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Where to Eat, Drink, and Watch March Madness in NYC

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Where to Eat, Drink, and Watch March Madness in NYC

March Madness will begin on Sunday and you can bet that every sports bar in the city will have the games on. That said, the event discovery app Fever has several viewing parties taking place throughout the month at bars offering food and drink packages that’ll either help you celebrate a winning bracket, or soften the blow of your loses. (See more: what to do and see in New York)

Burgers, Beer and Ball- March Madness at Clinton Hall

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Face it: you are not 100% sure about your bracket. But here is something you can be sure of: March Madness at Clinton Hall is the best time in NYC! Make your way to Clinton Hall, kick your feet up and take a bite from any of their craft burgers (the Bacon, Bacon, Bacon Burger is unreal). A crisp, ice-cold beer will be at your fingertips all four quarters. Click here for tickets and more info.

March Madness: Wings, Jumbotron and Beer at Slate

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Make your way to Slate and enjoy the NCAA tournament on a 20-foot JUMBOtron! Once you are here, all your gaming, eating and drinking needs will be satisfied. Get comfy and watch the big game with finger food and beer at your table. With two floors of group entertainment games including pool, ping-pong, and foosball, a spacious dance floor and a 9-panel video wall, this is where to be during March Madness. Click here for tickets and more info.

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March Madness Bucket of Beer & Wings at Suite 36

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This sports bar is dedicated to the fine art of finger food and HD sports. Grab a buddy and watch all the basketball action with an order of sauce covered wings and a bucket of beer. The perfect companion to 4 quarters of nail-biting action! Click here for tickets and more info.

Jersey City NCAA Final Four Foodie Fest

_Final Four Foodie Fest at Harborside Plaza 3 Atrium

This event will only take place on March 31 at Harborside Plaza 3 Atrium. Although not exactly in NYC, it’s well worth the trip to Jersey City since there will be three 20-foot screens to watch the games from, along with all-night drink specials and a live DJ that’ll start playing at midnight! Not only will there be over 20 food vendors, but you’ll be able to play beer pong, giant chess, foosball, and cornhole throughout the night. Click here for tickets and more info.