If You a Seek a Bona Fide Irish Experience...
Failte Irish Whiskey Bar
Failte, pronounced "FALL-cha," means "welcome" in Irish. Try to remember that after you’ve "sampled" your fourth whiskey. And please don’t attempt to try them all — the bar has over 30 different kinds imported from the motherland.
A central fireplace, familial barkeeps, and shepherd’s pie draws Irish natives and brogue-lovers alike. Lydia Hearst-Shaw told Grub Street it was one of her favorite places. “I'm a good little Irish girl. My dad goes there almost every day.”
Irish New York Walking Tour
Did you know the Puck Building has a distasteful connection to Irish history? Find out why on the Irish Heritage Walking Tour, an on-foot recounting of immigrant struggles with stops at Foley Square, St. Paul's Chapel, and the city's first slums (in what is now Nolita).