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Foley’s was New York City’s top baseball bar and one of the best sports bars in the country, according to Yahoo! It was a gathering place to watch baseball from spring training through Game 7 of the World Series and other championship sports events, including the Super Bowl, NCAA college basketball, the NBA and NHL playoffs, World Cup Soccer, NASCAR and much more. Many college alumni organizations and meetup groups considered Foley’s their home away from home in New York City. Where else would you see Red Sox and Yankee fans, Michigan and Ohio State fans, and Giants and Jets fans sit side-by-side in (nearly) perfect harmony?
you never know who you would meet at foley's
Drawn to its great location, reputation, and the best public display of sports memorabilia in the county, Foley’s attracted people from all walks of life. Foley’s famous patrons included: Mad Men’s Jon Hamm, comedic film star Paul Rudd, film critic Jeffrey Lyons, members of the legendary rock group Chicago, Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, Noah Syndergaard, Hall of Famers Frank Thomas, Jack Morris, and John Smoltz, numerous MLB Network personalities, Yankees GM Brian Cashman, four-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson, and Olympic gold medal winners from the US women’s hockey team and USA wrestling.