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Puck Fair

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  • Bar Food, Irish, American (Traditional)
  • 298 Lafayette St, New York NY10012 40.724616 -73.995817
  • (Btwn Houston & Prince St)
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  • (212) 431-1200
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User Ratings (Based on 5 reviews)

Food 4.3 Value 4.6
Service 4.3 Atmosphere 4.6

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 431-1200
(212) 625-8667
Private Parties Visa, MC, AmEx
Daily: 11:30am-3:30am
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Late Night, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Puck Fair

    Posted by kirsten on 12/13/2011

    Yummy food, drinks and exceptional atmosphere

    This is hands down one of my favorite bars in the city. The atmosphere and interior is awesome the drinks are good and priced well and the food is delicious! I love their curry fries.

  • Puck Fair

    Posted by T Lewis on 09/24/2008

    Atmosphere & Music

    A great and impressive pub in SoHo, of all places... It's huge and intimate at the same time, due to the alcoves and booths. You can choose to spend your hours and nurse your drinks in the busy main floor bar area, or retreat to the upstairs balcony or the smaller basement bar. Great music by DJs on the weekends: rock and funk classics, and a mix of new indie music.

  • Puck Fair

    Posted by Best place ever! on 07/31/2007

    The best restaurant in the Soho area.

    This is the best place to go with friends, i totally love the food it feels like comfort food, your plate should always be empty before you go. I give it 2 thumbs way up. Way to go Puck Fair!

  • Puck Fair

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/20/2004

    Awesum hangout

    Great munchie food, the bartenders are great! Good selection and never a rude crowd.

  • Puck Fair

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/16/2004

    Irish in the City

    What can you say about a New York institution like Puck Fair? The bar is an homage to the great old Irish bars long past, with its hard wood booths and long, narrow gangway that provides the perfect excuse to get up close and personal with your fellow bar patrons (watch those hands, boys). The main floor is always packed, as is the loft area where a DJ "spins" good tunes (no turntable here: iPods are the gear of choice). The basement is quieter and good for private parties. The drinks are poured with an expert hand by the bartenders, Paulie especially, and the Irish car bombs can't be beat for the inner Guiness lover in us all (well, maybe not *all*). The food is better than average, and their Irish breakfast exceeds expectations. Overall, a great place to spend a Friday night with friends, old and new -- and hey, if you don't make a new Irish friend hailing from Kerry by way of Woodside, then you aren't looking up from your car bomb often enough.

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