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Established in 2000. Playwright Celtic Pub is the second act of the successful Playwright franchise here in New York City! In the heart of the theater district and just steps from Hell's Kitchen, the Playwright welcomes locals and visitors alike for 4 floors of Irish welcome!
US$ 15 - US$ 30
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, After-hours, Drinks
American, Irish, Bar, Pub, International
Takeout, Seating, Waitstaff, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards
All reviews fish and chips bangers and mash chicken pot pie burger bruschetta wings salmon rooftop bar irish coffee times square new york cold beer on tap broadway show the theater district quick bite seated right away
We Decided On The $30 Fixed Price Menu Which With The Steak You Added $6.....
Salad To Start With Blue Cheese Sauce Followed By A Steak
Well I’ll Tell You The $6 Was Well Worth It, Never Have I Had A Steak So Juicy And...More
We came here for lunch before Hamilton and found it to be a nice Irish pub, just as advertised.
I had a buffalo chicken wrap which was smaller than I expected but it was very tasty. Someone I was with had the Irish stew and...More
Great place with a busy atmosphere, as we had been walking plenty over the first few days of our trip we wanted to sit in one place before grabbing a cab. We were there for 3 hours of food and drinks. Great measures on the...More
In May we went to the rooftop bar after a show. Service was good. Went again in December for a pre theatre meal. They were gracious and accomodating since my date was late. Burger (with some special food restrictions) was perfect. I will return.
Food good, messy burger $20 & a cheddar beef burger $16, which was both good, kids meals $15 was a good price for a meal and Ice cream. 2x cokes and 1 pint of IPA and the Bill came to $96 inc 15% gratuity, seemed...More
I first found this place on my own after failing to get a ticket in the Hamilton lottery. I was soaked through and cold, and went into the first place I saw. The bartender took one look at me and said, "You look like you...More
We went there for convenience prior to show and good reviews. Seating was prompt and friendly. Service was very good. Food was ok. One teen had burger and fries and the other has penne with chicken. Nothing special. I had chicken pot pie. Crust was...More