140 W. 44th St., New York, NY, 10036
By francisco372019 on 8/13/2013
I went last weekend just to find that they don't pass boxing fights events "because it's too expensive for this small place" (that's what the waitress told me). Bad service as well (the waitress escorted me just to make sure that some friends were already waiting for me). The only good thing is cheap beer, though not many options available.
By pughbear on 9/9/2012
After traveling around America for several months and finally heading to NY me and a group of friends stumbled across Jimmy's Corner. The atmosphere is amazing, the staff are friendly and welcoming. The jukebox is full of treats and such a change from the surrounding bar's playlist. The pictures on the wall create a great setting for you to chill out and be entertained for hours on end through photographs and by Jimmy himself. Such a humble and nice man! We ended up going to Jimmy's for a drink for 5 nights on end, either relaxing and chatting all night or just going for a few drinks and heading downtown, no doubt about it that everyone should take a trip to Jimmy's Corner.
By paulwiggins on 1/25/2011
What can be said about simple pleasures? They speak for themselves. When Jimmy's Corner speaks for itself, the message is as crisp, lively and consistently on target as the boxers Jimmy Glenn trained. Atmosphere, a welcoming staff and clientele, great cocktails, beer as cold as it can get and economy friendly pricing for a good honest drink. Legendary juke box and more things to look at than one can absorb in more than a few visits. Trust me, yes, you will like most, revisit Jimmy's Corner again and again.
By jimrowlands on 5/31/2010
visited from Perth australia what a great place wandered across the road from my hotel,was immediately welcomed and had such a great time went back the next night full of characters and good cheer,will always be one of best ny memories
By geordieneville on 7/7/2009
I walked into JIMMY"S CORNER and what a refreshing change.i come from newcasle upon tyne great britain. .JIMMYS is the best bar in NY.great music.great cold beers.everyone very friendly.JIMMY looked after me and was a great host.down to earth.nothing was to much bother.staff were great.loved it so much was there for 4 nights in a row on my vacation in NY.talked to local guys from new jersey,queens. bronx,and also people from pennsylvania,canada,you could not find a more welcomed bar in NY.its not a 5 star bar.prices for drinks very fair. but has more character with all the legends boxing pictures on the walls.and all walks of people from all over the world. that there first place for a drink if they come back to NY is JIMMY"S CORNER.i will visit jimmys again because its the genuine feel of the place with the people that make it the BEST BAR in NY and i have drank in quiet a few bars around the world in my time.thanks again jimmy from neville x
By JOHNLEE on 6/11/2009
Its a favorite spot everytime I hit NYC on business or pleasure. You can always count on a great conversation, seeing or meeting new friends, the coldest beer in Manhattan and classic tunes. Its perfect when not too crowded but thats the downside of a legendary bar that has held its appeal for decades -- not too flashy, not too extravagent, just one great time.... and then theres Jimmy, No one makes you feel more welcome or makes sure your taken care of -- Its like coming in to his home and your always welcome. My son turns 22 on sunday, doing a summer internship on Wall Street and the drinks are on me -- I know he'll be stopping in to Jimmys Corner for a few cold ones with his buddies! Happy Birthday Son, Jimmy will take great care of you!
By saminND on 7/6/2008
I started coming to Jimmy's Corner while stationed with the Coast Guard at Governors Island beginning in 1982. I have travelled all over the world in the service, and as a merchant seaman. I have never been to a better bar anywhere thanks mainly to Jimmy Glenn (a true boxing legend), but one of the nicest down to earth people anywhere. I always enjoy staying til closing to hear Sinatras New York, New York and Kate Smiths God Bless America on the juke box. If you cannot enjoy this place you are a stick in the mud, and what a bargain!
By astoria42 on 5/8/2008
Jimmy's Corner is a rarity in Midtown: an establishment that has kept its original flavor regardless of the "cleaning up" of the city. This is not a dive as much as just a real, old school bar. Classic rock, beer and bourbon, and sports. This is a bar's bar. I don't know what the previous reviewer's problem was with Mr. Glenn, but he has always been very nice to me when I have seen him. If I ever find myself in Times Square and need a quick pint, this is THE place. Go, but don't tell anyone. It's remarkably idiot-free, an oasis in Times Square, and everyone would like to keep it that way!
By fizzyfeet on 4/22/2008
We stumbled on this bar which was opposite our hotel. The bar staff were extremely welcoming and Jimmy proved an exceptional host with his recollection of boxing greats and his general good humour. Here is a true gentle giant and a gentle man! This bar is steeped with boxing history and its juke box is one of the best soul and classic blues I have ever come across. People will class it as a dive but if you want to experience the genuine New York hospitality then you must give it a go. It is basic but genuine and has HEART & character!! The prices are affordable and I thought it was the DBs!! We certainly will want to return to this little peice of NY & boxing history. Thoroughly recommended!!
By phoebe31 on 2/15/2008
We discovered this bar on our second visit to New York when we walked out of an 'Irish Bar' in Times Square and headed back home to the Algonquin - if it hadn't been on the same street we'd have missed it. What a find. It had everything for us - seriously good jukebox, cool atmosphere and staff, fabulous pictures on the walls, reasonable prices, unpretentious, old regulars, young regulars, some business types, no tourists (apart from us). Became our regular bar after the first night. And Mr Glenn was the icing on the cake. What a gent and what a storyteller. I'd never heard of him before so I'm not starstruck, just thought he was a nice bloke and a good host! Would go back the minute we get back to New York (hopefully) even if we don't stay at the Algonquin along from there. We loved it.
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