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.

Mad Hatter Saloon

Mad Hatter Saloon

360 Third Avenue

There is no question that New York is filled with unmemorable Irish pubs. However, Mad Hatter Saloon definitely does not fall into that category. With several high-def televisions, a vast selection... Read More

Mason Jar

Mason Jar

43 East 30th Street

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McCormack’s Pub

McCormack’s Pub

365 Third Avenue

This is an official 'World Cup partner bar' for 2010 and should be rocking (in the true Murray Hill definition) for every game of the set, almost. Specials range on each day but it's a good "always... Read More

McFadden’s

McFadden’s

800 Second Avenue

McFaddens is an oversized shrine to the Buffalo Bills. Thurman Thomas memorabilia adorns the walls and discontent for their team flows just like the draft beers. Also, the Situation from Jersey

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Mercury Bar

Mercury Bar

493 Third Avenue

If you're a young 20-something looking for a good flirt, Mercury Bar is a good start. Saturday nights feature 80s pop and 90s hip hop (combined with music videos) but this Murray Hill spot does

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O’Reilly’s Townhouse Restaurant

O’Reilly’s Townhouse Restaurant

21 West 35th Street

O'Reilly's Townhouse is a classic pub in the mega-mall of Midtown - with the perfect equation of good food, good drinks, good prices and good people. It is an ideal spot to kill some time before a... Read More

Opal

Opal

251 E 52nd St

A classic Murray Hill-meets-UES staple. Popped collars and polos abound, especially during happy hour... come early or late if you want a good people-watching seat.

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Overlook NYC

Overlook NYC

225 east 44th street

Dubbed "Midtown East's premier sports bar," the Overlook offers everything a New York-residing sports fan could hope for: drink/food specials, 20+ hi-def tvs, and an awesome patio with two GIANT

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Playwright Irish Pub

Playwright Irish Pub

27 West 35th Street

There are a lot of reasons why the Where We Watch team loves Playwright Irish Pub. Besides being a go-to location for some of our favorite sporting events, including Champions League Finals and the... Read More

Public House

Public House

140 E 41st Street

It can get crowded, yes, but Public House is a sweet atmosphere right by Grand Central, thus making it accessible to most trains. We checked out a MLB playoff game here last year -- not the biggest... Read More

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