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Happy Hour round-up in the Flatiron and Madison Square Park areas

(SEE FULL POST AND PHOTOS at http://www.madparknews.com/?p=8814) By request, here is a round-up of current Happy Hour specials in the Madison Square Park and Flatiron neighborhoods. Forward this one around to the office and get the weekly drinks going. (Bookmark this page for future reference)

Bar Breton (254 5th Avenue): $4 beer, $6 wine, $6 mixed drinks. Monday to Friday 4-7pm.

“Sushi Samba Chu-cumber”

Bar Stuzzichini (928 Broadway): Receive a complimentary order of Stuzzichini (an appetizer) with the purchase of a draft beer, specialty cocktail or quartino of wine.

Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse (255 5th Avenue): Glass of wine (6.50), beer (from $4.95) and cocktails ($7.50), martini ($8.50). Daily from 4-7pm.

Birch Coffee (7 East 27th Street): House red and white wine are $5 each, PBRs are $2.50 and drafts are $5. 7 days a week from 5 pm to close.

Cibar (56 Irving Place): Berry Sangria $8 (Blackberries, strawberries and Raspberries marinated in cognac and Gran Marnier), Dark & Stormy $12 (Goslings Black Seal, ginger beer and fresh lime), Rose Cuvee Benjamin 2010 $8/glass, Viognier Pie de Palo 2010 $8/glass

Gstaad (43 West 26th Street): $2 off all call drinks, $1 off all bottled beers. Monday – Friday 5pm – 7pm

The Hairy Monk (337 3rd Avenue @25th Street): $2.50 Bud Light/Coors Light/Miller Lite. $1 off all other drinks. 11am-7pm daily.

Hill Country Barbecue Market (30 W. 26th Street): $5 Well Drinks, $2 Well Shots, $5 Margaritas, a Bucket of Lone Star for $20, and 2 for 1 PBRs at $4. Daily from 3pm-6pm and 10pm-1am. Also every Tuesday, 2 for 1 Specialty Cocktails from 5pm-10pm. And Wednesdays Pitchers of Margaritas and Sangria are $20, and Cosmos, Lemon Drops, Fresh Watermelon Martinis, and Chocolate Cherry Martini are $5.

Hog Pit: $1.00 drinks from 5 pm to 8 pm daily! $5.00 Margaritas on Wednesday Ladies Night, $2.00 Jello Shots all the time.

John Dory Oyster Bar (1196 Broadway @29th Street in the Ace Hotel): $15 for six oysters and a glass of sparkling Cava or a John Dory Oyster Stout. 5-7pm and midnight-2am every day.

Les Halles (411 Park Avenue South): Every Monday, 50 wines, reduced by 50%.

Live Bait (14 East 23rd Street): $5 for a half dozen oysters or peel and eat shrimp or clams. $5 wine or pints of beer. From 4-6:30pm daily.

Pranna (79 Madison Avenue @ 28th Street): $5 Draught Beer + Naan, $6 Bottle Beer, $7 Red/White Wine, $8 Featured Signature Cocktail, $9 Well Drinks (All-Night). 4pm – 8pm daily.

PS 450 (450 Park Avenue South): Absolut Vodka drinks, pinot grigio and cocktails from $4-$7. Daily from 4-8pm.

Rodeo bar (375 3rd Avenue): $6.00 Lime and Strawberry Margarita’s, $4.00 Draft Beer Specials, and $4.00 wine specials. Recession Special (A can of PBR and shot of House Whiskey) for $ 7.00 all the time. Daily from from 4pm till 9pm.

San Rocco (37 West 24th Street): A selection of free hors d’oeuvres from 6-8pm. Drinks are the same price.

Slate (54 West 21st street): $4 domestic beers and well drinks, $5 wine, $6 house martinis. Weekdays from 5-8pm. Also 12-3pm weekedays, free lunch with purchase an hour of pool for $8.

