Clearly the best place to watch a Steelers game is at Heinz Field, but for those of you that can’t make it then Hibernia Bar is the Heinz Field of NYC.
Voted Best Steelers Bar NYC
Every Pittsburgh Steelers fan knows that their loyalty to the black, white and gold holds no bounds. Some fans have priorities that will see them miss important family events whenever a Steelers game is actually on. Missing a game is almost as tantamount to missing…well, actually the odds of a real Steelers fan missing a game is like a Steelers fan converting into a Ravens fan. That’s why Hibernia Bar has made it a priority to cater those Steelers fans that are either visiting NYC or simply Pittsburgh ex-pats, we are here there for you.
Black And Gold Steelers Nation
If you’re a Steelers fan, then your home away from home is Hibernia located in New York City’s iconic Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood. We know that there’s Steelers fans all across the globe, but truth be told, we also know that wherever those Steelers fans go there isn’t anywhere that can get them the exact feeling of Heinz field, BUT, you can find that place here at Hibernia. We’re listed as New York City’s Best Steelers Bar known as a hot spot where fans can gather on game days. We often have prizes, beer specials, drink specials and food specials.
Why We’re The Best Sports Bar In Hell’s Kitchen
How do you define a great sports bar? We have more than 6 large TVs as well as a big projection screen. Any sports bar can play a game, but some just don’t make the cut. Our staff is trained to make sure that you are taken care of, we make sure that your tables are cleared off and that your drinks are never empty, we make sure that our bartenders don’t channel surf when an important game is on, and of course every seat is within eye sight of a TV. We are passionate about our Steelers and on game days we make sure that our allegiance holds through.
Fun Facts About Hibernia Bar
- Steelers fans can always come by and the game will be playing.
- We have amazing HD Tv’s and an amazing sound system.
- We play the same songs, anthems, and sound bites you’ll hear at Heinz Field.
- We encourage people to wave their terrible towels.
- We support our Steelers by chanting, “Fuck Tom Brady.”
- Our wings, burger and French onion soup are amazing.
- The Mayor of Pittsburgh has graced our bar.
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We Serve Iron City Beer
Iron City Beer is a staple at Heinz Field and it is a staple at Hibernia, we are proud to serve Iron City Beer! As a long standing tradition we make sure that all of our Steelers Fans are not only taken care of, but also treated like they’d be at Heinz Field.
Late Night Kitchen NYC
We’ve also got you covered with food, because our food is not only top notch, but our kitchen is open late. Our food comes highly rated and our kitchen is open super late. You have to try our wings, we’ve got the best wings in Hell’s Kitchen.
Terrible Towel? How About Hibernia’s Own Terrible T-Shirt?
Yeah you’re definitely encouraged to bring in your terrible towels, but you can also purchase your own terrible t-shirt from us. You can also always pick up the classy Hibernia T-shirt and get your young ones started early with their own Hibernia onesie.
Fun Facts About Heinz Field
Heinz Field is the perfect blend of modern-day amenities and fan-friendly charm. The two-tiered stadium offers more intimacy than many NFL venues, with natural grass, great sight lines and a wide-open view of the football action set against the beautiful backdrop of downtown Pittsburgh. There is no such thing as a bad seat in this football-oriented stadium which was obviously designed to take football from a game to an experience.
Special Features of Heinz Field
- 2.2 acres of natural bluegrass provide an authentic football experience. The Steelers and Panthers don’t have to contend with a frozen playing field either, since an automatic heating system, consisting of over 35 miles of tubing, lies just beneath the grass surface and maintains the field at a constant 62 degrees.
- 7100 club seats tucked between the two levels on both sides of Heinz Field offer a fantastic vantage point and access to the two three-story club lounges. These popular lounges feature a wall of glass from floor to ceiling for nearly the entire length of the building, a huge video wall, a variety of seating, beverage kiosks and specialty-food stands.
- The open bowl shape of Heinz Field offers breathtaking views of downtown Pittsburgh, one of America’s most scenic cities. Point State Park, the Hilton Pittsburgh and Towers, PPG Place, Fifth Avenue Place, the Fort Pitt Bridge, Duquesne Incline and the Ohio River are all within view leaving visitors no doubt that they are watching the game in Pittsburgh.
- Reflecting Pittsburgh’s steel legacy, steel is a primary building material in Heinz field. The majority of the steel is silvery grey in color, except for the large gold-painted ‘quad pods’ which support the upper deck.
- Large masonry anchors Heinz Field, echoing the heavy stone bases of Pittsburgh’s downtown landmarks and bridges, such as the City-County Building and the Allegheny County Court House.
- Progressing up the stadium facade, the building gradually changes from steel and stone into walls of glass which reflect downtown skyscrapers such as PPG Place and Fifth Avenue Place, both of which are visible from inside the stadium.
- Fans entering Heinz Field through Gate B come into the “Great Hall,” which celebrates the rich football traditions of both the Steelers and the University of Pittsburgh. On display, fans can view the four Super Bowl trophies, large pictures of former Steeler greats and lockers of the Hall of Famers. Fans will also enjoy the interactive games and attractions as well as the usual selection of food and souvenirs.
- Heinz Field brings together three enduring Pittsburgh icons: Heinz was founded in 1869; the University of Pittsburgh’s first football game was in 1889 and the Steelers’ first game was played in 1933.
- The huge stadium scoreboard is flanked by two giant neon Heinz Ketchup bottles which virtually “pour” onto the screen whenever the home team drives into the “Heinz Red Zone” – the area between the 20-yard line and the goal line. If these bottles were filled with Heinz Ketchup, they would contain 1,664,000 fluid ounces each – enough to give fan at least one 14-ounce bottle of ketchup to take home.
Heinz Field By the Numbers
Heinz Field is more than just a premiere football stadium with a view to die for! It is also:
- 1.49 million sq. ft.
- 2 video walls
- 2 3-story, club lounges (one on each end of the east and west sidelines)
- 2 escalators
- 2 freight elevators
- 2.04 acres of natural grass playing surface (excluding warning track)
- 4 truck docks
- 4 pedestrian ramps
- 5 staircases
- 7 team stores
- 7 passenger elevators
- 10.5 miles of handrails
- 15 novelty stands
- 25 feet from end zone to first row spectator
- 30 miles of heating pipe keep the field at 62 degrees
- 32 concession stands
- 42 water fountains
- 48 irrigation heads keep the natural grass turf happy and green
- 48 ft x 27 ft scoreboard video display
- 50 restrooms (25 women, 25 men)
- 60 feet from sideline to first row spectator
- 127 luxury suites (accommodating approximately 1500 fans)
- 275 lockers (60 Steelers, 60 visiting NFL, 95 Panthers, 60 visiting college)
- 400+ television sets
- 1100 doors
- 1439 toilets/urinals
- 7500 club seats
- 13,500 tons of structural steel (delivered by 640 tractor trailer trucks)
- 30,000 gallons of PPG paint
- 48,000 cubic yards of cast in place concrete
- 50,000 square feet of glass
- 64,450 seats (19-21 inch wide, all with cup holders)
- 238,000 bolts
- 750,000 concrete blocks