Takes over too-hard-to-pronounce Gstaad space off Madison Square Park. Tall black beams hold up a spacious sports bar with plenty of TVs and a projector screen posted about. Goose Island IPA and Ir... read more
Not a George Brett theme bar. Takes a more regal approach than the sweatpants-fest of NY sports bars of yore. Nightclub shades in the look, with smooth banquettes, modern lighting. Slabs of rustic ... read more
If more proof were needed that the LES has gone to the dogs. This canine takes a bite out of a prime Orchard corner, with bar built to the specs of sibling joints like Down the Hatch and Off th... read more
"Local hang" on an epic scale. Spin-off of Chelsea joint takes over four separate private party spaces, plus a patio. Sports bar first and foremost, proudly packing 65 flat-screens, with enough acr... read more
Side street sports bar across from City Hall. Five screens play the games du jour. Bar up front, tables in the back, exposed brick holding up the walls. Dress code follows proper theme, prefers col... read more
Bordering on an Irish pub, Chelsea sports bar touts unfettered views with HDTVs surrounding the entire room. Upscale-yet-casual menu lists more than your typical bar food. Mussels frites, lobster m... read more
Port Authority comfort food pros expand east. Bread shipped in from Philly daily for more or less classic cheesesteaks. Also real Italian hoagies, roast pork, broccoli rabe. Italian fries or Yuengl... read more
Finally a gastropub for the FiDi. Ainsworth, Hill, and Dune crew upgrade the bar food options on Wall Street's fringe. Lobster Cobb salads, free-range chickens, black angus sliders with truffled Th... read more
Massive sports bar replaces Porky's, with thirty flatscreen TVs tuned into one testosterone-fueled event or another. Seats at horseshoe-shaped leather banquettes provide clear HD views. Skirt steak... read more
Nightclub slash restaurant Charles reborn as nightclub slash sports bar. Continuity provided by holdover chef, although now she’s cranking out sophisto takes on bar bites. Think fish and chip... read more
West Village bar takes a page from Ainsworth and Warren 77 playbooks, drops a sophisto haunt for gorging on sports. No cheapie Miller Lite posters and stale beer stench, instead clubby feel from wo... read more
Six-thousand foot sprawler aims to fill the "local hang" hole in the heart of Chelsea and the Flatiron. Sports bar first and foremost, proudly packing 40 flat-screens, with enough acreage to ensure... read more
Sports bar, Tribeca style. Think Smith & Mills cross-fertilized with the ESPN Zone. Metrosexual left wing Sean Avery is on board, applying his "most hated player in the NHL" credentials to the ... read more
Sports bar, as imagined by a nightclub. Sleek finishes, low lights, somewhat tarted-up crowd. Entry room leads to narrow bar leads to big back room with a second bar. Sixteen high-def big screens p... read more
One of the few spots in Manhattan that brags "buses welcome." Humungous tourist-friendly brew pub right on the river, clink a few while watching pink-slipped bankers knock away their frustrations o... read more
Jay-Z's multi-million-dollar upgrade of his sports bar slash nightclub has the place popping again. Like stepping into a hip-hop video, minus the fisheye. Super sleek, modern, and accented with spo... read more
Generous selection of beer and friendly bartenders welcome you to raised wooden booths and flatscreens always tuned to ESPN. Downstairs is frat-house smelly, but with more breathing room and a pool... read more
Just like in the "Murray Hill Song," so fire up the Douche Cam. Soundtrack actually pre-dates DJ Lubel's era, with ‘80s tunes remaining au courant. Vintage videos blast away while you pound w... read more
Transforms from cozy lunch and brunch bistro with nooks and crannies aplenty for intimate dining to a full-on mosh pit of the young and inebriated. Friendly bartenders will have your back when you'... read more
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Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...