NFL Playoffs: Where to Watch in NYC

The NFL playoffs are down to the final four teams vying for their conference championships and a chance to go to Super Bowl 50.

Conference Championships:
Sunday, January 24, 2016
New England Patriots at Denver Broncos – 3:05pm
Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers – 6:40pm

See our MurphGuide Directory of NYC Sports Bars for the best bars to watch football in NYC.


See where fans of each team

NFL Team bars in NYC:


New England Patriots Bars in NYC:

Riviera Cafe, Professor Thom’s, Tir na Nog Times Square, Honky Tonk Tavern

Join the NYC Fans of New England Patriots group on facebook
Football Specials at Tir na nOgtirnanog-timessquare-football-specials2015
$4 domestic drafts: Bud, Bud Light, Shocktop, Yuengling
$20 bottle buckets: 5 bottles – Coors Light, Miller Lite, Bud, Bud Light
every game live every Sunday
Tir na nOg Times Square
315 W. 39th St. (between 8th & 9th Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 760-0072.
NFL Sunday ticket showing all football games on a Jumbo Screen and 22 other TV screens.


footballRiviera Café: 225 W. 4th St. at Sheridan Sq. (7th Ave. S) New York, NY (212) 242-8732
The original Boston sports bar in NYC.

footballProfessor Thom’s:  219 Second Ave. (between 13th & 14th St.) New York, NY   (212) 260-9480.
Home to all Boston sports.  Loft reservations for Patriots games.  There is a $200 minimum plus 20% gratuity, per table.

footballHonky Tonk Tavern:  1156 First Ave. (between 63rd & 64th St.) New York, NY (212) 207-8550
welcoming refugees from The Hairy Monk



Arizona Cardinals:

Sidebar, Foley’s


footballSidebar: 120 E. 15th St. (Irving Pl.) New York, NY. (212) 677-2900

footballFoley’s: 18 W. 33rd St. (between 5th & 6th Ave.) New York, NY. (212) 290-0080



Carolina Panthers Bars in NYC:

Amity Hall, Brother Jimmy’s

amityhall-carolina-panthersAmity Hall is the home of Big Apple Riot is the NYC chapter of the Roaring Riot, bringing Carolina Panthers fans from across the greater New York City area together to support their team.
Drink & food specials all season long for Big Apple Riot members

Amity Hall
80 W. 3rd St. (bet. Thompson & Sullivan St.)
New York, NY
(212) 677-2290


Brother Jimmy’s is home to all Carolina sports.  They have several locations in NYC:
footballBrother Jimmy’s (Upper East) 1485 Second Ave. (between 77th & 78th St.)  New York, NY  (212) 288-0999
Brother Jimmy’s (MSG):   416 Eighth Ave. (W. 31st St.)  New York, NY  (212) 967-7603
Brother Jimmy’s (Union Square):   116 E. 16th St. (between Irving Pl. & Park Ave. S.)  New York, NY  (212) 673-6465
Brother Jimmy’s (Murray Hill):  181 Lexington Ave. ( 31st St.)  New York, NY  (212) 779-4727



Denver Broncos Bars in NYC:

stout_broncosDenver Broncos Game Watch at Stout
Showing all Broncos games with sound
featuring food & beer specials
including Oskar Blues Brewery
133 W. 33rd St. (between Sixth & Seventh Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 629-6191

Join their Denver Broncos Game Watch Meetup Group


Denver Broncos Game Watching at Mustang Harry’s
A group of Denver Broncos fans gather at Mustang Harry’s.

Mustang Harry’s
354 Seventh Ave. (between 29th & 30th St.)
New York, NY.
(212) 268-8930


Denver Broncos Game Watching at BUtterfield 8

Butterfield 8 prides themselves in being the home of the Denver Broncos, recognized by the NFL network as the official Denver Broncos bar of NYC.

Butterfield 8
5 E. 38th St. (between 5th & Madison Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 679-0646


Denver Broncos Game Watching at Keats

Keats is more of an Indianapolis Colts bar, but fans of Peyton Manning became Broncos followers when he moved west.


842 Second Ave. (45th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 682-5490
Join their Broncos meetup group


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