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lineDORIAN GRAY voted BEST GUINNESS IN NYC (March 29, 2014)
bestguinnessnyc.com

Best Guiness in NYC

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Elbow's Guy Garvey 'feels very at home' at Dorian Gray
www.frontdoor.com (3/28/2014)

Elbow visits Dorian Gray

 

"I felt really at home at the Dorian Gray in Manhattan. I watched the Six Nations Rugby Match in there and we had a representative of every nation in the competition in the room there. We had good gentlemanly banter and excellent Guinness. So, I feel very at home there.

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logoDORIAN GRAY PROFILE
New York Magazine

Simple, cheery, and charming, this LES spot—opened on New Year's Eve by the great-grandnephew of Oscar Wilde, no less—actually feels like an Irish pub that real-life Irish folks...(click here for more)



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6nationsRUGBY'S SIX NATIONS COME TO TOWN
The Local East Village

Just in case it has escaped your attention, we are deep into rugby's Six Nations tournament, an annual contest fought out by England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. No fancy ads, no halftime shows, just 30 burly, unhelmeted Europeans butting heads every weekend until March 19...(click he

 

WHERE TO DRINK NOW - LITERARY HAUNT
New York Magazine

At this unabashedly bookish East Village bar, opened on New Year's Eve by the great-grandnephew of Oscar Wilde, no less, drinkers can unleash their inner English majors under the watchful portraits of famous scribes from Milton to Miller...(click here for more)

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PETER CAVANAGH SERVES THE ARTS ON THE STAGE AND BEHIND THE BAR
Baruch College - CUNY Blog

The Dorian Gray Tap and Grill on 205 E. 4th St. reflects the many facets of its owner, Renaissance man Peter Cavanagh. Irish bred, New York...(click here for more)

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