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Watering Hole Name Location, Owners, Bartenders, etc.
Aldeen Aldeen Bar from Donna Beggi.
Alfano's Corner of 87th Street and Third Avenue.
All Ireland This bar was owned by Kathy's grand aunt and was located on Third Avenue between 79th and 80th Streets. My grand aunt had a bar called the "All Ireland" which was located on Third Avenue between 79th and 80th street.  It was originally replaced with a Japanese restaurant. 
Anchor Located on 2nd Avenue between 76th and 77th Streets.
Arnie's On York Avenue between 79th and 80th Streets.
Bailey's Pub Corner of 85th Street and York Avenue. Called Loftus in the 60's.  In the late 70's it was called Tierney's. Then it became Bailey's. Per Kathleen K.
Barney Googles Barney Googles replace the Loreli Bar and Restaurant on 86th Street during the 70s.
Barnfire Saturday evenings on 59th.
Barrymore's On York Avenue between 75th and 76th Sts. I had my first drink there. Aunt Nancy, the barmaid (not my aunt but back then they were called barmaids). I was underage but told me one drink wouldn't kill me. by Jackie Gomez
Bavarian Inn The Bavarian Inn was located on
Becker's On 93rd Street and 2nd Avenue. Per Walter
Beggi's Steakhouse and Tavern Corner of 85th Street and 1st Avenue. Just received an email from Donna Beggi who promised to look for some pictures from Beggi's
Berlin Bar The Berlin bar was on the southeast corner of 86th Street and 3rd Avenue, just diagonally across the street from the Papaya stand. Per Plang.
Birthday Bar on York Avenue and 76th Street
Black Horse on 72nd and 1st Avenue
Blondie's On 2nd Avenue between 92nd and 93rd Streets. per Sheila Kelly
Bogie's There was a bar called Bogie's on 81st and 82nd or 82nd and 83rd and 2nd Avenue on the west side of the street in the 60s.   
Brady's Pub (still there) Corner of 82nd & 2nd Avenue.
Brandy's On 84th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues.
Brauhaus On 1st Ave, close to 81st Street.
Breen's
84th between Third and Lexington. Pool table in back. Could be fun. I learned to drink Bourbon there and it's still my drink. by Vikki Kavanagh. I thought it was on 85th, not 84th and was entered by walking downstairs from the sidewalk.
Jimmy and Bernie Breen were the owners. I do not recall a pool table?
Breffney Arms On Third Avenue between 80th and 81st Streets.  This bar was owned by the Kathy's family. By Kathy Grunwald.
Brennan's Bar Anyone remember Brennan's Pub on Lexington Avenue between 93rd and 94th Streets? by Drucifer
Brewery Several building that were part of Ruppert Brewery
Brewery Restaurant 2nd Avenue between 91st and 92nd Streets.
Broderick's Bar Broderick's bar is located at 78th Street on the NE corner on 1st Avenue.
Broken Drum Between 82nd and 83rd Street on 2nd Avenue.
Bruder Bros On2nd Avenue between 91st and 92nd Streets. Room in the back for weddings, christenings, birthdays, etc. per Phil Jelnicky
Bryne's Cafe Bryne's Cafe was located on Third Avenue on 74th Street.
Cafe 95 on 95th Street and Third Avenue.
Cafe Bismarck located on 86th Street
Carney's On 3rd between 74th and 75th Streets in the 70s. We had a ball every Friday and Saturday night. per Anthony Bibus.
Carlow's (East) is still on the west side of Lexington Avenue between 84th and 85th. by LeroyM,

Carlow East 1254 Lexington Ave. It's had the same name through three owners, the first was Kathleen Mulvey...then Billy Burns & Jimmy Hyland...then Sean Spratt (the current owner) who sold newspapers & shined shoes in the same bar when he was a kid. per Noreen Feeney Spratt

