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Posted by Big Bernie on 03/14/2011
Does anyobody know if Morris (bartender at back bar) has resurfaced now that Kennedy's is closed?
Posted by Anonymous on 11/17/2010
We visited Kennedy's every night whilst in NYC. Even if we only meant to have one, we ended up staying longer as the atmosphere was so friendly. The barman is a great crack and we ended up chatting to many locals. Typical cosy, friendly Irish Pub. make sure you go there!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/29/2008
One of the best places to grab a burger, and at the front bar the special makes it one of the best values in New York. The regulars are a great friendly bunch, ready to strike up a conversation. The bartenders are the real deal, they maintain the order of the place with a cheerful smile, but step over the line, you'll get admonished like you should.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/25/2008
stopped in for a beer and ended up having dinner a couple times. Great prices, good comfort food, great staff and bartender. Really enjoyed the Smithwicks draft and irish coffees!! Will definitely return next time in NYC!!
Posted by fredethyl on 01/26/2008
Kennedy's was recommended to us last month. We loved it. My wife had the best restaurant version of Shepherd's Pie she's ever come across. I know we will be returning. By the way, if you're around Broadway, take a taxi. It's too time intensive to walk up to Kennedy's lesson learned.
Posted by JLG on 11/26/2007
7 of us dined at Kennedy's on a Sunday night. I made a reservation in advance and when some of our party was stuck in traffic they gladly held our table after I called. The food was good. Chicken pot pie, rack of Lamb and broiled seafood were favorites. Pork chops were a little dry and steak sandwich was bland. Service was friendly but there truly could have been more staff on the floor. The atmosphere was what we all loved. The cozy back room and fireplace on the cold night was very homey. This restaurant is perfect for visitors to Carnegie Hall.
Posted by Lee from King's Lynn, England on 06/19/2007
A nice cosy little joint this one. Very colourful. we visited around tea time, but can imagine it getting very busy in evenings. May have chosen an off day with staff, although polite seemed slightly moody. Couple of regulars were friendly however. Food was nice. The bbq chicken was a treat. But one of our party said burger was bland. Tasty sandwiches and good fries. Guinness was just right. Would definately visit again, but only if a St.George's flag was waving with the other hundreds around the bar. Maybe i missed it.