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Campeon

Bars, Sports Bars Union Square
3 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

Time Out says

Parked somewhere between feminism and Hooters, this Mexican-themed sports bar courts females with pink-tiled walls and fruity margaritas (mango, pineapple). Along with infused tequilas (strawberry-vanilla, lime-jalapeño) and local beers (Brooklyn Lager, Sixpoint), "shooters" like the Jets Nation (Bacardi, tequila and green-apple schnapps) are ready to throw back when (or, in the Jets' case, if) your team scores. Mexican pub grub includes flautas de la Merced (filled with chicken or beef), four types of guacamole (including smoky serrano and pineapple-mango) and a "super" torta stuffed with hot dogs, scrambled eggs and Oaxaca cheese.

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Details

Address: 9 E 16th St
New York
10003
Cross street: between Fifth Ave and Union Sq W
Transport: Subway: L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq
Price: Average entrée: $16. AmEx, MC, V
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Opening hours: Mon, Sun 11am–11pm; Tue–Sat 11am–midnight
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Users say (2)

3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

2.5 / 5

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tastemaker

I honestly don't really know the difference between Campeon and Rosa Mexicano - they're both like on the same street basically and Mexican restaurants but I think Campeon is a little cheaper and roudier. 

moderator

I want to like Campeon, I really do. They're among the few bars in the city where you can watch soccer games outside the World Cup once every 4 years. But during this past WC they tried to charge an exorbitant cover to watch day games and in general their menu can be annoyingly pricy for what you get. Wish they felt a bit more inclusive.

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