Farmhouse Hospitality inhabits the space between traditional pubs and complicated cocktail bars. Our establishments, The Flying Cock and The Horny Ram, are fun, welcoming and cozy venues perfect for gathering with friends on any occasion. Owned and operated by Ken McCoy, The Flying Cock and The Horny Ram have bold, memorable names that get people in the door and delicious food, drinks and great service keep them coming back. These playful names are a nod to McCoy’s memories of childhood days spent on his grandparents’ farm in Ireland, where a cast of barnyard characters provided hours of entertainment.
Today, Farmhouse Hospitality invites guests into our establishments to create their own fun-filled memories and enjoy elevated, classic pub fare, approachable cocktails and local beer in lively spaces that are anything but stuffy.
The Flying Cock
The Flying Cock is a stylish and energetic restaurant and bar that serves rustic comfort food, beer and approachable cocktails in the heart of Murray Hill.
The Horny Ram
The Horny Ram is the spacious brother restaurant to The Flying Cock. Located in Midtown East, The Horny Ram features creative twists on classic pub fare and innovative cocktails in the rustic, whimsical setting for which Farmhouse Hospitality is known.
meet the team
Ken Mccoy, boss
A hospitality-industry veteran of almost two decades, Ken McCoy has owned and operated several Pig n Whistle pubs throughout New York City. While his properties were quite stable and profitable, McCoy longed to do something new and creatively stimulating; he made the bold decision to start Farmhouse Hospitality in January 2016, and from there, The Flying Cock was born. The concept was a runaway neighborhood hit and inspired a brother restaurant, The Horny Ram, which opened in March 2017. McCoy still owns and operates one Pig n Whistle location.
GROUP OFFICE EXECUTIVE
A native of Ireland, Emma-Jane Donlon handles the behind-the-scenes magic as the group office executive for Farmhouse Hospitality. After graduating with an honors degree in International Hospitality Management, Donlon moved across the pond to work as a manager-in-training at The Fitzpatrick Grand Central Hotel in the heart of Manhattan, where she provided a warm, inviting hotel experience to guests from around the globe. Following a stint as an assistant front office manager at a boutique hotel back in Ireland, Donlon joined Farmhouse Hospitality in 2014 and is excited to see the restaurant group continue to grow.