Dewey's Flatiron

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Dewey's Flatiron Dewey's Flatiron in New York draws a sports-loving crowd for cheap game day pitchers & greasy, filling bar food. Avoid the clubs in NYC with Party Earth. New York United States 40.743233 -73.988489
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Dewey's Flatiron - Pub | Sports Bar in New York.
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Party Earth Review A large pub that feels far removed from the ever-congested late-night world of nearby clubs, Dewey’s Flatiron draws a sports-loving crowd for cheap game-day pitchers and greasy, filling bar food. Seventeen... ... read full review

  • Subway:

    1, 6, C, E, F, M, N: 23rd Street

  • Phone:

    212-696-2337

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Daily 11:30am–1am, sometimes later depending on crowd

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Dewey's Flatiron Review

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Dewey's Flatiron in New York draws a sports-loving crowd for cheap game day pitchers & greasy, filling bar food. Avoid the clubs in NYC with Party Earth.

A large pub that feels far removed from the ever-congested late-night world of nearby clubs, Dewey’s Flatiron draws a sports-loving crowd for cheap game-day pitchers and greasy, filling bar food.

Seventeen flat-screens on the exposed brick walls display football, baseball, and Premier League soccer, all of which prompt the customary hoots and howls of exultation from fans when a big match is on.

Otherwise, the large joint stays pretty chill, with lots of dudes fresh off work from neighborhood offices chilling with their $4 Happy Hour Buds.

History buffs may get a kick out of the two sepia-toned Battle of Manila Bay murals that adorn the walls, not to mention the one of Navy Admiral George Dewey, of Spanish-American War fame, for whom the bar is named. Twenty-foot ceilings give the space an expansive feel, while extra touches like an antique cash register and a replica of Dewey’s Arch – which long ago stood across 24th Street – add to the bar’s vintage vibe.

There’s ample bar seating on the ground floor, with leather booths in the back for larger groups, while an upstairs section with a second bar plays host to frequent private parties, as well as to San Diego transplants on Sundays since the place is NYC’s official Chargers bar.

Comfort food like gravy fries and jalapeño poppers complement a modest menu of burgers and sandwiches, all of which help make Dewey’s Flatiron one of the more affordable pubs in the area, especially for those opposed to shelling out for bottle service.

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Tip from Lucas:

Apart from the Buds, during Happy Hour you can get $5 wells, margaritas, and house wines. Who said pubs ain’t classy?

  • Crowd

    Sports fans, local business types, groups of office mates, San Diego transplants, late 20s to late 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Seventeen flat-screens mostly tuned to sports, although a few will occasionally be tuned to movies or other programming.

    Varied Pandora playlist fills the void when nobody is on the field.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Hefty portions of traditional bar fare, including mozzarella sticks, chicken wings, gravy French fries, burgers, and a few non-traditional items like shrimp linguini and teriyaki-glazed salmon.

    Happy Hour M–F 4:30–7pm.

  • Prices

    Appetizers $6–$15, soups $4–$8, salads $10–$16, sandwiches $11–$14, burgers $11–$15, entrées $13–$21, desserts $7.

    Beer $4–$11, Coronitas bucket $12, wine $8–$12/glass or $30–$35/bottle, wells $8.50, shot of Jameson and PBR Tallboy $10/offered daily.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual: t-shirts, jeans, flip-flops, sneakers, football jerseys, baseball caps, after-work business wear, simple dresses, skirts.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any evening midweek to chill after work, anytime a big game is on, or Saturdays for the open bar special available for the ladies.

  • Close By

    Legends (6 West 33rd Street) is a bit more of an upscale Irish pub, with three levels, lots of sports on the tubes, and a festive crowd of local business types. The basement level, called the Football Factory, is a popular go-to for soccer fans.

Dewey's Flatiron User Reviews

Average rating:
You Gotta Love Pubs
Don G. Apr 7, 2013
I came across Dewey's Flatiron after having it recommended to me by a coworker. Dewey's is a large pub with both an upstairs and downstairs, that usually draws a professional,sports crazy, laid back bar going crowd. Dewey's is a great place in a low maintenance chill kind of way. The Happy Hour is awesome, which I took full advantage of draining three pitchers of beer(along with friends of course.) Located in the heart of Chelsea, you'll find Dewey's to be a relaxed solid place. There's nothing amazing about it, but nothing terrible either. I'll definably be stopping by again fort another pitcher of beer.
There’s Nothing Like a Comfortable Pub
Giuseppe C. Feb 28, 2013
I had only been to Dewey’s Flatiron once before when my fiancee got a phone call from her aunt asking whether we were interested in meeting her there for some lunch. I didn’t remember anything in particular about it -- just that it was relatively quiet and that the prices were fair -- but it seemed like a reasonable suggestion to me. When we arrived at around two o’clock in the afternoon on a weekday, Dewey’s was very quiet -- nearly empty. There were a couple of patrons seated at the bar, and only a couple of the tables were occupied by what seemed to be businessmen on lunch. This was perfect for us, as we were really there to catch up with family more than anything else. We were seated right away by a pleasant enough hostess, and our beers were brought out quickly. And while the menu isn’t really anything impressive, it is chock full of comfort food. My fiancee enjoyed her Reuben, and I liked my veggie burger and fries just fine. All in all, Dewey’s is a pleasant, comfortable place. If you’re looking for an inviting pub with good prices and a real down to earth, neighborhood vibe, this place is the ticket. Nothing flashy, nothing extraordinary -- but nothing to talk ill of really, either. And sometimes that’s just what you need.
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