Bars

New York has more bars than any other city in the world. There are great bars and a fair amount of terrible bars. The team at Where We Watch know the "where should we go out?" feeling and want to take the guess work out of your drinking plans.

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Butterfield 8

Butterfield 8

5 East 38th Street

This isn't a sports bar per se; they play sports, and they have good TV coverage, but they'd likely not even classify themselves as such. Rather, here's the experiences of one of our writers at this... Read More

Calico Jacks

Calico Jacks

800 2nd Avenue

Calico Jack's wouldn't necessarily fit Where We Watch's traditional classification of a "sports bar'. But those Aggies from College Station are hardly traditionalists. The divey Mexican joint in... Read More

Central Bar NYC

Central Bar NYC

109 East 9th St

Right around the corner from Nevada Smiths, Central Bar is unabashedly willing to absorb the famed soccer pub's spillover crowd to an equally football-friendly East Village locale. TVs can be found... Read More

Chip Shop

Chip Shop

129 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn Heights

One of the better British spots in the city, along with possibly Red Lion in lower Manhattan. There's an Atlantic Avenue spot and a Park Slope spot. Read More

Copper Door Tavern

Copper Door Tavern

272 3rd Avenue

A neighborhood Gramercy sports bar with plenty of drink specials, cheap bar food, and a mellow vibe. Read More

Cronin and Phelan’s

Cronin and Phelan’s

3814 Broadway, Astoria

True story: this joint has NHL Center Ice (or, for at least part of the 2008-2009 NHL season, it did). We walked in here late on a Friday, looking for a burger and a beer, and we ended up watching

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Croxley Ales

Croxley Ales

28 Avenue B

Featuring a few cheap wing nights and drink specials, Croxley Ales is a staple sports bar in the East Village. Croxley also has other locations throughout the state, but I can only recommend the

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Dempsey’s

Dempsey’s

61 Second Avenue

Thing to know here: the nachos are really good. Above-grade bar nachos. No joke. It's also a really legitimate place to hang out and grab a few brews with your friends. Their house ale

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Dewey’s Flatiron

Dewey’s Flatiron

210 5th Avenue

There are a lot of bars in this neighborhood that try to be more than they need to be. Dewey's isn't one of them. They got good food, lots of TVs and over 20 beers on tap. What more do you need?... Read More

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