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Sunday Football, with Style
Cameron Lisa | Photo: Melissa Hom | November 7, 2013
Take Sunday football to the next level at these high-end sports bars.
Located in the modish and contemporary Hudson Hotel, this upscale beer den and burger joint allows patrons the full-on tailgate experience without committing to the freezing temperatures. Starting at 12pm on Sundays, they open up their outdoor adjoining space to create an actual tailgate, serving up eats like sausage and peppers, pork cheesesteaks, and chipotle chicken tacos. DETAILS 356 W. 58th St., 212.554.6217, morganshotelgroup.com/hudson
This 19th century restored townhouse sits in the heart of Chelsea. Offering three separate floors, a variation of scenery is easy to come by here. For the crisp football months, they winterize the rooftop Beirgarten with heaters and a retractable sail. In addition to their specials on comfort food and craft beers during Sunday games, they also offer a bottomless brunch. DETAILS 47 E. 29th St., 212.685.4422, tavern29.com
The club laced with Jay Z’s style turns into a sports bar for all Sunday football games. The interior speaks for itself with a huge central bar, pool tables off the main area, and terraced seating behind glass partitions. You also have the option of renting any of their themed, private rooms to throw a personal game-day party. DETAILS 6 W. 25th St., 212.832.4040, the4040club.com
121 Fulton Street
Tucked away on the quiet streets of the Financial District, this sophisticated gastropub offers up a place of relaxed glamour on Sundays. As if the description isn’t enough to sell you on some Sunday football swank, this 4,500-square-foot multi-room venue is equipped with 40 hidden TVs and offers an unlimited brunch from 10am to 2pm for $30. DETAILS 121 Fulton St., 646.545.6647, 121fultonstreet.com
This sleek American bar has high wood-slatted ceilings, leather banquets, and TVs covered in antique mirrors. The dim lighting lends to the sexy ambiance, as well as the beautiful people standing all around you. They offer private and public Sunday football watching, as well as a covered outdoor 60-foot patio for an at-the-game feel. DETAILS 111 E. 18th St., 212.673.2467, ainsworthparknyc.com