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Where to Cheer on Your Favorite Sports Teams, According to Your Fandom
New York City has sports bars for fans of all stripes.
The Absolute Best Sports Bars in New York
With good drinks, solid food, and a notable lack of bro culture, these are the places to go when you want to watch the game.
Mary Jane Weedman
This Sports Bar Was Struggling — Until It Went Kosher and Business Took Off
Revenue has skyrocketed ever since the owners of Promenade Bar and Grill decided to seek a kosher certification.
The NFL’s Bad Ratings Are Hurting Pizza and Wing Chains
Ten percent of traffic is tied to football, so executives at sports-bar chains are getting skittish.
13 NYC Bars Where You’ll Actually Want to Go to Watch Sports
Where to watch the Mets face the Cubs on Saturday, catch Sunday football this weekend, and more.
3 Former Saul Chefs Have Teamed Up for Game, an Ultrameaty Sports Bar
The lamb ribs are pastrami-crusted, the chicken wings are dotted with serranos, and there’s oxtail in the short-rib chili.
Chickie’s & Pete’s Erects Philly’s Largest TV Screen
After scoring bragging rights to being the country’s best sports bar, the crabfries slingers decided building a bigger TV was in order.
At Last, the North End Gets A … Sports Bar?
Vito’s Tavern has a wild-n-crazy menu.
A Look Into The Varsity, Open Today, No Wedgies Required
Mid-City’s new restaurant and lounge looks more like The Viceroy attempted a sports bar than Big Wang’s.
The Tilted Kilt Is Bringing Its Perverted Pub to Long Beach
Could a trend be building of food served with a side of soft-core porn?
First Look at SNAP: The Meatpacking Gets the Sports Bar It Deserves
Get ready for “Sports Nightlife and Pasttime” on 14th Street.
The North Star Open for Fries, Dancing
A shiny new sports bar opens near TD Garden.
Amazin’! Darryl Strawberry’s Restaurant Opens Next Week
Southern Hospitality’s Eytan Sugarman is a partner.
Hollywood Getting Loaded and The Parlor
Jordan Kaye and the owners of Big Wang’s both expand in Hollywood.
Locals Opens a Mid-City Sports Bar for Locavores, Grub Street Readers Get 15%
A former Villa manager brings sustainability to an unlikely venue.
The Down And Out Replaces Charlie O’s, But Keeps The Funk
A dingy Downtown classic gets its remake.
Where to Cheer On the Yankees for Cheap
Get your drink on during the ALCS.
Where to Drink and Watch The Dodgers Win Tonight
These bars should fit all needs while watching the Dodgers enter the NLCS tonight.
What to Eat at Capitol City, Previewing Tonight in Cahuenga Corridor
A new sports bar hits The Cahuenga Corridor, with typical Hollywood style.
Game Over for Bounce Deuce
The East Village is down a sports bar.
Menu Makeovers: 40/40 Goes Upscale, Bar Artisanal Does Late-Night
A look at the new menus.
A First Look at Warren 77, Where the Bea Meets MSG
See the new tavern from a Beatrice owner and a New York Ranger.
Beatrice Owner Opens Sports Tavern With New York Ranger Sean Avery
John McEnroe and Josh Hartnett have already made appearances.
Grub Street Readers Pick Their Favorite Hot Wings
Some standbys and more than a few surprises.
Neighbors Attempt to Sack Sports Bar
What’s in the works at 180 Lafayette?
The Absolute Best Soccer Bar in New York
Whether you’re watching the Champions League, the English Premier League, or Major League Soccer, these are the best places to pull up for a pint.