It’s natural to watch big ticket televised sports events in a crowd. If Federer was playing Djokovich at the U.S. Open you wouldn’t be sitting in Arthur Ashe Stadium all by yourself.
New York hotel bars are great places to watch the Super Bowl, World Series and World Cup with a spirited crowd. But March Madness? You’d hardly know there’s a tournament going on at most hotels.
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