Found September 20, 2012 on Subway Squawkers:
This is a guest column from Becky W. about places to go watch Yankees and Mets games in the NYC area.  The rivalrybetween the New York Yankees and the New York Mets has been one of the fiercest in baseball since interleague play began in 1997. Many people enjoy watching a game with fans of their team. Both teams have their own bars and restaurants that their fans can visit to be in the presence of other fans during the game. Here is a list of some of the more prominent hangouts for Yankees and Mets fans: METS The Pine Restaurant Located at 37-10 114th St. in Queens, it is attached to the Holiday Inn. Many of the Met players have been known to eat here before and after games. It specializes in Italian food that is served in large portions. Entrees are on the inexpensive side, priced at $10-$30. Beers are between $4.00-$5.50. Foley's Located at 18 W 33rd St in Midtown, this Irish bar has a museum quality baseball display, including 1,800 autographed balls and 300 bobbleheads...
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