2017 Cleveland Browns schedule: watch every game in NYC with the Browns Backers

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Whether you call New York City home or you’re just visiting NYC, come join 200+ Cleveland Browns Backers every Sunday during the NFL season at our official viewing site and Cleveland bar:

Brother Jimmy’s BBQ, Union Square
116 E. 16th Street (between Park Ave & Irving Pl.)
New York, NY 10003
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We’ll be showing every regular season game in our large private room, with over 10 TVs (only playing the Browns), a full bar and a team of dedicated bartenders and waitresses.

Cleveland-only specials include:

  • Half price wings & rib-tips
  • Coors Light: $3 drafts, $12 pitchers
  • Blue Moon: $4 drafts, $16 pitches

Be sure to follow our Union Square Browns Backers Facebook page for weekly updates.

Full 2017 Cleveland Browns NFL Schedule below.

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Thank you for making us the best Cavs bar in NYC and the country

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The day after a loss is always difficult, but today is a little easier knowing the Cavs gave us a championship last year and for that we are eternally grateful.

Thank you to all the 500+ rabid fans who came to our NYC watch parties throughout the playoff run. You guys are awesome and the reason we have arguably the best atmosphere of any Cavs bar in the country.

Also, a HUGE thank you to all the staff at Brother Jimmy’s Union Square. You gave us a home away from Cleveland and made us feel welcomed.

Food was on point, as always. The playlists had everyone dancing and engaged even when the games weren’t going well (thank you Justin Bieber). Servers were top notch and always hustling. Bartenders kept us drunk and were always smiling even though they were crushed behind the bar. Bus boys busted their asses. Security managed the overflow (and kicked out the one jackass Golden State fan last night). And the Shot Penguin made sure no one went home without smelling like Jack Fire.

Now rest up and detox. You’ve got a few months before the Browns are back in September and hopefully Tribe playoff baseball in October.

CAVS fans: Watch the 2017 NBA Finals in NYC with your fellow Cleveland fans

NYC Cavs Bar, NBA Finals 2017
Cleveland Fans! The Union Square Browns Backers of NYC are hosting watch-parties for every Cavs vs Warriors 2017 NBA Finals game at our official NYC Cavs bar: Brother Jimmy’s Union Square.

Full schedule below.

Please CALL or EMAIL to make a table reservation. Otherwise it’s first come, first served, with lots of standing room by the bar both upstairs and downstairs & bar seats for those who arrive early.

All our normal Cleveland specials will be available during CAVS games: half price wings & rib-tips, $3 Coors Light drafts, $12 Coors Light pitchers, $4 Blue Moon drafts, $16 Blue Moon pitchers.

Plus halftime hi-jinks with our infamous Shot Penguin and a 50/50 raffle every game supporting Team Continuum, a pediatric cancer non-profit we proudly stand by.

Cleveland Browns Backers in NYC celebrate the Cavs NBA Finals championship at Brother Jimmy's Union Square

CAVS bar in NYC: Cleveland fans, watch the 2017 NBA Finals in New York City

Cleveland Browns Backers in NYC celebrate the Cavs NBA Finals championship at Brother Jimmy's Union Square
The Union Square Browns Backers of NYC will be hosting watch parties for Cleveland fans during the NBA Finals & playoffs at our Cavs bar & home-base of Brother’s Jimmy Union Square.

For all games, please be sure to make a reservation if you need a table. Otherwise there’s plenty of seating and standing room in the bar area. You can make a reservation by:

All our normal Cleveland specials will be available during CAVS games: half price wings & rib-tips, $3 Coors Light drafts, $12 Coors Light pitchers, $4 Blue Moon drafts, $16 Blue Moon pitchers.

Plus halftime hi-jinks with our infamous Shot Penguin and a 50/50 raffle every game supporting Team Continuum, a pediatric cancer non-profit we proudly stand by.

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Watch the 2017 NFL Draft, Cleveland Browns Backers Viewing Party in NYC

Browns Backers New York City Draft Party 2017

The Union Square Browns Backers of NYC will be hosting our 2017 NFL Draft watch party on Thursday, April 27th at 7:30pm at our official viewing location, Brother Jimmy’s Union Square.

Everyone knows the NFL Draft is essentially the playoffs for Cleveland Browns fans. It’s the one night where we can forget our terrible losing record the year before and have delusional visions of grandeur about how this draft class will finally be the one to lead us to greener pastures.

