It's an area sports bar staple and on Sunday, Bob Hyland's Sports Page in White Plains will be serving up its final round on a Super Bowl Sunday at its current location.
The 71-year-old Hyland told lohud.com that Super Bowl LI could be the bar's final one at its current location of 200 Hamilton Ave. in White Plains.
The decision coincides with the redevelopment of the White Plains Mall.
Hyland told lohud no specific date has been set to close the location, but that it would likely be sometime after the NCAA Tournament men's basketball ends in early April.
The bar, which has been operating 35 years, had been located on Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains before moving to the White Plains Mall, the first enclosed shopping center in White Plains. Past Daily Voice coverage of Bob Hyland's can be found by clicking here.
Tentative plans for replacing the mall include a high-rise apartment building, stores, a parking garage and a park.
A Friday post on the bar's Facebook page read, "Like Yogi (Berra) said, 'It ain't over till it's over.' We hope to see all our long time friends for Max McGee night on Saturday and for the Super Bowl on Sunday!"
The bar, which has 48 TV's, has "a pretty knowledgeable sports crowd,'' Hyland told Daily Voice.
A legend at Archbishop Stepinac in White Plains, where he graduated in 1963, Hyland, an offensive guard, played 11 seasons for four pro football teams, including the Giants, and concluding with the Patriots in 1977.
After starring at Boston College, he was a first-round pick and ninth overall selection in the 1967 NFL Draft, drafted by the Green Bay Packers.
He ran as the Republican candidate for mayor of White Plains in 2011, losing to Mayor Tom Roach.
As far as Sports Page goes, it's not closing time quite yet. The bar's final Super Bowl Sunday menu on Hamilton Avenue will feature dollar wings, six-inch halftime wedges and prizes and giveaways.
If you haven't been to Sports Page yet, Hyland recommends the pub's famous spicy peanut wings.
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