Well, actually, the golfer and the musician have teamed up to open a bar: T-Squared Social (Tiger and Timberlake, obviously) debuted on Wednesday in Midtown Manhattan, the New York Post reported. The 22,000-square-foot space is a behemoth sports bar that features craft cocktails, upscale pub food, indoor sports, and more.
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The two celebs decided to collab on the venue, which is part of the Nexus collection of members-only clubs, during a round of golf at a private course in the Bahamas, according to the Post. While the bar is open to the public, members get a host of benefits for $250 a quarter, including access to reservations for activities and seats, waived fees for private events, and other exclusive perks.
In terms of amenities, T-Squared offers four golf simulators, four duckpin bowling lanes, and three dart bays. Meanwhile, if you’re someone who’d rather watch sports than play them, the bar has more than 30 TVs, including New York City’s only 200-inch television, according to the establishment. True fans can reserve one of 11 “box seats,” set behind a velvet rope, right in front of that massive screen.
As for the drinks, the options are plentiful. There are more than a dozen craft cocktails—including a Smoked Old Fashioned, the Grand Central Negroni, and a Back 9 Hot Toddy—and the beer list is too long to count. While few people are likely sipping wine or Champagne at a sports bar, you can opt for a $700 bottle of Dom Pérignon or a $450 bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon if you so please.
The food, meanwhile, is your more standard bar food, with some gourmet twists. Three types of pork belly (candied, braised, and hoisin-glazed) are served with popcorn, while a Montauk Board comes with a plethora of seafood (grilled half lobster, charred octopus, shrimp skewers, and grilled snow crab clusters). For the sports-bar purists, there are thankfully still wings, burgers, and fries—although you can get your potatoes sprinkled with truffle and Parmesan.
New York certainly isn’t lacking in these sorts of mega–sports bars, but perhaps Woods and Timberlake—thanks to their famous names—will be able to break through in the space.
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