Third Avenue Ale House is a American gastropub located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. We serve more than 20 craft beers with a number of seasonal offerings on draft and in bottles. Our friendly staff will be happy to recommend beers and guide you through our extensive beer menu. Come along to watch a game, have a beer and try our delicious food.
We serve lunch, dinner and snacks daily. Brunch is served on the weekends. Our menus offer an extensive choice of tasty bar snacks, delicious burgers, sandwiches and flavorful entrees.
You will find Third Avenue Ale House on the corner of East 92nd Street and Third Avenue.
Our dining room is available for private events and parties. See our events page for further information.
Join us for Happy Hour Monday to Friday from 4pm to 7pm and enjoy $2 off all drinks!
We also have two sister bars located in Tribeca and the Upper West side of Manhattan.
Church Publick (82 Reade Street, Tribeca)
Amsterdam Ale House (340 Amsterdam Avenue)
The menu at Third Avenue Ale House caters to a vareity of tastes with snacks, lunch, dinner and brunch all served from our open kitchen. Our snack menu includes delicious stuffed pretzels, nachos and reuben egg rolls. Lunch and dinner menus offer tasty burgers and sandwiches, flavorful salads, pizzettes, and pasta. Our brunch menu features traditional staples such as eggs any style, but also something a little different such as shakshuka or our 'Grumpy Old French Guy' sandwich. We also now have a gluten-free menu!
Take out is available by calling 646-559-9131.
Our back dining room at Third Avenue Ale House creates an ideal venue for your party or event. We can accommodate groups of up to 75 people. We can also provide room dividers, creating a semi-private space for your guests.
To discuss a customized package for your event please contact Shannon at (646) 559-9131 or via email at email@example.com
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Third Avenue Ale House
Third Avenue Ale House is located at 1644 Third Avenue, NYC on the corner of 92nd Street.
86th Street (4,5,6) and 96th Street subway stations (6) are within a short walking distance.
For all press enquiries please Call: (646) 559-9131.
First Look At Third Avenue Ale House.
From the same man that brought you Washington Commons, Amsterdam Ale House, and Fourth Avenue Pub - among others - comes a beer bar that’ll please the once craft beer-starved Upper East Side.