I rate no stars for this place they should be ashamed of themselves. On December 10,2010 someone who I love very dearly who is very close to me was robbed at gunpoint of his car and cash, feeling helpless because his phone was in the stolen car, he walked a block and went inside the pub shaken up and like I said feeling helpless and at a loss, he walked inside the 45th street pub and asked to use the phone to car the police and he was told to go outside and use the payphone, he told the woman that he tried and it didn't work, she still said no I could not believe this how could someone be so cold hearted and not let someone in this situation use the phone or offer to call the police for them it is discusting to me and that woman and she knows who she is should feel ashamed of herself. I know people who once went to this place for parties for their work and when they heard this it put a whole new way they feel about this place and said they will never visit this place again and I plan on getting the word out to the public also just to let people what the workers at this pub are really like their true colors, and I wonder how they would feel if this happened to one of their loved ones I'm sure they would feel the same as I do right now I am very angry at these people right now, it took a stranger outside the pub who couldn't give his phone up fast enough to let him call the police for help, and neither he or the police could believe that they would not let a someone in distress use their phone. well if any of you are ever in need don't look for any kindness or help from the 45th street pub, the only thing they are intrested in is taking your money being a human being means nothing to them. I only hope their aren't many people like these around. and so for that I give no star. You should be Ashamed of Yourselves. I was forced to give a star in order to have this posted again they force you to give them a good rating, what next.
This place is awesome. good food good drinks good service. I come here often with me and my girlfriend after work to grab a bite to eat and a drink. Never had a bad thing to say about the place. Staff is very friendly and outgoing,and the waiters or very polite and cute in their 45 tees. Crowd is laid back chill mix of people. Bookoo of TV's to watch the games on, this is a what a sports bar should be like. Their drinks are kind of pricy they should have like dollar nites or something i dunno but other than that this place rocks to me.
although it is a local bar, the interior feels more upscale, a good amount of room and pleanty of tv's for watching sports and whatnot. good mixed crowd as well as a decent music selection. although the beers may be a tad more than i would epect to pay at a local watering hole there are more than sufficent amount of drink specials on most night. typical bar fare in the way of food, i have a preference to the potato soup myself. overall good place.
45th Street Pub is a local venue in our neighborhood. The atmosphere is great and the service as well. On Thursday and Saturday nights is all you can eat crab legs. They are not cheap with there servings, you don't even finish your bowl when they are out with another bowl of hot steaming crab legs!!! It only cost 19.99 per person, it is worth it, have a couple of drings while you are there.
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