Warren 77 has buffalo wings, cheesesteaks, and a bunch of TVs - and the space is decked out with classic sports memorabilia. But it’s also in Tribeca, and was opened by one of the owners of of Holy Ground, A Summer Day Cafe, and Tiny’s - all places where you might plausibly find Kings Of Leon hanging out after a show. So it’s not surprising that this place has a loungey atmosphere, with seating that consists mostly of big leather booths you can reserve ahead of time. In case you’re not here to watch sports, there are also some arcade-style games in the back.
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