Jeremy's Ale House
228 Front St, New York, NY 10038
Jeremy's Ale House- South Street Seaport
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Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
02/08/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I used to come here with my co-workers for lunch before the real crowd gets here. I remember ordering a grilled salmon steak with yellow rice and salad for like 9 bucks! So I kept going back. The burgers and the fried shrimp are also good and well seasoned.
Do note that their are bras all over the wall and really aesthetically pleasing to the eyes. But it's an Ale House... what else would you expect?
04/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Jeremy's is at the apex of NYC dive bars. They have wide selection of popular beers, it's dirt cheap (compared to regular nyc bars) and it comes in a styro foam cup. The food is mediocre at best, but after 2-3 quart sized beers you don't really care. I usually go there for the sunday football games. They feature a projector and tv's every where. There are bras hanging from the ceiling and the bathrooms are rather horrid, espcially after a few of those quarts. But if you don't have to eat or p, the place is where it's at if you want to: get blitzed, don't mind a dive and happen to be in the sea port area.
10/08/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I am laughing when reading the other reviews like ""no hot chics"" ""needs more women"". How funny. Why would any woman, hot or not, want to go here? I stopped in w/ my husband to watch Yankees playoff game on a Saturday afternoon. Where were the MEN? I did not see any cops, firemen, construction workers, or college guys, just a bunch of drunks! This place is a loading dock, no lie, with some poor quality tv screens. Beer selection is excellent, and wings and other snacks are cheap and good. Bras hanging on the ceiling is the only decoration here. If you are a college kid or just want to drink beer in cups, then this is the place for you. It was funny. Won't be going back anytime soon, but I can see its appeal to many people.
07/04/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Dont go here if you're looking for hot chicks and loads of women, because you wont find any. But the cheap 32oz buckets of beer are fantastic, the food is really good (the home made potato chips are outstanding), and the fact that you can gamble on Quick Draw is hilarious and really fun with a buzz. A very mixed crowd - everything from high paid Wall Street executives to construction workers named Joe. A fun place. As I say, it is what it is. No glamor or style, but a fantastic dive bar well worth checking out.
10/12/2004Provided by Citysearch -
My friend lives near by so we can here on a whim for Sunday football. What a great day! Tim the owner is awesome. Not only are there really really ridiculously cheap beers but free food! One of my friends got the fried scallops and won't shut up about how good they were for the rest of the night. The place is big and airy and I perfect sports bar. Come here quickly before it gets discovered and crowded.
08/01/2003Provided by Citysearch -
I have worked in lower Manhattan for over 15 years, and have not found a better place to eat a nice relaxing lunch. It seems most places want you in and out, with no chance to enjoy the meal. I have found at ""Jeremy's"" that you can enjoy your time away from work.
04/02/2003Provided by Citysearch -
I wasn't motivated to walk to this place, due to the south street seaport odors. I stepped into the bar, only to absorb the environment; what a dive! You can't help but notice all of the bras and ties hanging from the ceiling. I love the 32 oz beers served in styrofoam cups! Off the hook. It kind of sucked that the subway station wasn't close by, but what an experience!