About 15 gamers showed up to the Grill on the Hill to drink and play video games.
The Break Time Sports Bar and Grill owners are hoping to get a liquor license for the new bar.
Prime Burger on W. 85th St. will serve certified Angus beef, hot dogs and beer.
Campeón opened near Union Square last week, featuring "soft" decor and Mexican street-style food.
East Village's Kelly's Sports Bar owner, Jerry Doyle, is planning a new bar for Brooklyn Heights.
Long Island bar Bottomz Up is opening its first city location at 344 Third Ave. on Nov. 7.
The family-owned pizzeria has been around for 34 years on Graham Avenue in Williamsburg.
The sports bar and restaurant chain is opening a four-level, 15,000-square-foot eatery on W. 47th St.
Edwin Zambrana Jr.'s father and brother-in-law opened Eddie Jr.'s Sports Lounge honoring the 911 victim.
Katch will open at 31-19 Newtown Ave. on May 16, and seeks to offer a more refined sports bar experience.
Just in time for the NBA playoffs, a new sports bar opened on Dyckman Street with a giant TV screen.
Murray Bar's tongue-in-cheek decor livens up its new East 34th Street location.
The Sweet Spot, set to open on 31st Street in February, includes a bar, lounge and restaurant.
Free chicken wings will be in abundance at the annual Best Wings in Brooklyn competition.
Giants fans around New York rejoiced as the Giants won against the Falcons this Sunday.
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