Jeremy’s Ale House

Bars , Sports Bars Financial District
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Jeremy's Ale House (Time Out, Photograph: Jessica Lin)
Time Out, Photograph: Jessica Lin
Jeremy's Ale House
Jeremy's Ale House (Time Out, Photograph: Jessica Lin)
Time Out, Photograph: Jessica Lin
Jeremy's Ale House

It’s happy hour in reverse: Jeremy’s 8 to 10am “eye opener” is just the ticket for day traders seeking liquid assets. The deal offers 32-ounce Styrofoam buckets of Coors for just $5. After work, you’ll find off-the-clock Wall Streeters and hard hats comfortably sharing the bar. Join them to nibble crispy fried clams while catching up on the game, broadcast on five televisions.

Venue name: Jeremy’s Ale House
Address: 228 Front St
New York
Cross street: between Beekman St and Peck Slip
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 8am–midnight; Sat 10am–midnight; Sun noon–midnight
Transport: Subway: A, C to Broadway–Nassau St; J, Z, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Fulton St
Price: Average drink: $6
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Joseph K

Easily my favorite dive bar in Manhattan. Look past the trashy bras that are hanging from the ceiling and you'll see some of the best beer prices in town. Yes, the beer is served in huge styrofoam cups but that just keeps it cold longer for your enjoyment. Off the menu, I highly recommend the BLT (I rarely order these anywhere but I'll get them every time at Jeremy's) and Jeremy's Loaded Chips. The service is pretty laissez-faire, but the entire staff is friendly.

If you like a good dive, this is your place.


Ummmm...... there are Bras on the ceiling and "Big Boi Cups" everywhere, that means that there's a bunch of Bra-less Chicks walking around? (Totally my first conversation with coworkers 2 seconds after walking in)

I came here after work to see the US futbol game after work. Lot's of standing room and a decent amount of fried food. I am told that the wings are great. Friendly staff, especially if you are a Girl.

They are the perfect dive bar by the old Seaport

Cookie Monster
moderatorStaff WriterTastemaker

Definitely a dive bar and rough around the edges, but easy enough for one or two jars (literally) to slide down.