Carrey Nation on 70th and 1st
Carroll's between 83rd and 84th Streets, on the west side of Lexington Avenue. by LeroyM
Carroll's On 3rd. between 89th and 90th.
Castle Hill Between 95th and 96 Street on Third Ave., up the street from the Cafe 95. By James Brady.
Central Tavern The Central Tavern was located on Third Avenue between 74th and 75th Streets.
Charades Corner of 93rd Street on 2nd Avenue.
Chatterbox On 92nd Street and 1st Avenue, on the east side of the street. per  Annette N Cusumano Samuelson.
Coribb Inn On 92nd Street and 2nd Avenue. I thought this was on the Southeast corner of 96th and Second?
Cousin Hugo Cousin Hugo Bar as provided by Donna Beggi.
Cozy Corner Corner of 85th Street and 2nd Avenue. Used to play skeeball at the Cozy Corner. Remember the the steel circle like a hockey puck. You would slide it down the wooden surface to knock down the pins. Was anyone good at skeeball? Now with some pictures.
The Crocked Fence On the east side of 1st Avenue, between 80th and 81st Streets.
Disco's On 1st and 2nd Avenues in the 80s. per Sheila Kelly
Donohue's Marty, My dad also own a bar restaurant on 70th and 71st and Lexington Avenue at 966, called Donohue's by Brian Donohue
(Patty) Donnelly's
Hi Again Marty, Thought I'd keep you busy. There was another bar the 70's 92nd St crew used to hang at called (Patty) Donnelly's, it was on 92nd and 3rd Ave. My mom Gladys used to work the kitchen there while the Rupert/Knickerbocker towers were going up. Take care, Andy Roth.

Marty; you asked what block I lived on, 92nd Street off 3rd which you had listed as Donnelly Bar but before that it was O'Halloran's Bar who was my grand father. We lived above it, he sold it in1956. James Toomey (05/14/13).

Donovan's Donovan's was located on Third Avenue on 90th Street. Donovan's was owned by Tim Donovan. It was on the Northwest corner. Main entrance on Third with side entrance on 90th.
Dorian's Red Hand (formerly known as McCoy's) - Corner of 84th Street and 2nd Avenue. 
Dotty's Dotty's was located between 78th and 79th Streets on First Avenue. Dotty and Roy were the owners. Per Lorie Scheck.
Ed Dowling Does anybody remember Ed Dowling (up Tipperary!), the Prince of the Pubs in the old days. He was well known in all the good joints. George McIntyre
Drake's Drum On 2nd Avenue between 84th and 85th Streets.
Dressner's Dressner's was on York Ave between 78th and 79th streets then they moved to 88 street between 2nd and third Avenue.
Dressner's Dressner's also had this location on 88th Street but maintain the York Avenue location.
Dublin Bay On 87th Street between Lexington and Park Avenue. Closer to Lexington on the south side of the street. Jack worked there for a while after the Old Timers was sold. By James Brady
East Casino Bar On 76th Street and 1st Avenue.
Elaine's On 2nd Avenue between 89th and 90th Streets.
Emmett's On 77th and 1st . by Sheila Kelly
Finland Bar On 86th Street.
Finnegan's Wake On 1st Avenue between 72nd and 73rd Streets. per Sheila Kelly
Fishers Fishers was on Lexington Avenue between 85th and 86th Streets. Remember being able to go there when we were 16 and 17 years old. We just stayed relatively quiet in the background and they would let us hang out.  by Joe joeytomato@cox.net
Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick's on First Ave 86th and 87th. My brother was bartender there for awhile in the late fifties  The St Pat parade ended there after the pipers marched down 86th st. by joan gallagher

Fleming's On 86th Street. per Sheila Kelly.
Forrester's 84th Street between 3rd & Lex. Ave, now called Nicole's
Freddy's (became Gerry's) On 94th Street and 2nd Avenue.
Friend's On 88th Street. per Sheila Kelly
Gambrinus (Elaine's) On the north west corner of 88th Street and 2nd Avenue.
Gansfuss bar On 93rd Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues.
Gene Martin's Bar

Then there was gene martins bar on First Ave and 87th and 88th once a year you could watch the circus elephants march down 1st Avenue.  I believe the square tavern you have listed was the place called Long's when I was a kid in the thirties.  Joan Gallagher

