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The Summer Olympics 2012 start up Friday, July 27th and we have a roundup of where they will likely be showing the games in the neighborhood. Because the Olympics are on at various hours due to the time zone difference, please call the specific venue to double-check if they are open at the time you are looking for if it is outside of what would be normal business hours.

Here are some spots to watch in the Madison Square Park and Flatiron areas:

  • Bounce Sporting Club (55 West 21st Street between 5th and 6th Avenue): It  features 4000 square feet of space to watch 30 HD TVs for game watching. They also have a full bar with drinks from mixologist Charlotte Voisey, and restaurant menu with gourmet burgers, sliders, wings, and more. Call 212-675-8007for more info.
  • Chelsea Manor (138 West 25th Street between 6th an 7th Avenue): 84 inch projection plus 13 Plasma tvs, full dinner and bar menu and happy hour specials. Call 646-595-0707 for more info.
  • Dewey’s Flatiron (210 5th Avenue at 25th Street): 17 HDTVs, 24 beers on tap and a full menu of food. Call 212-696-2337 for more info.
  • Duke’s (99 East 19th Street at Park): They will be showing all Olympics that are on NBC and MSNBC. Lots of TVs, drinks and a full menu. Call 212-260-2922 for more info.
  • 40/40 Club (6 West 25th Street at Broadway): Multi-million dollar renovation was just finished and the place is like a palace for viewing sports. Call (212) 832-4040 for more info.
  • Rogue (757 6th Avenue between 25th/26th): 8 flat screen plasma TV’s, 12 beers on tap, and a full menu. Call 212-242-6434 for more info.
  • Shorty’s Authentic Philly Steaks & Sandwiches (66 Madison between 27th and 28th streets): Dozens of flat screens plus steak sandwiches, chicken steak sandwiches and roast pork and chicken cutlet sandwiches, all Philly style. Call 212-725-3900 for more info.
  • Slate (54 West 21st Street): Modern pool hall with dozens of TVs. Call 212-989-0096 for more info.

If you are watching at home, check for the scheduling by sport and channel within the NBC networks.

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