Located at 223 Seventh Avenue in Brooklyn’s Park Slope, Parish Cocktail bar is a long & narrow spot with the bar in the front half and a lounge with banquette seating in back half. There’s a small outdoor area beyond the lounge section. Eight tap beers and a dozen or so wines by glass. Numerous house cocktails also available (at $11 a piece). Two TVs and assorted meats & cheeses for food round out the offerings at Parish.
Over the past several weeks, we’ve bar hopped all around the Northwest quadrant of Brooklyn, from Park Slope to Carroll Gardens to Williamsburg. Over the course of the next several days, we’ll post our thoughts on some of the establishments we visited during this time.
Located at 729 Third Avenue in Manhattan’s Midtown East, The Harp Raw Bar & Grill picks up where O’Neill’s (the former occupant) left off. The Harp is a bi-level spot, with downstairs serving as the main bar area. Second floor window offers a front row view of the happenings of Third avenue. The Second Floor is also a dining area and a small lounge area (see photo below). 16 tap beers offered. For food, in addition to its raw bar offerings, the menu leans toward upscale bar/bistro fare. A good spot for lunch or after-work drinks. And a great addition to the Midtown East NYC Irish pub crawl!