Lansdowne Road - Built in 1872, Lansdowne Road in Dublin is the oldest Rugby stadium still in use to date. It's also a new sports bar in Hell's Kitchen that pays homage to its namesake. Stadium lights illuminate several shadowboxes mounted to the wall, containing Rugby jerseys of international teams. Wood furniture, all made in Ireland, provides space for large groups to congregate and watch the game. And when we say "the game," we mean any of the twelve being broadcast on just as many HD plasma screens—from pro- and college- basketball and football, to rugby, soccer, and hockey, this pub is a sports fan's ultimate retreat. The back room, known as "the pitch," can be rented for parties, but the expansive bar up front is where all the action is. The 14 beers on tap and quirky bottle selections including Duvel, Grolsch, and Carlsberg, are kept chilled on an illuminated ice rail that runs the length of the bar top. In between throwing darts, try either the draught (served in 20 oz. imperial pints) or bottled beer of the day for $3 a pop. Though the menu is beer heavy, liquor lovers will enjoy the Hell's Kitchen Old Fashioned, made with Jameson's Irish Whiskey, muddled fresh fruit, bitters and a sugar cube.