One of the Best Alabama Bars in the World is in NYC // (Ep. 8)

For Episode 9 of NOMAD, D.A. heads to the Alabama alumni bar in New York City to watch the Crimson Tide/Aggies game and eat the Mac n’ Cheese burger. The Ainsworth in Manhattan makes you feel like a slice of Alabama was brought to the Big Apple. It’s hard to imagine feeling like you’re in Tuscaloosa in New York, but from the “Roll Tide” pregame show, to the “Sweet Home Alabama” song after every TD, the crowd is rocking.

See it to believe it, one of the best Alabama sports bars anywhere is in NYC. D.A. heads there for the Alabama/A&M game in 2016, which ended Bama 33 – Texas A&M 14.

Music credit: Milestone – “Sweet Home Alabama” (cover)
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WELCOME TO VEDA DAY 20!! In Todays VEDA 2017 video I take you guys along with me as my roommates and I enjoy this NYC Summer day and go to some cool bars in NYC. It’s been raining for the past few days in New York City so I wanted to take full advantage of this hot and sunny summer day and try out a NYC vlog for you all. We went to the Grand Banks NYC which is a restaurant and bar on this big sail boat right next to the West side highway and then go to the Rusty Knot and end up at the Roof at Park South rooftop bar. We then decide to go back to the apartment and then just relax and play darts and watch movies for the rest of the night. Hope you liked this NYC vlog and if you did make sure to SUBSCRIBE and also click that THUMBS UP button. THANKS! #NYC

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Ask the Locals: Best Rooftop Bars in NYC

One of the most popular adult activities in the summer in New York City is to enjoy some refreshments from above. Rooftop bars are everywhere but unfortunately they are not all created equally. Some have an annoying crowd, others have overpriced drinks, and plenty have a less than stellar view.

Our local guides give their recommendations for the best places to sip drinks, relax, and enjoy the views from above.

We picked:
Rooftop Reds, 299 Sands Street, Brooklyn,

Luna Asian Bistro, 32-72 Steinway Street, Queens,

Gallow Green, 542 West 27th Street, Manhattan,

The Press Lounge, 653 11th Avenue, Manhattan,

St. Cloud, 6 Times Square, Manhattan,

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The Sober Bartender Who Runs One of NYC’s Best Bars – Staff, Episode 5

When it comes to escaping issues associated with alcohol, a bar might be the last place one would look. But for Jim Kearns of NYC’s Slowly Shirley and The Happiest Hour, his passion for making cocktails and a desire to become sober has made working behind the bar the best place to find balance.

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