Come join us on this special night as we irrationally chant “SUPER BOWL! SUPER BOWL!” when we draft a punter with our #1 overall pick.

The Cleveland Browns have amassed a stockpile of 11  picks in the 2017 draft after various trades, compensatory picks and Money-Ball tactics by our elite nerd squad front office.

First round: (2) No. 1, No. 12 (via 2016 draft-day trade with Eagles).

Second round: (2) No. 33, No. 52 (via 2016 draft-day trade with Titans).

Third round: (1) No. 65

Fourth round: (1) No. 108.

Fifth round: (3) No. 145, No. 175 (via Barkevious Mingo trade with Patriots), No. 181 (compensatory pick).

Sixth round: (2) No. 185, No. 188 (via Brock Osweiler trade with Texans).

Seventh round: No picks.

CAVS vs Nets in Brooklyn, Discounted tickets for Union Square Browns Backers – Fri, Jan 6, 2017

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We worked with the Brooklyn Nets to set aside discounted tickets for the Cavs vs Nets game on Friday, January 6th, 2017. Inventory has been reserved in specific sections to make sure everyone sits together no matter the price point chosen.

Tickets are already discounted from face value and tremendously lower than prices on StubHub. Everyone in NYC will want to see Lebron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and your 2016 NBA Champions put on a spectacle at the Barclays Center. Don’t miss your chance to snag cheap tickets plus the opportunity to sit with all your fellow Union Square Browns Backers and other CLE fans.

Here’s the link to purchase discounted tickets:

Section 215, Rows 9-11
$77/seat  — face value: $110; currently going for $100 on StubHub

Section 212 + 213, Rows 1-2 (Cavs Side)
$105/seat  — face value: $150; currently going for $140 on StubHub

Section 9 + 10, Rows 17-20 (behind Cavs bench)
$250/seat — currently going for $450 on StubHub
All-Access (Free food/non-alcoholic drinks at all fixed concession stands)

We’ve highlighted the sections on the below seating chart.

Questions? Contact Mark Shlyankevich from the Nets and he’ll help you out:

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Union Square Browns Backers Viewing Location Closed The Remainder of the 2016 Season

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Over the past 15 years I’ve helped run some of the largest Browns Backers locations in the country: Washington DC, Los Angeles and now as the President of the Union Square Browns Backers of NYC. Over that time, the Cleveland Browns have gone 82-170 and made the playoffs once (a Wildcard loss to the Steelers in 2002).

During the 2016 Cavs championship run our Backers group hosted watch parties which regularly packed 650+ rabid Cleveland fans into our New York City viewing location. When the Tribe’s Postseason push brought us to Game 7 of the World Series we had the same diehard support, topping out at 600+ supporters. Our fans were so rowdy and so awesome that Budweiser caught wind of our exploits; they reached out and filmed a nationally televised commercial to capture our CLE fandom during Game 2 of the World Series. (Sadly, this never aired since the Cubs won…. #notmychampion).

Cleveland Browns Backers in NYC celebrate the Cavs NBA Finals championship at Brother Jimmy's Union Square

During Week 1 of this NFL season we had over 300 Backers show up to support the Browns, making us one of the top 3 largest Browns Backers locations worldwide. Can you guess how many fans were in attendance Week 12 of the Browns season, a game where our opponent punted 9 times in one game yet we still managed to lose by 14 points? Twelve people.

Why?

Because the winless Cleveland Browns are a gaggle of incompetent clowns. They are an embarrassment on almost every level and are no longer watchable. They have let down their city and we the fans are tired of it.

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Did you know tickets for remaining home games can be scooped up on StubHub for a paltry $2 a pop? For the price of a stadium beer, you can literally buy four tickets to watch these jokers run around like a middle school football team.

The Cleveland Browns have done nothing this season to earn our respect and certainly no longer deserve our support. Accordingly, we are officially closing our viewing site for the remainder of the season.

If you’re reading this, don’t think for a minute that your Browns fanship or your Browns Backers chapter is more diehard than our group simply because you’re going through the motions every Sunday for the next 3 weeks.

Let me be clear: this is not an act of indifference or defeatist behavior — this is an act of contempt and defiance towards the on and off-field product the Browns organization have put in front of us this season.


As always, special thanks to the wonderful staff of Brother Jimmy’s Union Square for all their hard work and support every game day. And don’t worry about the Shot Penguin —  she’s taken an early flight south for the winter.

We’ll see all you Cleveland faithful this coming April for the Cavs playoff run.

Noah,
Chapter President