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Located just minutes away from the Yankee Stadium, the Yankee Tavern is a sports bar where enthusiastic Yankee fans come to cheer their beloved team. The place has several beers on tap and their bartenders are generous with their pours. If hunger strikes during all that adrenaline-pumping, sports action, the bar has a fine pub fare on offer. The Tavern is euphoric during matches and the Baseball memorabilia that adorns the interior adds immeasurably to the theme of the place. When there are no matches, the place is still buzzing with patrons enjoying the popular happy hours.
Enjoy watching your favorite game on TV as you dine at the Hudson 303 Sports Cafe. Situated near one of the largest golf centers in the country, it offers a variety of delicacies to choose from. Having their own secret recipes and home-made sauces, Hudson 303 keeps on innovating new dishes at an affordable price. Their signature dishes are complemented with the long list of spirits and crafted beers to choose from. Serving American, Asian, Italian and fusion cuisines, this sports cafe adds its personal touch to each delicacy presented. The cozy seating and comfortable decor suits the lively atmosphere of this bar.
The Harlem Public is best described as a modern-day, neighborhood watering hole. What first comes to mind when you step through the doors of this bustling bar is how happy everyone seems to be. Despite the crowd there remains an air of relaxed calm that instantly puts you at ease. The space is dominated by a bar and a large communal table at the center of the room. The decor is eclectic, sourced from the owners' family and friends, making the Harlem Public a true labor of love. On the menu you will find a rotating selection of craft beers sourced from local breweries, alongside spirits, cocktails and scrumptious bar fare. The burgers are especially delicious, ranging from classic favorites to more contemporary combinations. You can bring along a book if you so please during the day, although evenings at the Harlem Public are best enjoyed mingling with friends and friendly strangers.
The Honey Well on Broadway offers a very nostalgic bar experience, taking patrons back in time to the 1930s when speakeasies were the mainstay of New York City's bar and nightlife scene. The popular bar is concealed within the basement of an unassuming building at the intersection of Broadway and West 148th Street, displaying an eclectic selection of international spirits, brews, and wines, leaving guests spoiled for choice. Manned by expert mixologists, the bar also offers some quirky cocktails that you probably won't find anywhere else in town.
You would be hard put to find a place that gives you access to views of the Hudson and Tappan Zee Bridge as spectacular as Red Hat on the River, a French bistro that has some delicious food to offer as well. Although the views overshadow every other aspect of the eatery, bistro favorites like moules-frites, seared Maine sea scallops and short-rib bourguignon are certainly worthy of mention. The rooftop lounge is perfect for sitting back and enjoying the views with a cocktail in hand.