New Game Day Destination Raises The Sports Bar in Murray Hill



NEW YORK – November 6, 2013 – Bottomzup Bar and Grill has transformed the luxurious red-brick
Manhattan Promenade building’s 3400 sq. ft. storefront space at 344 3rd Avenue into a game-watching destination and will introduce local diners to its innovative All-American menu on November 7th. 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.

Inspired by the great American tradition of tailgating, Bottomzup’s owners have devised an eclectic
menu that gives locals a taste of what’s popular at stadiums throughout the country. New Yorkers will finally be introduced to regional favorites like Minnesota Juicy Lucy Sliders, Miami Grilled Corn on the Cob Lollipops and Kansas City Ribs. It’s a sports bar where the food comes first, with a talented team of chefs dedicated to using the most time-intensive preparations. Noticing that most sports bars offered very little in the way of light, healthy fare, Bottomzup’s owners got ahead of the curve by installing a full raw bar. They’ve also hired an in-house sushi chef who crafts signature rolls, sashimi and nigri.

Bottomzup will be open Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. until 2 a.m. and Sunday from noon until 2 a.m. The bar offers daily lunch and dinner specials, including Sunday night regional football specials. The sleek 100-seat space is a haven for avid sports fans and evokes a dynamic stadium atmosphere with 24-foot ceilings. A staggering forty-five 60” flat-screen LCD televisions line the walls alongside dozens of iconic images featuring great moments in sports. The hub of Bottomzup is its sixty foot center bar, where fans can congregate, watch the games on column-mounted screens, and choose from fourteen beers on-tap and fifteen bottled selections along with a host of wine and spirit offerings.The beer list features local favorites from the Brooklyn and Blue Point Breweries along with West Coast standouts like Palm and Blue Moon.

Bottomzup’s programming is unparalleled. Fans will have access to every major sports package
including NFL Sunday Ticket, MLB Extra Innings, NBA League Pass. Guests will never be charged
cover, even during boxing and UFC pay-per-view events. The bar will also offer drink specials and
giveaways during weekly NFL games on Thursday, Sunday, and Monday nights, and College Football Saturdays. Bottomzup provides guests with convenient tech features that are sure to surprise and impress avid sports fans. Each table has access to Sports Select wireless speaker systems, portable boxes that let serious fans to tune into the television broadcast of any game in the building. The space is also furnished with over a dozen charging stations, allowing diners to skip a trip home to charge their mobile devices. For those who want a break from the action, Bottomzup offers a Virtual DJ that allows guests to create their own playlists from a selection of thousands of music videos.

Bottomzup NYC is independently owned and operated, and although it shares a name with the prior
Bottomzup location in Carle Place, Bottomzup NYC is a tech-savvy sports bar that boasts a revamped concept, including a new tailgate-inspired menu, events schedule, and modest, jersey-inspired uniforms.

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