This two level sports bar has over 3, square feet and features a dozen flat screens, projectors, a pool table, brick pizza oven, as well as a full bar with craft beers on tap. We asked with a close-knit city like Philadelphia, did he think there would be a problem with Boxers coming into the marketplace. Bob told Edge that he wasn't concerned at all, he said "Our brand is simply a contemporary sports bar where anyone can go to hang out and enjoy themselves.
To enter the contest, fill out the form below between Friday, January 26 and Friday, February This week, the bar announced they will open two new locations in New York this year: one on the Upper East Side, open now, and another in Washington Heights late spring. That makes the chain 5 bars strong.
Boxers is gay owned and operated from the heart of NYC. With two locations, you can visit us in Chelsea or Hell's Kitchen. Boxers hosts the loud and proud and is a community advocate of gay sports leagues and sporting events.
There are probably more bars and restaurants in New York City than anywhere else in the world but with gentrification spreading across the city, its getting harder and harder for business owners to hang a shingle in the Big Apple. New York zoning laws forbid bars from being within feet of a school. Boxers co-owners Bob Fluet and Rob Hynds have tried to appease residents, but the situation has turned into a long-running saga, even by New York standards. As a gay parent of two, I would never want a nightclub there.
Boxers opens its new gay bar in Washington Heights on Friday. Photo Credit: Boxers. Boxers will open a new location in the rapidly evolving Washington Heights on Friday, marking the first time the area will have a gay bar of its own since the shuttering of No Parking.
Community Board 4's liquor license committee gave the OK to Boxers' request for a liquor license at the new address, formerly the home of Italian restaurant Terraza Toscana. According to documents filed with the board, the bar will have cellar, ground floor and rooftop space, complete with televisions for watching big games. The bigger design is similar to Boxers' plan for a two-story location at 10th Ave.
If you're a human and see this, please ignore it. If you're a scraper, please click the link below :- Note that clicking the link below will block access to this site for 24 hours. Boxersthe gay New York establishment which invaded Walnut Street in Philadelphia last year, turns one this weekend, and there will be quite a celebration at the sports bar.
Just as the fall chill swept in comes the debut of Boxers, a gay sports bar whose shirtless staff wears boxers as a uniform. It's bilevel, with the main bar on the first floor and a smaller bar - and tables - upstairs. Servers wear shirts upstairs around food.
In fact, they would invite you down to see for yourself. The Chelsea location is decked out with 10 TVs, exposed brick walls, custom-made seating, pull-up bars for the bartenders behind the bars and lots of sports memorabilia. Washington, D.