The Most Extensive Happy Hour We’ve Ever Seen (7 Hours!) + Live Celtic Music in Kips Bay
From dim sum to a sushi bar, Flame Hibachi has your Asian food covered—and with so many deals along the way. ($15 lunch bento boxes, anyone?) Gather around the hibachi and watch your chef cook up some sea bass or skirt steak, or grab a table and order from the eclectic options including lobster potstickers, mushroom spring rolls, and sesame chicken. The space is traditionally elegant, yet casual—perfect for stuffing your face. Plus: It boasts one of the most extensive happy hours we've ever seen—from 12 to 7 p.m.!
Once you’ve completed your culinary tour of Asia, head on over to Ireland. Paddy Reilly’s Music Bar is a traditional pub—the likes of which you’d find in Belfast or Dublin. Of course, there's Irish whiskey and Guinness, but the bar also stocks the typical array of beer, wine, and liquor to make sure you’re satiated. Owned by Steve Duggan, a renowned Gaelic footballer, and Paddy Reilly, of The Dubliners, everything from the flooring to the lanterns are authentic—imported directly from Ireland to give the bar an “Isle of Eire” feel. Live Celtic music is a nightly treat!
381 3rd Avenue, Manhattan
Paddy Reilly's Music Bar
519 2nd Avenue, Manhattan