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.
Sutton Place is a casual dining establishment boasting a large menu packed with innovative American dishes. Commence consumption with the twisted Kung Pao calamari ($13), a plate of affectionate face-licking chicken wings ($10), or delicately dine on the vegetable napolean ($11), a medley of balsamic-roasted portobello mushrooms, heirloom tomatoes, and fresh mozzarella. Specialty dishes include a Caribbean-spiced mahi-mahi ($22), served with shrimp and pineapple fried rice and intoxicated with a dark-rum piña-colada sauce, and a skirt steak with shrimp scampi ($26). Meatberg mongers will want to evaluate the caliber of the Kobe beef burger ($16), dressed in Jack Daniel's barbecue sauce and playing off the acerbic wit of house-cured pickles and pickled onions. The manually mischievous, however, can keep idle hands too busy to set fire to anything by filling them with the pulled Carolina pork sandwich ($9), the turkey club ($11), or the roasted portobello and vegetable wrap ($10). An extensive wine list and full bar menu is also available.
Huddled behind the bleachers of Yankee Stadium, Stan's Sports Bar is a landmark tribute to all things Yankee, serving up traditional American fare beneath the approving glances of the baseball legends pictured on its walls. The menu of hearty handhelds such as hot roast-beef, pastrami, and corned-beef sandwiches ($13) fuels the necessary ab muscles for cheering for the Yankees and Bronx-cheering for all other teams. Flocks of fans looking to save their main appetites for stadium snacks can share several appetizers, including jalapeño poppers ($7.50), potato knish ($4.25), and a basket of popcorn shrimp ($12), chased with Stan's new grilled-chicken cheesesteak sandwich ($11.50). For a more out-of-town treat, try a classic Chicago-style hot dog, which is topped with mustard, onions, tomato, relish, pickles, and the salty tears of anguished Cubs fans (traditionally served in place of ketchup) ($10).
The air inside The Parlour Yorkville is filled with Irish hospitality and the smells of Irish comfort food. It's a place where corned beef and cabbage and bangers and mash get washed down with pints of Guinness and Magners cider; where groups of friends chat over Irish coffees and hot toddies. Supporters of the NYC Celtic Football Club call this bar home, and they can often be seen cheering for their team while waving pennants dipped in shepherd's pie.
Every week, you leave the dojo and wish you had a good place to invite your classmates and Sensei Jim to come hang out. Kick your social life up a few belt notches with today's Groupon to Manny's on Second, an inviting sports-fueled neighborhood pub in Yorkville, Manhattan. With this deal, $10 gets you $20 worth of eats and drinks at this welcoming establishment.