Brodie's Pub, an Irish Pub and family restaurant in Mohegan Lake, New York, is named after Steve Brodie, who in 1881 was the first person to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge and survive. With the proceeds of the wagers he made for this feat, he opened his first tavern and musical pub at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge on Bowery.

 

At Brodie's Pub, we are a classic American restaurant that caters to a family trade at family prices. Our musical pub opened in Yorktown, New York in 1981, the 100th anniversary of the great leap, and we moved to Mohegan Lake in 1989.