Our Favorite New York City's Sports Bars

New York has sports bars for everyone, Giants fans to Cowboys fans and everything in between. While finding the right one can be tricky we list our favorites with souther charm, TV's and for those who want an arcade to in between commercials.

Printers Alley, a bit of Southern charm brought to New York City. With 3 projectors, 2 bars, and 20 TV screens, this is the laid-back place to watch the game.. Enjoy the game with Southern classics like pulled pork, collard greens, and fried chicken. Plus, they have 2 kinds of slushies, 12 cocktails, and a selection of beers.

Stout is located in midtown, a central location in the heart of Manhattan right by Madison Square Garden. Hailed as New York’s largest Irish pub at three stories, their menu includes over 150 bottled beers, 25 drafts and more than 65 Irish whiskies. As there are 36 TVs in the pub, there are 36 ways to enjoy the game.

With Billiards, Ping-Pong, Darts, Vintage Arcades, Foosball, and Hoops, Breaks Bar & Billiards is a playground made for adults. But don’t let the games distract you from the 16 TV screens, 2 projectors, and a 55-foot long bar. With over 18 beers on tap and a classic American menu, you’ll almost never want to leave.

A soccer-centric pub, Woodwork constantly has futball on at practically all hours when the pub is open. Their website has all the matches for the day, so no one can second guess who’s playing and when. If there’s a match that someone wants to watch but is not on the pub’s schedule, people can call ahead to request it. Bonus: during happy hour, drafts and wells are $4 from 4-7pm from Monday to Friday.

Last one ‘standing’ is Standings, a favorite Irish Pub by many who claim it to be the classic sports bar. Despite its small size, the 8 TVs could practically be seen from everywhere. They have happy hour 5-7pm Monday - Friday and free pizza on Friday! Granted, you’d probably be bumping elbows with the next two people on either side of you, but you’ll bask in the glory of the comradery that only sports can bring!

Beer Gardens Not To Miss In NYC

As the weather becomes warmer and the summer months start to approach, what better way to spend your day than sitting outside with friends enjoying a cold pint of beer? Beer gardens are a popular and favorite among New York locals as a way to relax and enjoy yourself during the summer months. Below are the top beer gardens to visit in NYC.

The Standard Biergarten

Located at the Standard Hotel, this beer garden is known to be pretty cheap when comparing it to the other Standard Hotel venues. Customers should expect beers like the traditional Ayinger Weisse and Koestritzer Dark beer. All drinks are served at picnic tables alongside brats, currywurst and pretzels. Forget traveling to Germany, the Standard will give you the experiences you came looking for.

 

Zum Schneider

This place will bring you back to your days at Oktoberfest. Located in Alphabet City, this beer garden attracts beer lovers and German expats from all over. Customers can choose from a dozen German brews on tap. You can also enjoy all types of German foods while experiencing fun events with live music.

 

Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden

This authentic Czech beer garden is located in Queens and is a huge hit for family and friends during the summer time. Customers can sit outside on picnic tables under the trees while enjoying small plates of sausage and other small delights. You can purchase a variety of European and domestic beers (pints $6, pitchers $16). Known to be one of the largest and oldest outdoor drinking venue in the city, this place is a must try.

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Where To Celebrate National Oyster Day In NYC

   Parker & Quinn Oysters (PC Jenna Murray)

 

Parker & Quinn Oysters (PC Jenna Murray)

Summer is the perfect time to take in seafood with a nice glass of wine. This Sunday is National Oyster Day and we've compiled the top places to go to celebrate this delectable holiday.

Bagatelle

The perennially popular French restaurant Bagatelle will offer up their Summer Gems promotion (which is normally only available Monday-Friday) for dinner on Sunday to celebrate National Oyster Day.  Guests are invited to indulge in a half dozen oysters topped with caviar paired with a glass of house wine or bubbly for $30.

Located at 1 Little West 12th Street

Seamores

One of our favorite spots in Chelsea, Nolita, and around the city offer $1 oysters from 4-7 at their happy hour. everyday. For those who want to expand their meal you can have fresh fish everyday and thier famous fish tacos!

