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Guide to NYC Places to Go

5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in NYC

February 1, 2019

If your apartment isn’t home to a giant TV, or you’d rather cheer on your team surrounded by other New Yorkers, head to one of these watering holes serving up food and drink specials during the big game.

Warren 77

77 Warren Street
New York, NY 10007

Book a spot at this TriBeCa bar and restaurant that’s serving up shots on the house if your team scores a touchdown and you’re dressed in their colors. Play a round of bubble hockey while you watch the halftime show, and enjoy some delicious ribs from Warren 77’s sister restaurant, Holy Ground.

Slattery’s Midtown Pub

8 East 36th Street
New York, NY 10016

Make a reservation at this casual, East 30s spot, where $50 buys you premium open bar with a combo platter of mozzarella sticks, buffalo wings, potato skins, curly fries, and carrot and celery sticks.

Bierhaus NYC

712 3rd Avenue
New York, NY 10017

Relax in this Bavarian-style beer hall in Midtown, known for classic German food and beer served in a boot. While you watch the game on their large projector, you can get half off select appetizers, starting at kickoff.

Bleecker Street Bar

56-58 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012

For a casual, neighborhood bar experience, head to this NoHo classic where you’ll find $5 and $10 beer and shot specials, plus complimentary food, snacks (like party subs), and giveaways, while they last. Call or email to reserve a table.

Brooklyn Cider House

1100 Flushing Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237

Visit this Bushwick bar, brewery, and restaurant for their Super Bowl viewing party from 5-11PM. Game day food and drink specials include “The Starting Lineup,” six double-fried Korean chicken wings and a bottle of their house cider for $20, and $6 “Hail Mary” bloodies. In case you’re curious about the size of the projection screen, it’s around 150 inches.

If you end up staying in and are looking for something to do during commercial breaks (or before and after the halftime show) check out these suggestions for in-home entertainment during the chillier months.

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