NEW YORK, June 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Like Restaurant Row on West 46th street between 8th avenue and 9th avenue, West 33rd street between 5th avenue and 7th avenue in Manhattan has become New York City's Sports Row. Bordering the western section of New York City's Sports Row on 7th avenue is legendary live sports venue, Madison Square Garden, home to the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers. Recently, the adjoining parcel of West 33rd street next to Madison Square Garden on New York City's Sports Row was temporarily co-named Muhammad Ali Way by New York City Mayor Bill deBlasio in honor of the boxing legend who recently passed away. Included on Muhammad Ali Way on West 33rd street continuing east to 5th avenue, there is a row of sports themed bars, restaurants and Irish pubs. Establishments located on New York City's Sports Row include: FOLEY'S, a sports themed bar and restaurant which is home to New York City's largest sports memorabilia collection and the Irish American Sports Hall of Fame, JACK DEMPSEY'S, a sports themed bar and restaurant named after the legendary boxer, LEGENDS, a sports themed bar and restaurant, home to televised coverage of both domestic and international soccer games, RICK'S CABARET, an upscale gentlemen's club which is frequently patronized by Knicks, Rangers and Yankee fans, FEILE, an Irish flavored sports bar, STOUT, New York City's largest Irish Pub, HOOTERS, THE BLARNEY ROCK and the MANHATTAN MALL. Located steps from the eastern border of New York City's Sports Row on 5th avenue and West 33rd street is the 5TH Avenue entrance to New York City's legendary landmark and tourist attraction, the Empire State Building.
Hotels located within walking distance of New York City's Sports Row, include the Hotel Pennsylvania, The Affinia Manhattan Hotel, the Radisson Martinique hotel, Hotel Eventi, Langham Place, The Roger New York and several boutique hotels.