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Posted by Bernard Dworkin on 12/06/2014
It's finally reopened as a Irish pub with no Irish waitresses anymore. Prices are higher and food is poorly made. Still a beautiful roomy place, but it looks like there are new owners who do not yet get it.
Posted by Lorraine on 09/29/2014
Their kitchen was closed for almost a year due to a fire. I was so happy to hear that they reopened. Wow what a disappointment. My husband ordered tomato soup...it tasted like pasta sauce. The chicken pot pie tasted like it had been frozen since last year, microwaved and served. I had the trout which was edible. Not going back.
Posted by psm on 07/09/2012
Had a true rare burger (all dark pink and almost tartar in middle) - a large, and very juicy one. Told them it was the very best I've had in years - that was June 22nd. Brought friends back on July 4th - ordered a rare one and it was pink half way and by the time I had a few bites it had turned well done. It was half the size of my first. Greatly disappointed! What a shame.
Posted by Giles on 06/06/2012
This was a great place to have a casual dinner. The food was great and as a fan of British pub food I found this to be some of the best. Parnell's also has a great selection of draught beers, a pleasant staff, and good service. It was also very reasonably priced. Recommend it highly.
Posted by Jeff on 03/20/2011
Whether it's for lunch (the turkey club wrap is excellent!), dinner (try the shephards pie), or brunch (great Irish breakfast), Parnell's is a fine neighborhood pub that rates high on my list of favorite dining spots in NYC. Parnell's is not The Four Seasons, but for homey, cozy and friendly atmosphere and good food at reasonable prices, you will not go wrong with this charming neighborhood pub. Give it a try!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/21/2010
We've lived in the neighborhood for several years. Parnell's is by far our favorite place (and we're not antiques...). The food is great - best burger in town; great salads too. Probably one of the few "real" Irish bars left in the City (it isn't a sports bar trying to pass itself off as an Irish pub). Not to mention Leif and Ambrose are great fun to hang out with. They have a live jazz combo every Wednesday night. Just a great laid-back place with really good food. Don't go. We don't want it to get crowded.
Posted by Former customer on 11/15/2010
Since the change of management, the place is no longer what it once was. Antique crowd, so-so food, often unpleasant service.