Parker & Quinn

Rosé and oysters go hand-in-hand, so Parker & Quinn is honoring the perfect pair with a dozen oysters and a bottle of their signature rosé for just $45. On August 5 from 11:30am-9pm, the package will be available for one day only, so grab your friends or fellow oyster-loving strangers. For reservations contact reservations@ingoodcompany.com.

Located at 64 W 39th St

Bungalow Bar 

Should you care to pair your oysters with a saltwater breeze, Rockaway’s Bungalow Bar will be celebrating National Oyster Day with a delicious spread of East and West Coast Oysters. Priced at $15 for half a dozen and $30 for a dozen, you can enjoy your Summer Sunday with a feast to yourself or shared with friends alongside panoramic views of Jamaica Bay. For reservations contact reservations@ingoodcompany.com.

Located at 377 Beach 92nd St, Rockaway

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Farm To Table Restaurants Best of The Hamptons

Fresh and locally grown foods are all the craze this season. As we enjoy ever Summer weekend out in the Hampton’s we give you the top Farm to Table Foods in the Hampton area.

Estia’s Little Kitchen

Located in Sag Harbor, Estia’s Kitchen serves American fare with a Southwestern flare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant has its very own garden on premise and focus’ on the tagline clean flood-long life. Most of the time your salad will be harvested directly from the garden, shortly before service. Locally grown foods, from farmers and friends from around the area are used whenever possible.

Located at 1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

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Nick and Toni’s

Behind Nick and Toni’s you will find an acre into a fertile, organic garden. The kitchen staff harvests the plot daily to provide around 30 percent of the restaurants produce. Located in East Hampton, this Tuscan farmhouse style restaurant included a wood-burning oven, adds to the ambiance and peaceful atmosphere. With delicious foods and drinks, this place is a must-try.

Located at 136 N Main St, East Hampton, NY 11937

South Edison

At South Edison, you will find a menu filled with local seafood and produce.  The chef’ developed and original creative menu and continue to craft new dishes to complement the customers’ favorites. You can walk in and try an extensive array of wines and original cocktails. South Edison reflects Montauk’s fun an casual atmosphere o stop in and enjoys the food.

Located at 17 S Edison St, Montauk, NY 11954

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New York City's Top Rooftop Restaurants

New York City has long been dubbed the concrete jungle, its tall skyscrapers and flashy lights around every corner. Though in high pockets of these streets, there are rooftop gardens that the urban habitants can escape to, all while enjoying the view below them.

This is the largest outdoor rooftop garden in New York, offering an indoor penthouse and an outdoor roof-deck. Enormous yellow umbrellas are available over the tables in the summer, and in the colder months, heated lamps and plastic domes cover the tables and offer partial warmth. 230 Fifth offers classic American food and their specialty cocktails uses in season fruits and vegetables.

Located at 230 5th Ave, New York, NY 10001

Located above Pod 39 Hotel, stare out between the terra-cotta columns and this rooftop’s view line covers the south to lower Manhattan skyline. Strings of light cover the expansive space above the rooftop and patches of greenery line the brick walls, giving off a feeling of an Italian garden. Tapas and cocktails are their specialty.

Located at 145 E 39th St, New York, NY 10016

Just south of Hell’s Kitchen is Gallow Green, a lusciously memorizing space atop Chelsea’s McKittrick Hotel. The greenery is lined with twinkling lights and the herbs they grow are used in dishes from the meals. Gallow Green offers an abundance of seafood in their appetizers and mains and flavourful pizza, such as their Kale and Anchovy pizza.

Located at 542 W 27th St, New York, NY 10001

Refinery Rooftop is located atop Refinery Hotel which used to be an industry factory. The restaurant is divided in by brick arches, where one side is an indoor, wood roof while the other has glass walls and a glass sunroof that can open or close, depending on the occasion. The rooftop also has a lounge, completely under open skies and stringed lights that stretch across. Refinery Rooftop offers brunch, lunch and dinner, and a selection of their signature cocktails.

Located at 63 W 38th St, New York, NY 10018

Refinery Rooftop, Oleg 

Refinery Rooftop, Oleg 

Atop the Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel is Rock & Reilly’s, an Irish rock gastro pub offering American favorites and rock inspired cocktails such as Free Falling or When Doves Cry. The restaurant has a retractable roof on its 10,000 square foot space and a simply, but elegant, outdoor terrace.

Located at 218 W 35th St, New York, NY 10001