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Ear Inn

Ear Inn

Kneipe, Bar und Amerikanisches Restaurant$$$$
Hudson Square, New York City
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  • David G.heart icon on user image
    David GladstoneAugust 19, 2016
    Ear Inn ale is great. Service excellent. Atmosphere dated, it is suppose to be. Daily specials and reasonably priced menu items, make this a must see, drink and eat kinda place. I highly recommend!
    Aug 20 positiv bewertet
  • Chip D.heart icon on user image
    Chip DouglasDezember 31, 2017
    I’ve lived here years but this was instantly my favorite bar in NYC. AMAZING cozy little out of the way place, oldest bar in NYC, and garlic shrimp and Mac (and service) were outstanding.
  • Neelu R.
    Neelu RaviApril 14, 2018
    One of the oldest and coolest bar I have ever been to.You can literally drink on the sidewalks without being stopped by a cop.Beer collection is appreciated by true Germans.Food is also amazing.
  • Erin M.heart icon on user image
    Erin MurphyNovember 4, 2014
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    I heard great things about Ear Inn and wasn't disappointed. I ordered the burger and it was amazing. It's made from Pat LaFrieda beef and was cooked perfectly. I love the old atmosphere - so cozy!
  • Kevin H.
    Kevin HicarJuly 20, 2013
    I visited for the first time recently and it's already a favorite. The staff is incredible, and if you're looking for a real Irish pub, this is it! Sit on the benches outside - and say hi to Marcus!
  • Michelle W.
    Michelle WilesNovember 21, 2016
    Good spot for a summer weeknight. Sit outside and read up on the history of this bar, or get the bartenders inside to tell you stories
  • Jessica T.heart icon on user image
    Jessica TrovatoNovember 27, 2017
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    Burgers are good but the Salmon is my go to. Shepard's Pie and Beefstew are legit. Try the Ear Inn Ale and try not to sound like you're saying "Urine Ale", okay? Outdoor drinks until 11pm (or so)
  • Dylan M.
    Dylan McKenzieDezember 14, 2013
    One of the oldest bars in NYC. Tuesday night is motorcycle night, crazy amount of bikes there. One of few places you can drink on the sidewalk.
  • Brandon M.
    Brandon McGrawNovember 27, 2012
    In a building that dates from 1817, the Ear Inn started serving beer and spirits in the mid-19th century, operating without a name until new owners christened it the Ear Inn in 1977. - From Eater NY
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesNovember 8, 2014
    During Prohibition, the townhouse was turned into a speakeasy with the upstairs apartment used as a boarding house, smuggler’s den and brothel. Mehr erfahren
  • Of a Kind
    Of a KindJuly 10, 2012
    Menswear designer, Matt Singer, raved about this local spot in his Soho neighborhood as a must-go! Check out exclusive designs by Matt (like a Giraffe Leather Lighter Cover) @ ofakind.com! Mehr erfahren
  • Paul F.
    Paul FortJuni 4, 2013
    There's a trap door in the mens room for a small animal or fish to escape. It's under a lid and the escape route is filled with water. A good flush will let your "little friend" escape to safety.
  • Lauren M.heart icon on user image
    Lauren MacAugust 22, 2015
    Probably the best burger I've had in the city. Meat was moist, juicy, and pink even when I asked for cheese post-plating. Bar in front and food in back.
  • Compass
    CompassJuly 22, 2013
    A designated NYC historical landmark, the old-time bar still advertises extinct beers while local bluegrass, jazz, and blues groups perform on the small stage.
  • Bin Y.heart icon on user image
    Bin YangJuly 28, 2015
    They pour their beers right here. Get the burger or the lamb burger. Meat is aged well enough for you to get it at most medium rare, if not rare.
  • Rachel W.heart icon on user image
    Rachel W.November 16, 2010
    Schon mehr als 10 Mal hier gewesen
    A NYC Landmark (literally), The Ear Inn is the oldest bar in NYC. Inviting, cozy vibe. Drinks are cheap, burger is solid - what's not to like?
  • Ettedanreb G.heart icon on user image
    Ettedanreb GottliebJuly 10, 2013
    Feel like in another century. The staff is friendly and I liked the burger! The cabernet sauvignon is marvelous. Liked the no cell phone area.
  • Avatar J.
    Avatar JackJuni 30, 2011
    Nice alternative to your standard glitzy Times Square tourist trap. Widely considered to be the oldest bar in town. Grab some crab cakes, a pint or two, and leave with 30-45 minutes worth of stories.
  • Ina L.heart icon on user image
    Ina LiSeptember 23, 2015
    Best spot for sunset watching during happy hour. All architects come here to hangout :)
  • Sabrina
    SabrinaJuni 21, 2015
    Great spot for a classic burger and a beer to experience an NYC's oldest dive. But gets a bit loud at lunch time.
  • Washington Square Hotel
    A designated Landmark of the City of New York (from 1817) the Ear Inn has been serving history and home cooking since the turn of the century.
  • Sam B.heart icon on user image
    Sam BrownJanuar 3, 2016
    Pretty sure this place hasn't changed since 1817. You could spend all night in here looking at all the trinkets, posters, and nick-nacks around the joint.
