Bar Review: Coppersmith’s

By Jocelyn Voo
New York Magazine online

With athletic jerseys layering exposed brick walls and eleven TVs faithfully broadcasting every conceivable athletic event, Coppersmith’s is a sports bar through and through. Better yet, this armchair-referee hangout brings some class to the usual formula of burgers, wings and daily drink specials through the addition of a respectable wine list. Tall mahogany tables line the walls—everything, spic-and-span clean, despite the packed crowd. For Yankees, Knicks and Jets fans the cheerleading gets an unexpected rhythmic boost on Thursday nights when a live DJ comes aboard. During warmer weather, the three large French doors up front swing open and provide cool breezes.

793 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10019
nr. 53rd St.

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