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Chef Daniel Parilla (Minetta Tavern, Jeepney) consults on a comfort-food menu at this sports bar, which boasts 43 TVs. Grab a seat in a leather banquette and dig into casual fare, like a grilled cheese (cheddar, mozzarella, Brie), a Pat LaFrieda burger, and mac and cheese topped with aged Parmesan gratin. Tipples—including the King's Court, composed of tequila, rum, Cointreau and pineapple juice—run on the sweet side.