Friday, March 17, 2023


Harlem Bespoke: We have gone over Harlem's long Irish history in the past and uptown now has some legit Irish owned establishments that have popped up in the neighborhood over the recent years.  Below are the grownup recommendations to be merry uptown during the festive holiday: 

The Honeywell, 3604 Broadway at 148th Street. Partners from Harlem Public and at Wallace opened this 70s retro gem last year and the old school style will transport revelers back to a groovier time: LINK

Mess Hall, 2194  Frederick Douglass Boulevard by 118th Street.  Those looking for a classic tavern circa 1900 should really check out this boutique bar on FDB known for crafted drinks and even a back yard: LINK

Harlem Public  3612 Broadway just west of 149th Street.  The one that started everything up on Broadway is still a great local tavern to catch sports and some of the best pub grub in town.  Full on comfort food with a hip edge perfect for a night out drinking: LINK

At The Wallace, 3612 Broadway, just west of 149th Street. Harlem Public became popular quite quickly and just was always at full capacity.  The solution was obviously to open a companion bar next door which has more games like giant Jenga and a huge space for thirsty uptowners: LINK

Grill on the Hill, 1624 Amsterdam on the corner of 140th Street.  This spacious new spot is the City College neighborhood's answer to a good old sports bar with lots of television screens to keep the drinking crowd entertained on any given night of the week: LINK

Le Chiele,  839 West 181st Street at the corner of Cabrini Boulevard. Washington Heights also had an Irish community up until the mid century and Le Chiele is the spot in the neighborhood that has the space for some major festivities.  There is a separate bar out front and two floors of table seating at the popular pub for those looking to quench a thirst or get some grub: LINK 2023

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