If you liked our article about sports bars in Chicago then you’ll love this East Coast version about the best sports bars in New York. The big apple is the destination for a lot of different kinds of travelers and fans. And sports fan can rejoice in knowing there are several different caliber bars to fit their game night needs.

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For the traveling businessman, we have Taproom No. 307 in Kips Bay, with it’s 40 different craft beers and high-class bar fare (pest pizza and truffle fries). After a long day at the office, you’ll feel right at home surrounded by your fellow fans in suits. It’s just like watching from box seats, only much less expensive.



Not a big fan of big crowds or loud spaces, but still like to get out your hotel room and be a social human being? Reward yourself for and adulting and satisfy your inner introvert at Standings bar. It’s a small scale sports bar with only 10 bar stools and 3 tables. Watch your team fight for a “W” while throwing back one the many different American microbrews and handcrafted ales that rotate every other week.


Wisconsin fan? There is a 1950’s bar called Kettle of Fish that twillmake you feel right at home. This “Shrine to the Packers” will satisfy evens the cheesiest of cheeseheads. It also has a self-proclaimed “best jukebox” in the city. At halftime, you can kill some time by playing a round of darts or taking a trip down nostalgia lane and kicking some butt on Galaga or Pac-man.




Got a large group and need a keg? Head over to Finnerty’s in East Village to catch the game and get top-notch keg service. Their large beer selection and 24 screens will keep you tuned in and laid back. And if you don’t want the party to stop, good news! they’re open until 4 am. They have a variety of cool events from a “geeks who drink” night to a Warriors game(party) Bus. Definitely, a cool place to check out.




If you’re looking for more of a party/club environment The Grayson is for you. With its whopping 42 TV’s and 9 laser projectors, there’s no better place to catch the game and have a good time. The Dj’s often spin some of the 90’s favorites and the food will leave you feeling oh so good. There’s trivia nights, club nights, and just plain old game nights as well for those nights where you just wanna watch the game.



This is by no means an exhaustive list, but these are definitely some cool places to check out. if you find yourself traveling to the east coast. Didn’t see your favorite spot on this list? Or have a better suggestion? Let us know in the comments!
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Calvin is a 28 year old software developer who recently moved to Texas. As a Chicago Native he is passionate about good food and loves good people. You can often find him lost in the aisles of your local Barnes and Noble reading the books for free because he doesn't want to pay for them.

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