This sports bar/zen garden Brooklyn spot has something for the die-hard sports fan and the not so inclined buddy/significant other. The sports fan can cheer the game while others can drink wine in the canopied yard.
A full blown sports beer garden. During happy hours from 4-8pm Monday-Thursday and 3-8pm on Fridays, get $4 craft beer and watch the game on the big outdoor screen.
You can also play darts and cornhole yourself!
Catch the action on one of 12 LCD televisions or the 10-foot projection screen at this East Village saloon. Largest seller of Harpoon outside of Massachusetts. The nachos and the pizza are a big crowd drawer as well.
The popular LGBTQ bar with a three-level spin-off, featuring a 1,500-square-foot roof deck. Head downstairs to catch deejayed techno sets on the weekends, and go for one of the 13 beers on tap (Guinness, Budweiser). Watch the latest game—playing on the 20 TVs—from a brown-leather banquette, and look for the Michelangelo-inspired mural.
Food-forward soccer spot with wood panelled barroom offers a 30-deep beer list including unexpected options like the fotifyung Mikkeller Beer Greek Breakfast Stout and non-stop live and tape-delayed matches on 50inch screens and a 104 inch projection screen. There is also an organic, mostly comfort food menu.