There’s so much going on at Studio Square in Astoria that you could spend a day here and not even realize how many big screens there are inside. Along with two separate indoor spaces that have their own bars, TVs, and sound systems, there’s an outdoor area about the size of a medium-sized European city’s town square, which has tons of communal picnic tables and six different bars. They also show sports on movie-theater-sized projectors in the courtyard.
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Pye Boat Noodle
At Pye Boat Noodle, there’s a bottle of fish sauce on every table. This is for the boat noodles, which you should definitely order.
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Milk & Hops Chelsea
Milk & Hops is a casual spot in Chelsea with a huge beer selection, as well as some cheese, meat, and sandwiches.
The Roof is a big rooftop bar on top of Whole Foods in Gowanus and it’s a surprisingly nice place to hang out.
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Jake’s Dilemma is a bar on the Upper West Side that feels like the kind of place you might have gone during your junior year of college.
Standings is a small bar in the East Village that’s great for people who care a lot about sports.
Iona is a normal-seeming bar in the middle of Williamsburg with a nice backyard that’s almost the size of the bar itself.
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