McSorley’s Old Ale House, or simply “McSorley’s,” is the oldest Irish pub in NYC. A New York fixture since 1854, McSorley’s counts patrons from all walks over the last century – presidents Lincoln and Roosevelt to E.E. Cummings and John Sloan have all imbibed the dark and light beer offerings at this venerable watering hold. Not much has changed over the years, and New Yorkers like it that way – even Houdinis handcuffs are still affixed to the bar!
Ordering at McSorley’s is as easy as drinking atMcSorley’s…they offer two choices: dark or light. One 8-oz glass for $2.75 or two for $5.00. How could you not order one of each?!