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Jeremy's Ale House
Posted by Anonymous on 06/15/2013
Jeremy's started out serving South Street fishmongers & keeps to its traditions while moving 3 times & losing the fishmongers: serves & closes early; menu limited to seafood & bar food, all nicely grilled or fried or broiled, at reasonable prices; many, many beers in tap & bottle, also its own sodas; concrete floors, bras & ties on ceiling, friendly to firefighters & beer drinkers & unfazed babies and children in decor & attitude of bartenders; loud or home-y. Sets the standard for fried calamari.
Posted by Meeno on 09/30/2008
I have always heard about this place and went with a couple of buddies after work and had a great time. The atmosphere was awesome, the bartenders friendly, and the best bra decor I have ever seen. There is one bra labled Yvonne's Double Dee's an interesting story behind that one, the previous Jeremy's was located up the block a few years back and had wall to wall bras for decorations so I was told, this young lady was there at the new place when we were there and right there and then handed the bartender her green bra just to get the tradition rolling again.Lol. it was hysterical. To this day you can see the bra labeled YVONNE's DOUBLE DEE'S behind the bar! I will keep coming back, I love this place and would recommend it to anyone who wants to hang out, watch a game and have a few drinks with good friands!
Posted by NYC ROBO on 08/23/2007
I used to go to the old one for drinks after work. It was alot different than what i was used to any we always had a blast there. The new spot carrys on the same spirit! Good crowd, good food and good drinks!
Posted by Ronin on 06/14/2007
We were wondering throught the area and happened upon this place. Great atmosphere and the one of the only places we found that served a beer at a decent price, and it was an import (Molson Canadian).....and not "imported" from Boston. Would have stayed longer but we had to fly home in a few hours. If we come back to town, it will be one of our stops.
Posted by You've gotta be kidding me! on 11/08/2006
I came to this place after reading about it here because I wanted a interesting old place to go. We walked there only to find it had moved up the street. We went in and we were the only ones there, was asked what we wanted by some rude guy behind the counter and poured a flat beer in a plastic cup for $4.50. There was absolutely no atmosphere or anything interesting to look at.
Posted by CB NYC on 04/03/2005
Good place to stop, drink and eat excellent fried calamari. ...the decoration is very fun.
Posted by RJH on 05/26/2004
Outstanding place. Been around for years and years, though it's moved once or twice. Giant (32 oz.) beers served to fisherman, tourists, fireman, traders, and cops (I've heard they have a 6:00am happy hour for the graveyard shift, but that's unconfirmed). Decorated with bras, basketball shooting arcade game and a chain-link fenced-in yard right in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge. A NY scene if I've ever seen one.