We’ve been going to sports bars in New York for 20 years. Let’s play the word association game: we say “sports bar;” you think “fist fights, cheap plastic pitchers of bad beer and 25 cent wings, crowds five deep at the bar.”
We’re the midtown New York sports bar for grown-ups. We’re passionate about sports, our beer and wine, and our outstanding food menu.
For the Super Bowl, we’re doing something different than most other bars in New York City. Other places are charging $50 or more per head, forcing you to gorge yourself on the aforesaid cheap beer and meatless wings. We’re offering our regular menu at regular prices, with our usual NFL specials. And some not so usual specials honoring the gastronomic traditions of Green Bay and Pittsburgh.
The Brickyard is not one of those cavernous sports bars whose capacity rivals Madison Square Garden. We don’t want large, rambunctious crowds; just a few score of fans who are serious about the game, their drink, and their food. For the Super Bowl, we’re offering table reservations, which must be claimed by 4:30 pm. Call us today at 212-767-0077 to reserve your table.
Come enjoy the lead-up to the Big Game, which will include Glee’s Lea Michele singing “America the Beautiful” and Christine Aguilera singing “The Star Spangled Banner.” Like everything with the Super Bowl, these performances are watched closely and ranked against the all-time greats. Most observers currently rate Whitney Houston’s 1991 rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner as the best ever at a Super Bowl.
Welcome to the best sports bar in midtown Manhattan for grown-ups.