The Gramercy location of Triona’s is near Stuy-Town and Kips Bay - two places where you’ll find as many Michigan grads as Morgan Stanley’s training program - which helps explain why this Irish pub identifies itself as a Michigan bar (as well as a place for Chicago sports fans). But whether you want to drink $14 pitchers of light beer surrounded by people wearing “Buck The F*ckeyes” shirts, or you’re just looking for a spot with lots of TVs and bar seating, Triona’s is one of the best sports bars in the neighborhood.
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