10 Places to Watch the Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight in NYC on Saturday

There’s a huge -- like, biggest in decades -- fight this weekend (Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao are supposed to get underway at 11:30pm, with the undercard starting at 9pm), and you’re probably looking for a place to watch it on a projector with a Jell-O shot (or six) in hand. Well, you're in luck: you can do that and more at any of the 10 places below, all of which are showing the fight and also have food, drink, or some other kind of special that'll ensure you’re the one who wakes up feeling like they were punched in the head. Have at it.

Sweetwater Social

Special: For $125 you gain access to its three-hour open bar, a carving station featuring a whole pig, turkey, baby backs, and more, and four TVs and a projector showing the fight. Call for tickets: 212.253.0477

Professor Thom’s

East Village
Special: $40 ticket gets you a free drink, site lines to 22 screens and a 150in projector, and after every round they’ll spin their drink wheel to reveal a new special, from free Jell-O shots to discounted pitchers. Get tix here.

Louie and Chan

Lower East Side
Special: $50 gets you an open bar and access to passed apps from 10-11. Get tix here.

Dalton’s Bar

Hell’s Kitchen
Special: $100 for three hours full open bar and an app.


Union Square
Special: Get the $100 VIP ticket and you’ll score a three-hour open bar.

Village Pourhouse

East Village
Special: The exact same thing as SideBar, $100 for a three-hour open bar.

Hecho en Dumbo

Special: $85 gets you a seat and a three-course family style dinner. Email for your spot.

Hudson Common

Midtown West
Special: Score a table and you get drink specials all night on things like tableside cooler service.

The Chester

Meatpacking and Midtown
Special: $30 gets you admission and one free drink at either location.

The Ainsworth

Union Square and Chelsea
Special: At both locations they’re doing a $30 entrance fee that also hooks you up with one free drink.

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Andrew Zimmer is Thrillist’s NYC editor and his favorite boxer is Butterbean, because he sounds like food. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

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