Choose from Three Options
- $25 for food and drinks for two ($54 value). Pairs can order any two food items and any two drinks.
- $35 for food, drinks, and play for two ($63 value). Pairs can order any two food appetizers, any two drinks, and play ping-pong or billiards for 60 minutes.
- $70 for a March Madness party for eight or more ($128 value). The group can order any four appetizers and two buckets of beer.
Slate is the sports bar other sports bars wish they could be. NYC.com dubbed it "an upscale man cave," and that's not far off. The decor is sleek and slick, punctuated by the cool blue of a curved bar or violet accent lighting. Visitors perch on low-slung banquettes and tall, leather-topped stools—but they don't sit still for long. Because inside, this sprawling bi-level space, there's plenty to do.
Games Just about every seat in the house has a view of one of Slate's flat screens—and there are many—ensuring no one missed a moment of the action on game day. Of course, one need not merely be a spectator: one of Slate's biggest draws is its ping pong and billiards tables, which the New York Times calls "top-quality."
Lounge Crowds also flock here for music, as in-house DJs can be found spinning tunes nearly every night. Upstairs, the dance floor is flanked by the snake-like bar, where guests request specialty cocktails such as the Cue Ball, a blend of vanilla vodka, Malibu, and pineapple juice.
Restaurant Nibble on shareable snacks such as mac and cheese made with American, fontina, and cheddar, or a pizza topped with teriyaki shrimp and wasabi aioli. Guests can also snag a kobe-style beef burger or go straight for the sweet stuff with dark chocolate fondue.
Raves * Uptown Magazine named Slate the best sports bar of 2013. * New York magazine dubbed it the "best billiard joint in Chelsea." * Time Out praised Slate for its "beautifully designed" space, "supermixed crowd", and "incredible" music.