Sushi Samba (245 Park Avenue South): Sake and wine $8; Sapporo and Sapporo light $5; Mojitos, Caipirinha, Pisco, Chcumber all $8. Plates to share for $8 including Kobe Sliders, Rock Shrimp Tempura, 4-piece Sushi Nigiri (tuna, salmon, hamachi, shrimp) and more. Sunday through Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m.

Wined Up (913 Broadway): $7 red and white wine each night from 5-7pm.

wichcraft (11 east 20th street): Every coffee drink half off between 3-6pm

Are we missing your favorite Happy Hour? Email us at info@MadParkNews.com. Note: Deals change, so let us know if we have anything incorrect.

Where to watch the NFL NFC and AFC Championships on Sunday

The Giants and jets may be out of it, but there are goign to be some great NFL match-ups this weekend. Unbelievably, the Harbaugh brothers are coaching 2 of the remaining 4 teams, and their teams are fun to watch. First up (3pm Sunday on FOX) we have the San Francisco 49ers versus the Atlanta Falcon, featuring the young 49er’s QB Colin Kaepernick who looked invincible against the Packers last week, with incredible arm strength and accuracy, and NFL record-setting runs. This guy is worth watching. Next (6:30pm Sunday on CBS) we have the New England Patriots versus the Baltimore Ravens, with Tom Brady up against Joe Flacco and an inspired Ray Lewis in a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game.

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.
  • 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.
  • Dewey’s Flatiron (210 5th Avenue at 25th Street): 17 HDTVs, 24 beers on tap and a full menu of food.
  • Duke’s (99 East 19th Street at Park): Every game available is on, and they will even turn up volume for specific games for reserved tables. Plus $3 jello shots, $8 bomber shots 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. And throughout the entire tourney, they are offering 4 beers from Brooklyn brewery Sixpoint for only $5 each.
  • Slate (54 West 21st Street): Modern pool hall with dozens of TVs.
  • The Windsor (420 Park Avenue South at 29th Street): A second location of the upscale West Village sports bar now open at the Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel. It features brunch, lunch, dinner and a cocktail, beer, and wine menu.

 

 

Olympics viewing in the Madison Square Park and Flatiron neighborhoods

The Summer Olympics 2012 start up Friday, July 27th and we have a roundup of where they will likely be showing them 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 www.nbcolympics.com/tv-listings/index.html for the scheduling by sport and channel within the NBC networks.

NBA Finals viewing in the Madison Square Park and Flatiron neighborhoods

Tonight at 9pm is the next and potentially last game of the NBA finals. A quick recap for those who are not paying attention. The Finals pits The Miami Heat’s Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh up against Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant. It’s currently 3 wins (Miami) to 1 (OKC) in the best of 7 series. It could all be over tonight. Will Lebron win his first NBA title tonight and silence the critics? Will the dynamic guard duo of Durant and Westbrook (and Harden) use their unlimited energy and relentlessness to get a win and send the series back to Oklahoma City? It all starts at 9pm tonight.

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.
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.
Dewey’s Flatiron (210 5th Avenue at 25th Street): 17 HDTVs, 24 beers on tap and a full menu of food.
Duke’s (99 East 19th Street at Park): 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.
Slate (54 West 21st Street): Modern pool hall with dozens of TVs.

NCAA Men’s basketball final tonight at Flatiron sports bars and restaurants

This is it. The NCAA Men’s basketball final is tonight with Kentucky vs Kansas at 9:23pmET. (www.ncaa.com/march-madness). 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.
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.
Dewey’s Flatiron (210 5th Avenue at 25th Street): 17 HDTVs, 24 beers on tap and a full menu of food.
Duke’s (99 East 19th Street at Park): Every game available is on, and they will even turn up volume for specific games for reserved tables. Plus $3 jello shots, $8 bomber shots 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. And throughout the entire tourney, they are offering 4 beers from Brooklyn brewery Sixpoint for only $5 each.
Slate (54 West 21st Street): Modern pool hall with dozens of TVs.

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