Editorial Review for The Four-Faced Liar — by Eric Grossman
The recent expansion of this Village joint adds three discreetly-placed televisions and a dimly lit seating area in the back for a slightly larger crowd. Ceiling fans, vintage neighborhood photographs, and sconces adorn the interior. Diverse crowds--locals and newcomers alike--gather around circular tables to chat or play board games (Boggle and Connect Four are house favorites), and the sidewalk patio provides colorful people-watching opportunities. Gregarious bartenders pour selections from a well-stocked bar, though many patrons stick to one of the eight beers on tap.
From Irish Pub Guide.com
Greenwich Village's latest neighborhood bar is making quite a buzz since opening recently.
Named after the clock tower in Shandon Co. Cork, it has live music events including Trad music session every Wednesday, poetry readings on Sunday and open mike nights.
Great pub grub. Sidewalk seating.
The Four-Faced Liar: Forget about shamrocks and ridiculous green beer; Four-Faced Liar is a true Irish haunt. With a strong following of Irish ex-pats and locals alike, this cozy pub attracts a down-to-earth mix with its friendly service and come-as-you-are vibe. Situated in a historic building, its tin ceiling and subdued lighting give the space a lived-in feel. Not sure you feel like an evening of blarney? (Or, frankly, an Irish jig?) Fear not; contemporary rock pumps out at a pleasant level. Food is outsourced from nearby Atomic Wings and in the summertime, outside seating is available for maximum people-watching…
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