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.

Nevada Smiths

Nevada Smiths

74 3rd Avenue

If you're looking for the spot to watch soccer in NYC, its Nevada Smiths. Some of its more famous patrons include Roman Abramovich (Owner of Chelsea FC) and Ehud Olmert (Prime Minister of Israel).... Read More

Phebe’s

Phebe’s

359 Bowery

While it wasn't called Phebe's, this structure has been sitting on the Bowery for well over 100 years. Hosting Red Sox and Bengals fans, the eclectic mix of people and large standing area makes this... Read More

Professor Thom’s

Professor Thom’s

219 2nd Ave

Place is a Michigan joint in the fall (insert 2008 joke here), and is a chill bar on a stretch with a few other underrateds, i.e. Telephone Bar (not to mention the entirety of the Village several... Read More

Slainte

Slainte

304 Bowery

If you find yourself in the Lower East Side/East Village and hipster bars aren't fitting the bill, saunter up to the bar at Slainte and you'll feel right at home. This classic Irish pub boasts 12... Read More

Standings

Standings

43 E 7th Street

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Still

Still

192 3rd Avenue

We'll jack NYMag's description for this one: "On the surface Still looks like a typical cavernous, after-work watering hole complete with plasma televisions and filled with men in rumpled blue... Read More

Stillwater NYC

Stillwater NYC

78 East 4th Street

Stillwater boasts Buck Hunter and a golf video game, a pool table and an online jukebox, half a dozen plasma tvs, a killer wings deal on Mondays and cheap beer specials on several other nights. Read More

The 13th Step

The 13th Step

149 Second Avenue

Sometimes a bad decision can be the right move. One place that brings that to mind at the 13th Step. Named after an AA term for sleeping with your sponsor, the 13th Step is a great little watering

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Village Pourhouse - East Village

Village Pourhouse - East Village

64 Third Ave

There are three "Village Pour Houses:" in the East Village, Restaurant Row and the Upper West Side. All are perennial favorites for watching sports, as they offer all the major sports packages and

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Zum Schneider

Zum Schneider

107 Avenue C

Can't make it to Deutschland for Oktoberfest? Have no fear. Zum Schneider offers an authentic German experience right in the heart of the East Village. The city's only indoor biergarten will be

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