Gene's Tavern Gene's Tavern was located on the corner of 84th Street and York Avenue.
Gilmartin's Bar On 96th Street and Third Avenue.
Gleason's Bar On 75th Street and York Avenue. Thanks George McIntyre
Gordian Knot On York Avenue and 84th Street. Formerly called The Old Timers and now called Saloon. per Sheila Kelly
Greenleaf on 83rd Street - Where?
Gus and Helen's On York Avenue on the corner of 83rd Street. Marie's father, (Name?)     was the bartender in the late 40's.mes, I'll add them.
Heidelberg Restaurant On 2nd Avenue between 85th and 86th Street.
Hooligan's Between 93rd and 94th Street on 2nd Avenue. per Sheila Kelly
Home On 90th Street and 2nd Avenue.
Hudson Bay Inn on 76th &2nd. per George McIntyre
Hutter's On 1st Avenue, close to 80th Street.
Innisfree owned by John Rogers, west side of 2nd Ave. 87 & 88 Sts.?
Inwood Lounge Have to be in the Inwood area. Dion/Belmonts/Del Satins were hot.
IRELAND 32 "IRELAND 32" 3RD AVE 80TH & 81 STS WEST
SIDE, LATER BECAME "THE FOREST"
Irish's Restaurant & Bar on the corner of 91st Street and 1st Avenue
Irish Restaurant The Irish Restaurant on 91st Street
Jack's

There was a bar called Jacks on 86th Street, between Second and First Avenues, closer to First and on the uptown side of the street. There was a time when Paddy, myself, and Joe Farrell spent more time there than the Cozy Corner or Old Timers. Jack was in love with his dog and used to call his dog his girlfriend. Regards Jim Brady.

