Sports Bars in Cliffside Park


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At Bounce Sporting Club's two Manhattan locations, chefs re-invent classic American fare inside swank sports bars inspired by the '50s and '60s. The two locations vary in both their aesthetics and menu style, from the uptown bar's comfort food of fried pickles, wraps, and burgers to the downtown location's ginger-and-scallion turkey burger and lobster-roll sliders. Located in the Flatiron District, the downtown location has attracted big-name partygoers such as Kris Humphries and Falstaff to its oak walls, cocoa accents, and plush leather booths illuminated by flat-screen TVs. Sports reign at the uptown location, decorated with exposed-brick walls, nostalgic sports jerseys, and a steel bar backed by a vintage scoreboard.
1403 2nd Ave
New York,
NY
US
For a casual environment and scrumptious American food, stop by Johnny Foxes NYC. Put the diet on pause when you visit Johnny Foxes NYC — there are no low-fat menu items. Just because you're out on the town doesn't mean you have to miss the game. TVs are on in the bar area to give you all the latest scores. Johnny Foxes NYC can easily accommodate large groups or parties. Sit outside when the weather is fine — Johnny Foxes NYC has a lovely patio to enjoy a warm day. A relatively loud restaurant, this is not the place for a quiet night out. If you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, don't get stuck in line with the rest of the crowds — reservations are accepted. You'll also find plenty of safe spaces to lock up your bike if you prefer to cycle to the restaurant. Most items on the menu are reasonably priced, so expect to spend around $30 per person at Johnny Foxes NYC. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Johnny Foxes NYC serves up all three meals.
1546 2nd Ave
New York,
NY
US
The Ainsworth?s 65 TVs broadcast the latest sports games, but the gourmet eatery is far from a typical sports bar. Nestled in the heart of Union Square, the 7,000-square-foot space mixes high and low?in both the literal sense, with a mix of low-slung couches and lofty, chandelier-dotted ceilings, and a metaphorical one. The culinary team grills premium cuts of steak, such as filet mignon and bone-in rib eye, alongside classic sports-bar fare enhanced with upscale touches. The house BLT, for example, adds a seared tuna steak to its traditional ingredients, and the grilled-cheese sandwich swaps out the standard neon-orange filling for rich gruyere and caramelized onions. The bar takes a similar approach with their array of cocktails, such as the house bloody mary, which incorporates Belvedere vodka, a splash of Texas Pete hot sauce, and a celery stalk plucked from the Monopoly man?s own garden.
122 W 26th St
New York,
NY
US
The dining room, lounge, and bar areas at 121 Fulton Street take their cue from the past, with leather-lined banquettes and crystal chandeliers that create a sophisticated setting to enjoy eclectic American pub fare. Plates of black Angus or pulled pork sliders decorate the sleek black tables for a post-work bite, and banana French toast and eggs benedict share space with breakfast cocktails during weekend brunches. Oversized lanterns light the bar area featuring flat-screen televisions and three-dimensional bartenders who mix specialty cocktails with fresh raspberries, cucumbers, and pur?ed lychee and pour pints of domestic and imported beers. Mirrors abound throughout the restaurant to make the space feel open while also concealing plasma televisions that spark to life during baseball games, soccer matches, or tests of the Emergency Broadcast System.
121 Fulton Street
New York,
NY
US
Kilroy's Sports Bar welcomes drinkers, diners, and sports fans of all stripes into a colorful and lively atmosphere. As a proud New York Jets bar, its roomy interior is illuminated by the glow of more than 100 TVs airing sports, as well as a roaring fireplace during the colder months. A full menu of pub classics is available throughout the day, satisfying cravings for wings in one of five sauces and prime-rib sliders with horseradish sauce. In addition to the food, bartenders pull cold, foamy pours from 44 different taps, and they also craft specialty drinks such as jalape?o margaritas and cake-flavored martinis.
645 Washington Avenue
Carlstadt,
NJ
US
Governor Chris Christie said that Redd's Restaurant & Bar is the "Times Squares of New Jersey," and its ubiquitous high-definition TVs and lively tailgating festivities support the comparison. Down the block from MetLife Stadium and the IZOD Center, Redd's supplies pints to those watching games on TV, stopping in to chow down on sesame-crusted chicken teriyaki, or trekking to the stadium for live sports and music. Onsite shuttle service speeds fans off to games at MetLife Stadium without the hassle of walking or asking an offensive lineman for a piggyback ride. Upstairs, a 2,000-square-foot balcony looks out on MetLife Stadium.
317 Washington Ave
Carlstadt,
NJ
US
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