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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Amsterdam Ale House

Amsterdam Ale House

340 Amsterdam Avenue

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Bar 29

Bar 29

405 3rd Ave

Formerly Maker's Bar, Bar 29 did right by itself with a renovation. The unassuming little bar serves a menu of Italian sandwiches and with a Syracuse and FSU alum running the joint, college sports... Read More

Bar 515

Bar 515

515 3rd Avenue

Bar 515 refers to itself as "the perfect combination between sports bar and a sophisticated urban night spot." Those cynical of us at WwW refer to Bar 515 as the "place where the magic happened in

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Bar Coastal

Bar Coastal

1495 1st Ave

Bar Coastal is like a great worn-in t-shirt in the generic abyss that is the UES. Both an indoor and an outdoor bar, both authentic sports bar and chill dive bar, the beer and wings specials are 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

Bar Tabac

Bar Tabac

128 Smith Street, Brookyln

This is a pre-eminent French bar in NYC (just trying loading their website, will you?) It's a good spot -- with outdoor capacity -- to watch that squad in World Cup 2010. Read More

Barrow Street Ale House

Barrow Street Ale House

15 Barrow Street

Surprisingly, unless their website's counter is busted, less than 300 people have visited their online home since 2001. Odd, since whenever you walk in this place, it's pretty jumping. Now, the... Read More

Beckett’s

Beckett’s

81 Pearl Street

Just steps from the current (and former) titans of Wall Street is Stone Street, a hotbed of bars chock full of women and Wall Streeters trying to strike it rich. Hidden amongst the happy hour

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Berry Park

Berry Park

4 Berry St.

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