Congratulations to Barcelona on winning the Liga BBVA championship.
The chase for the cup is in full swing now. The regular season is over, playoff hockey is here and Lord Stanley’s Cup awaits. Watch every game live, all day Happy Hour Mon- Fri till 8pm and we’re just a few blocks from Madison Square Garden.
NHL Schedule: www.nhl.com/ice/scheduleb
The Playoffs are here, so don’t miss a moment of the action as we see who will be crowned 2015 NBA Champions. Happy Hour all day Monday, till 8pm Tuesday to Friday and all night Sunday.
Please note many Euroleague basketball games are now also available, please call or email us with any particular request.
NBA Schedule: nba.com/gameline
Well we’ve waited a while for this but finally it’s here. The “Fight of the Century” Mayweather vs Pacquiao live May 2nd from 9pm. This is a ppv event and a $30 cover will be charged at the door. For reservations/inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The chase for the 2015 World Series has begun and Smithfield will have complete coverage of the MLB season with MLB Extra Innings.
You can check the MLB Schedule here: mlb.mlb.com/home
The 2015 Heineken UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour will hit New York City March 19th at the Skylight Modern on West 27th St. The iconic trophy will be on display as will some great memorabilia from the history of the 60 year old tournament.
Heineken will provide you with a beer for the occasion so it’s 21 and up only.
Entry is not guaranteed so get there early.
2015 UEFA Champions League Champions League Trophy Tour presented by Heineken
March 19th, 2pm – 10pm
537 West 27th St.
New York City
Dublin in the house.
Former Manchester United striker Dion Dublin will be at Smithfield on March 15th.
Manchester United will host Tottenham Hotspur at 12pm on Sunday March 15th and thanks to One United USA, 1993 Premier League winner Dion Dublin will join us and host a Q&A after the game.
Dion was signed for Manchester United by Sir Alex Ferguson in August 1992. He won a Premier League medal when The Red Devils won their 1st league title in 26 years in the 1992/93 season though his appearances where restricted when he broke his leg against Crystal Palace in September 1992.
After leaving United Dion went on to have very successful spells at Coventry and Aston Villa. He even collected a league and cup double when he played for Glasgow Celtic in Scotland. In 2006 Dion returned to Norwich City, the club where he began his career 20 years earlier, before retiring from the game in May 2008.
South Bronx United is a nonprofit, youth developement organization that uses soccer as a vehicle for social change.
The South Bronx United Supporters’ Club includes members actively dedicated to the SBU mission. Founded in 2009, South Bronx United works with over 600 boys and girls through programs on and off the field, including rec leagues, academic tutoring, college prep, mentoring, and much more.
The SBU Supporters’ Club was founded by soccer fans who believe in the SBU vision. SBUSC organizes events throughout the year, including pickup leagues, tournaments, watch parties, happy hours, and more, all with the goal of having a great time while raising funds to support SBU’s programs. The Supporters’ Club is open to anyone interested in becoming involved with SBU, or simply those who want to come out to watch a game and have a drink to support a great cause.
Smithfield Hall is proud to host the South Bronx United Supporters’ Club, and invites all fans to attend the many exciting events they have planned for 2015.
Try some of the Brooklyn Brewery Brewmaster’s Reserve at Smithfield Hall. We have added a 29th draught beer line and will be changing it on a regular basis. To get it all going we’ve stayed local and will be pouring the Quadraceratops from Brooklyn Brewery. It is a strong dark abbey ale, complex and fruity without being overwhelming. At 9.9%ABV this Belgian Quadruppel-style ale is thick with flavors of black cherries, toasted caramel and dark stone fruit. Try it for a limited time at Smithfield Hall.
We are happy to announce opening of Smithfield Hall. Smithfield Tavern was very close to us all and it was a sad day for when it’s doors were shuttered. But in the great City of New York change is the constant and nothing stays the same for too long. Read More