There’s nothing wrong with Fruit Loops and yesterday’s highlights to start the day, but Philly cheesesteak spring rolls and live sports are a much better alternative. If you agree, head to this Williamsburg bar, which has five outdoor TVs playing sports starting at 10am on weekends and 1pm during the week. On commercial breaks or whenever Tiger isn’t in the featured group, you can direct your attention to nice views of the Manhattan skyline.
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