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The Best Sports Bars in NYC
June 13, 2017, 8:37 p.m.
Taproom No. 307
This Kips Bay bar will impress you from the moment you walk in. As the NYC Rooftop Bar specialist, we know a thing or two about good bars. Now, this bar maybe special because everyone is in suits, but this bar joint feels more like sitting in the box seat section during one of your favorite games. Either way, the highlight is that you can order from 40 different craft beers on drought. And if you get hungry, why not get yourself some pesto pizza or truffle fries? Upscale with lots of beers and great viewing of the big game, sounds perfect!
This place is called Stout for a reason, you can order from a selection of bottle and craft beers, including 32 stouts! Well, this central midtown location offers everything from lunch services to a bar menu that will keep you much longer than you anticipated. The most impressive aspect of this unique sports bar is the three-level sports mecca uniting multiple projectors for the best viewing possible. From the NYC Rooftop Bar experts, we hope you go and enjoy a stout and kickback!
Keg & Lantern
This is an unusual mix; if you are the sports lover but your girlfriend is the “I want to sit here and meditate” type, then this place will solve all your relationship issues. This part sports bar, part Zen garden offers an area where sports fantastic can kickback with a beer over their favorite sports team, while others can enjoy sips of wine in a canopied backyard. This Brooklyn brewpub offers the best of both worlds!
The Garden at Studio Square NYC
If you need to feel like you are in the heart of the action, inside a large stadium, then The Garden is perfect for you and your sports enthusiastic mates. This 300,000-square-foot event space offers 40 flat screen TVs and a 160—square-foot outdoor screen projecting matches for the soccer lover that actually calls it, “football.” You can thank Studio Square for providing such a large event space.
If you desire an unconventional sports bar experience, Boxers HK is the place. This Hell’s Kitchen spot is a three-level complex offering over 21 flat screens showing everything from basketball both pro and college, to football and most surprising, LGBT sports leagues. This sports bar feels clubbier than sports-frattie, adding for a more tasteful sports bar experience with DJ’s, mixed drinks, shirtless bartenders and crowds of the New York LGBT community. Stay overtime and enjoy the late night happy hour, Monday-Wednesday from 11pm until close.
By NYC Rooftop Bar Crawl