Jagger House On 84th & 85th Streets on Lexington Ave across from Carlow East, who's owners were Billy Burns and Jimmy Hyland, sold to new owners a few yrs. ago and now managed by Sean Spratt.
Jennettes On the east side of 1st Avenue, between 80th and 81st Streets.
Jimmy Byrnes On 79th Street and 2nd Avenue. per Sheila Kelly
Joe Gleason's How about Joe Gleason, the "Toots Shore" of Yorkville, and the keeper of the greatest bar ever. Anybody hear from Joe? per George McIntyre
Joe's Place corner of 2nd Avenue and 81st Street 
Johnny Breitfellers on 92nd, between First and Second Aves.
Keane and Furey's Across Third, maybe 20 yards South of 90th, was Keane and Furey's. John Keane was one of the owners.
Kissenmockers On East End Avenue and 82nd Street.
Linden The Linden Bar and Restaurant was located on 86ht Street, just west of the Loew's theatre. Best French fries in Yorkville.
Little Finland Between 84th and 85th on 2nd Ave.
Little John's bar On 76th Street and York Avenue. Little John's offered free hamburgers on Monday nights before there was Monday Night Football!!! George McIntyre
Little Platzel Between 84th and 85th on 2nd Ave. Trudy Ehmer was the barmaid in Little Platzel and Schubert Hall.
Little Village FRank's Little Village provided by Donna Walsh-Beggi.
Loftus Tavern  On the south east corner of 85th Street and York Avenue. Now called Bailey's Pub.
Loreli's The Loreli Restaurant from 86th Street
Lyles Bar On 95th Street and 1st Avenue.
Lyric
There was the Lyric Bar on Lexington Ave. between 76th and 77th Streets. I was there into the Sixties; not sure when it closed. Had some good times there. by Vikki Kavanagh
Mac Mahon's Another war era bar picture with a bond rally. This was trukly the bonding of a community for the war.
Mad Hatters On 79th Street and 2nd Avenue. per Sheila Kelly
Malcolm's On 79th Street. Per Lorie Scheck
Martell's On Third Avenue and 83rd Street. per Sheila Kelly
McCarren's There was also a bar on 75th and first called McCarren's - that was up to the early 1950's I think. My brother used to go there on leave and sometimes would take me in by the side (Ladies) entrance when I was little. My father didn't approve, but he took me anyway. by Vikki Kavanagh
Mc Envoys McEvoys was on the east side of 1st Avenue between 83rd and 84th Streets.
Mc Sherrys At 76th and 3rd Ave. Tom Fleming was the bartender.  by Vikki Kavanagh
Manhattan This was the bar next to the Ireland 32 on Third Avenue and where the Dougherty family hung out at in the early years with the John and Katie Duffy.
Merry Ploughboy
The Merry Ploughboy - Second Avenue in the low Eighties - I think near Dorrians. The owners name was Chris. Loved that place, One St. Pat's a guy with an Orange Tie cause a problem - went through the window.
Tough.
Mike's (Bucket of blood) - 2nd Avenue between 90th and 91st Streets.
Mother's Between 85th and 86th Street on the west side of 1st Avenue.
Mr Laff's per Sheila Kelly
Mumbles On 2nd Avenue and 91st Street. per Sheila Kelly
Murphy's Bar Corner of 87th and 1st Avenue.
Ned's On 94th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues.
No name On 80th Street and 2nd Avenue, owned by Natasha and her daughter Vickie was the barmaid.
Northstar Bar On 94th Street and Third Avenue.
O'Brien's Bar On 94th Street and Third Avenue.
O'Rourke's A war bonds rally outside O'Rourke's Restaurant and Bar. Bar was located in the lower 70s I believe. And on the corner of 75th and 3rd per Anthony Bibus
Okee Dokee Bar On 84th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenue.
Old Blarney Stone On 1st Avenue. per Sheila Kelly
Old Brew House Looking for the Old Brew House location.
Old Brewery On 2nd Ave between 91st. & 92nd. Sts. with the Moose head over the door to dance floor, every now and then some one would put a lit cigarette between the lips of it.
Old Gaf Old Gaf was located on 85th Street, just west of 2nd Avenue.
Old Heidleberg On 2nd Avenue between 94th and 95th Streets. John (Baldy) Kelly took ownership later on.
Old New York On 2nd Avenue between 81st and 82nd Streets. per Lorie Scheck
Old Stream On the south side of 85th and just west of Beggi's.
Old Timers Bar Jack Sandune's place, between 83rd and 84th Street and York Avenue, later became DL Sutins and Gordian's Knot and then the Saloon.
Paddy Quinns 76th and 1st, nor of The Hudson Bay Inn on 76th &2nd. per "George McIntyre"
Paradise Bar On Third Avenue between 88th and 89th Streets.
Park Lane On 78th Street and 3rd Avenue.
Pat Barry's on York between 83rd and 82nd east side of the Ave.
