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.

Metro 53

Metro 53

307 East 53rd St

Walked by this place last night. It was crazy packed at 6:01pm on a Thursday in June with essentially no sporting events on television. (Michael Jackson, sadly, had just passed away, although no one... Read More

Old Castle Pub & Restaurant

Old Castle Pub & Restaurant

160 West 54th Street

The self-anointed "heart of Irish civilization in midtown," Old Castle Pub & Restaurant holds true to its roots and creates an authentic pub experience amidst the souvenir vendors and Times Square... Read More

PJ Bricks Restaurant and Bar

PJ Bricks Restaurant and Bar

735 10th Avenue

With over 6000 sq. ft. of real estate, this is a mammoth of a place on 10th ave. The space is huge with separate restaurant, bar and lounge sections. The menu is diverse with a couple great

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Players Sports Restaurant and Lounge

Players Sports Restaurant and Lounge

25 West 32nd Street

This is essentially the rare combo (except for seedy towns along central NJ) of "karaoke bar" and "sports bar." There are only two karaoke rooms in the back -- less than in most Korea Town jams --

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Stout

Stout

133 W 33rd Street

Stout is an excellent bar for sports watching. With three levels of bars, tables and tvs, there is plenty of space to see the game you want. While Stout tends to draw soccer fans and Texas

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The Australian

The Australian

20 West 38 Street

One of us works near this joint, and back in 2007 or so, we were spending a good deal of time here, including taking a few Match.Com dates over to this spot. It's pretty cool -- legitimate

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The Mean Fiddler

The Mean Fiddler

266 West 47th Street

Google Maps this joint, and apparently you'll learn it gets a little interesting in here during Fleet Week. Zing! In the meantime, it's a cool bar in the theater district to check out for low-key... Read More

The Snug Bar

The Snug Bar

751 9th Avenue

Despite holding true to its moniker, this Midtown West hangout is a great spot to catch a game - boasting multiple tvs, a classic pub menu and a relaxing vibe. Happy hour daily until 8, then again

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Think Cafe 32

Think Cafe 32

34 W. 32nd Street

South Korea focused bar in Korea Town. Likely the best place to check S. Korea action during World Cup 2010. You get complimentary shots of Makkolli, an unrefined rice wine, if you watch the World... Read More

Tonic Times Square

Tonic Times Square

727 Seventh Ave

This bar is amazing, hands down. Walked in there on a Sunday once and they were playing Russia vs. Canada in world juniors hockey. Who does that? (There was a group of Russians at the bar going

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