NFL Playoffs: Wildcard Weekend 2016

Another post-season without a New York area team in the playoffs.  But the playoffs go on, kicking off with Wild Card Weekend on January 9 & 10, 2016.
Check out our MurphGuide Directory of NYC Sports Bars for places to watch the games.
Wild Card Round:
Saturday, January 9, 2016
Kansas City Chiefs 30, Houston Texans 0
Pittsburgh Steelers 18, Cincinnati Bengals 16

Sunday, January 10, 2016
Seattle Seahawks 10, Minnesota Vikings 9
Green Bay Packers 32, Washington Redskins 18

See where fans of each team call home in NYC:


Seattle Seahawks:

Feile, Carlow East, Mustang Sally’s, Beast of Bourbon
The Seahawks of Midtown meetup group meets at Feile
The NYCeahawks meetup group meets at Carlow East


131 W. 33rd St. (bet. Sixth & Seventh Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 695-1122

footballCarlow East: 1254 Lexington Ave. (between 84th & 85th St.) New York, NY. (212) 650-9118

footballMustang Sally’s: 324 Seventh Ave. (between 28th & 29th St.) (212) 695-3806

footballBeast of Bourbon: 704 Myrtle Ave. (between Spencer & Walworth St.) Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NY. (347) 789-9901


Minnesota Vikings:

Jack Doyle’s, Bar None

Jack Doyle’s
240 W. 35th St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 268-1255

Join the Minnesota sports fans (Vikings, Twins, Wild, T-Wolves) meetup group

Bar None: 98 Third Ave. (between 12th & 13th St.) New York, NY. (212) 777-6663


Green Bay Packers:

Mad River, Kettle of Fish, Three Monkeys

Packers fans have several bars to call home:

Join the Packers game-watch at Stout meetup group
Stout Grand Central

60 E. 41st St.
(between Madison & Park Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 922-9009
footballKettle of Fish: 59 Christopher St. (7th Ave. S.) New York, NY. (212) 414-2278
Renowned as the premier Packers bar in NYC.

footballMad River: 1442 Third Ave. (between 81st & 82nd St.) New York, NY. (212) 988-1832
As home to the Wisconsin Badgers, they always get a lot of Packers fans.
footballThe Three Monkeys: 236 W. 54th St. (between Broadway & Eighth Ave.) New York, NY. (212) 586-2080



Washington Redskins:

Dorrians, Redemption,  Second Chance Saloon

Washington fans has several bars to call home.

1616 Second Ave. (84th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 772-6660
footballRedemption: 1003 Second Ave. (53rd St.) New York, NY (212) 319-4545

footballSecond Chance Saloon: 659 Grand St. (Manhattan Ave.) Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY (718) 387-4411


Kansas City Chiefs:


Follow KC Chiefs fans in NYC on facebook and twitter

John Brown’s Smokehouse is home to KC sports fans in NYC, serving authentic Kansas City style BBQ

footballJohn Brown’s Smokehouse: 10-43 44th Dr. (between 10th & 11th St.), Long Island City, Queens, NY. (347) 617-1120

according to The NY Daily News, KC Chiefs fans also gather at Village Pourhouse

footballVillage Pourhouse: 64 Third Ave. (11th St) New York, NY (212) 979-BEER

houstontexansHouston Texans:


Texans fans in NYC have a new home at Avenida Tex Mex Cantina (in the space formerly Idle Hands). Join the NYC Texans fans meetup group and RSVP here.


avenida-cantinaAvenida is showing the game on 5 flat screen TVs with full game sound. $30 Unlimited Shiner draughts and smoked wings all game. Featuring a full Tex-Mex menu with homemade Queso, Tacos, Chili, Smoked Wings and more.

Avenida Cantina
25 Avenue B (between 2nd & 3rd St.),
New York, NY
(646) 882-0593

see also…

footballHill Country Barbecue: 30 W. 26th St. (between Fifth & Sixth Ave.) New York, NY (212) 255-4544



Pittsburgh Steelers:

Irish Exit, Mean Fiddler, Public House, Hibernia, Lansdowne Road, Village Pourhouse, Cody’s.

Steelers Game Watch at The Irish Exit
Every Sunday they’ll have $10 pitchers, $20 beer towers, $4 domestic bottled beer including Iron City and Iron City Light Beers. Special Steelers-inspired menu, including: The RoethlisbUrger, Chuck Noll Nachos, Black n Yella Mozzarella Sticks, and everyone’s favorite One Burger One Shot and One Beer Package. Join their facebook page for up to date news.
The Irish Exit
978 Second Ave. (between W. 51st & 52nd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 755-8383

see also…

footballMean Fiddler: 266 W. 47th St. (between Broadway & Eighth Ave.) New York, NY. (212) 354-2950

footballPublic House: 140 E. 41st St. (between Lexington & Park Ave.) New York, NY. (212) 682-3710

footballHibernia: 401 W. 50th St. (between 9th & 10th Ave.) New York, NY. (212) 969-9703

footballLansdowne Road: 599 Tenth Ave. (between 43rd & 44th St.) New York, NY. (212) 714-2992

footballVillage Pourhouse: 64 Third Ave. (11th St) New York, NY. (212) 979-BEER
The NYC Pittsburgh Steelers Meetup group meets at Village Pourhouse

footballCody’s American Grill: 154 Court St. (between Dean St. & Pacific St.) Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, NY. (718) 852-6115


Cincinnati Bengals:

Phebe’s, Standings


phebes-bengals-fansCincinnati Bengals viewing at Phebe’s.
Serves Skyline Chili.
Phebe’s was written up in

359 Bowery (E. 4th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 358-1902


footballStandings: 43 E. 7th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) New York, NY (212) 420-0671
Standings is an official gathering spot for all Bengals football games.

Other Game Watch locations:

tavernon3rd_wildcard2016Wildcard Weekend at Tavern on 3rd

$4 Bud Light and Goose Island 312 & IPA Drafts
$32 Towers for both games
For reservations or to book the private Library
contact Katie at 212.300.4046 or
Tavern on Third
380 Third Ave. (between 27th & 28th St.)
New York, NY.
(212) 300-4046

Upcoming Schedule:
Divisional Round:
Saturday, January 16
wild card winner at Patriots 4:35pm
wild card winner at Cardinals 8:15pm

Sunday, January 17
wild card winner at Panthers 1pm
wild card winner at Broncos 4:40pm

Conference Championship:
Sunday, January 24
teams t.b.a.

Super Bowl 50
Sunday, February 7
AFC champ vs NFC champ

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