Promenade Bar and Grill is a sports bar inspired by the timeless American tradition of tailgating, with a unique expansive menu that will introduce New Yorkers to a host of regional favorites from throughout the country. Using only the freshest ingredients and most time-intensive preparations, a skilled team of chefs meticulously prepares elevated sports bar fare.
Promenade Bar and Gril offers a fully immersive stadium atmosphere with forty-five 60? HD flat-screen televisions and the latest in game-watching technology.
How It Began
Promenade Bar and Grill’s roots can be traced back to an epic football season, when a group of lifelong New York sports fans traversed the country in search of the nation’s best tailgating destinations.
They cheered, exchanged some friendly trash talk with the opposition and, most importantly, discovered a wealth of exciting new regional dishes. Upon their return, Promenade’s vision was clear: to create a sports bar that would replicate the stadium experience and give New Yorkers a taste of the most popular game day meals from Miami to San Francisco. However, these lifelong New Yorkers knew it was their duty to showcase a taste of New England, adding an impressive array of seafood options that includes a full raw bar and sushi bar. These locally sourced clams, oysters and shrimp provide a healthy, light alternative to typical bar fare, while Bottomzup’s in-house sushi chef crafts signature rolls, sashimi and nigri.
Promenade’s eye-catching 3400 sq. ft. location is a game-watching paradise. Upon entering, guests are immersed in a modern, interactive setting that brims with the energy of a stadium experience. The walls at this high-ceilinged space are lined with dozens of iconic, timeless images featuring great moments in sports. Classic photos of Lou Gehrig’s retirement at Yankee Stadium or David Tyree’s miracle catch for the Giants evoke passion from the New York faithful.
The hub of Promenade Bar and Grill is its 60-foot center bar, where fans can congregate, watch the games on column-mounted screens, and choose from fourteen beer on tap and fifteen bottled selections, along with a host of wine and spirit offerings. The beer list features local favorites from the Brooklyn and Blue Point Breweries along with West Coast standouts like Palm and Blue Moon.