DuJour Magazine Spotlight- Ainsworth park

The Fall 2013 Edition of DuJour magazine, a new digital magazine from Jason Binn, the founder of Ocean Drive, Hamptons and other society yearbooks, has a nice feature story on great New York spots to watch football games. This publication targets the wealthy market and follows the vibrant world of the wealthiest and most inspiring individuals.

http://www.dujour.com/2013-09/1594/where-to-watch-the-game-this-weekend

The feature is Titled

“Where To Watch The Game”

“NYC sports bars have transcended chicken wings and big- screen TVs- the newest ones are high-end venues with menus to satisfy the most finicky palates.”

APARK

The Vibe: Rustic chic-dark bar stools, leather booth and exposed wood walls

The Grub: Roasted beet and kale salad, spicy jumbo prawns and truffled mac-n-cheese

The Drinks: beers are plentiful, but mixed drinks like the Moet Margarita (a cocktail of Don Julio tequila, Grand Marnier, lime juice and simple syrup topped with Moet & Chandon Imperial Champagne) will sate cravings for something stronger.

Celebrity Fans: Gerard Butler, Ryan Lochte

Ainsworth park New York City is located at 111 East 18th Street,  http://ainsworthparknyc.com/

Ainsworth Park featured in Guest of a Guest

A popular website, Guest of a Guest New York covers the People, Places & Parties of major metropolitan areas including New York City, the Hamptons, DC, and Los Angeles.

One of my restaurants, Ainsworth Park was featured as a perfect New York spot to watch football. With 65 televisions, a 60 foot patio, great service, and delicious drinks and food, why would you need to go anywhere else?!!

http://guestofaguest.com/new-york/sports/nyc-sports-bars-to-get-your-nfl-fix-this-season&slide=8