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Where's the best place in the city to watch Premier League Soccer and have a Saturday morning breakfast?

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  1. Replying so I can get a recommendation too. Good topic. Hope someone has a tip.

    1. I have always had good luck at Tir na Nog by Penn Station, they have pretty much all of the Premiership games (and the championship I think, along with Rugby, Gaelic football, etc.) and their Irish Breakfast and corned beef hash are both quite good not to mention that Bernie the barman is a great guy. Only a couple of big TVs and 3 or 4 smaller ones at the bar, so it is not a Nevada Smith's like experience.

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      Tir Na Nog
      5 Penn Plz, New York, NY 10001

      1. A few bars on 3rd ave between 23rd and 28th definetly show it.

        Call the Madhatter and there is another one right across
        The street that shows it.

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        McCormack's
        365 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016

        Mad Hatter
        360 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016

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        1. re: rossnyc

          Confirming this. Also several pubs in the E. 30s on 3rd Ave. show PL soccer games, including Patrick Kavanagh's. Patrick Kavanagh's serves a passable Irish breakfast. Just wander that stretch and you'll probably find something. Be forewarned that for some popular games (where some patrons show up and nurse a beer for hours in a crowded room), some pubs will charge you an admissions fee of something like $5 to $10.

          A little further west, O'Reilly's Pub on W. 31st also broadcasts games, but I've never personally been in the a.m.

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          Patrick Kavanagh's
          497 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016

          O'Reilly's Pub
          56 W 31st St, New York, NY 10001

          1. re: rossnyc

            The bar right across the street is McCormack's. Both places serve food, but McCormack's has a more traditional irish pub menu, and mad hatter is closer to American Sports Bar menu. They're both good, but my personal preference is McCormack's.

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            McCormack's
            365 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016

          2. For a fellow Spurs fan, Lunasa on 1st Avenue and 7 Street is a solid bet. The Guinness is solid and the Irish breakfast stays with you for the rest of the day - what with black and white pudding, sausages, bacon and all the other usual suspects.

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            Lunasa
            126 1st Ave, New York, NY 10003