Floyd, NY

20s / 30s / After Work / Bar / Blue Collar / Bocce Ball / Casual / Expats / Football Fans / Happy Hour / Hipster / International / Jeans and T-Shirt / Jukebox / Lounge / Rock / Rockers / Snack Food / Sneakers / Soccer / Soccer Bar / Sports / Sports Fans / TVs / Whiskey
Floyd, NY Arsenal fans beware. Floyd, NY is the resident bar of the New York Tottenham Hotspur Fan Club, and weekend mornings find the quaint rustic space full of rowdy hooligans in blue and white sipping breakfast pints and singing... New York United States 40.690817 -73.995607
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Floyd, NY - Bar | Lounge | Soccer Bar in New York.
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Party Earth Review Arsenal fans beware – Floyd, NY is the resident bar of the New York Tottenham Hotspur Fan Club, and weekend mornings find the quaint rustic space full of rowdy hooligans in blue and white sipping breakfast pints and singing... ... read full review

  • Subway:

    2, 3, 4, 5: Borough Hall-Court Street-Montague Street

  • Phone:

    718-858-5810

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    M–F 5pm–4am, Sa–Su 10am–4am; open earlier for televised Tottenham Hotspur games

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Floyd, NY Review

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Arsenal fans beware. Floyd, NY is the resident bar of the New York Tottenham Hotspur Fan Club, and weekend mornings find the quaint rustic space full of rowdy hooligans in blue and white sipping breakfast pints and singing...

Arsenal fans beware – Floyd, NY is the resident bar of the New York Tottenham Hotspur Fan Club, and weekend mornings find the quaint rustic space full of rowdy hooligans in blue and white sipping breakfast pints and singing obnoxiously about a team of Robbie Keanes.

When it’s not Spur headquarters, though, this welcoming, wood-paneled tavern hosts eclectic, laid-back mobs of local bearded hipsters and after-work neighborhood everymen dedicated to the mellow vibe and reasonable prices.

Classic beer and tobacco ads, black-and-white photos of mustached generals, and a mismatched collection of time-worn furnishings make up most of the décor near the bar, where rockers and construction workers alike gather to sip whiskey and sample beer cheese, or laze on vintage sofas in the small, book-lined alcove up front.

Besides its cheap beer, fine bourbons, and footballer regulars, the bar’s other claim to fame is its dedication to bocce ball. Although the indoor clay courts play host to competitive league matches, regulars can more frequently be found boisterously tossing out balls and yanking beers from their Crap-U-Copia, a $15 bucket of six Z-grade beers.

A simple, cozy hangout that doesn’t put on airs, Floyd is a great choice for anyone looking to trade in the cocktail bar scene for an old-fashioned good time.

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Tip from Emma:

Bocce is a serious deal at Floyd and its brother bar, Union Hall – just check out the bocce forum on the website. While throwing an occasional game yourself is fun, stop by on a Sunday or Monday to see how the pros do it.

  • Crowd

    Brooklyn hipsters, rockers, neighborhood workers, and Tottenham fans, 20s to 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Jukebox with classic and modern rock. TV over the bar. Books available for use in the bar. Indoor clay bocce ball court. Bocce league Saturdays and Sundays noon–5pm and Mondays 7–11pm. Year-round bocce tournament (bocce.floydny.com/).

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Beer cheese available upon request. Delivery menus available for patrons who want to order in. Happy Hour M–F 5–7pm.

  • Prices

    Beer cheese $4. Beer $2–$6, Crap-U-Copia bucket $15, wine $6+, cocktails $6+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual: jeans, t-shirts, sneakers.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Fridays and Saturdays for general partying, Saturday and Sunday mornings for Premiere League Football, and Sunday and Monday nights for Floyd Bocce tournaments.

  • Close By

    Less than a block away is Chip Shop (129 Atlantic Avenue), a fantastic UK-style fish and chips place.

Floyd, NY User Reviews

Average rating:
And the Spurs go marching on
Chris K. Nov 20, 2012
If it hadn't been for a foolhardy screaming match, I would've given this place four stars, as it was once the city's premiere Tottenham Hotspurs bar. No more--an angry argument between a Spurs fan and a league bocce player resulted in fans of the pride of North London being ejected from the bar. However, for the average drinker, this place is the bomb. With its vast space, indoor bocce court, and excellent beer selection (the Crap-U-Copia bucket is truly one of the greatest drink deals in the city), this Brooklyn institution is a fantastic place to wile away an afternoon sipping some suds and talking jive with anyone else who happens to stumble along. Plus, they have beer cheese, which is a combination of the two greatest things on earth.
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