Celebrate Football Sunday Funday’s at the Best Anti-Bro Bar, Rochelle’s!

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Leave Rochelle Out of It

Real men are tough to find in NYC and unfortunately for some of us, we know this all too well. Not to fret though, because it’s known that real men drink whiskey! That’s why Leave Rochelle Out of It, located on the Lower East Side, is mecca for real men with their wide array of whiskey options and two large screen TVs which will be broadcasting football all season long. If you’re a fan of Ohio State University (or whiskey, beer and killer wings), this “anti-bro bar” will be your go-to spot, as Rochelle’s will not only be serving up their bad decisions, but playing all Ohio State games throughout the season!

Manhattan is falling victim to the frat-boy sports bar scene at a furious pace. During football season, like clockwork each week, bars in Murray Hill, SoHo, and of course, the LES, become infested with bro boys. However, the inviting floor-to-ceiling windows and flat screen TVs at Rochelle’s create the perfect setting for a day or night game that is a fun alternative to your typical sports bar. Rub elbows with sophisticated, sexy frequenters of this venue while enjoying delicious cocktails and drink specials. During OSU games, wet your whistle with a $5 beer and shot combo that includes a shot of the whiskey of the week and a Miller High Life split (because the champagne of beers is all that will do for the Manhattan elite!). If that combination isn’t your thing, other drink specials include, $4 draft beers and $14 Coors light pitchers, and buckets of Budweiser, the real man’s beer.

Munch on mouth-watering food throughout the game. Enjoy Rochelle’s famous Whiskey Wings plus the NEW Buffalo Wings just in time for football season. In addition to the appetizer ordered featured on the menu, platters of wings will be on special for $22.

Rochelle’s offers all the glamour of Rock and Roll with none of the unwanted extras.




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