Opening its doors in May 2008, The Stumble Inn joined Down the Hatch, Jake's Dilemma, The Gin Mill and Off the Wagon as one of NYCBESTBARS. Located at 1454 Second Avenue, The Stumble Inn is a classic N.Y. sports bar and American pub.
Our extensive bar menu features the famous STUFFED BURGERS. This burger lovers dream is served with a wide variety of stuffing from bacon to jalapenos to a selection of cheeses (Check out TLC episode). In addition we have a huge variety of grub ranging from buffalo chicken nachos to good ole bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches.
These tasty choices can be washed down with any one of our 14 draft beers, 15 bottled beers or a cocktail from the bar. While eating and boozing, you can watch your favorite sporting events on one of our 14 flat screen TV's and to 3 BIG screen TV's... ALL IN FULL HDTV.
STUMBLE INN REVIEWS
"I'm ready for football!" screamed a meaty dude in an Eli Manning jersey on a recent Thursday night at the Stumble Inn, the raucous successor to the beloved Mo's Caribbean. Nearby, tie-loosened office workers battled in beer pong ("Drink! Drink!"), while baseball-hatted dudes furiously played foosball and ignored the heel-clad ladies angling for another round of sickly-sweet SoCo Lime and vodka Lemon Drop shots. This loud, loutish saloon, the fifth watering hole in co-owner Danny Thomases's empire (which also includes collegiate dives Jake's Dilemma and the Gin Mill), is a rec room for the wrecked. In its brutishness, though, it is a perfect fit for this Alpha Delta Phi neighborhood, lousy with dives that appeal to past-prime partyers who approach drunkenness as a competitive sport. So it doesn't surprise that Mo's palm trees and reggae bands have been replaced by a Circuit City's worth of sports-tuned TVs, easy-on-the-eyes waitresses and a party-hard mind-set. The 14 drafts mix class (Blue Moon, Red Hook IPA) with crap (expected domestics), but if it's liquor you're after, don't order anything more exotic than two-ingredient cocktails like whiskey-and-Cokes. Quantity, not quality, is the key selling point, with a half-off deal until 7pm on weekdays. But decrease your IQ, and you can find lowbrow bliss. Crisp, meaty buffalo wings are spicily sauced, and the oozing, bacon-stuffed burgers are palm-filling perfection. So go on: Drink more, root louder, eat the deep-fried hot dogs and Double Stuf Oreos. That's the ethos of the Stumble Inn: too much of a good thing.
If you were ever in your early 20s in New York, we don't have to tell you about Mo's Caribbean or The Gin Mill, both part of an infamous group of Frat bars that helped extend the college years after the diploma has been tucked away or, in our case, rolled and utilized. Co-owner Danny Thomases adds The Stumble Inn to his repertoire and while the junk food and clientele remain, the atmosphere is a bit more upscale. (Or to analogize: Stumble Inn is to sipping what Gin Mill is to funneling.) Hard to beat $1 drafts on Mondays though."
Like the new freshman on the scene, this bar from the same folks who brought you Down the Hatch, Off the Wagon and The Gin Mill is dedicated to drinking as sport. The enormous space and extensive draft and bottled beer offerings will ensure that you stumble out of the Stumble Inn. Like any upscale sports bar worth its weight in HDTV, there are 14 flat-screen TVs and three projector screens. Don't forget to test out Stumble Inn's menu of greasy but well-prepared bar food, which features guilty pleasures such as stuffed burgers, buffalo wings, mozzarella sticks, and deep-fried Oreos. And with the killer drink specials this bar family is known for, the formula here sticks to the age old, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it," with happy hour 'til 7pm and nightly deals like dollar drafts on Monday nights.