O’Donoghue’s brings Irish charm to Midtown

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Located in the heart of New York City, O’Donoghue’s Pub and Restaurant is Midtown’s newest addition, perfectly blending the excitement of the Big Apple with Irish warmth and charm. Having opened their doors just four weeks ago, experienced Irishmen Derek Curtis of Co. Louth and Fergal Burke of Co. Galway have steered this brand new pub in the right direction, offering great food, drink and atmosphere in the heart of it all.

The location of O’Donoghue’s can’t be beaten. Just off Times Square, the pub is an ideal spot to bring visitors while taking a break from sightseeing and shopping. Equally convenient for the Theater District, O’Donoghue’s is a fantastic place for a delicious meal and a perfectly-pulled pint before or after the show.

With 24 beers on tap and an expansive wine list, there is something for everybody. Traditional Irish and American cuisine is served by a charming staff, and the kitchen opens early and closes late, so you can rest assured you will leave satisfied no matter when you get there.

For the after-work crowd, happy hour runs Monday through Friday. For sports fanatics O’Donoghue’s should be a new go-to, as it shows all major sporting events on 10 HD plasma flat screens, offering patrons food and drink specials during all the matches.

Operating through the holidays, O’Donoghue’s is the perfect place to bring visitors to rest their weary feet after a day of exploring the big city, or even better, for a big night out on the town. Open Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve, and located just around the corner from the most famous New Year’s celebration in the world, it could pay to plan your holidays around O’Donoghue’s.

O’Donoghue’s is located at 156 W. 44th Street, between 6th & 7th Avenue.



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