Some people play softball to win.
Some people play softball for exercise.
Some people play for fun.
But after softball most people like to drink, party, and be merry.
Like R Kelly sang it's all about the After Party.
I put together the following Ghetto review of some of my more favorite spots for the softball After Party.
**** Excellent Holler!!!!!!!
*** Good - I'm feeling it
** Average - OK
- no stars is as low as you can go
Top Ten Places to go after Softball - Zagat's Rated
10. Bourbon Street Bar - 80th and Amsterdam - Rating * 1/2 - Dive Bar in rich white neighborhood - If your cheap and just out of college this is the place to go - cheap beer, dive place, pretty wack - this place sucks
9. Blonde's - 79th street - Rating *** - great, if not the best, wings, so so TVs, tough to get a seat
8. Brother Jimmy's - Rating **** - love this place - my favorite bar food
7. El Deportivo Restaurant - Hell's Kitchen - Rating *** 1/2 - authentic pureto rican food and low cost - on point
6. El Conde Steakhouse - Washington Heights - Rating ** 1/2 stars Churasco Steak (skirt steak) is huge, affordable prices - only downside is obnoxious loud merengue music than only Gubi could love
5. La Caridad - 77th and Broadway - Rating *** 1/2 stars Cuban/Chinese - rude service is worth the Delicious mix of cultural food - this is hot
4. Bounce - 2nd ave 73rd street - Rating ** - excellent TV's and friendly hoochie mama waitresses, food is mediocre - but it's like a club - fun place to watch a game
3. Mo's Caribbean - 75th and 2nd - Rating * - fucking horrible, AVOID AVOID AVOID !!cheesy, tacky - only time to go is Wednesday's - ladies night when poor drunk single upper east side white females go to pound down $1 margaritas - ghetto
2. CopperSmith's Hell's Kitchen Rating *** - love this place great place to hang after playing life threatening softball at 54th and 11th ave
and the #1 Place to go after Softball
1. MALECON - Rating **** - Excellent - Simply the best chicken and mofongo - love this place - 4 locations - even one located below the great white barrier on 95th and Amsterdam