Food & Drink

There's a burger crawl this weekend. We have discounted tickets.

Published On 05/01/2014 Published On 05/01/2014
Burger Crawl
Idle Hands
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1. Bottomz Up Bar & Grill 344 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10010 (Murray Hill)

This Kips Bay sports bar offers up delicious bar bites, like their Juicy Lucy slider (that's a burger STUFFED with cheese) topped with French-fried onions and tomato relish -- and their brunch isn't anything to ignore, either.

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2. The Brazen Fox 106 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003 (East Village)

The Brazen Fox brings everything you need to 3rd avenue -- Mac 'N' Cheese Mondays, Sloppy Joe Tuesdays, and a whole range of delicious eats to pair with their house cocktails and 24 craft beers on tap.

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3. Desmond's Tavern 433 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10016 (Flatiron)

This Park Ave South drinkery is one of NYC's oldest Irish pubs. They feature live rock music, generous drinks, and quality bar food like burgers, sammies, and wings.

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4. Idle Hands 25 Ave B, New York, NY 10009 (East Village)

Set up by a trio of music/entertainment vets in the subterranean hole that used to house the Warhol hang Save The Robots, Idle plays the part: concrete floors, black leather banquette-lined walls, and a stool/bench-strewn stage area.

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5. Rodeo Bar 375 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016 (Murray Hill)

This honky tonk, Southern roadhouse, Tex-Mex barstaurant's got world famous 'ritas, a down-home country vibe, cheap happy hours, and bar eats to satisfy you after all those cheap drinks.

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6. Company Bar & Grill 242 E 10th St, New York, NY 10003 (East Village)

This East Village haunt's got cheap, strong drinks, great specials and food, and a friendly bar staff that will make you feel at home.

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7. Crime Scene Bar 310 Bowery, New York, NY 10012 (Noho)

Crime Scene is a criminally good time with a huge space and a fully stocked bar featuring a rotating selection of draught beers and a featured cocktail list.

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8. Destination Bar & Grille 211 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009 (East Village)

From the Bowery Wine guy, this breezy corner bar offers a sun-lit front with open sidewalk-facing windows, double-height tables, and a pressed-tin covered bar; comfort food and 10 taps provide you with everything you need for your stay.

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9. Duke's - Gramercy 99 E 19th St., New York, NY 10003 (Gramercy)

This divey sports hang has walls littered with chachkies (neon signage, vintage Coca-Cola paraphernalia), and serves up some killers wings and burgers, plus flat-screens so you won't miss a second of the game while you indulge.

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10. Duke's - Murray Hill 560 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016 (Murray Hill)

The Murray Hill outpost of Duke's lives up to the fratty clout of its sister (or shall I say brother) locations across the city. Raving sports fans, many of whom are in their twenties, dressed in button-down shirts, and employed by banks, come here for the flat-screen TVs and happy hour deals on beer, wine, and well drinks. Southern-leaning bar food like buttermilk fried chicken and smoked barbecue brisket sandwiches help soak up the pitchers of Bud Light.

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11. East Village Tavern 158 Avenue C, New York, NY 10009 (East Village)

Come for the beer (a rotating selection of 17 American craft taps), but stay for the burger at this unassuming Alphabet City bar. As one Yelper put it, "Holy. Craft. Beer. Heaven."

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12. Nelly Spillane's 18 E 33rd St, New York, NY 10016 (Midtown East)

Nelly Spillane's is an Irish oasis in Midtown with hearty food and drinks. Grab yourself a pint of something classic and cozy up to some wings, nachos, or some of their delicious pulled pork sliders.

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13. SideBAR 118 E 15th St, New York, NY 10003 (Union Square)

Cocktails, fried food, and sports come together at SideBAR, a lounge-slash-sports bar right off Union Square. More than 20 high-definition TVs make the bar a prime spot for watching the game, but it's not unusual to see hoards of co-workers and miscellaneous networkers gathering in the large space on weeknights. Food is better-than-average bar fare, with options likes blue cheese truffle fries, bacon grilled cheese, and boneless Buffalo wings on-hand to soak up all the beer.

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14. Village Pourhouse 64 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003 (East Village)

Pourhouse is an East Village sports bar that's loaded with beers on tap, bar grub, and feisty football fans eager to compete in things like drink-offs.