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The junction ale is truly fine, great price, dark. Delicious.
Waitress is friendly and hard working..
Chicken pot pie was great, delicate bread top, creamy chicken chunks and loads of veggies and flavor full.
The bartender is less than worthless. On his phone, you can't...More
We found this place online looking for a sports bar. This is so much more -really welcoming bar.Great food. Great service. Happy to put "soccer " on for UK visitors. Good prices especially during happy hour. Visited twice and enjoyed both visits.
This was the first bar we were directed to, having arrived at lunchtime and too early to check into our hotel a few metres up the road. It is not a touristy place, which is lovely. Sports on the TV, friendly service, great wines, craft...More
During my recent trip to NYC this place was only a ten minute walk from my hotel and I stopped here a few times. The place seemed to be a locals bar and there were always a few in. The staff were friendly and there...More
When we are visiting Manhattan, the Junction is our local bar. We have had brunch, lunch and dinner or just popped in for some beers. We love the atmosphere. The staff are friendly and the food is good and excellent value for money.
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