The Grayson

16 First Avenue
With over 45 HD TVs including 9 laser projectors there is no better place to catch your favorite games. THE GRAYSON boasts an extensive beer menu with over 40 beers, 20 drafts and 20 bottles, a well-crafted cocktail menu, an impressive list of fine w... more

With over 45 HD TVs including 9 laser projectors there is no better place to catch your favorite games. THE GRAYSON boasts an extensive beer menu with over 40 beers, 20 drafts and 20 bottles, a well-crafted cocktail menu, an impressive list of fine wines, and full food menu ranging from top notch casual pub fare to delectable fine dining options. THE GRAYSON serves brunch, lunch and dinner, offers daily specials and is “HOME OF THE $2 MIMOSA”. Beyond your standard sports bar, THE GRAYSON has a state of the art DJ booth that hits on hottest music trends. Whether you’re a diehard sports fanatic, a foodie, a wine connoisseur, or someone who just wants to dance THE GRAYSON is the spot to be.


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16 First Avenue
New York, NY 10009
(212) 510-8726
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