3 Sheets Saloon to Replace Town Tavern

Posted on: July 7th, 2010 at 6:17 am by

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Last month, the Town Tavern at 134 West Third Street closed for renovations.  At the time, flyers in its windows indicated that the frat-hole would soon re-open under new management. But, more specifically, that the re-christened bar would become part of the NYC Best Bars empire (Down the Hatch, Off the Wagon, 13th Step).  Thanks to an email blast from the owners, we now have more information about the venture, including namesake.

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According to a Boogie reader, Town Tavern will become The 3 Sheets Saloon (as in “three sheets to the wind”) in early August, and will likely remain a Philidelphia Eagles bar on football Sundays.  Said email blast was sent to a number of patrons signed to their mailing list.

Dear Eagles and Fans,

My name is Danny, and I recently bought the Town tavern at 134 West 3rd street in Greenwich Village. We have been told that over the past several seasons, The Town tavern has hosted the Eagles fans of New York! As we have been given no contact information as far as a point person for you Eagles fans, I am reaching out to each of you personally via email. Currently I own and operate; seven of what we believe are New York’s best run sports bars. Down The Hatch, Off The Wagon, Jake’s Dilemma, The Gin Mill, The Stumble Inn, The 13th Step, and now The 3 Sheets Saloon (formerly the Town Tavern).

We have temporarily shut down to renovate and decorate the new bar, as well as to add a new and exciting kitchen, and 20 brand new 42-50 inch plasma HD televisions!(FYI-Town Tavern did not broadcast in HD). We will be reopened in early August and our special on Sunday’s will be half price beer of any kind, bottle, draft, & pitchers from 12pm till close, as well as Monday night football specials to include $2 pints, $3 shots, and half price domestic pitchers. We will also be offering a brand new menu.

We are also prepared to put the Eagles on at least 80%(leave a few available for fantasy football stats/scores) of all TV’s, and are eager to continue to be the Eagles Headquarters of NYC. We will do whatever it takes to continue to build our relationship with you. We do, however, need 75% of you to respond to this email so that we know that you will be coming, and so that we do not entertain any other teams. We are confident that you will have the best experience possible when it comes to watching football, as we have decades of experience doing this. We also own and operate one of New York’s busiest and best private party companies to meet any of your future party needs.

We are eager to hear from as many of you as possible. Please email us at 3sheetsnyc@gmail.com.

Thank you in advance. We look forward to hosting an amazing football season in one of New York’s newest venues!

Sincerely,
Danny

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