Where to watch the Super Bowl in New York City

Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner and these restaurants and bars in NYC are more than ready

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Wherever the game is, whatever the teams, New York City is one of the best places to watch the Super Bowl. Football fans will be gathering for the big day on their home turf—their local sports bars and restaurants. If you’re looking to score on a great promotion or touch down on a new scene, this year’s roster has returning players and fresh picks to choose from. So check out these establishments with prime menus of the best wings and the best beer to solidly kick off your viewing.

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Where to watch the Super Bowl in New York City

1

Treadwell Park

On the Upper East Side, this craft beer hall will offer a special menu consisting of a $39 guacamole bowl (for four), two dozen hot dogs for $45 (including gourmet versions like a banh mi hot dog), sliders by the dozen, a bucket of 10 beers for $55, and, of course, its 22 screens.

Game changer: Team-color Jell-O shots (6 for $25)

Lenox Hill
2

Empellón al Pastor

Mexican food whiz Alex Stupak’s East Village outpost will be screening the game at the bar. This year there will be a new hour-and-a-half, $45-per-person special (plus tax and tip) of unlimited tacos, margaritas, and select beers. Reservations must be made in advance and all members of the party must start at the same time.

Game changer: DID WE STUTTER? UN.LIM.I.TED.

East Village
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3

Rosemary’s

Doors open at 5pm for this $45 buffet of roasted pig and antipasti. 

Game changer: $15 pitchers of beer 

West Village
4

Haven Rooftop

The $65 admission to this stunning rooftop includes an appetizer platter and a pitcher of beer. Doors open at 4pm.

Game changer: Guaranteed seating (per 2 guests)

Midtown West
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5

Slate

There's a lot going on here—billiards, food, big-screen TVs and incredibly loud deejayed music. The open space is beautifully designed for big parties, and VIP packages can accommodate groups of four to 10. Guests can enjoy over 40 flat screens and two 20-foot ultra HD "media walls."

Game changer: A vodka open bar from 5-6pm

Flatiron
6

Industry Kitchen

This South Street Seaport waterfront 6,000-square-foot restaurant boasts floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the East River and is complemented by a 1,500-square-foot patio lined with white-oak beer-hall tables and plush couches.

Game changer: Their Touchdown Pizza is two feet of drunk food bliss: a crust made of pigs in a blanket, with the core topped with buffalo fried chicken, guac and chips, all drizzled with Sriracha mayo

Financial District
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7

Tender

Inside midtown's Sancutary Hotel, this 175-seat eatery inlcudes multiple 55" HD TVs and two 82" projector screens. $65 per person gets you an appetizer platter, pitcher of beer, and guaranteed seating.

Game changer: There's also a 110" projector screen

Midtown West
8

Monarch Rooftop Lounge

This 5,000-square-foot penthouse lounge evokes a Scandinavian lodge, with wood-paneled walls, floral armchairs and black pendant lamps. On warm nights, slip through the sliding glass doors to an outdoor patio with a view of the Empire State Building.

Game changer: One-hour open bar of beer, wine and champagne for $25

Midtown West
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9

Professor Thom’s

This diehard New England Patriots bar in the East Village is giving out some nice rewards to attendees. Drink specials are all about the Northeast, as Harpoon Brewery, Downeast Cider House and Sam Adams will be offering beer specials and giveaways. As for the game, catch it on more than 40 screens with sound. Doors open at 10am, and you can call ahead for reservations.

Game changer: For $150, you can get unlimited booze and nachos from 4pm until the end of the game

East Village

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Comments

5 comments
Lawrence N

It’s the biggest game of the year so don’t take any chances...get yourself to one of these seven venues, kick back with a beer and start chanting. Here is the ultimate Super Bowl guide for the best bars in NYC: http://looopapp.com/blog/superbowl.html

Kristen B

While many of these restaurants look amazing I'm perplexed as to why they would be suggested as a place to go to watch the Super Bowl, imagine a rowdy group of 10 walking in with their jerseys on...I don't think they would fit in. Do any of these places have TV's???

Alan W

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Doug R

these have got to be some of the worst suggestions to watch a football game at,  the high ceilings take all the atmosphere out of the place even if everyone is cheering and having fun the place will feel lack luster

and the blatant lack of sports caring that these places have will make the atmosphere horrible your better off watching alone in a tiny apartment