Tiger Woods and Justin Timberlake open a sports bar in New York
These two famous personalities have teamed up to open a sports bar boasting huge televisions, golf simulators, and much more.
In fact, the golfer and musician have joined forces to open T-Squared Social (Tiger and Timberlake, of course), a bar located in the centre of Manhattan. The 2,200-square-foot space is a massive sports bar offering cocktails, upscale pub food, sports, and much more.
These two stars decided to collaborate on an intriguing pub, which is part of the Nexus collection of members-only clubs, during a golf game at a private course in the Bahamas, according to the New York Post. While the bar is open to the public, members enjoy a range of benefits for $250 quarterly, including access to activity reservations and seating, waived fees for private events, and other exclusive privileges.
In terms of amenities, T-Squared offers four golf simulators, four bowling lanes, and three dartboards. If you're someone who prefers to watch sports rather than participate, the bar has more than 30 televisions, including the only 200-inch TV in New York, according to the establishment. True fans can reserve one of the 11 "box seats" located behind the red ropes right in front of that massive screen.
When it comes to drinks, the selection is abundant. There are more than a dozen handcrafted cocktails, including the Old Fashioned, Grand Central Negroni, and Back 9 Hot Toddy, and the beer list is too long to list. While few people are likely to sip wine or champagne at a sports bar, you can opt for a bottle of Dom Pérignon for $700 or Cabernet Sauvignon for $450 if you wish.
As for food, the menu is standard for a pub but comes with some gourmet twists. Three types of pork belly (candied, braised, and glazed) are served with popcorn, while the Montauk Board offers plenty of seafood (grilled lobster, fried octopus, shrimp skewers, and grilled crabs). For lovers of classic, hearty pub fare, wings, burgers, and fries are also available, although you can get truffle and parmesan fries.
New York certainly doesn't lack mega-sports bars like this, but perhaps Woods and Timberlake, thanks to their famous names, will manage to stand out in this market.