From the good people behind the highly successful pub and restaurant Annie Moore's comes Blackwell's Pub and Restaurant. Named after Blackwell’s Island, now Roosevelt Island, Blackwell’s offers American and Irish cuisine catering to the bustling office workers, residents and hotel guests in the neighborhood and surrounding area. The island was once owned by Robert Blackwell and was its namesake from 1686 to 1921. Our logo features the Hospital built in 1856 by James Renwick, known as the Renwich Ruin, one of the island’s oldest landmarks. With a wide selection of local, craft and import draft beers, plus a fine choice of Bourbon and Scotch, Blackwell's, located on 47th Street near Third Avenue, is the ideal happy hour destination as well a perfect choice for business lunches, casual dinners and late night bites.
Train: Grand Central Terminal / Metro North entrance middle 47th Street between Lexington Ave. and Park Ave. Bus: 47th and 3rd Ave stop; M101 M102 M103 X63 X64 X68 47th and Lexington Ave stop; M101 M102 M103 X22 X25 X22A X31
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