The Low Down
Food Served: There's no bar menu, but the bartender's mother throws a Monday Night Football feast each week during the season, with Irish beef and other fixings.
Know Before You Go: Be sure to hit an ATM before you go--it's cash only.
Fun Fact: Back in the day, Palace was an ice cream parlor, catching overspill from family outings at the Monsignor McGolrick Park across the street.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
You don't have to be a metal fan to dig this hard-drinking slice of old Irish Greenpoint.
by Aaron Barker at Citysearch
That it's a lone Irish holdout in Greenpoint is distinguishing enough, but Palace Cafe is still probably better known as a metal bar. Zeppelin blasts from the jukebox, and the brothers tending bar have Ozzie-like haircuts styled forâ¦
By Liza K. at Foursquare
I've heard Ben Affleck hangs out here Read More
By Village Voice at Foursquare
A jukebox loaded with Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, and $8 pitchers of beer are signatures at this family-owned pub. However, fair warning: your gl... Read More
By Gabriel S. at Foursquare
It's really not the same since Bob Judge left us for some weird town north of here at The Palace. Read More
By Ray L. at Foursquare
MNF Pro Tip: On Mondays, come watch football with $2 Bud Heavy/Light/Coors plus FREE halftime buffet. First down! Read More