New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/01/2014 -- Public House NYC has always stood out as a great sports bar in NYC. The lively atmosphere, large craft beer selection, and large screen HD TVs throughout the bar, it is the perfect place to watch all games and sporting events this summer and all year long. Public House NYC welcomes all fans with open arms, and depending on the game, will offer drink or food specials to coincide with big events. Whether it’s the World Cup, Wimbledon or US Tennis Open, the Triple Crown races, playoffs or draft, Public House NYC hosts fans of any sport. All throughout baseball season, fans will receive $4 Bud and Bud Light for the duration of every Mets and Yankees game. Fans who come in before the game with their ticket will get a free Bud or Bud Light Draft.
With just a few weeks left in the World Cup and the knockout round set to begin, Public House NYC invites soccer fans to catch the matches with the final 16 teams. Come watch America play Belgium on Tuesday, July 1st, or watch any of the other games before the tournament ends on Sunday, July 13.
Throughout the summer and beyond, Public House NYC will continue providing tourists and New Yorkers with the best happy hour in NYC, with $4 domestic drafts, $5 house wines, and $6 well mixed drinks. Their daily lunch special offers a burger and a beer for just $13. Located right outside of Grand Central Station, the bar is the perfect spot for commuters and travelers to grab a drink or something to eat and relax on their way into or out of the city.
For more information on Public House NYC, visit them online or call 212-682-3710.
About Public House NYC
Public House's mission is to provide a consistent and quality product, while at the same time, a sophisticated and fun atmosphere to our guests. It is a neighborhood restaurant and bar with a nightlife scene. The staff at Public House believes that their guests should feel at home as soon as they enter the establishment. Public House strives to provide an experience second to none in the hopes that they will find their way back home again.
For more information on the popular NYC restaurant, visit www.publichousenyc.com.