Lifestyle Where to watch the Mets World Series By BRITTANY HAMLETT-CONCEPCION email@example.com Updated October 27, 2015 12:05 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email New York Mets fans and bandwagoners alike are ready to rumble for the team's first crack at the World Series championship title in 15 years. Fans and non-fans alike are feeling the excitement as the Mets prepare to face off with the Kansas City Royals in the best-out-of-seven game series starting Tuesday Oct. 27. Plenty of bars and restaurants will have the series on tap starting Tuesday night. Get ready to cheer #LGM (Let's Go Mets!) by hitting up one of these places to watch the historic World Series. Ainsworth (all locations) Photo Credit: Ainsworth Park All of the Ainsworth locations, in Gramercy, Midtown and Chelsea, will be showing the game with the sound on and more than 35 large-screen televisions. The Beer Garden at Studio Square NYC Photo Credit: Nicole Masse O'Brien via Facebook Die-hard fans will rep their team regardless of the weather. So put on your warmest Mets or Cubs gear and head over to this 19,000-square-foot beer garden to watch the game on two large flatscreen televisions. 35-33 36th St., Long Island City, 718-383-1001, studiosquarebeergarden.com. American Whiskey Photo Credit: American Whiskey via Facebook Cheer your favorite team on while sipping on locally brewed beers such as the Queens-brewed Single Cut Beer for $5 or two shots of Brooklyn-distilled Widow Jane Bourbon for $19.86. 247 W. 30th St., 212-967-1070, americanwhiskeynyc.com. McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon in midtown Photo Credit: McFadden's Saloon NYC via Facebook Watch the games on any of the 22 hi-def televisions while sipping on drink specials like the $30, three-hour open bar during weekend games. And, yes, the sound will be on. http://www.mcfaddens42.com/ Brother Jimmy's Murray Hill Photo Credit: Brother Jimmy's Murray Hill This uptown bar has game-day drink specials such as $15 Coors and Corona Light beer pitchers, $15 Pabst Blue Ribbon and Natty Light beer buckets and $5 shots of Jim Beam Fire bourbon, Jack Daniel's Original and Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskies. 181 Lexington Ave., 212-779-7427, brotherjimmys.com. Foley's NY Pub and Restaurant Photo Credit: Foley's NY Pub and Restaurant via Facebook Stop by this Mets fans' paradise that’s temporarily renamed "Daniel Murphy's Pub and Restaurant" in honor of the team’s second baseman. Hang out at the home of the "David Wright Sandwich" -- grilled chicken in buffalo sauce, lettuce, tomato, and bleu cheese on a club roll. Plus, check out autographed baseballs from former Mets players, memorabilia from Shea Stadium (like a chair), David Wright's pants and more. 18 W 33rd St., 212-290-0080, foleysny.com. Bill’s Bar & Burger (all locations) Photo Credit: Bill’s Bar & Burger Dine at any of the three NYC Bill's Bar and Burger spots including the Meatpacking, Rockefeller Center and Downtown and fill out a raffle card for chance to win two World Series tickets. While cheering on your team, sip $8 Queens Brewery Beer cans or munch on the $12 "Amazin' Burger" -- a double patty burger with smoked bacon and sharp cheddar cheese on a glazed doughnut. YUM! SideBAR Photo Credit: SideBAR Hang out with fellow fans and sip on game day drink specials like $30 Bud Light Beer buckets and $14 Bud Light Beer pitchers while watching the game (with the sound on!) on any of the 20 large screen TV's. 118 E 15th St., 212-677-2900, sidebarny.com. The Chester, Meatpacking Photo Credit: The Chester via Facebook Hang out at this 1,600-square-foot restaurant and munch on jalapeño waffle fries or beer-battered onion rings. 18 Ninth Avenue, Meatpacking, 646-253-2284, thechester.com. Roosevelt Sports Bar Photo Credit: Roosevelt Sports Bar via Flickr If you didn't score a ticket but want to be close to the action, stop by Roosevelt Sports Bar -- it's just an eight-minute walk from Citi Field. Watch every Mets game while sipping on drink specials like $13 Miller and Coors Light Beer pitchers and more. 133-45 Roosevelt Ave., Flushing, 718-463-2313, rooseveltsportsbar.com. By BRITTANY HAMLETT-CONCEPCION firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Celebrity Mets fansMeet the Mets' celebrity fans. Meet the Mets in the 2015 World SeriesIn 2015, the years of drafting high, rebuilding and tweaking the roster has paid off for the team and its fans. Secrets of Mr. MetThere's more to the Mets mascot than meets the eye. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.