Dive Bar / Sports Bar
Party Earth Review New Orleans meets the Upper West Side at Bourbon St., where patrons channel a Mardi Gras mentality every night and aren’t afraid to leave behind their inhibitions…and maybe a brassiere or two. Calling this an authentic Big Easy joint is a stretch – aside from the token masks, beads, and over-the-shoulder boulder holders ... more
407 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10024
Party Earth Review Spanning sixteen thousand square feet over three floors, Stout NYC is an immense but homey Irish pub usually filled with a bustling crowd of young professionals – not to mention the yells of rowdy University of Texas football fans who have made the pub their official hangout on fall Saturday afternoons. Originally designed ... more
133 West 33rd Street
New York, NY 10001
Restaurant / Sports Bar
Party Earth Review A relaxed restaurant and rowdy sports bar all in one, 200 Fifth is a versatile venue that attracts a diverse and loyal clientele of young professionals, older regulars, and sports fans. On one side, small candlelit tables and ambient tunes create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in the restaurant, usually full of dating ... more
200 Fifth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Pub / Sports Bar
Party Earth Review A large pub that feels far removed from the ever-congested late-night world of nearby clubs, Dewey’s Flatiron draws a sports-loving crowd for cheap game-day pitchers and greasy, filling bar food. Seventeen flat-screens on the exposed brick walls display football, baseball, and Premier League soccer, all of ... more
210 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10010
Sports Bar / Tavern
Party Earth Review A lively sports bar with a classic West Village feel, Barrow Street Ale House is a refuge for blue-collars, young professionals, and students in need of a beer and a sports fix. Patrons entering the narrow space will find typical pub trappings like wooden booths, a weathered bar lit by a single iron chandelier, and the ... more
15 Barrow Street
New York, NY 10014
Party Earth Review A simple BBQ joint by day, by night the southern farm-themed Brother Jimmy’s turns into a raucous ex-frat boy hangout where hordes of former Gammas and Deltas chug Bud Light, yell along to classic rock, and relive their glory days. Khaki-clad young professionals and recent college grads mill around the whiskey barrel wall ... more
116 East 16th Street
New York, NY 10003
Party Earth Review Students and twenty-something patrons nostalgic for their college days will want to check out Village Pourhouse, a boisterous beer bar offering enough Happy Hours, theme nights, sports events, and cheap food to satisfy just about anyone. Preppy beer scholars and NYU jocks from the dorms across the street pile in to the ... more
64 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10003
Reviewed by Jaclyn W.
"Love this place for brunch! They have the best pecan encrusted french toast ever. Also their corned beef hash and eggs? Love is how to explain it ..." more
1546 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10184
Seeing as New York sports fans are among the most passionate and dedicated in the world, it should come as no surprise that New York sports bars are up to the challenge of keeping these hardcore revelers knee-deep in suds.
The city breathes sports practically 24/7 so home team pride is emblazoned on sports bars all over town, and thanks to the fact that sports are played every single day of the year it’s basically impossible not to find a NYC sports bar with the game on.
Whether it’s Yankees and Mets baseball, Knicks basketball, Jets and Giants football, Rangers and Islanders hockey, Red Bulls soccer, or even the annual U.S. Open tennis tournament, there’s always a game playing on the flat-screens and the sports bars remain packed.
Consequently, even if you can’t get into the mecca of sports that is Madison Square Garden – where 20,000 fans pack in to watch hockey, college or pro basketball, and boxing throughout the year – the next best thing is to tuck into a great NYC sports bar and catch all the action over one (Two? Three?) pitchers!
From the outer limits of Brooklyn to the heart of Manhattan, finding sports bars in NYC to suit your tastes will not be difficult, no matter if the best sports bar in your eyes is the grittiest dive in town or one of the classiest spots in the world.