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Posted by Anonymous on 11/27/2010
Decent fish and chips is hard to find in the USA and Muldoon's is no exception. But I've paid twice as much for the same mediocre quality at other NYC spots so I guess that's something. Irish breakfast is delicious, filling and a good value but they don't always serve it exactly as it's printed on the menu which is a pet peeve of mine. Last time I went was an off hour and we were the only customers in the dining area. Yet the wait staff seemed irritated that we wanted food rather than glad for a chance to earn a tip.
Posted by sandy on 01/21/2010
My sister and I came across Muldoon's last October. I had the Shephards Pie and she had the chicken pot pie. Both were delicious. Going back this week and Muldoon's will be our very first dinner. Looking forward to the pie.
Posted by moproducer on 04/20/2009
Had an incredible broiled (yes, broiled) slice of prime rib. I had just been to Nassau, where someone tried to serve me something that he called "Guinness"...I related the story to Pete, the barkeep, and he responded (in a thick Irish) "Laddie, I been servin' Guinness since you were in short pants, and here, it'll always be dark!"
Posted by marianne n. on 03/31/2008
I popped into Muldoon's one night when I was in Manhattan on business. I've always felt a little funny dining alone. When I poked my head in, the two bartenders motioned me in. "Come on in. Have a seat. What's your name?" I instantly felt at home. Their cute brogues didn't hurt either. I had a very pleasant evening great food and drinks and great company. I plan on going back the next time I'm in New York. Two thumbs up.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/17/2008
The moment I walked into Muldoons I enjoyed the immediate laid back feel I got from everything in the place. The bar was crowded so I sat at a table near the back. I was seated immediately and my first pint was delievered to me soon afterwards. The night I went, all the waitressess were quite good looking however after I was seated they tended to sometimes forget about my table. I couldn't blame them though as the fun to be had at the bar seemed quite irresistable. I ordered the Muldoon Burger and was delighted upon my choice. The food was terrific. In the end the bill was moore than I expected but I will definately be returning.
Posted by Astute Barhound on 10/16/2007
What do “Excellent spot,” “Quaint neighborhood watering hole” and “Great neighborhood bar” have in common? The phrases are all equally and pitifully inaccurate in describing the low-down, take-you-for-all-you’re-worth, calamity that is Muldoon’s on 3rd Ave. b/w 42nd and 43rd. Now, try “Unjustifiable pricing,” “Negligent wait-staff” and “Never think of going back” and you’ve got Muldoon’s catch phrases. Such an opportunity for an authentic and genuine experience that is so wasted by indifferent staff and surly barkeeps; not even the cheese-sticks make it worthwhile. Completely blindsided (prices not in-print) with an inexcusable check for a mere 1.5 hrs’ worth of stale pitchers and frugal portions of cheap booze in mixed cocktails. This should be a great after-work spot to avoid the nauseating preppy-ridden alternatives but it’s a disgrace. A disgrace to the Irish flag.
Posted by jack ryan on 10/29/2006
I went in to the bar one monday night, from the get go, it was awesome. The bartender was great.. full of flight attendants. They were very friendly. They work for virgin and they were telling me they have five flights in to new york and they always go to muldoons. They were dancing on the counter, singing playing games. You should go there, the next time i go to new york ill be.