232 W. 48th Street New York
Located in the heart of the Theatre District. Hurley's, a New York City landmark since 1892. This traditionally styled New york restaurant and saloon has a neigborhood feel. You will hear the bartenders and wait staff greet their guests by name, time after time.
Although beer and liquor have been dispensed here since 1892, Hurley's fame as "the hold-out bar" dates only from the 1930's, when John D. Rockefeller decided to construct Rockefeller Center. One of his first chores during that enterprise was to buy up the leases of neighborhood properties. The Hurleys refused to sell, and the Sixth Avenue facade of the 70-story RCA Building was redesigned with a recess to accommodate the four-story saloon at its base.
Recently, Hurley's moved to its new location in the center of the Theatre District. During Prohibition the Irish-born Hurley brothers rented the front of the store to Greek flower sellers, while the Hurleys ran a speak-easy in the back. Years later they looked the other way when NBC technicians ran an extension line from their offices in the skyscraper next door to a telephone underneath the bar.
It was discovered only after some merrymaking newsman ran up an enormous phone bill shooting the breeze with a colleague in Moscow. Today and for years to come, Hurley's continues the tradition of generous drinks and hearty food in the heart of the THEATRE DISTRICT.
SOUPS AND SALADS
SALAD, with fresh mozzarella, roasted red peppers balsamic soy dressing
**FROM THE SEA**
a vegetable and choice of potato -SHRIMP SCAMPI, garlic sauce 21
a vegetable and choice of potato
with broccoli, sundried tomatoes, garlic and basil oil 13
ONION RINGS 5
**PRIX FIXE THEATER SPECIAL** $27.00
SOUP OR SALAD
OR VANILLA ICE CREAM