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I recently went to Nevada Smith's twice to watch football (soccer) matches while I was working in New York. The staff went out of his way to find a stream for the match and get it put on a screen for me, despite the fact...More
My friend made a reservation 3 weeks ago for 50 people, Nevada Smiths cancelled the day before. They said it was due to the soccer game. They were completely unapologetic. Fortunately the "Bar None" next door will be able to help him out. Bad job...More
DO NOT PATRONIZE the bar Nevada Smiths on 3rd Ave and E 12th. I had a reservation for 3 weeks, scheduled an event with 50+ people, and they just canceled it at 10pm the night before saying there was a soccer game on. Completely unapologetic....More
As one of the few NY pubs to show soccer regularly I was relying on them to show the recent Hearts Vs Hibs match. As it was on at 8.15am on a Sunday morning I tweeted to check they were open. They said they were....More
For American born soccer fans, Nevada Smiths has always been a special place. It still has heart with contending fans at big games and the knowledge that you can get a good draft and talk and view football with like-minded fans. But in its move...More
I visited this place to watch a game and very impressed to see they have 4 floor with TV and big screens.
So we stayed on the main floor to watch the game but almost started the game the entire floor was packed so we...More
We went here to watch an end of season premiership match. With different matches on both upstairs and downstairs and opposing fans making the most of the tension it made for a great mornings viewing. With alcohol on tap this is a great venue for...More
We headed here to watch an early morning soccer match and as we entered - a moody looking doorman sneered "keep him close to you and no running around" - clearly addressing my 10 year old son. I presumed I'd misheard him - he sounded...More