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.

11th Street Bar

11th Street Bar

510 East 11th Street

The non-descript exterior of 11th Street Bar may fool you into thinking that this is your run-of-the-mill Irish pub. To do so would be a mistake. Step inside this tavern and you'll be treated to a

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Bar None

Bar None

98 3rd Avenue

The first time I came through Bar None it was full of Saints fans losing their minds. This is usual fare for Where We Watch bars, but these fans upped the ante as this was during the preseason.... Read More

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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East Village Tavern

East Village Tavern

158 Avenue C

East Village Tavern offers more than enough in specials and ambience to offset its far-east Alpha City locale. Daily happy hours from 12-7 boast $4 / $5 on ALL Drafts, $3 Bud/Bud Light Bottles, $4

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Finnerty’s

Finnerty’s

221 2nd ave new york, ny

Finnerty's sits in the shadows of the often packed Professor Thom's, but as far as we are concerned, it's a hidden gem. Finnerty's started as one of the diviest in the village, but has been shined

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King’s Head Tavern

King’s Head Tavern

222 East 14th Street

In the midst of the Village's dive bars and lounges, you'll find Kings Head Tavern - a beer aficionado's dream with a vast assortment of draught beers and comfy couches to chill upon. Not an obvious... Read More

Little Town

Little Town

118 East 15 Street, New York, NY 10003

Tucked into the tiny sliver of 15th Street is Little Town, a cozy bar playing homage to the great beers of the Empire State. The bar boasts a healthy list of bottles, drafts and buckets, along with

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Lunasa

Lunasa

126 1st Avenue

Lunasa is the East Village answer to the classic soccer pub. The low key atmosphere inside is low key until the match starts. The food is good and the beer on tap is reasonably priced, what more

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MJ Armstrong’s

MJ Armstrong’s

329 1st Avenue

MJ Armstrong's looks like any New York sports pub on first glance, but under the surface MJ is as Cali as legalized marijuana. Chargers and Golden Bears fans pack out this place anytime their left

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