After being forced from their North 4th street location due to rent increases over a year ago, Williamsburg sports bar 4th Down will re-open tomorrow in their new location. Their new spot is at 750 Grand street between Graham and Humbolt. From 4th Down’s press release:
“The new space is more user friendly than our last, in that it’s wide open and our multiple TVs are visible from every seat.” Owner Geoff Weber explains, “We also tripled the seating at the bar so more people can have interaction with the staff and fellow sports fans.”
When they originally open 4th Down in 2010, Williamsburg was heavily populated with bars but mostly high end cocktail or music venues and a dwindling few old time local joints. And even fewer sports bars.
Even with more sports bars now open throughout Williamsburg than in 2010, 4th Down has cultivated a loyal following of sports fans and friends over the past 4 years who will flock to the new location. And with the continued influx of transplants from all over the states and world, there is always a fan looking to cheer their team on.
What patrons can expect from 4th Down is a great place for watching sports and hanging with friends. They can also expect Direct TV capability of 16 different games with NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL packages, plus 30 other sports channels. They’ll be showing UFC pay per view. And games can be viewed on 14 large HD plasma TVs, a 120-inch HD projection screen, and a 100-inch HD projection screen.
At the bar, they’ll be serving 10 craft New York beers on tap and 15 different bottle and can beers. Buckets of beer are also available (six for the price of five). Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 1pm-7pm with $4 drafts $4 wells $4 shots of Jameson.