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.

Rattle N’ Hum

Rattle N’ Hum

14 East 33rd Street

Rattle N' Hum is a fairly popular after-work spot. We once heard one of the more accurate descriptions of the venue from a drunk Norwegian guy standing outside. "Good beer bar here," he slurred.... Read More

Slattery’s Midtown Pub

Slattery’s Midtown Pub

8 East 36th Street

This is whatcha call "a diamond in the rough." While the two bars across the street --- Ginger Man and Galway Hooker --- get more attention, Slattery's is two levels, will play audio, is not... Read More

Stone Creek

Stone Creek

140 East 27th Street

This place is pretty classy -- look at the main image on their website. It's a low-key vibe once you get in there, though. They have Direct TV for CFB and NFL packages in the fall of 2010. Your... Read More

The Carriage House

The Carriage House

219 E. 59th Street

Famous story: one of the founders of this site had to watch the end of the 2009 BCS title game (Texas vs. Alabama) in this bar because, well, he left another location, was on a train headed home,

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The Hill

The Hill

416 Third Ave

Full disclosure -- last time we were in this place, the night resulted (although not directly from the Hill) in losing our wallet, iPhone, and, essentially, dignity. However, the part of the evening... Read More

The Perfect Pint

The Perfect Pint

203 East 45th Street

Four floors of drinking. Outdoor roof deck with televisions. Pour-your-own-pint tables. Enough said. (Actually, one more thing: they like soccer here. Did we mention there are four floors? Ample... Read More

The Stag’s Head

The Stag’s Head

252 East 51st Street

The Stag's Head offers much needed respite in the otherwise drab and inebriated Midtown East. With a robust American craft beer selection, tvs on both floors and eight hours of happiness, the bar... Read More

Third and Long

Third and Long

523 3rd Avenue

Third and Long is a bar that does not frown upon starting early. When we walked in on a Sunday at 1 pm, the party was in full swing, from the bartenders pouring shots, to the uproar when the

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Tonic East

Tonic East

411 Third Ave

This place gets crazy on fall Saturdays, and 'crazy' in the good way. We once rocked this joint from the 12pm kickoffs through the Pac 10 games. During Washington State vs. God knows who, we saw two... Read More

Traffic Restaurant & Bar

Traffic Restaurant & Bar

986 2nd Avenue

An addition to Where We Watch that definitely threads the line of not-quite-sports-bar, but can certainly make the claim that its a great place to watch sports nonetheless. With its fabulous brunch

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