Paula's Wine Bar On 92nd Street on the east side of 1st Avenue. per Walter Orloff
Pem's Bar This bar was owned by one of Kathy's cousins. I think it was located on 3rd Avenue between 89th and 90th or 90th and 91st Street.  It is no longer there. I am not sure what is there now.
Penguin Bar On the West side of York Avenue, between 79th and 80th Street, closer to 79th.
Poncho Villa's On 2nd Abvenue between 78th and 79th Streets. per Sheila Kelly
The Powder Room In the 60's, 80's on 2nd Avenue.
Powers and Costello's Corner of 87th Street and York Avenue.
Red Blazer The Red Blazer was owned by Denis Carey and was located on the east side of 2nd Avenue between 80th and 82ns Streets. (Not sure which block).
Reif's Tavern Reif's tavern is located at 302 East 92nd Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues.
The Right Place On 79th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues and it was called Mike Malkan's before that. per Sheila Kelly
Riviera Lounge On 73rd Street and York Avenue.
Rohr's Bar, Restaurant and Catering in current Yorkville.
Rotesand Window sign says Dine and Dance
Ruppert's Brewery Ruppert's Brewery located on the 90s spread over a few blocks.
Ryan's Daughter Located at 350 East 85th Street. Per Ingrid Johynson
Salty Dog On 2nd Avenue and 83rd Street. per Kathleen Perney Mohamed
Scotland Yard On 84th between 2nd and 3rd Avenues.
Shamrock The east side of 2nd Avenue between 81st and 82nd Streets. CharlieG
Shanley's West side of 2nd Avenue, between 84th and 85th Streets.
Sheehan's Speaking of bars how about Sheehan's on Third Avenue. By Batt156@aol.com
Shortalls Bar On 78th Street and 3rd Avenue.
Shubert Hall East 84th Street between 2nd & 3rd Avenues. Trudy Ehmer was the barmaid in Little Platzel and Schubert Hall.
Side Street Pub on 84th 2&3rd Ave.. Owned by Eddie Opfer... Before that was Schubert Hall. per John Denoia
Silbits 71swt and 2nd Avenue.
Sirni's Bar Sirniís Bar, owned by the Sirni family, was on East side of 2nd Avenue, a few doors South of 83rd Street.
Smile's Bar Smiles Bar was a little further down between 74th and 73rd Streets on the east side of Lexington Avenue.
Smith's Bar Need location. I believe that this is the bar that was on 41st Street and 8th Avenue.
Sports Corner on 96th Street.
Square Tavern On East side York Avenue, between 80th and 81st Street. (owned by John Tobin).
Stampede Another bar call the Stampede on 81st and 82nd on 2nd Avenue on the east side at the same time, circa 60s.
Suzie's There was a bar on the west side of 1st Ave near the corner of 82nd Street. It was there in the late 40's and 50's when I lost track of Yorkville. John Gibbons, Statesboro, GA.
Tancredi's Between 88th and 89th on the east side of York Avenue.
Tavern on First On 1st Avenue between 87th and 88th Streets.
Three Swans on 2nd Avenue and 92nd Street.
Tittle Tattle On 1st Avenue between 64th and 65th Streets. by Sheila Kelly
Tom and Lou's Bar Thomas and Anna Dragositz with uncle Lou Nemeth owned this bar on 92nd Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues.
Joe's Triboro Bar On 2nd Ave between 93rd & 94th Street owned by the Wagner's. Another picture from inside the Triboro Bar from Edward Bray.
Tumble Inn Correction from Rosanna, the Tumble Inn was located at 1712 First Avenue.
The Twilight Walsh Bros. (The Twilight) owned a bar east side of 3rd Ave. between 93rd & 94th Streets, close to O'Briens. 
Unknown Bar a few bar pictures of unknown bars
Unknown Bar Across 90th, on the Southwest corner was another bar - double-door main entrance on Third and also side entrance on 90th.
Unknown Bar There was also a bar / restaurant on the Southeast corner of Lexington and 87th. The name escapes me.
Unknown Bar One more: a small place on the East side of Second between 94th and 95th. Starting from 94th was the gas station which took up about a third of the block; then a tenement and this bar was in that building
Unknown Bar On 75th Street between 1st and York Avenues. My oparents used to hang out in there. by Pat McMahon
Vinegar Hill's (Tony Joe's) Corner of First Ave. and 92nd St. Also known as Peggy Kehoe's in the 60's and 70's
Wagner's Bar On 2nd Avenue between 93rd and 94th Streets. Per Jim Gilmartion
The Wagon Wheel On the Northeast corner of 89th Street and 2nd Avenue.
Waltzing Matilda Waltzing Matilda was owned by Gino Riordan and was located on the west side of 2nd Avenue, between 81st and 82nd Streets, around mid-block.
White Horse On Second Ave. near 90th St.
Wicked Wolf On 84th Street and 2nd Avenue.
Yorkville Inn On 2nd Avenue and 88th Street. per Sheila Kelly
Your Father's Mustache  
   
