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Dropped in here passing by one evening for some food and it was delicious!
Alcohol was quite expensive, my partner ordered a rekordalig cider and got a 330ml size can, for the price we paid it should have been a large bottle!
Our server was...More
Stopped in to get out of the heat. Thought we’d have a few pints and grab a bite. The pub had a cozy atmosphere but was pretty empty for a Sunday afternoon. We sat at the bar and the barmaid carried on filling shelves with...More
I spotted a guy with a board and it was close to my hotel.
The staff were great and i didn't feel awkward dining alone.
I had the chicken sandwich which was delicious.
I'm only in New York for 1 night but if i was...More
Stopped by here on our first day of arriving in New York, we were having a wander around to get our bearings and came across the Cock and Bull. From the moment we walked in we were greeted with the most welcoming smile, we were...More
When you walk in to a welcoming smile you know you’re in the right pub. We drank two different draught stouts from Scotland, one better than the other...but with the owner hailing from Dublin that was just a confirmation. Loved the relaxed atmosphere on a...More
Had dinner here last week, I had the chicken pot pie. It was ok, but not as flavourful as I would have expected from the reviews, quite average really. But as a pub it was nice, and had friendly atmosphere and service!
It was a sweltering day in NYC. My husband and I wanted to stop our stroll and get into an air conditioned place for drinks and dinner. We saw Cock & Bull and decided to gh7ive it a try. There are a couple of Brits...More
We ate dinner at the Cock and Bull on a weeknight and were seated immediately without reservations. We started with nice English ales and split pea soup which were good choices, but the best was yet to come. My bangers and mash had three full...More
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