No fan wants to be surrounded by jeers and boos while trying to root their favorite team on towards Superbowl victory. No worries! The list below will guide f ans of each of the playoff team towards their NYC safe haven.
Carolina Panthers: Brother Jimmy’s Original on the Upper East Side, at 1485 Second Ave. between 77th and 78th. It serves up a full BBQ menu, which any Carolina fan will appreciate. Another Panther’s bar is American Whiskey in Midtown West, at 247 West 30th Street, which has a nice food menu of their own.
Cincinnati Bengals: Phebe’s in the East Village. Located at 359 Bowery Street, fans can order up bar food while toasting their team towards victory.
Denver Broncos: Mustang Harry’s in Chelsea. The fans can find it at 352 7th Avenue . The menu is definitely a step above that of a standard sports bar, so fans can dine in style while watching the game.
Green Bay Packers : Kettle of Fish in the West Village, at 59 Christopher Street. While this bar doesn’t have food, they do let Cheeseheads (and other patrons) bring in grub from outside.
Indianapolis Colts: Keats in Midtown East at 842 2nd Avenue is where Colts’ fans can be found. Fans can munch on appetizers and sing karaoke in between plays.
Kansas City Chiefs: The Village Pourhouse on 64 3rd Avenue in the East Village is the place to be for those who follow the Chiefs, though they must share the space with Longhorns fans. They have a pretty standard bar menu that includes wings and burgers for those that get hungry.
New England Patriots: Traffic Health’s Kitchen at 701 9th Avenue is the self proclaimed place to be to watch a Patriot’s game. A fairly extensive bar menu is available, including game day specials.
New Orleans Saints: Bar None in the East Village at 98 3rd Avenue. Fans can catch a game there, and the bar seems to have a pretty relaxed policy about outside food.
Philadelphia Eagles: Turtle Bay at 987 2nd Avenue in the Turtle Bay neighborhood, which has a fairly priced food menu.
San Diego Chargers: Still in Gramarcy, at 192 3rd Avenue. It offers a small but solid bar menu.
San Francisco 49ers: Finnerty’s in the East Village at 221 2nd Avenue. Finnerty’s is another bar with no food menu of their own, but like the others a blind eye is turned to outside food.
Seattle Seahawks: Carlow East at 1254 Lexington Avenue between 84th and 85th on the Upper East Side. There is no food, but the beer is cheap and plentiful and the fans are loud and rowdy.