Boxers HK

 
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Upstairs, Downstairs, Boys Boys Boys.
The long-awaited Hells Kitchen sports bars has finally arrived. The HK space features a rooftop deck, pool tables, and a basement club.

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      sturdivant 2 months ago
      Loves it

      Good time
      I love it .

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      jimbo901 7 months ago
      Loves it

      Hi
      Very nice bar Im coming every Saturday night

    • Jocks, Bears, Muscle oh yes!
      I love going to Boxers HK. The rooftop alone is worth coming here. It is three floors. The basement has the bathrooms and video game area, the first floor is the main bar, and the rooftop is super cute with a smoking area. The bartenders are all ripped and wearing boxers. The food is also actually quite good. In the Summer time definitely check out Boxers HK and live yo life on the roof. Also if you are into sports get your booty here!

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      msparky69 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      nothing is a problem
      Thanks guys for going out of your way to allowed to watch Eurovision nothing was ever a Robles and we had great service and a happy smile each time Thanks again and I will most definitely tell others to visit when in New York

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      regis1980be Over a year ago

      Very nice place to be.

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      gwenluc Over a year ago
      Loves it

      terrace is everything
      I love the place mostly for the nice terrace in warm days, the great happy hour , fun music and the atmosphere during a game. Shame few of the staff have no customer service skills, and don't actually care about it.

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      grahambower Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great
      Great to be able to watch football in a gay bar. And the friendly, buff bar staff are a bonus. When will they open Boxers UK in London?

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      RHRosario3 Over a year ago

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      MSlant Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Dissappointed
      Previously, I've visited Boxers HK on a few occasions, and the experience was generally a positive one. The bar personnel were very friendly, and the ambiance was pleasant. However, my most recent visit, the first Saturday in May 2013 at about 11:45 pm, was a great disappointment. As opposed to my previous visits, the bar's lighting was reduced to almost nothing and the music was way too loud. Particularly in the lounge section near the entrance, there was the deafening sound of a drag queen shouting over "music" that sounded like shrill noise. My ears actually hurt. Not surprising to me, that area of the bar was completely vacant. Why did the bar make these changes? When people go out to social venues, they want to see others and be seen by others. While the lighting should not, of course, be unduly harsh or intense, it does require sufficient soft lighting. Also, soft lighting creates a warm ambiance. It creates mood. And, the music should not be painfully loud. The excessive darkness and deafening sound creates a sense of one's alienation from other patrons, since seeing others and engaging in conversation is compromised. These points are just common sense and, in the end, also make business sense. What was the bar's management thinking? So, my friend and I decided not to buy drinks, stayed only twenty minutes and then walked out. One point to note, however, is that I still found the staff to be quite friendly (as they are also at the downtown Boxers).