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As soon as you step into The Full Shilling, it's easy to forget you're in New York. From the antique century old bar, to the old-fashioned lighting, glass lined walls and cozy atmosphere; The Full Shilling has all the makings of an authentic Irish Pub. With a nice selection of beers on tap including the iconic Guinness, patrons can relax over a drink and a bite to eat in a warm, friendly atmosphere. The bar is popular with the corporate crowd as it's in the middle of the Financial District and gets quite busy post office hours and during lunch. With a nice selection of standard pub fare like Bangers and Mash, Shepherd’s Pie and Beer-battered Fish & Chips you won't go hungry either. End your meal with a sweet treat like the Irish Cherry trifle or Double Chocolate Pudding for an added indulgence. For additional details on special events and daily menus, visit the website.
Touted to be Brooklyn's oldest and most renowned Italian restaurant, Monte's has been attracting New Yorkers since years. Its interiors have an old school, rustic charm with open-brick walls and a European style, leafy patio area. Specializing in authentic Italian, needless to say the menu has delicious staples like Spaghetti, Ravioli, wood-fired pizzas and steaks. A must-visit, Monte's goes beyond just being an Italian restaurant.
It's fun time at Floyd! Spread over an area of 1700 square feet, it's an ideal spot if you want to have fun with friends or family.Famous for its Kentucky Beercheese, this place offers a wide variety of bourbons along with different types of beer, wine and other drinks.Margaritas and Lynchburg Lemonades are highly recommended. And if you are in the mood to drink something stronger,ask for the house special 'Colt 45 and Bullet' - a shot and a beer combo! You can also try your hand at bocce in the indoor clay court!
Named after Walt Whitman's poem, Manhatta is set on the top floor of 28 Liberty Building. Its classy décor augmented by honey, aquamarine and coffee hues is embellished in leather, silk, granite and brass elements. The arc pendant lamps ensure that the glass windows don't get marred by reflections and diners can enjoy a great view during the evenings. There is no doubt that this chic establishment is among the finest in the neighborhood offering spectacular vistas of the city's skyline and water bodies. The inspired three-course fare is seasonal and appealing. Oenophiles will be thrilled by their impressive wine list and the display of 2000 bottles in the open cellar.
A tasteful cocktail bar in Brooklyn, Elsa on Atlantic Avenue is fantastic. The well-crafted cocktails are creative and delicious. The drinks menu is diverse and has something for everyone. The food menu is limited to bar snacks. The chic décor is on par with the potent concoctions whipped up by the expert bartenders. With an elegant vintage vibe, the place is spacious and classy. The amiable and courteous service adds to the experience here.