This 7,000 square-feet sports bar has more than 40 TVs and a bunch of different seating options across multiple rooms. But while it's usually a place to bring half the people at Citi Field, it's currently much more low-key, with tables set-up on a new sidewalk patio out front. Whether you’re interested in watching WNBA, UFC, or NFL, there’s a good chance you’ll find it here, along with a long menu of bar food, including about 10 different buffalo wing sauces.
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