The 10 Best Sports Bars in New York! By
New York is a great state for sports fans. From an incredible history in baseball, basketball, football, and hockey, you have plenty of awesome teams to root for and plenty of excellent bars to cheer them on in. Here are a few of the best sports bars in New York State!
Comfortable and local, Sidelines offers Buffalo sports fans the perfect place to unwind and watch the game. The restaurant is a blend of buzzy, fun, and relaxing, offering tasty bar fare in an environment where you can have a conversation.
With 24 craft beers on draft, excellent bar fare—like pizza and Buffalo wings—a casual atmosphere, and TVs all over the place, Sports City Pizza Pub is an ideal spot to catch the Sunday Bills game.
Industrial design, top-notch cocktails, craft beer, and international cuisine make City Line Bar and Grill an amazing space to grab a bite and watch the game in the capital region.
This midtown newcomer is large, classy, and buzz-worthy, with an outdoor patio, ample seating, and a few different bars where you can sit and watch the game after work.
Streamlined and spacious, this sports bar has 48 craft beer taps and delicious food on offer alongside a large assortment of flat-screen TVs.
This East Village sports staple is for true sport aficionados—memorabilia adorns the walls, crowds pack the place, and free food is regularly doled out to feed the passionate fans.
With 17 HDTVs, three projectors, and constant specials on drinks and classic pub fare, this Lower East Side sports bar is a hit with sports fans all over the city, who fill “New York’s coolest bar” every weekend.
With flat screens everywhere, generous portions of wings, and a great beer selection, this Long Island sports is a destination for enthusiastic fans on game night.
Great food, 15 flat screens, 20 tables, pool, darts, and 12 microbrews on tap—the Pour House in Nyack is a hug draw for sports fans in the Hudson Valley region.
Billing itself as a “sports headquarters,” the Garden at Studio Square has 40 screens and a massive 160-foot outdoor mega screen, it’s one of the best places to catch a game, especially in the summer.