104 "Sports!" restaurants in New York.
These are the places that A) serve good food and B) have televisions that will be showing any big games. Some of them only serve bar food, but don’t act like that isn't what you want when you're watching sports. Even if your team doesn't win, come hungry and you'll at least leave somewhat happy.
The Red Lion is a big bar in Greenwich Village that’s a good spot to watch soccer on TV during the day, and listen to live music every night.
Mikkeller is a famous Danish brewery with a great taproom attached to Citi Field.
White Star is an American spot in Jersey City with good cocktails and great buffalo wings.
Bronx Ale House serves good beers and great burgers in a big space with lots of TVs.
Triona’s is a sports bar in Gramercy that is usually pretty low-key, except when Michigan or a team from Chicago is playing.
Blue Haven is a bar on Houston Street where you should watch college sports (just make a reservation ahead of time).
Croxley’s is a big sports bar in Williamsburg with lots of seating and very good buffalo wings.
When you want to feel like an undergrad and watch sports on the Upper East Side, head to The Stumble Inn.
Hair Of The Dog is a big bar on the Lower East Side where you can play beer pong and watch sports.
Smithfield Hall is a great spot to watch any sport, but especially soccer.
Professor Thom's is a sports bar in the East Village that gets crazy during Michigan and Patriots games.
This Big Whiskey is a good spot to watch sports with a group in Williamsburg.
Mudville is a sports bar in Tribeca with some of the best buffalo wings in the city.
Bridge And Tunnel is a small brewery in Ridgewood that looks like a garage hideout.