Photo: Mustang Harry's
Midtown’s legendary Irish sports pub Mustang Harry’s (352 7th Ave) - just steps from Madison Square Garden – is gearing up for the Big East Men’s Basketball Tournament (Mar 9-12, 2022) leading up to the NCAA Final Four (New Orleans, Apr 4) and throughout March Madness (Mar 13-Apr 4).
The pub has dozens of big screen TVs, a state-of-the-art surround sound system (even in the bathrooms - so you’ll never miss a play!), two premium bars (99-ft main bar downstairs), and ample seating across two floors of plush leather banquettes, dining tables, and high-top booths offering unmatched views of the games in high-def. Mustang Harry’s will be offering daily specials like $6 game day beers - in addition to an impressive selection of cocktails and spirits (including 200+ whiskey & tequilas alone) - served up with game day favorites like chicken wings, disco fries, Harry’s Nachos, sliders, and more.
Yard House is a popular spot to watch the games in the heart of Time Square. With 130 beers on tap, flat-screen TVs everywhere you look, including jumbo ones, you won’t miss any of the action. Beers are also available in 23-ounce towers.
Sean’s Bar & Kitchen
With about two dozen TVs strategically placed and bars on two levels, Sean’s Bar & Kitchen near Rockefeller Center is a popular watering hole in Midtown for both small and large groups. There are plates for sharing along with burgers, cheese steaks or maybe some shepherd’s pie.
Madd Hatter in Hoboken is hosting a March Madness party with more than 50 TV screens. Specials include $19.99 all-you-can-eat wings and drink specials like $4 Bud Light Drafts and $5 Cherry Bombs.
Twist and Smash’d
Not only does Twist and Smash’d in Queens have dozens of screens for you viewing pleasure, they also serve 11 different types of chicken wings with varying heat levels. During breaks you can catch a game of bocce.
Bronx Ale House
Keep an eye on the action while enjoying one of more than a dozen draft beers at the Bronx Ale House. The menu features comforting pub food like burnt ends poutine, smoked ribs, fried mac ‘n cheese and cauliflower wings.
Standings in the East Village is known for its craft beers on tap and for playing game sound instead of music. It’s hosting “March Madness Pizza Gorging Parties” on March 19th and March 20th with free pizza at 1pm each day.
Roam, the new sports bar and restaurant opened its doors steps from Austin Street (in the former Numero 28 space) in Forest Hills. Roam provides sports lovers with a homebase to cheer on their favorite team from. The bar and restaurant serves craveworthy American fare, beers, cocktails and more. Roam is a living room for locals complete with live music, entertainment and nightly specials.
If you are looking to go big for the games, Slate (54 W. 21st St.) boasts the largest HD screen in New York City. The massive 16,000 square foot adult playground boasts three bowling lanes, a BYOB (Be Your Own Bartender) pouring station with 20 adult beverages on tap and a 20-foot slide to get partygoers from the top floor to ground below without having to lift a foot. Slate has 100 TV’s in addition to multiple video walls for endless entertainment accompanied by a Funktion 1 sound system.
Clinton Hall has expansive indoor and outdoor seating to catch the games at FiDi (90 Washington St.), 36th Street (16 W. 36th Street), E. 51st Street (230 E. 51st), Bronx (601 E. 189th St.) and Williamsburg (247 Metropolitan Ave.) locations. Enjoy Supercraft beer, hard seltzers, wine and a full bar menu alongside signature dishes like a Double Smashed Burger, Buffalo Cauliflower, Crispy Chicken Wings, Giant Pretzels and more.
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