Taking over the former K&M spot in an old pierogi factory (they'll have some on the menu using the family's original recipe), this some-frills sports bar comes from the dudes behind The Bedford (who also worked at Town, Alta, and Morimoto). Take down both craft drafts and beers TV ads instruct you to drink while watching athletics (plus "sports bar tapas" like sliders and mole wings) while admiring old-school Dodgers photos and punching bags not named Mark Sanchez.

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1. Roebling Sporting Club 225 N 8th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Roebling Sporting Club is a few blocks from Williamsburg's McCarren Park, which explains why you might spot groups of amateur baseball players grabbing a beer here after practice. The comfortable corner bar pours six draft beers and a selection of whiskeys to unpretentious drinkers, many of whom live nearby. Mounted televisions surround the rustic wooden bar, and a large projection screen comes down on game days. Just don't be surprised if a late-night dance party trumps whatever game you came here to watch.