  • Eric V.heart icon on user image
    Eric VenkerAugust 22, 2014
    Sit at the bar and have a stuff gin 'n tonic or a guinness. Have the bartender tell you about the old hotel and the history of the bar.
  • Allison K.heart icon on user image
    Allison KaminskiJanuar 27, 2015
    Oldest bar in NYC!! Go for the atmosphere and read up on the history! Burger is good and the people are friendly
  • Spoon University
    Spoon UniversityOktober 20, 2016
    The most frequently spotted ghost is Mickey, a sailor who lived upstairs and was hit by a car outside the bar. Waitresses report that he often gooses them and tends to drink other people’s drinks. Mehr erfahren
  • jake f.heart icon on user image
    jake furstJuni 16, 2012
    one of the oldest, best bars in NYC. supposedly it's called The Ear because the sides of the "B" in their "Bar" sign out front wore out. ask the bartender if it's fact or myth.
  • Jason 6.
    Jason 64128Februar 22, 2012
    Built before 1812, it was the house of African-American revolutionary James Brown. The first-floor tavern opened in 1817. It reopened in it's current form in 1977, after a short gap in operation.
  • Meaghan S.heart icon on user image
    Meaghan SmithNovember 23, 2014
    Schon mehr als 10 Mal hier gewesen
    Great food, don't let the small kitchen and appearance fool you. Get a burger or the chili!
  • Gabriel H.heart icon on user image
    Gabriel HayesJuly 18, 2015
    Good place to grab a beer with a small group of people. The historical ambience adds to the vibe.
  • Drunken History
    Drunken HistoryDezember 13, 2011
    Built in 1817 for James Brown which is a controversy in and of itself. Stop in when Gary is working and have the house special, shot of Jameson and a pint of Guinness.
  • Alvin M.
    Alvin MiltonDezember 12, 2011
    The Shepard's Pie is amazing, order with a Guiness Stout and be super happy!
  • NYHistory
    NYHistoryJuly 24, 2012
    The Ear Inn, originally built for the African American Revolutionary War veteran and tobacconist James Brown, is one of the few Federal style buildings remaining in New York.
  • Of a Kind
    Of a KindJuly 7, 2011
    This is the oldest working bar in NYC, and it's also designer Matt Singer's favorite neighborhood watering hole. Check out a whole list of his favorite spots on ofakind.com!
  • DoubleDeuce
    This place is full charm. Lots of cozy charm, a little extra riotous at times and always fun.
  • Thomas E.
    Thomas EscherMai 3, 2010
    The grapevine says it's one of the oldest restaurants in town. It's definitely a cute and inexpensive food place. The burgers are amazing and the waitresses are really kind. Go and see for yourself.
  • Lisa Yvette L.heart icon on user image
    Lisa Yvette LJuly 22, 2013
    Great place to hang with my ol school homies. I hear there's some new trailer park trash that hangs there now. But, not deep enuff to threaten us regulars. No chance! Don would never let it happen!
  • Shawn S.heart icon on user image
    Shawn SmithJuni 20, 2017
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    Everything is good from the front of house to the very back!! Been coming here for years and I won’t stop!
  • Emilio V.heart icon on user image
    Emilio VitoloJanuar 5, 2015
    Fantastic jazz music real old world and good eats !
  • Sam O.heart icon on user image
    Sam OriachJuly 22, 2017
    Oldest bar in the neighborhood. Laid back, unpretentious, and wallet-friendly. Bartenders are really nice.
  • Sean S.heart icon on user image
    Sean SalmonMärz 11, 2016
    When the weather is good, take it outside to the sidewalk with everyone else.
  • Annaheart icon on user image
    AnnaJuly 6, 2015
    One of the oldest bars in NYC! Great selection of draft beers and the food is delicious too!
  • Marthaheart icon on user image
    MarthaFebruar 18, 2015
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    historic bar. no frills. very local crowd. good beer and food. love it.
  • Carolynheart icon on user image
    CarolynJanuar 19, 2015
    Classic New York. Hop in here when the weather's nice and drink a beer outside.
  • Lindsey L.
    Lindsey LSeptember 5, 2011
    Bring your scruffy mutt on a hot summer afternoon. Sit outside and have a pint of something fresh and crispy.
  • Barker B.
    Barker BlackMai 18, 2012
    Steeped in history, this is the quintessential New York Neighborhood bar.
  • Clare R.heart icon on user image
    Clare ReidyFebruar 16
    Live jazz on a Sunday here is an experience you have to have at least once in New York
  • WillMcD
    WillMcDOktober 15, 2011
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    1871 this place was 5 ft from the hudson. Today its said to be haunted. Clear your night you're gonna wanna stay for a few pints. Get the Ear Ale. Only served here. Brewed by Brooklyn Brewery. Cheers
  • Caroline S.heart icon on user image
    Caroline SchulweisSeptember 27, 2017
    Live music on Sunday nights! Has outdoor seating and lots of character.
  • Elena P.
    Elena PolyakovaAugust 11, 2015
    Very cozy place with long real history. Amazing mussels! Yummy...
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYMärz 30, 2010
    Have you seen Mickey? The Ear Inn sits in an 1817 building that has been home to a bar for much of its existence and is supposedly haunted by a frisky sailor named Mickey.
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