New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/05/2012 -- Public House, the famous restaurant in NYC, is now taking reservations for holiday parties. Public House will be offering customized drink and food packages from their extensive menu for all holiday celebrations. Along with multiple food options, the restaurant will provide a private party room that will accommodate private parties of any size, from small to large. To reserve an area at the bar, call Lynette at 212-682-3710 or email email@example.com.
Public House NYC also offers private party rooms and customized party packages for groups to watch their favorite sporting events. Guests of the sports bar in NYC will enjoy College Football and Basketball, Premier League Soccer, NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS and MLB games. Sporting events can be booked throughout the restaurant and in the private party room, seven days a week.
Public House also features affordable food and drink specials in Grand Central Station. A recent Yelp online review had this to say about Public House NYC: Came here for the first time for a friend’s birthday on a Friday night and was a little skeptical after reading a couple of reviews here but we surprisingly ended up having a lot of fun. We had an open bar from 11-2 for the party and it was not a hassle at all getting drinks. The bartenders were fun and very attentive and honored our open bar. The music was not bad either, the crowd was fun as well there weren't too many creepy people around. It was a lot of fun and might end up going there again for happy hours.
About Public House
Public House's mission is to provide a consistent and quality product, while at the same time, a sophisticated and fun atmosphere to our guests. It is a neighborhood restaurant and bar with a nightlife scene. The staff at Public House believes their guests should feel at home as soon as they enter the establishment. Public House strives to provide an experience second to none in the hopes that they will find their way back home again.
For more information on the popular NYC restaurant, visit http://www.publichousenyc.com.