Sports bar such as Lansdowne Road and Ship of Fools of New York are joined by other city sports bar in the top 10 trendiest sports bars in the US.
Find below ten of the trendiest sports bar in America today.
Lansdowne Road is in 10th Ave., New York. The bar honors the name of revered Irish stadium, Lansdowne Road. Sports and Hell’s Kitchen beer aficionados frequent the place. This bar offers high-tech audio system and twelve plasma monitors tactically positioned all over the large rooms to give a great sight of the game. Furniture can hold big crowds together yet, gives a homely ambiance. Lansdowne Road also has food and drinks party packages.
Ship of Fools is in 2nd Ave., New York, NY. Sporting a nautical theme, cordial employees, thirteen large screens and 42 satellite TVs, 4 dart boards, 2 pool tables, modern video games, and online jukebox, Ship of Fools is the place to be for bar and sports enthusiast in downtown New York.
Blondies Sports is located at 79th St., New York, NY. Watch college football and basketball on a couple of large screen televisions and 40 other televisions. You can also enjoy live music, all-you-can-eat wings with beer specials on Monday nights, Blondies tossed salad, and a party space with private bar that can lodge 20 to 100 people.
Backstage Bar & Grill of Culver City, California is a seventy-year old celebrated establishment that has become a preferred place for birthday and other private celebrations. Fireplace, hazy lighting, inexpensive yet fine beverages, and great karaoke are some of the excitements Backstage delivers to its patrons. Moreover, Backstage’s kitchen is the only bar kitchen that has no microwave or freezer, so you can know that they serve fresh food every time.
Yankee Doodles (Santa Monica) at Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica, California is desired nook of both men and women. Ideal for both playing and watching a game, the bar showcases foremost professional and amateur sports happenings the whole year round. Its two-storey edifice is full with many large TVs, air hockey, pool tables, and video games. Flavorsome bacon cheeseburgers, sandwiches, and appetizers complement game watching or playing.
Mother Hubbard’s in Chicago presents Mexican food, pizza, ribs, chicken sandwiches as well as a terrific beer collection. It’s a cool spot to stalk a game since the bar subscribes to nearly all satellite sports resources. This snug bar is friendly to laptop users a well.
Trace at Clark Street, Chicago is deemed by a lot of people to be one of the town’s finest, with a blend of alternative and rock typically preferred by a 20 to 30 age group. Chicago Magazine chose Trace’s Polyrhythmic Open-Mic as one of the leading two open mics in the metropolis. Treat yourself in the Polyrhythmic Open-Mic on Tuesday evenings, and get a chance to see several of USA’s major poetry talent perform. Furthermore, this sports bar regularly features live acoustic entertainment.
The Mezzanine Lounge in Houston holds 35 TVs positioned around the bar, including restrooms so you will never fail to spot the action. You can take a shot at dart boards, pool tables, or poker matches. Lounges with comfortable settees provide a much pleasant mood. The bar offers great drinks such as chocolate martini.
Boston Beer Works in Brookline Ave., is the oldest and most well-liked sports bar in Boston. Baseball season at Boston Beer Works creates standing room mob and long lines. Its giant dining spaces have vacant tables from November to March. The menu is a collection of nourishing food such as grilled swordfish steaks and salads to chive fries to oversized buffalo wings. Extra large desserts and hamburgers as well as marinated turkey are a treat for your starving stomachs.
Cask ‘n Flagon is situated in Brookline Ave., too and is a favorite meeting area of Sox admirers. The walls of the bar are filled with high resolution televisions and pictures that illustrate the Sox and Fenway’s chronicles. You can muse over the hits from the 1980s, and 1970s which are played on weekend nights.