Greenwich Village & SoHo
Pubs & Pub Crawl
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Pub Crawl
1. Slaughtered Lamb
2. Barrow Street
3. White Horse
4. Peculier Pub
5. Four Faced Liar
6. Corner Bistro
7. Blind Tiger Ale H.
8. Bayard's Ale H.
9. Mr. Dennehy's
10. The Red Lion
11. The Stoned Crow
12. Fanelli Cafe
13. Jekyll and Hyde
Pubs & Pub Crawl:
"Pub" which is short for "Public House", can mean many things to many people, but for those who are familiar with Greenwich Village it implies a warm sense of place that serves fresh beer on tap, and usually warm food. The selected Pubs in the above map, and itemized below, were chosen by the for just that sense of place, and idealize some of the best Pubs in the West Village and SoHo. The line connecting them on the map is a suggested "Greenwich Village Pub Crawl".
1. The Slaughtered Lamb, 182 West 4th Street, at the corner of Jones
Enjoy a drink at the bar, or food in the pub area in front of a fire, or play a game of darts in the dungeon. The pubs open all year long.

2. Barrow Street Ale House, 15 Barrow Street, between West 4th Street and 7th Avenue South

3. White Horse Tavern, 567 Hudson Street, at the corner of Bank Street

4. The Peculier Pub, 145 Bleecker Street, between Thompson Street and LaGuardia
The Peculier Pub is a nice break from the otherwise loud music oriented spots along Bleecker Street. It also serves a great burger and has an incredible list of bottled and draft beers. “Peculier” is not spelled wrong. The Pub is named after “Old Peculier,” an English beer brewed by Theakson’s brewery, named in honour of the Peculier of Masham. The Peculier Pub was originally located on the corner of West 4th street, now ‘The Slaughtered Lamb.'

5.The Four Faced Liar, 165 West 4th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues
A haven for Irish ex-pats and West Village locals, the Four-Faced Liar is unpretentious and welcoming. The traditional pub strives to be what the Irish refer to as your 'local,' the place where the bartenders know your name and your drink and other patrons recognize you and a comfortable, relaxed environment

6. Corner Bistro, 331 West 4th Street, corner of Jane Street

7. Blind Tiger Ale House, 281 Bleecker Street, corner of Jones Street

8. Bayard's Ale House, 533 Hudson Street, corner of Charles Street

9. Mr. Dennehy's, 63 Carmine Street, between 7th Avenue South and Bedford Street

10. The Red Lion, 151 Bleecker Street, corner of Thompson Street

11. The Stoned Crow, 85 Washington Place, between 6th Ave. and Washington Sq. W.
The Stoned Crow is a classic friendly neighborhood bar, just steps from Washington Square Park. You can play a bit of pool, stare at the endless selection of movie posters and portraits on the walls (don't forget the walls in the bathroom!) and nibble on one of our fabulous hamburgers (from the chef that made the corner bistro famous).

12. Fanelli Cafe, 94 Prince Street, corner of Mercer Street
Fanelli's Cafe can legitimately make the claim that it is the second oldest food and drink establishment on the same site, in New York city since 1847. The Bridge Cafe dates from 1794. Pete's Tavern dates from 1851 and McSorley's Ale House from 1862.

13. Jekyll and Hyde, 91 Seventh Avenue South, between Barrow and Grove