Sports March Madness: where to watch like a fan By ALISON FOX Updated March 16, 2015 2:31 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Do you need to adopt a team for March Madness? Or do you just want to know where the best parties are? Here's where to find the most spirited fans in the city. 1 Seed: Kentucky Where to watch: Jack Demsey’s, 36 W. 33rd St. 1 Seed: Villanova Where to watch: Gramercy Ale House, 272 3rd Ave. or Turnmill NYC, 119 E. 27th St. 1 Seed: Duke Where to watch: Ainsworth Park, 111 E. 18th St. 1 Seed: Wisconsin Where to watch: Mad River Bar & Grille, 1442 3rd Ave. or Libation, 137 Ludlow St. 2 Seed: Virginia Photo Credit: Twitter/Virginia Cavaliers Where to watch: American Whiskey, 247 W 30th St. or Windsor, 420 Park Ave. South 2 Seed: Arizona Where to watch: Lincoln Park Bar and Grill, 867 9th Ave. 2 Seed: Gonzaga Where to watch: Village Pourhouse, 64 3rd Ave. 2 Seed: Kansas Where to watch: Cornerstone Tavern, 961 2nd Ave. Fallen from grace but don't count them out: Ohio State Ohio State has a long history of success, but only managed to nab a 10 seed this year, after coming in at a 6 seed last year. Where to watch: Iron Bar & Lounge, 713 8th Ave. Fallen from grace but don't count them out: UCLA Photo Credit: Facebook/UCLA Athletics UCLA surprised many by getting awarded an 11 seed this year after they lost to Arizona in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals, but this is far lower than the 4 seed they had last year. Where to watch: For the first game of the tournament - American Whiskey, 247 W. 30th St. For all other games - 121 Fulton Street, 121 Fulton St. Fallen from grace but don't count them out: Virginia Commonwealth Photo Credit: Facebook/VCU Athletics VCU clinched their 7 seed after beating Dayton in a close Atlantic 10 championship game. This is lower than their 5 seed from last year. Where to watch: Village Pourhouse, 64 3rd Ave. On the rise: Indiana Photo Credit: Facebook/Indiana University Indiana has been talked about a lot this season as Kentucky looks to run the table, a feat that hasn't been accomplished since the Hoosiers did it in 1976. This year Indiana nabbed a 10 seed after not even making the tournament in 2014. Where to watch: Durden, 213 2nd Ave. By ALISON FOX Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.