356 W 44th St, New York, NY | Directions 1003640.759381 -73.991316
Neighborhoods: Clinton, Midtown
What happened to this place ? – I once ate here on a regular basis until it became overcrowded. One exhausted employee spilled the beans about the overcrowding policy...it's all about the cash !!! Overbook ! Overbook ! Overbook ! The place becomes a fire hazard, drinks get spilled on unwitting patrons, service gets clogged, etc. I feel for the employees who do not seem to have a system in place when there are hundreds of patrons over the fire code. Sad because it used to be fun. Now it is just a dangerous, loud, obnoxious cow.
Great place – Great food and nice place to mellow out without it's being too pretentious or too much of a dive bar. I've been going especially on Thursday and especially on Friday nights to see the fun, entertaining video dj they've had there since the summer and didn't see him this past time, but he and the staff always are always very accomodating.
Best Irish pub in New York! – This is my first time ever writing a review. I've only been to the Irish Rogue once but it was such a cool place and I will definitely come back when I'm in town. They have very friendly bartenders. The atmosphere is chill. It's a great place to hang out and meet new friends. The Rogue is definitely the best Irish pub I've ever been to!
Best Bar in Hell's Kitchen! – We've lived in the neighborhood for a couple of years and the Irish Rogue has become our regular hangout. It's always a good time. The bartenders are your friends and the rest of the staff is friendly too! Mick, Roger, Sinead and Carol are the best!!! And the Irish brogues don't hurt either.
Friday night is especially fun because they play 80's music and show old 80's videos up on the screen, which is always provides a good laugh!
Even the food selection and quality is great, especially for an Irish pub!
This place stands out among the zillions of other generic Irish bars in Manhattan, and it's definitely worth checking out!
EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE, EXCELLENT FOOD, EXCELLENT PRICES, EXCELLENT EVERYTHING! – We had a private party upstairs for a close friend/fellow comic. The management went above and beyond their duties to make this party extra special. They even supplied the balloons! They greeted people, and sent them upstairs, and the staff was just great, from the bartender we had (Maggie) to the doormen! The food was phenominal (we got a whole bunch of appetizers ranging from Onion rings to Buffalo wings, which were made to perfection). The price is great, as was the music (It was 80's night too yeah!); and the drinks were not too strong, and came in these great glasses. I cannot say one bad thing about this place and I will definitely be returning. I highly recommend this place to anybody having a private party or to anybody who is just looking for a place to hang out and have something to eat for a great reasonable price, and/or to have a drink. Even the beers on tap were tasty. I can type on forever, but I won't. Feel free to email me and ask any questions.
Friendly Staff Will Turn You Into A Regular – The Irish Rogue stepped into Hell' Kitchen a little more than a year ago and quickly charmed the neighorborhood, as rogues tend to do. It's the kind of place that somehow fosters a warm atmosphere between friends and among strangers. Maybe it's the staff. Go twice and they'll remember your face. Third time they know your name and drink. The food's a cut above standard pub fare, too (especially the Irish dishes, of course). The crowd's young and pretty when it should be (try Thursday night), and more weathered when you'd expect (earlier in the day/week). I've taken friends and work parties there, all with great success. And yep, gone there by myself too, but never been alone. See you there!
great food, drinks, service – One night a week my husband and I seek out a good meal and drinks. We never know which way it will go. Well, the Irish Rogue was a great choice. Their happy hour is from 11 AM until 8 PM, I believe. Anyway, I had a couple of margaritas that were absolutely delicious. They were the real thing; not mixer type with that powdery aftertaste. I also had the Chicken PotPie with a pastry puff which was simply delicious. Our server, Kerri, although busy with a group of about 25, still treated us as if we were her only customers. TV's are everywhere and the place is spacious. My husband ventured upstairs and said it was amazing and he would like to sit up there on our next visit. Highly recommended !!!
fun staff great food fab music and videos – so i was walking around looking for a fun happy hour bar and met a girl outside the irish rogue... she told us all the great happy hour specials (how could you turn down a good happy hour??)... so we decided to go in and check it out. It was a huge bar with tons of huge flat screen TV's (showing any game you could ever watch)... Anyway, it turns out we wound up staying all night and met so many great people ate great food (burgers, nachos?? awsome)... the staff was so helpful and so much fun. We had alot of laughs and felt like we were at a close to home kinda place. The atmosphere is so warming and its a great place to lounge around and be as comfortable as possible... and the couches they have there??? probly the most comfortable i have ever sat on. I can't wait for football season to start... so for anyone and everyone looking for a bar in NYC thats fun and relaxing as well as gives you that close to home sort of feel in the big city, i highly recommend The Irish Rogue!!!
Cool place – Having just spent the last three weekends hanging around Hells Kitchen , definatly think I have been hanging at the right place!!
The Irish Rogue is must if you are around times square, great layout , with loads of seating, and a great area to hang out on sofas!! Nice to be comfortable when drining with friends,
Staff always friendly and helpful , and quite entertaining !!
Great for tv viewing aswell. will certainly be my place for the Football season !!
Where's the staff? – I used to enjoy going to the rogue a lot. It's a great after work spot with a good selection of beers. I've found lately that the entire staff that I used to enjoy has been almost completely replaced. What a dissapointment. I think I'll head to the House of Brews or Joshua Tree from now on. I think a staff that can appreciate regulars is a must for any neighborhood pub.
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