SNAP is the highly-anticipated sports bar and lounge from the forces behind many of New York’s most popular nighttime destinations. Events and programming run the gamut of Sports Nightlife And Pastime, unifying the die-hard sports set and tastemakers in a truly unique and versatile setting. Sixteen giant televisions showcase the day’s in-demand games, special events and programs, while patrons enjoy their favorite teams and sports in an environment designed for a perfect day or action-packed evening out.
Sizzling plates satisfy the taste buds and perfect viewing angles indulge the eyes with each electrifying moment. Service at SNAP is friendly, professional and knowledgeable about sports, with servers adorned in "A League of Their Own"-inspired dresses by Ashley Mihelich. Ultramodern displays and a first-rate sound system pump in live pro and college football, basketball, baseball, boxing, mixed martial arts, hockey, soccer, tennis, golf, "SportsCenter" and more, while a live DJ rocks between the thrills of big games.
SNAP welcomes all group bookings from alumni and team viewing gatherings to birthdays, bachelor and bachelorette parties. Special events planned at SNAP are elevated to the next level. For groups that need a time-out from the crowd, the private "SNAP-Back" party and dining room offers a completely personal option in a more intimate setting. SNAP can accommodate up to 250 guests, seating for 100 diners, and 2200 square feet of party space ensures ample room for large affairs.
SNAP is more than sporting events, it’s an after-work and after-hours bustle with the energy of the neighborhood. Revelers party with friends in a relaxed and spirited atmosphere nightly. Weekly events include celebrity athlete hosts, television show viewings, fantasy sports tournaments, video gaming competitions, karaoke, and networking get-togethers. SNAP is open seven days and nights a week, serving lunch, dinner, and drinks to a neighborhood and celebrity clientele until 4:00 a.m. At the crossroads of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, West Village, and Chelsea, the minds behind The Upstairs, CV Lounge and the Peter McManus Café united to create SNAP.
The fun never stops at SNAP, where turn-of-the century décor meets live entertainment, for a mix that can only be summed up as the ultimate Sports Nightlife And Pastime.
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Guests arrive through mahogany doors sculpted with statues of classical sports figures into a stunning space designed by Steve Lewis that is infused with nostalgia and cutting-edge technology. Collegiate colors illustrate the vintage aesthetic at SNAP, with throwback sports wallpapers, photos of amateur athletes and antique trophies scattered throughout. A 35-foot long hand-carved bar anchors the action, serving up a variety of 8 draught beers, 20 distinct bottled and craft beers, and a robust selection of liquors, wines, and champagnes. Perhaps SNAP’s most unique and modern twist is the 20-foot long LED tricolor SNAP Ticker built directly into the American ash wood bar top. The ticker scrolls a constant flow of sports scores, fantasy stats, news, and messages, accentuating SNAP’s distinctive approach to complete crowd interactivity. With the sports world at their fingertips, guests follow this action while relaxing on themed stools topped with the stretched leather of recycled game balls. A trip further into SNAP unveils an endless amount of eye-catching details: a closer look up reveals a ceiling adorned with cheering fans and spectators, a downward glance at the hardwood floor unveils a brass inlay art piece inspired by classic tournament brackets. SNAP’s dedicated fans enjoy seating at private booths upholstered in football leather and the 15-foot long communal "SNAP Face-Off Table."
Mouth-watering food is at the heart of SNAP. A menu showcasing unique twists on classic American sports bar and English pub fare dazzles, arousing the appetite of any fan. Mammoth-sized portions designed for sharing are the norm with enough food to last from kickoff to the final buzzer.
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