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Public House NYC Announces March Events

 
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New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/11/2014 -- Public House NYC has announced several upcoming events for the month of March. Starting Wednesday, March 5 (Ash Wednesday) and every Friday from then on until Easter, they are running an “All You Can Eat” Fish & Chips deal with a pint of beer for $15.00. For NCAA March Madness they are offering $35 Unlimited Wings, Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Light and $20 buckets of domestic beer. Guests who fill out a bracket will be entered to win an iPad.

Call Lynette or Nicole at 212-682-3710 to reserve a table now. Private rooms are available for large group reservations.

On St. Patty's Day, March 17th, the restaurant in NYC will be offering a range of specials throughout the day in honor of the tradition. Starting with $2 Guinness and mixed drinks from morning until noon. Then Public House NYC invites their corporate friends to enjoy $12 Corned Beef and Potatoes until 1pm and $4 Guinness and mixed drinks from noon until 2pm. Participate in a 50/0 Raffle and win half of the ticket sales, or enjoy $10 car bombs, Irish Music, Live Bag Pipers, and Scotty the Leprechaun. And stick around for even more drink specials after 4pm.

Public House NYC is conveniently located nearby Grand Central Station, making it a great stop for commuters and Manhattan natives alike. The bar consistently offers some of the best drink specials in NYC, with happy hour Monday through Thursday and special events for holidays and occasions of all kinds.

For more information visit Public House NYC online or call 212-682-3710.

About Public House NYC
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 that 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 www.publichousenyc.com.