To celebrate opening day of the 2013 Major League Basball season, MLB Fan Cave, a baseball lovers mecca, is hosting another season of free shows right in downtown Manhattan. To kickoff opening day in style, Afrojack will be playing at the space on Monday,April 1st. We promise you this isn’t a cruel April Fool’s joke! Doors open at 7pm, but head down early because they’re expecting the small space to hit capacity extremely quickly. The show is open to anyone who has insider knowledge, like you!
So mark your calendars and skip out of work early to reserve your spot on line to see Afrojack for free at the MLB Fan Cave.
Taco Bell has joined forces with Major League Baseball and Sony for its Beefy Nacho Burrito. The new item features beef, nacho cheese, sour cream and the Taco Bell Queso Strips all wrapped in a flour tortilla. Similar to the Beefy Crunch Burrito, this one has no rice and has Queso strips instead of Fritos. It is offered on the value menu for .99 cents or in a combo, along with two tacos and a large drink, for $3.99.
As part of Taco Bell's partnership with MLB, the Beefy Nacho Burrito will also be available in the $5 Buck Big Hitter Box (Beefy Nacho Burrito, Burrito Supreme, Crunchy Taco and a medium drink). The box features an "Unlock the Box" tie-in with Sony's "Home Run Derby" game built from PlayStation's MLB The Show 2012.
Smithfield’s recently opened shop in Chelsea, and has quickly become one of the most intriguing sports bar destinations in the city. Everything about this place, from the furnishings to its menu is captivating.
When was the last time you thought about the décor of a sports bar? Smithfield’s will have you admiring your surroundings and not just at the state-of-the-art LED television screens. Born from remains of the city itself, the bar surface has been constructed out of 300 year old wood found in a Chelsea warehouse and the tables are from water towers around the city.
It’s the baseball post-season and our beloved Dodgers are battling their way to the World Series. We’ve already defeated the mighty Albert Pujols and his fellow redbirds, but we still have a long way to go. This of course only means one thing: get drunk and watch them play with 100 of your closest friends.
The Short Stop
1455 W. Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Just a hop, skip and a bar crawl away from Dodger Stadium sits The Short Stop. This divey haunt is the only sports bar amongst the lot to actually feature vintage Dodger memorabilia. There’s plenty of cheap brew, a dance floor to burn off the buzz, and an old school photo booth to commemorate the good times. Come for the game and stay for the party - provided the Dodgers win of course.