Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Warren 77: Sean Avery's Tribeca bar/restaurant

Sean Avery's new bar and restaurant in Tribeca has been getting a lot of attention. Here is a round-up of some views and reviews of his new establishment, Warren 77, starting with a nice one from UrbanDaddy.

UrbranDaddy:
The Art of Warr, Tribeca's Non-Sports Bar Sports Bar --

It's rare that a sports bar can sneak up on you.

But when the TVs are hidden behind chalkboards, a Diane Arbus photo hangs on the wall and the gents from Smith & Mills are curating a vintage-industrial-locker-room vibe, we may be entering a bold new era in sports bars...
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Sean Avery's TriBeCa bar/restaurant, Warren 77, New York City----
Sean Avery's TriBeCa bar/restaurant, Warren 77, New York City----
Sean Avery's TriBeCa bar/restaurant, Warren 77, New York City----
Sean Avery's TriBeCa bar/restaurant, Warren 77, New York City----
Sean Avery's TriBeCa bar/restaurant, Warren 77, New York City----
Sean Avery gives us a tour of Warren 77:


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related [updated]:
Rare Daily:
First Night at Warren 77 --
perhaps the city’s first hipster sports bar...

an old-school cross between Peter Luger – with dark wood walls and an imposing oak bar – and the basement rec-room from an ’80s teen flick, furnished by a set designer with very good taste. Think weathered grandpa chairs and Howard Cosell-era CBS klieg lights salvaged from the network’s old Chicago studio...
style.com:
Not your father's sports bar --
no neon here. There is an arcade of sorts (4 Pac-Man tables, offering a variety of classic eighties games) up front, followed by a series of booths. (Seated in one during my visit: the unlikely quartet of tattoo artist Scott Campbell, Dan Colen, Batali protégée and Food Network chef Anne Burrell, and John McEnroe.) ...
New York Observer:
Hockey Star Sean Avery Drops the Puck for Boozy Offseason at New Tribeca Bar --
"How do you say 'cheers' in the Jewish language?" the flashy forward asked guests at the opening of his new Tribeca bar and restaurant Warren 77 on Friday, May 15.

"L'chaim!" the crowd replied.

"There ya go," said Mr. Avery, who further encouraged attendees to "just keep buying drinks because I didn't open a f#%&*#* bar for nothing." ...
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Chicago Sun-Times:
Ain't no party like a Sean Avery party --
Add 'restaurateur' to the list of words we can use to describe New York Rangers Sean Avery...
Ball Hype:
Sean Avery's New Restaurant Upstages Phoenix Coyotes Rally --
The opening of Sean Avery's new restaurant in Manhattan got more media attention than the rally to save the Phoenix Coyotes at the Native New Yorker restaurant in Arizona. The rally in Phoenix attracted 200 Coyotes fans...
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Life.com:
Who Is Sean Avery, Anyway? 21 Views --

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3 comments:

  • Anonymous said...
     

    Good luck to you Sean in all you do!!!

  • Mike said...
     

    Didn't check it out yet, but I will the next time I'm in NYC! If it's like the way Sean Avery plays every night, it will be great! LET'S GO RANGERS!

  • R.A. Bullseye said...
     

    I want to go to that bar and have a drink...that's my goal. I live in California now but I am going to go to that bar.....as God as my witness.

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