New York, NY 10001
Village Voice's Description
This posh Chelsea restaurant is something of a monster, 6,000 square feet of polished wood and handsome leather seats and banquettes. Sleek lines are complemented with vintage touches like antique mirrors and damask wallpaper. It certainly doesn't look like a sports bar but plenty of people come to watch the game on one of the 40 flat-screen, hi-def televisions. The food is upscale pub grub, tweaked classics like sliders filled with lobster or sirloin steak, a goat cheese-stuffed lamb burger, grilled cheese filled with braised short rib, tuna tartar tacos and more. What would a sports bar be without beer? Choose from seven brews on tap, from craft beers like Goose Island to domestics like Budweiser, available in pints and pitchers. A small wine list and a selection of specialty cocktails like pomegranate margaritas are available as well. On game days, expect large crowds of dressed-up sports fans.âKeith Wagstaff
Tips from foursquare
What can only be called a megagastropub. 6,000 square foot space with 40 flat-screen TVs, dressed-up bar menu and a gigantic antique pinewood bar.
A state-of-the-art sound system (enhanced by multiple hi-def plasmas) makes this restaurant one of the city’s best venues for watching the big game. (The crab cakes with saffron aioli don't hurt.)
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Crimson Tide fans congregrate here to watch every Bama football game! Start with happy hour and stay for delicious American Pub fare.
Nice/clean "sports bar" with legit food. Get the shrimp and avocado salad (that description doesn't do it justice)