You can watch all major sports at 200 Fifth in Park Slope, including soccer and MMA, and this place is best when you want to watch lots of different events at the same time. That way you can take advantage of the ridiculous number of TVs - with multiple small screens at each table, a ton behind the big horseshoe bar, and a few big screens on the walls. It’s most popular during NFL games, but also keep it in mind during weekdays when they do half-off Happy Hour till 7pm.
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