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Posted by unbiased female customer on 01/21/2008
I don't know which freaked me out more, the unisex bathrooms or the complete sausage party at this place. There were no women at all and the greasy men came out of nowhere the second I walked in with my friend. The only females in the entire bar were the ones paid to be there. The music was louder than a 15 year olds house party and the men were about as mature. There was a game on and people cheered when the home team scored a touchdown but the casual conversation between plays suggested that no one really knew a thing about their team or football in general, this is coming form a woman! I won't even walk by without mace in my hand from now on!
Posted by Yummy Food on 01/03/2007
This place has excellent food for a sports bar! The BBQ Chicken sandwhich has an amazing sauce on it, and the chicken is sooooo juicy. The burgers are great too, and so id the teriyaki steak wrap. I've had the chopped salad and also enjoyed it. Haven't had a bad meal here. sometimes the music gets a little load late night, but at least the tunes they are playing are good. I wouldn't recommend it for a date, but it's a great place to have fun with friends. The waitresses and bartenders are all nice and very pretty, so that's definitely a plus!!!
Posted by jv on 07/11/2006
I know best sports bar on the UES is a bold statement since I am a huge fan of another UES place but I think it is. The waitresses dress in cute little sports outfits. (jeter jersey, or pennington jersey). I would severely suggest the sandwich sampler. I usually get the chicken w/guac, slider, BBQ chicken, and Pulled pork. All are excellent. You can also order your own mini-keg with your own favorite beer. You cant beat this place.
Posted by Crusty Badger on 07/01/2006
With TVs all over the bar there are no bad seats to watch a game from. The drinks are good and reasonably priced and the food is pretty tasty as well. The service is highly variable ranging from great to nobody's home. Their claim to be the World Cup headquarters is tempered by their frustrating inability to open on time for the games. Any break in the sports action is met with extremely loud club music that negates the possibility for conversation with those not seated right next to you. All in all I would give it B. Nice view, good food, inconsistent service.
Posted by Cindy on 12/19/2005
Ok, so I'm not usually the type to eat hummus while watching football but our party of 12 ordered it and so I tried it. WOWSERS! I don't even like hummus that much and this stuff was off the hook! We ordered a few more plates of it and couldn't seem to get enough. We'll be back.
Posted by sportsfan on 10/07/2005
Great place to watch the games, lots of big flat screen TV's, bar tenders are all hot, and the food is good. Late night a DJ and the music goes up. It gets the place hoppin, but it's so loud you can't hear yourself think.
Posted by Craig Chester on 09/02/2005
For a place that looks like a sports bar about as much as I look like Brad Pitt (not much), this place was overall, very good. The staff was very hot indeed, and the wings were suprisingly great. From the outside, this place looks kinda snotty and fru-fru, but rest assured, the drinks are poured well and the food was excellent. Not to mention television screens in every corner. The bathroom was kinda weird though, consisting of a small room with a toilet and giant mirror right in front of you. I give Bounce a solid A-