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Murphy's Law

Address: 417 E 70th Street
Block: 70th Street between 1st & York
Phone: 212-628-3724
Open: 11am-4am Everyday
Website: http://www.murphyslawnyc.com/
Features: Food,Happy Hour,Darts,Private Parties,Sports
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A classic local Upper East Side bar where you will have a pleasant experience every time.

Murphy's Law is a quaint Upper East Side bar with a pub-style atmosphere that harkens to the tradition of Ireland's public houses. The bar dates back to the time of prohibition, when patrons would risk the wrath of the law for a pint of Murphy's tasty brews.

Located by three area hospitals, Murphy's Law has become a favorite local spot for doctors and medical staff as one can see from the daily happy hour crowds in the front bar.  Happy hour runs daily from 4pm-7pm.

The rear dining area is cozy, warm and inviting with painted murals on the walls depicting the Irish countryside. The restaurant serves seven days a week, with full lunch, dinner and brunch (served Saturdays and Sundays) menus. House specials are served daily.

View our menu.

The kitchen boasts delicious hot wings and one of the best burgers in the neighborhood. There are weekly nightly specials, including Monday night's "Burger and a Beer", and Sunday's Brunch special.

More than just your average bar:

Murphy's Law is now proud to be one of the best sports bars around, with state-of-the art televisions and sound system playing all NFL, MLB, NBA & NHL Packages every night, as well as English Premier & all UEAFA Champions League games.

Call us at 212-628-3724 for more information or to make reservations, or just stop by and have a pint with your friends!

Stop by and see us today!

Yelp users give Murphy's Law an overall rating of 3.5 based on 65 total reviews.

Michelle P. says "I come here at least once a month, normally with out-of-towners seeking treatment at Weill Cornell Medical Center. It's a nice and quiet place and the......read more

Necator N. says "They are not even trying. The beer menu is short and boring, and half the things are missing. The chicken wings are so dry that they are hard to chew......read more

Jim B. says "Good local bar. You could call it cozy or just small. Beers on tap - Sams IPA, Sams seasonal, Guinness, Coors, Harp. Bartender was amiable, professional.......read more