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St Marks Ale House

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2 St Marks Pl (at at Third Ave.)
New York, NY 10003
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(212) 260-9762
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St Marks Ale House - New York, NY
St Marks Ale House - New York, NY
St Marks Ale House - New York, NY
St Marks Ale House - New York, NY
St Marks Ale House - New York, NY

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Best

We've been stopping by the ale house for a little over a year now. Great place to go to watch a game or just hang out on a Saturday night. They have so many TVs and if you ask n...

Worst

They print off what they claim to be an iron clad road map to the games and tell their customers not to 'cry about the placement of games because we will not move them'. Pros: ...

Terrible. 10/2/2010

This place is just rude at every sense of the word. They have no regards at all. Poor service. Take too long to get your orders. Rats running around the floors especially the bathrooms. The drinks aren't even of quality and are watered down versions of them. The bartenders are easily the worst I ever handled in my life. This place either needs a new management, or a re-invention because this is one of the lowest end of bars in the whole St Marks area which is great. more

Never go to this place!! 8/2/2009

First off let me note that I am 21 and of age to drink. My ID was issued in Texas because that is where I lived when I receieved it and am up in NYC only for the summer. I was denied into the bar for a supposed ""fake"" ID. He also denied my friend who I was with who was also 21 with a legit ID. He never tried to make sure it was completely legit. He looked at it for a second told me no and informed me I needed to try harder! How do I try harder with a state issued license. I will never return to that establishment ever again and if you want friendly service when you want to relax and drink a beer, I would suggest to not go to this bar! more

So much potential...wake up, management! 11/2/2008

The closest true Chicago Bears bar is Gael's on the upper east. This place is literally wall to wall with Bears jerseys, and has the potential to be THE GO-TO BAR for Bears fans that dont want to go all the way uptown. Pros: Excellently equipped for sunday football Cons: A bar that doesnt' listen to what its customers are SCREAMING at it. more

Great bartenders, good drink selection, tons of TVs 10/29/2008

We've been stopping by the ale house for a little over a year now. Great place to go to watch a game or just hang out on a Saturday night. They have so many TVs and if you ask nicely they never seem to mind finding you a spot to watch your game. Not the cheapest bar I've been too, but the staff is so friendly they make you want to come keeping back. The waitresses are cute, but not always the quickest getting your order, so try and sit at the bar especially if Danny or Brian is working. Pros: Great neighborhood-y bar in the East Village. Cons: $$$, don't give a ton of buybacks more

A disgrace to George Halas... 10/12/2008

This is supposedly a Chicago Bear's bar, but there is absolutely no way of knowing this from the atmosphere. There was only 1 television in the entire bar with the Bear's game on, and when we asked the manager if the game could be put on another television, we were quickly shot down. Not only could we barely see the score of the game, but our waitress came straight out of the depths of hell to make our experience even more unenjoyable. I'd seriously rather watch the game at O'hare airport. Trust me, any high ratings that you read about this place came directly from the owners themselves. Cons: THUMBS DOWN! Save yourself! more

BEAR DOWN CHICAGO BEARS 10/1/2008

One of the best places in New York to watch a Bears game on Sunday. The place is so packed with fans wearing Bears paraphernalia you would swear you were in Chicago. For fans of other teams, you may have better luck at another bar if your game is at the same time as the Bears. Pros: Sea of Bears fans, cheap beer. Cons: Food is nothing to write home about. more

Wonderful bar, good food, you leave content 11/27/2007

Some friends and I came by this place by accident and it has become a staple in my after-work life ever since. Everyone I've taken to this place adores the muchos nachos platter, the cocktails and ale service. The bartender is always great, the TVs nice and switched to every game you could imagine, the only thing is the music is a tad loud, but it's a great mix of alternative, hard rock, old school grunge. Pros: Great food, good drinks, nice staff, great music Cons: Sometimes the waitress can be a bit tardy in taking orders more

Terrible for Sunday Football. Good bar but terrible and hypocritical television management...simply awful. 10/1/2007

They print off what they claim to be an iron clad road map to the games and tell their customers not to 'cry about the placement of games because we will not move them'. Pros: Food, beer, Cons: Television mind scrambling more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    For a worn wood-and-brass place with 24 tap beers, sports-boasting TVs and memorabilia in every line of sight, and a framed print of Belushi in his ""Animal House"" days, this...

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Additional information

  • Hours:

    24 hours Monday - Sunday Check-in after 2pm Check-out at 11am
  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, East Village

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