinks here are simply on another level – consistently top-notch and expertly made. Beyond the drinks and the welcoming atmosphere, this place holds a significant spot in the community’s heart due to its deep connection with 9/11. The walls are adorned with badges and memorabilia from first responders, making it a poignant and respectful tribute to the heroes of that day. It’s impossible not to feel a sense of reverence and respect as you sit among these tokens of bravery and sacrifice. One of the best kept secrets here is the "Album." If you ask the staff about it, they'll bring out a book filled with photos, letters, and memories from people who have visited over the years. It’s a touching collection that adds a personal and historical depth to your visit, reminding you of the community spirit that thrives in this place. It is more than just a pub for me – it's a place where memories are made and shared. I've taken all my friends here, and every single one of them has fallen in love with it just like I did. The combination of great service, outstanding drinks, and rich history creates an experience that is hard to beat. If you’re ever in New York City, do yourself a favor and stop by. Enjoy a drink, soak in the atmosphere, and be sure to ask about the "Album." You won’t regret it.

    Patrick Bullard
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    June 11, 2024

    Great drinks and good food, near the 9/11 memorial. Highly recommend coming here. Personally my favorite bar in the city, I always come here when I’m in need of a drink. Highly recommended!

    Samantha McLeod
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    June 24, 2024

    The burger I got was $17 and it is truly a CRIME that it cost that much, even by New York in 2024 standards. My expectations are not even that high and I was still appalled. Same with the wings (no pic) but they looked like they came out of a bag of Tyson chicken strips...and you only got like 6... I mean it tasted fine for a roadside diner where the food was less than $7 a plate but $17 for this actually hurts my soul. Truly a price gouged tourist trap. Don't go. We need to stop allowing businesses to pull this. (The patches all over the walls were cool, and I understand it's a historic place and that's great they were able to rebuild, but at what cost?!?)

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    120 Cedar St, New York, NY 10006, USA

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