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.

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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Blackstones Pub

Blackstones Pub

245 East 55th Street

In the heart of midtown east, among all the standard irish pubs, you'll find Blackstones. In addition to an expansive bar, great happy hour specials and dozens of flat screens, the bar boasts a... Read More

Brother Jimmy’s BBQ - Murray Hill

Brother Jimmy’s BBQ - Murray Hill

181 Lexington Avenue

Look, this is a good spot -- but you need to keep everything in context. It will be crowded, and loud, and play audio -- so if you're looking for a place to shoot the ish with friends, this might

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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

Duke’s NYC

Duke’s NYC

560 Third Avenue

Very strong spot -- on College Football Opening Weekend 2011, we went in here and racked a few beers (they have Abita, which is something you don't often see in Murray Hill establishments) and

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Galway Hooker

Galway Hooker

7 East 36th Street

Galway Hooker has something for everyone. Not only is it spacious, but it offers plenty of bar space to try to secure that all important beverage. True to its Irish roots, Galway Hooker usually

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Jack Demsey’s

Jack Demsey’s

36 West 33rd Street

The topline on Jack Demsey's website is simple: Manhattan's No. 1 Celtic supporter club. It was backed to the gills for the 2009 Champions League Final - but before you assume this is some "dank"... Read More

Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree

513 3rd Ave new york, ny

This is probably the best bar in Manhattan (if you are 21-23, already drunk, sweaty, don't care about the game that is happening and looking for a place to put your tongue.) Joshua Tree leans

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Keats Restaurant

Keats Restaurant

842 Second Avenue

While the neighborhood may be barren, this karaoke bar, which doubles as a sports bar, is full of life. The crowd's great and the beers are cheap. Karaoke is king here, but that shouldn't keep you... Read More

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