Friday, August 05, 2011

Yankees at Red Sox Game Watch in NYC: Aug. 5-7

The Yankees and Red Sox square off once again for a 3-game series this weekend. Both teams appear destined for the playoffs, so this series will be more for bragging rights, as the teams are tied for first in the A.L. East. But it is always exciting when these two teams meet.

Friday, August 5: 7:10pm
Saturday, August 6: 4:10pm
Sunday, August 7: 8:05pm

Tonight, our friend Lou (aka DLJ) hosts a Rock n Jock Jam

Friday, August 5
DLJ's Rock n Jock Jam at Croton Reservoir Tavern

NY Yankees vs Boston Red Sox game on all TVs including 52" projection screen @ 7pm
DJ Lou (aka DLJ) spinning the 80s & 90s songs that shook the rafters of every arena
Feel free to sing along and party to all your favorite Jock Rock & Jam songs
Sports Attire (jerseys, hats, etc) encouraged, but not mandatory
Sports Trivia w/ Prizes & Giveaways
Drink Specials at the Brick Bar til 9pm
$4 Select Beer Bottles
$6 Martinis, Margaritas, Well Drinks & Wine
Food specials & Full dinner menu available
free admission
6 pm-11pm

Croton Reservoir Tavern

108 W. 40th St.
(bet. Broadway & 6th Ave.)
New York, NY
212 997-6835

For more viewing locations, check out the MurphGuide Directory of NYC Sports Bars:

1 comment:

Belgie said...

This is the best musical surprise I have witnessed in the past 5 years. The album is a cross between the old Megadeth feel with a modern polished sound, which forms a perfect mesh. For full disclosure, I don't think there are any bad Megadeth albums out there, but in the post Youthanasia era there has been a clear drop in the level of authentic Mustaine emotion. The whole album has this perfect rolling sound without any breaks or low points. It is rare that I like an album on the first attempt, but this has been the case here. If you are a weathered Deth enthusiast, you obviously need to hear the final versions of New World Order and Millenium of the Blind.