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Posted by Anonymous on 10/18/2013
I have stopped by Murphy's Law quite a few times in the past as I live in the neighborhood and always found the bartender Jason to be very funny and extremely quick with a response.I have been away for the last 3 months with work and upon my return I was craving some solid wings and a good burger so I headed over to Murphy's.I was surprised to find Jason no longer behind the bar but managing the place and I quickly got to know the new guy, Paul, very friendly and pretty witty himself.It was after I had finished my food and hung out for a while that I got the most pleasant surprise.A traditional Irish sing song started.With his voice Paul transported all the patrons to a local pub in rural Ireland.You would forget you are in New York.The songs were flowing as was the Guinness and everyone had a great night.I can't wait to go back and listen to some great singing again.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/12/2013
I have been going to this Irish pub for quite some time and have always found the staff to be attentive and friendly. Burgers are big and juicy and even though I don't understand the whole 'boneless' wings I can't deny the taste. Incredible! I have tried a few other things on the menu that were okay I usually stick to burgers and wings. Also a good place to watch your favorite sports. They have the MLB and NFL packages.
Posted by Harry on 07/03/2013
I had such a terrible experience at this restaurant. The hostess took my take out order and I specified my food allergies, however, she brought me an entirely pork dish, the food I'm allergic to. So clearly never checked the order and just handed the food to me. Upon arriving at work, I opened the box and was totally astonished to see the wrong order. This wasted my time and I had to walk back to the restaurant. I went back and asked her about it and she was very rude and started yelling "I don't know, this is chef's mistake and not my mistake." She kept yelling so I asked her if I could speak to the manager. He was a very reasonable and nice guy. My only request to him is to look into his employees, especially the hostess who actually should be the nicest and most polite person rather than rude, ignorant, immature, and stubborn.
Posted by anonymous on 10/27/2011
Been dining here for more than a decade. Food and people are solid. Best potato skins and Buffalo wings on the UES! Fantastic place to unwind after a tough day and Jason the bartender worth more than any ticket to a comedy club in the city!
Posted by collins clan on 06/23/2011
we were in nyc for an overnight with a family member at a local hospital.we were told about the pub by our front desk-man.the staff was exceptional.they were concerned about what was happening and made our time there much easier.kudos to tammy the manager!all of our meals were excellent the drinks were flowing.i will recommend this gem to all that i know.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/26/2010
While the food was delicious, the hostess was quite rude on the phone. She didn't seem to have the patience for her job. Although the food was delivered quickly, the price was not worth the poor attitude of the staff.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/24/2010
Murphy's Law is another in a long list of solid Irish pubs to enjoy a meal in. They of course serve the standards, but their menu goes a little above and beyond with pasta, steaks, fish and chops. I've only eaten the specials here because whenever I go in, they always sound great and I've yet to be disappointed. Friendly Irish staff (for the most part) and a quiet atmosphere. It tends to get a hospital crowd, but they come and go at odd shift times. Recommended!