With the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro kicking of Friday and closing on Aug. 21, venues across the city giving New Yorkers a place to watch on neutral ground (if you want to go to a country-specific bar, check out our listing of bars by nationality).
Bookmark this list of places where you can catch the ceremonies and games, and we'll keep adding to it as bars announce their plans.
This deeply committed sports bar promises to have Olympic viewing events and will be airing the opening ceremony. The location has several large-screen televisions and cocktails with fun names like Marcy Bubbles and Crooklyn.
This sports bar is a soccer fanatic's dream. You can be sure its large flat screens will be on for the men's and women's football tournament, but it's also great for watching just about any sporting event.
This American cuisine eatery will have a special menu just for the Rio games and viewing events. Dishes will be inspired by Brazilian food and a few drinks to choose from as well.
Beer and sports lovers will find a home this summer at Courtyard Ale House. It has 24 craft beers on tap and a third of them are locally produced.
Food lovers will really enjoy watching the Olympics here. With an extensive beer menu and both gluten-free and kids menus on offer, Brickyard has something for everyone in your party.
This location holds viewing parties for many sporting events,and they're well-equipped for a worldwide event with all sorts of beers, seating space and huge TVs.
This North River Landing floating lounge and nearby recently opened Fish Bar will have everything from multiple TV screens to a 14-foot TV wall for the opening ceremony, select games and the closing ceremony. For sail times and food and drink specials, go here for the Lobster Company and here for Fish Bar.
Specials for the Olympics come in the form of gold, silver and bronze deals at this eatery. Patrons will be able to go for the gold with two hotdogs and a Magic Hat pale ale for only $10, a Magic Hat for $5 for silver, and a bronze deal of $5 trainwreck fries that come with several cheesy and greasy toppings.
Manhattan's soccer haven will be showing several Olympic sports on over 30 televisions, making it easy for anyone to catch their favorite team while indulging in a dessert menu — even a gluten-free one.
This classy restaurant will be serving Rio-inspired $10 infused Caipirinhas throughout the Olympics this August. It's the place for New Yorkers who want to cheer on their favorite team in style.
Haven Rooftop at the Sanctuary Hotel will be serving Brazilian Caipirinhas and chicken croquettes for $12 all day during the Olympics. There will be oversized TVs and a selection of other refreshing summery cocktails.
New Yorkers will be able to watch the opening ceremony and other sports on a large screen at Pier 26 in Hudson River Park. There will be meet and greets with paralympic athletes, Brazilian food and drinks, samba dance lessons and more Olympic sport watching. For a full schedule, go here.
This burger joint will be serving a special gold medal milkshake throughout the Olympics for $14. It's made out of gold Oreos, vanilla ice cream, Hershey's gold almond chocolates, edible gold dust, and gold coins. They will also be Xingu Black Beer, a brew straight from Brazil for $9 a bottle or a bucket of five for $36. Visitors can slurp up the glitzy shake and beers while watching the Olympics at all of Bill's Bar locations.
Adoro Lei is offering a special Olympics menu including a Brazilian-inspired pizza with black beans, pulled chicken and chorizo for $15 and specialty cocktails for just $7 made with the Brazilian liquor cachaça. Enjoy it at their bar where they'll be showing the Olympics on their flatscreen TVs.
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