If anybody has pictures, either the old days or a current picture, send them along in an email to Marty. It there is a watering hole that is not on the above list, send the facts along so that it can be added.

 

 

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Bar Tab Story

Received an email from Donna Beggi. Send in the pictures Donna.

Hi.......my name is Donna Beggi.  My husband's family (Billy Beggi) owned "Beggi's Steakhouse" on 85th street.  I am sure I could get photo's from the steakhouse if you are interested from my father-in-law....Joe Beggi.

On a side note......Tavern On First  (88th and 1st)  is owned by my husband Billy and his two life long friends Teddy & Timmy.  There is a website for the bar as well.....Tavernonfirst.com  It was just in my husband's blood to own a bar in Yorkville and he did it.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Cheers,

Donna Beggi


Many years ago, a few of us were sitting in the Heidelberg Restaurant on 2nd Avenue between 85th and 86th Streets. a quiet evening and terry Hart passed by and stopped in for a beer. It was classic Terry hart. He announced to the bartender, "Innkeeper, wine for my men and water for my horses". Terry has a strange sense of humor. It seemed to lighten the moment. Other times, you walked away when he came. Sort of like my brother Paddy at times.


Yorkville's Watering Holes. A great pace in those early days of Yorkville. Sometimes, families were there on special occasions, some other families spent a lot of time there. Consequently, quite a few of us spent a lot of time at some of these establishments. What was your favorite?

I'd like to thank the following people for contributing the correct names and addresses for the establishments listed below.

Here's something new for those of you that miss their favorite watering hole. A few years ago I was able to track down the grandson of P & C's on York Avenue and 87th Street to try and get some some pictures of the bars we all knew. Unfortunately, he had nothing and all the memories are gone. All the baseball teams that came from that bar.... Well, Andy stumbled onto a gold mine for those that got their refreshments at Reif's Tavern at 302 East 92nd Street. It's still around and they found the internet to share some memories and see what they're doing now at Reif's Tavern.

Teresa Louise Joe Scepko Stacey Mac Mike Mac 72  LeroyM

Special thanks to Joe Scepko for supplying the correct location of Smith's Bar. I believe this is the same bar that a lot of Marines from Camp LeJeune, North Carolina knew about. Every Sunday afternoon, we would be lined up outside the bar waiting for our ride back to Camp LeJeune, 600 miles away, a good 12 hour trip. I was lucky, in four years, I was only in about 5 wrecks for those long trips. Ever pass a stop sign at 60 miles per hour. I did. Thanks for the correction Joe.


Re the List of Bars
Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2013



Corrib Inn - I thought this was on the Southeast corner of 96th and Second?

Breen's - I thought it was on 85th, not 84th and was entered by walking downstairs from the sidewalk.
Jimmy and Bernie Breen were the owners. I do not recall a pool table?

Donovan's was owned by Tim Donovan. It was on the Northwest corner. Main entrance on Third with side entrance on 90th.

Across 90th, on the Southwest corner was another bar - double-door main entrance on Third and also side entrance on 90th.

Across Third, maybe 20 yards South of 90th, was Keane and Furey's. John Keane was one of the owners.

There was also a bar / restaurant on the Southeast corner of Lexington and 87th. The name escapes me.

One more: a small place on the East side of Second between 94th and 95th. Starting from 94th was the gas station which took up about a third of the block; then a tenement and this bar was in that building;

then a two-lane inside ramp to a two-story garage; then two more (?) tenements - Klauer's Deli was in one and the O'Connells Pat, Lena, Bob (OLGC Class of 1954,) Michael, Dennis and Jimmy lived on the top floor. Pat did pigeons.
There was another retail store and then Mary's Luncheonette on the corner at 95th.

Charlie Rakovic (302 E 95th and OLGC Class of 1954) married Barbara Jahelka (sp?) whose family lived in the building with the bar.

Philip Wilson also lived at 302 and was also OLGC Class of 1954. His sister, Kathleen, was OLGC Class of 1959.
Gloria Rakovic was either one or two years behind Charlie and Philip.

(I am Philip.)


I use the Yorkville Message Board for any new references to any watering holes in Yorkville. If you see one that is missing let me know in an email to Marty. If there was something special about the place, I'll add that in the description/location.

Some of the bars are linked to pictures on other pages. Just click on the link and scroll down the page to the bar. 

Here is the original Yorkville Message Board started many years ago and still has a following that only posts on the Original Yorkville Message Board. Stop by if you get a chance.


Some of the links below will be set up to link to the respective streets for those interested in giving me some information about the people that hung out on those streets. Here's your chance to add some info on your street. Even a picture would be appreciated. A little information on your street will add a little color to each street. Come on, give me some info.... Send to Marty.

 

 

  

 
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