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Where to watch the Super Bowl in New York City

Get the best food and drinks for Super Bowl Sunday at these NYC restaurants and bars

Edited by
Will Gleason
Written by
Melissa Kravitz Hoeffner
Bao Ong

All that Super Bowl LVI pre-gaming before the half-time commercials can take up your entire day. You’re going to need some food and drinks. Luckily, there are endless venues across New York City to hit up during one of the biggest sporting events of the year (some locations on this list only have a takeout option, FYI). From one of the best bars in the city to your local sports bar, you won’t go hungry or thirsty at these establishments. So dig into some of the best wings in town and wash them down with a drink as you watch the Cincinnati Bengals and LA Rams duke it out on Sunday, February 13.

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Where to watch the Super Bowl in New York City

  • Bars
  • Cocktail bars
  • Midtown West
  • price 2 of 4

This indoor lounge will host a viewing party on their five large-screen TV’s and five projectors. Beginning at 5:30pm, the enclosed rooftop will offer a one-hour open bar, followed by food and drink specials throughout the night. Furniture is spaced out to allow for social distancing. General admission tickets are $40.


The newly-opened 28,000-sq. ft. Queens location (35-37 36th St.) is decked out with over 50 QLED TVs, a massive 28-ft. stadium-sized jumbotron, and a state-of-the-art surround sound system. The indoor-outdoor venue has three premium bars and a backyard beer garden for the ultimate game day experience. On Super Bowl Sunday, Pig Beach BBQ will be offering three special game day meal packages, plus $5 game day beer specials. For those hosting at home, these Super Bowl packages can also be preordered and picked up at Pig Beach Queens or Brooklyn.

  • Restaurants
  • Seafood
  • Brooklyn Heights

Lounge near the fireplace and or extra large-screen TV for the big game. Super Bowl bar bites will include a special sample platter featuring Estuary Wings (coated in buffalo, barbecue or Calabrian chili sauce with ranch, celery and carrots), Estuary Nachos (house made chips with Monterey jack cheese, pico de gallo, guacamole, sour cream and pickled jalapeño with option to add chili, chicken or shrimp), sliders, Calabrian shrimp and loaded fries for $55 to serve up to four guests. Throughout the game, Estuary will honor happy hour pricing with $10 house cocktails, $5 beers and $20 pitchers. Estuary will also offer a Super Bowl Squares grid guests can purchase entry into before kickoff.

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  • Restaurants
  • Williamsburg

Head to Williamsburg for a fun Super Bowl evening with modern Italian American fare. Macchina will be showing every moment of the Super Bowl on a large projector. Between plays, munch on a Super Bowl-themed pizza, made with Jameson BBQ tenderloins, housemade feta ranch, carrot and celery ribbons, and housemade habanero for $21. 

Hill Country
  • Restaurants
  • Barbecue
  • Flatiron
  • price 2 of 4

This Texas-inspired BBQ joint is hosting a four-course touchdown experience that includes wings, nachos, Hill Country’s signature 'cue and much more. $60 per person gets you entry and food. Takeout packages are also available. 


A sober Super Bowl party will take place at this trendy Williamsburg spot. Snack on finger foods, including plant-based and vegan options, a la carte, as well as a signature non-alc cocktail for the Super Bowl, inspired by a classic Old Fashioned. 

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