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BEST SPORTS BAR IN NYC
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WPIX TV“Bottomzup NYC is one of the 88% of New York City restaurants that has an “A” grade from the Health Department, and General Manager Eddie Faymy is making sure it stays that way.” Read full story and see video >>

 

team inspired

“For those watching the Super Bowl, Bottomzup Bar & Grill offers a game day meu with food and drinks representing the teams. Super Bowl-inspired foods include Seattle staples like salmon rosemary burgers and pork belly pancakes … Read full listing >>

NY grape

Bottomzup TV Grapevine featured Bootomzup NYC in their article SUPERBOWL 2014: FUN THINGS TO DO. “Bottomzup Bar and Grill is hosting a special event with delicious treats, fun times and of course lots of cheering for your favorite team! Here is a look at some things they have got going on for one of the biggest nights in sports.” See the complete list of things to do here >>


Fox news
Bottomzup manager Eddie appears as a guest on FOX NEWS to show of  the restaurant’s new alcoholiccupcakes. Watch the segment here >>

 


TUN listTUNS lists bottomzup NYC #1 “…if you weren’t able to fork out the thousands of dollars a seat at MetLife Stadium will cost you this weekend, don’t worry, TUN’s got you covered. Here are five top-notch options for enjoying the game from the warmth of a boozy bar.” See complete list here >>

The place to be in Murray HillLet’s face it, if you’re under 25, enjoy polo shirts, and are out on Super Bowl weekend, you’re probably stumbling around this neighborhood — and not for the chicken curry. Instead of bar hopping, we suggest heading straight over to this tech savvy bar to charge up your iPhone, grab a portable radio, and watch the game on one of 45 flat screen TVs.” Read full listing >>

 

“Already a huge hit with New York fans and Bottomzup on Examinerfoodies, Bottomzup’s Super Bowl “Kitchen Rivalry” is taking things to the next level for the big game by bringing the rivalry from the field to the kitchen with a special Super Bowl menu.” Read full article >>

Bottomzup NYC mentioned in Metro for upcoming Super Bowl NYC hotspots.


bar review
“In a day and age where literally every place dubs itself a sports bar, newly opened Murray Hill hauntBottomzup literally makes them all seem amateur.”

 

Zagat Food Review NYCSunday Specials. “Every Sunday the “Game Day Happy Hour” includes super cheap beer like $3 Coors Light and Miller Light drafts, pitchers for $10 and buckets for $15. There’s also shot specials to boot. It’s a one-stop-shop for session drinking.” Read full listing  


baruch College  “Bottomzup makes a distinct effort to not limit its establishment to any particular demographic. It has Sippy cups for families that come in for a meal with their children, lunch specials for the college crowd, and oysters for the older and more refined tastes.”
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Examiner.com “In addition to panoramic flat screens, high speed cell phone charging stations and wireless speakers, this ultimate game watching spot offers a full raw bar complete with an in-house sushi chef, and a fun, regionally inspired menu that both sports fans and foodies can appreciate.”


Gothamist“Sports Meets Sushi at New Murray Hill Watering hole BottomzUp: besides the jersey-clad waitresses and staggering volume of televisions, the bar also offers unique food and beverage items not typically found in a bro’d-out sports bar, plus a gregarious and attentive staff that would make imbibers of any gender feel comfortable enjoying a pint or five.”
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Gotham Palate Review
“Not your average sports bar. The 3400 square foot space at 344 3rd Ave. opened Thursday and features a menu of eats from around the nation. You can root for your team while pretending you’re at your favorite tailgate spot from New England to Texas. If you prefer, you can tune out the sports theme and order sushi and oysters, something you don’t see in most sports bars.” Read full review
Time Out NY Bar Listing  “Watch the game while slurping down bivalves at this 100-seat sports bar.The rest of the menu highlights game-day favorites from around the country, including Angus chili (Texas), soft pretzels (Pennsylvania) and Juicy Lucy sliders (Minnesota). To drink: 29 beers and fruity cocktails with a twist (cocojito, pomegranate martini).” Read the full listing

 

The Regular Guy Review “As a guy that has followed New York sports my whole life, and as a sports fan in general, I can truly appreciate the attention to detail and planning that went into a bar such as this. There is so much to look at here! Along with plenty to eat and drink.” Read Full Review

 

Sports Illustrated “Going to NYC for Basketball? Here is your guide.  Sports bar on the Rise: Bottomzup NYC. If you measure your barsby the number of flatscreens and food options, try BottomzUp on Third Ave.  There’s something for everyone in the Big Apple, if you’re a sports fan.” See review here.

 

Peter Cooper blog NYC “Here are highlights of what that means for patrons: High-tech happenings and amenities; the gamut of “unlimited” sports programming on huge, wall-to-wall TV screens; broad list of booze & brews, and a tailgate-party inspired menu that also includes sushi and a raw bar.” Read Full Peter Cooper Review

Bill Lyons review Bottomzup NYC

“Possibly the last thing you’d expect to see at a sports bar called Bottomzup (344 Third Avenue) is a raw bar, where sushi is rolled before it’s delivered promptly to tables. Barely dressed women hawking wings and beer seems more likely, but the only scantily clad thing here is the shellfish. The game and food are the focal point of Murray Hill’s newest spot.”  Read Bill Lyons full review >>

New York Post “WE HEAR…that Bottomzup Bar and Grill, a tech-savvy sports, sushi and raw bar, just opened in Murray Hill with 45 large flat-screen LCD TVs, portable wireless speaker systems and a “virtual DJ” for patrons to create their own playlists from a selection of thousands of music videos. … (as noted in Closing a Hamptons Classic)

 

Yahoo Reviews“Bottomzup Bar and Grill offers stadium atmosphere with tailgate-inspired menu and high-tech offerings. With its distinctive regional dishes, full raw bar and sushi menu, unparalleled sports programming, and a host of accessible tech flourishes, Bottomzup seeks to elevate the sports bar concept and reinvigorate Murray Hill’s social scene.”
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