Hurley’s Irish Pub

The American Irish Pub grew out of bar culture, so Hurley’s Irish Pub seems like a logical next step for Dublin-born bar owner Paul Hurley. Hurley wanted to refine the quintessential Irish Pub experience, so the former rug store in Division Street, New Rochelle has been transformed with some classic markings: tufted banquettes, marble bar, Prime Steaks, Seafood and a selection of pub and traditional dishes, all with an extra-jazzy soundtrack. The signature dish the Racquet Ball Ribeye — seasoned, seared, then thrown into an 1,800-degree broiler — comes out with a crust that resembles chicharrónes, and the generously portioned wedge salad is adorned with hunky pieces of smoked bacon.

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