New York City is as much appreciated for its range of super sports bars as it is for its impressive billboards. It simply never gets better than this, whether you’re a soccer, hockey, baseball or football fan, the big city offers plenty of places where you can cheer for your team!
Should you wish to rate the sports bars in New York City, Standings will get gold, and visually it instantly impresses with the Minnesota wrestling pennants that hang on the wall, next to that is the jets jerseys display. Plus, there is plenty of other sports memorabilia that adds to the atmosphere and makes it the perfect place to take a seat and watch the game on one of eight big screen TVs. Should you require a refreshment, there are the 12 rotating beers on tap, that goes really well with pizza and you are allowed to bring your own food if you wish.
Standings is what any sports enthusiastic would call a serious sports bar and well worth getting excited about, it focusses on the game and keeping everyone happy. It’s been voted the best bar in the city a couple of times and even though it is not a huge bar it has no problem in turning up the volume, once the game starts.
Ready to watch the Giants or the 49ers? Finnerty’s is the place you need. It is a great sports bar located in the best spot possible for take-out food lovers. Many of the fast foods around the pub remain open till late to offer pub-goers a variety of food since Finnerty’s have no kitchen and only focusses on sports.
Tons of TV’s ensures that everyone can watch the game, which is most of your visit, apart from having a few beers. If you’re a pizza lover, both Joe’s Pizza and Han Dynasty is right there, while Finnerty’s features on every list of top NYC sports bar’s.
Hair of the Dog
Located in Orchard-street, it is often the bars title that first gets the attention of the crowd, but once you’ve been, you’ll know why it’s packed during games and weekends. It’s a fun place with TV screens all around, and sports devotees can be assured of special prices on beers during the game and afterwards.
Hair of the Dog also serves pub food, and the favourites are the French Toast Sticks and Pizzadilla. If you not a keen sports fan you might want to give this one a miss as the crowd don’t hold back when it comes to cheering on their team. The barmen love playing tricks and often encourage customers to order coffee, so they get to spike it a bit. Monday’s all beers are half the price, and on Sunday’s you get half-priced Bloody Marys to recover from the match, or if you up to it, you can also have a few beers at half the price.