Ceol, Cáint agus Craic every day
at the Four-Faced Liar!
Location: The Four-Faced Liar is a 'downtown Irish' pub located in the heart of Greenwich Village in New York City. Situated on a picturesque block of West 4th St., between the bustle of Sixth and Seventh Avenues, the pub is a convenient gathering place, only steps from the Christopher Street (1, 9) and West 4th St. subway stops (F, V, A, C, E, F, V, B, D). Washington Square Park, NYU, and the New School are all within easy walking distance, as are the neighborhoods of SoHo, Tribeca, the East Village, and Chelsea.
Atmosphere: A haven for Irish ex-pats and West Village locals, the Four-Faced Liar is unpretentious and welcoming. Our traditional pub strives to be what the Irish refer to as your 'local,' the place where the bartenders know your name and your drink and other patrons recognize you — a comfortable, relaxed environment. Entering the landmark historic building, with its tin ceiling and the inviting glow of the lighting, there is a sense of an earlier era, while the eclectic music and absence of shamrocks, blarney, and kitsch signify an update of the standard Irish bar. Whether you choose to cozy up to a pint of creamy Guinness at the bar or bury yourself in one of snug nooks with a cocktail, the pub combines a Manhattan sensibility with a rustic warmth reminiscent of the country pubs the staff recall from Ireland. Come in for Ceol, Cáint agus Craic — music, good conversation, and fun!
Cultural Events; Sporting Events; English Premier League Football (Soccer) The Four-Faced Liar promises pastimes to appeal to the mind, body, and soul. Sip your favorite libation while listening to poetry and keeping an eye on the score of the big game. Try your luck at a board game. Click here for details.
Drinks: See what we've got to offer besides the best Guinness in town. A full bar, beer and cider in bottles and on tap, and classic cocktails await. Specifications and details here.
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
and Eternity in an hour.
— William Blake.