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A sports bar with a hipster twist, Warren 77 is a popular hangout spot. The entire place is done up in a way to appeal to sports fans with TV screens, video games, plenty of beer and sports photographs adorning the walls. Try the Warren 77 cocktail or the Pimms Cup to toast the night, continuing on to the Guinness, Hoegaarden or Warren 77 Amber Ale. The dishes include meatball sliders, turkey sandwiches, burritos and guacamole. A wonderful after work hangout, Warren 77 offers unadulterated fun and lots of great memories.
A vibrant venue that is extremely popular with locals, Daddy-O is a must-visit. The ambience consists of dim lighting and loud music, along with a television screening the latest game. Enjoy the range of delicious cocktails and spirits at the bar while cheering on your favorite sports-teams with your gang of friends. Happy hours are offered as well.
Whether you are a beer snob or a sports fanatic or both, Standings is definitely the place to be at the end of the workday. A rather tiny bar in the East Village, at Standings you will find a congregation of both Yankees and Mets worshipers. The place may not look like much from outside but once you step in, you will be stunned by the hedonistic pennants and sports paraphernalia that hang from every inch of the ceiling. Eight high definition screens play the live action while bartenders shake out some very impressive brews and ales. There is a selection of twelve craft beers on tap in addition to the 25 bottled beers, and some great wines too. Walk in on a Friday and enjoy free delicious pizza!
Kettle of Fish is a no nonsense bar with an offbeat and laid back atmosphere that befits the neighborhood. Established in 1950, this bar was at the forefront of the Village, when artists like Bob Dylan and Jack Kerouac would often walk through the doors. Funnily enough, the bar cheers on the Green Bay Packers and it features cheese cowboy hats and framed jerseys alongside pin ball, darts, Pacman and boardgames. Other than that, nothing has changed much since the 50's.
Professor Thom's in the East Village provides little in the way of intellectual enlightenment. However, for those interested in brews and pub grub, it's worth it. This is a great place to watch sports, especially for Boston fans. For whatever reason, Professor Thom likes Boston, so Yankees fans might want to skip it unless knuckle sandwiches are in order. Instead try a burger or a Chicago dog from the menu. Brunch is served on the weekends. The happy hour from 11 am to 7 pm with very cheap priced drafts encourages fortitude, and daily events, like Bingo on Wednesday, encourage boisterousness. Ask Thom what that means.
This upscale sports bar-styled nightclub offers patrons a classy place to enjoy the finer things in life, most notably cigars, drinks and sports. Comfortable leather couches, large high definition screens and a selection of sports memorabilia give the 40/40 Club an inviting environment. For the true sports fan, keep an ear to the bar to find out about exclusive events like signings and personal appearances by the creme de la creme of the sports world, including Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriguez and Jose Canseco.
Located in Fort Greene near BAM, Mullanes Bar and Grill is a good local bar serving up a range of greasy pub foods to soak up the booze. Burgers and Shepherd’s Pie are good hearty choices with a Thai salad as a somewhat lighter option. Up front, high tables allow drinkers to lookout or catch a game. Dining tables carry one to the back past the bar. Lunch specials vary weekly. Weekends offer brunch and a late night kitchen until 2 AM. Outdoor seating is an option in the summer.
Watch that all-important sporting event on huge TV screens at Legends. Combine it with a cold beer and some pub grub, and one gets the experience of a lifetime! Legends is a popular sports bar in New York that is frequented by locals keen on watching the game. This true blue sports bar is lined with photographs of sports heroes, making it a haven for lovers of any game. The DJ plays on some nights too. The ambiance during game day is one of raucous fun with everyone cheering and for their teams. Join in the cacophony and have a novel experience at Legends.
Lively and cheerful, Jack Demsey's is a pub, sports bar and restaurant rolled into one. At any given time of the day, you are likely to encounter an eclectic crowd of sports fans huddled around one of the many TVs and casual diners savoring some delicious American fare. While the food menu features all-American classics like juicy burgers, steaks, crisp salads, pastas, crab cakes and chicken tenders, the bar serves up a variety of draft beers, ciders, ales, bottled beers, wines, bourbon and scotch. The bar is also home to the Celtic Supporters' Club, welcoming all to join in and cheer as their beloved Celtics wage battle on the sports field. Warm and inviting, Jack Demsey's is a place where even first-timers will fell welcomed.
With a décor that will transport you to a pub in Ireland, Stout NYC is a beer heaven which houses exclusive brews. This high ceiling-ed bar sports an extensive beer collection and has varied stouts like dry, imperial, oatmeal and sweet. A traditional Irish breakfast including fish and chips, bangers and mash is available on Saturdays and Sundays. Burgers, thin crust pizzas, salads, eight different kinds of oysters are the culinary delights of this place. Relish delicacies like fire cracker shrimp, stout house salad, chicken and lemongrass dumplings, avocado toast, and grilled chicken among others as you admire your surroundings and unwind over tasteful drinks and scrumptious food!
This popular sports bar at Times Square is a shrine for all boxing lovers. Jimmy Glen, the owner, a former professional boxer himself, has filled up the bar with pictures and posters of popular matches, and you can also find some unique memorabilia adorning the walls. Try the drinks, which are equally intriguing; the house special, Jimmy's Hurricane, is a weird combination of vodka, spiced rum and amaretto. The music and the crowd gel well at Jimmy's Corner.
Cheer the winning team with wings, fries and beer at Blondies Sports bar on the Upper West Side. With incredible deals, every time is party time as one sits gulping down pitchers of chilled beer while catching the games on one of the many television screens here. The flavorful buffalo chicken wings are especially popular. Blondies is the kind of bar where a group of friends can hang out, discuss the sports scene, hoot and whistle for their teams and generally have a good time. The ambiance is one of pure fun and there is a very casual air about the place, ideal for recouping after a stressful day of work, especially with their daily happy hour.