Ryan’s Daughter

Bars , Sports Bars Upper East Side
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Venue says: "Finish off those dog days of summer with us! Try a 16 oz Narragansett Del's Shandy, just $5, perfect for cooling off."

Come for the free chips, stay for the uptown pub’s oddly compelling charm. Sip a Guinness or an Irish coffee speckled with cinnamon, and admire the eclectic decor: Jameson mirrors, Tiffany-style lamps and…cowboy boots protruding from the ceiling? The presence of a shooting-hoops game is just as befuddling, but it doesn’t prevent the martini-sipping crowd from resembling those at most UES after-work hangs.

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When first opened in 1979, Ryan's Daughter was a "New Pub on an Old Spot". In fact, a bar had been at 350 East 85th Street since the Prohibition Era. During that time, it operated not so much as a speakeasy or gin-joint, but a local club. Today, almost four decades later, she still stands in the heart of historic Yorkville. A proud member of this ever-changing community and all grown up, she carries on the traditions of the classic neighborhood pub. Every new face will feel at home, with the good service and fair prices that long-time regulars have come to expect. Ryan's Daughter strives to serve as a connection back to the tavern culture of bygone days. Join us at the main bar or book your event in our private room on the second floor!
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Venue name: Ryan’s Daughter
Contact:
Address: 350 E 85th St between 1st & 2nd Ave.
New York
10028
Cross street: between First and Second Aves
Opening hours: Daily 10am–4am
Transport: Subway: 4, 5, 6 to 86th St
Price: Average drink: $5. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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