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Stopped by after visiting the Statue of Liberty and financial district. Atmosphere was good and the food was pretty decent, filling and good value for money. Staff were friendly and attentive even though the place was very busy.
My wife and I visited the dead rabbit on our recent trip to NYC. I stumbled across it online, not previously known about it. I booked a table at the Taproom area of the restaurant.
We arrived 10 mins before our time but the table...wasn’t ready. We waited in the very busy bar for 5 mins then we were taken to our table. The table was right next to the engraver of the washrooms. People using the bathroom we’re passing in very close proximity to us. My wife found this very uncomfortable. The place was packed so there was no way we could of moved to another table.
The food.. oh dear. This is what disappointed the most. It was below average to say the least. My wife ordered fish and chips, I ordered the house burger. They both came out in record time and could not of been made fresh. Plus the house burger was supposed to be served in a seeded bun, but it wasn’t. It was served in a normal bun. I was going to say something but noticed other burgers being served with the same buns. At $24 this burger was not good value for money. Yes there was a great atmosphere in the bar area with the live music but the food was a real let down.More
Boy had the fish and chips and I had the cheese and ham toastie. Fish and Chips soddy and mushy peas bland. Cheese and ham toastie was horribly greasy and bad quality meat given the price. Cocktails were good especially the irish coffee but overall...better value out there.More
We had lways wanted to visit the Dead Rabbit and was able to do so on our trip to NYC last week , we were not disappointed , - a really good atmosphere coupled with great quality food, drink and service .
This is my second trip to the Dead Rabbit and it doesn't put a foot wrong. It feels like a modern Irish pub from home, and the cocktails are creatively delicious. The Irish Coffee was the best I've ever tasted. We went for food this...time, and the fried chicken was perfect. Thanks to Annie at the bar for great drinks and great craic.More
Oh my god! You seriously have to visit this amazing beautiful quirky and utterly fabulous pub if you are in New York,
Ground floor is sawdust floors and all about the beer, 2nd floor is for cocktails and just wow! From the welcome- we were...invited to walk round go have a look, then taken upstairs to our seats where we enjoyed fantastic courtesy, service, cocktails and food. The truffle fries….. my god - they are to die for 10/10 for everything chaps, from the welcome to the ta ta . Dead Rabbit 🐇 you ARE the best, Thankyou.More
This place it tiny and LOUD. The tables are jammed together and it gets mobbed all hours. You have to have a reservation to get in. The food is very good and the service is on point. For NYC Visitors it is worth a visit....HOWEVER, unless you work down there or are taking the ferry to SI? It is wayyyyyyyyyyy to far downtown taking local subways that seem to stop every mile. If you fit the model commute Customer? A great watering hole to meet friendsMore
A group of 9 kids, teens adults spent a few enjoyable hours in this cosy pub. We all had food which was delicious - the chicken curry was particularly good. Service was friendly and efficient. Really enjoyed our visit!
Popped in for shelter from the rain, ended up staying the afternoon, literally only left due to reservations elsewhere.
All staff very friendly however Annie went above and beyond, recommending drinks to warm us up and helping us to get reservations in a beautiful steak...restaurant closer to our hotel the next evening.
After chatting for a while it turned out we had mutuals back in Belfast, absolutely mind blowing
Massively regret not having enough time to go back again.
10/10 from us, even left with a Guinness pump as a souvenirMore
Our party of 6 sat in a Harry Potter type of train compartment table. The waitress was great, she attentively described the drink choices and made recommendations. We ordered appetizers, drinks, and main courses for each person in our party. Unfortunately, the fish and chips...were inedible; soggy, and greasy. The broccoli bowl was bland; didn't have enough dressing and was mainly lettuce. We will not be back for food but may try the bar.More