The 3 Best Bars in Gramercy Right Now

Which bar in Gramercy NYC is the best?

Are you looking for the best bars in Gramercy in New York? Then check out my best list here! Because I’ll show you the hottest speakeasy bars, pubs, wine bars and small venues where New Yorkers hang out. The selection of bars in New York’s Gramercy District is quite large – so there will definitely be something for you!

To help you quickly and easily see which spot is near you, find all the bars in Gramercy on an interactive map. And if you love rooftop bars as much as I do, check out the best rooftop bars in Gramercy.

By the way: you’ll find many more New York City spots in our Loving New York travel guides!

My Favorite Bars in Gramercy

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    Dear Irving

    Bar in Gramercy
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    Dear Irving on Hudson is an absolute secret in the city located on the 40th & 41st floor inside the Aliz Hotel.  In the middle of Times Square, this bar pairs the glimpse of the city lights and skyline views with the best cocktails in town.

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    Fitzgerald's Pub

    Irish Restaurant in Gramercy
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    Fitzgerald’s pub is one of the most popular Irish pubs in NYC and is known for having a great atmosphere to watch sports, listen to music or have a pint with friends. The menu features all of your favorite pub foods like wings, burgers and fries. But, if you’re looking for something different, they also offer a great selection of salads and sandwiches. Also, don’t forget to try their famous fish and chips!

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    Molly's Pub

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    Only three blocks from Madison Square Park towards the East Village you will find Molly’s Pub, which is one of our absolute favourites. We have been fans of this pub for a long time, we have been coming here regularly since our first visits to New York. It is super-authentic and radiates everything you would expect from a real Irish Pub (including sawdust on the floor!).

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    Pete's Tavern

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    Pete’s Tavern is America’s oldest continuously running bar and restaurant, nestled in Gramercy Park. This historical gem has been serving patrons since 1864, despite its many changes. Originally a ‘grocery and grog store’ in the Portman Hotel, it transitioned to ‘Healy’s Café’ in 1899 before finally becoming Pete’s Tavern in 1922. The 40-foot rosewood bar, decorative back bar, tin ceiling, and tile floor are all original, dating back to 1864. Even the bar room booths and overhead cabinets are from the restaurant’s inception. A fun fact: renowned author O. Henry, who lived nearby, wrote “The Gift of the Magi” in one of their booths in 1903.

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    The Flatiron Room

    Bar in Gramercy
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    With relaxed live jazz you can choose from a very extensive whiskey repertoire (600 varieties!). What we hadn’t seen before is their program “Bottle Keep”. If you like a whiskey, you can buy the bottle and have it stored – of course labelled – to enjoy your bottle of whiskey again next time.

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    The Old Bar

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    The Old Bar is the epitome of New York and hosts a diverse crowd. This location has been around since 1892, so its name lives up to its promise. 

    The bar is best known for its burgers and for not having a website to this day! By the way: In the seating area on the first floor, you can watch the orders being transported from the kitchen upstairs through a dumbwaiter!

The Best Bars in Gramercy on the Map

A map with all Bars in Gramercy can be found here – just click on “FULL MAP” if you want to see more. You can click on each restaurant on the map to find out everything you need to know.

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About the author

I'm a true New York fan! Not only have I visited the city over 25 times but also have I spent several months here at a time. On my blog I show you the best and most beautiful spots of the city, so that you have a really good time! You can also find lots of insider tips in our New York travel guide. Also check out my hotel finder for New York!

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