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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in NYC

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Opting to watch Super Bowl LIV out at a bar or restaurant instead of hosting at home or heading to a house party? There’s a reliable slew of spots around the city showing the San Francisco 49ers play the Kansas City Chiefs — and, equally importantly, they’ll be serving up some solid dining choices to accompany the NFL’s most hotly anticipated day of the year. Even those tagging along for the game and halftime show — in the spirit of being good sports and such — can find something worthwhile to eat during TV’s biggest annual event, from a full-fledged pig roast to endless hot wings and guacamole.

Note: This list is an updated version of a map originally published in 2018.

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George Keeley

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When seeking a more expansive craft beer selection on the UWS this Sunday, George Keeley is the way to go. It’s got 25 beers on tap, eschewing sports bar standards in favor of unique IPAs, pale ales, and even some wines and ciders. The long food menu includes lots of dressed-up burgers, wings from classic hot to honey garlic, and several salads. 

Bar Felice

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For someone who’d prefer a slightly more elevated Super Bowl set-up, this Upper East Side wine bar will be showing the game, and offering sliders with a glass of Felice Rosso for $19 for the occasion. Bar Felice’s FiDi sibling, Felice 15 Gold, will also be offering the same deal, and both spots will have their a la carte menus of Tuscan fare available, too

Posted by Felice Wine Bar & Ristorante on Wednesday, August 1, 2012

The Bonnie

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This cozy yet spacious Astoria bar will broadcast the game on a projector screen. The regular menu full of already Super Bowl-friendly items like a burger topped with crispy fried onions, pork belly, American cheese and special sauce, as well as two types of wings — spicy General Tso‘s and classic buffalo with blue cheese — will be served along with special nachos. Beer pitchers will be also be an option, though the cocktail-inclined can opt for the Old Fashioned on draft.

Empellon Al Pastor @ Pod 39

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Alex Stupak’s newer and bigger Midtown outpost will be serving up a $50 per person game day package of achiote hot wings, ancho curly fries, guacamole, chips and salsa, plus a wine and beer open bar for 90 minutes. House margaritas will also be $9. The East Village St. Marks Place location will also show the game. The regular menu will be available, plus two new taco specials: pork tongue pibil tacos with pickled red onions and pumpkin seed flautas with grated jicama, a type of Mexican root.

Rosemary's

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The West Village Italian joint helmed by chef Wade Moises is hosting a pig roast along with a range of antipasti, pasta, fried wings and more, all served buffet style, for $48 per person beginning at 5 p.m. Also on tap: $25 pitchers of Forst Lager. While digging into the porcine feast, catch the game on two big-screen projectors that’ll be on hand for the occasion.

Pretty Ricky’s

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This new bar from the Mister Paradise creators will be screening the game on a big screen set up in their South Bar section. Comfortable seats are promised, as well as $5 beers from each of the teams’ home cities. Twists on classic bar bites ($7) include buttermilk chicken sliders, smoked wings, loaded fries, and nachos with chorizo and queso.

A dimly-lit bar with large lightbulbs above, a dark brown bar, and orange leather covered seats behind it. Pretty Ricky’s [Official Photo]

Terroir Tribeca

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For those who prefer wine over beer, Terroir is showing the game on Super Bowl Sunday as well. Chef Lesley Benard’s menu — which has options like parmesan popcorn and mushroom risotto — will be accented on Sunday with classic Super Bowl snacks, such as buffalo wings and potato skins. Besides a robust by-the-glass wine list, find local beers and cocktails.

Warren 77

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The sleek Tribeca sports bar from Matt Abramcyk is serving a special pop-up “from the smoker” menu of chopped brisket, pulled pork, smoked spicy chicken sliders, St. Louis-style cut spare ribs and the house chicken wings served traditional style or smoked and char grilled. Super Bowl viewers also can throw back a complimentary Dr. Pepper Shot: Captain Morgan, Amaretto, and a light beer. 

Warren 77 has big, green banquettes on the right side of the dining room, with a red chair in front of the wooden table. Warren 77/Paul Wagtouicz

Brooklyn Cider House

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This big Bushwick cider bar serves drinks from its orchard upstate and will project the game in its taproom. A $10 plate of wings will include 10 different options, including Korean-style wings, spicy wings, and naked wings. This can be accompanied by pitchers of cider and beer, in addition to the regular food menu. 

Brooklyn Cider House’s dining room has green bottles in the back and people sitting at tables in the front. Brooklyn Cider House [Official]

The Seneca

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The team behind Webster Hall opened this casual American bar and restaurant in Ridgewood last year. Super Bowl Sunday brings table side keg service, mystery beer buckets, a beer and a shot for $5, in addition to its menu of a burger, little gem salad, wings, and other classics. The game will be shown on a 15-foot projector screen, and for dull moments, there’s a pool table.

A wooden dining table with burgers, fries, wings, and beers on it. The Seneca [Official Photo]

Fulton Hall

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The beer hall portion of Gotham Market at the Ashland, Fulton Hall, is showing the game on tons of TV’s throughout the space. Wings cost $1, and select pitchers will be $15 all day and night.

Fulton Hall’s bar has a round mirror and is stocked with drinks. Fulton Hall [Official]

This Crown Heights spot with a revolving quartet of food options and full bar will be showing the game on its 20-foot screen. Mighty Quinn’s BBQ, Tripoli Pizza, and Jianbing will all offer food specials, and the bar will offer an all day happy hour in addition to team-themed boilermakers and big game buckets of beer.

George Keeley

When seeking a more expansive craft beer selection on the UWS this Sunday, George Keeley is the way to go. It’s got 25 beers on tap, eschewing sports bar standards in favor of unique IPAs, pale ales, and even some wines and ciders. The long food menu includes lots of dressed-up burgers, wings from classic hot to honey garlic, and several salads. 

Bar Felice

For someone who’d prefer a slightly more elevated Super Bowl set-up, this Upper East Side wine bar will be showing the game, and offering sliders with a glass of Felice Rosso for $19 for the occasion. Bar Felice’s FiDi sibling, Felice 15 Gold, will also be offering the same deal, and both spots will have their a la carte menus of Tuscan fare available, too

Posted by Felice Wine Bar & Ristorante on Wednesday, August 1, 2012

The Bonnie

This cozy yet spacious Astoria bar will broadcast the game on a projector screen. The regular menu full of already Super Bowl-friendly items like a burger topped with crispy fried onions, pork belly, American cheese and special sauce, as well as two types of wings — spicy General Tso‘s and classic buffalo with blue cheese — will be served along with special nachos. Beer pitchers will be also be an option, though the cocktail-inclined can opt for the Old Fashioned on draft.

Empellon Al Pastor @ Pod 39

Alex Stupak’s newer and bigger Midtown outpost will be serving up a $50 per person game day package of achiote hot wings, ancho curly fries, guacamole, chips and salsa, plus a wine and beer open bar for 90 minutes. House margaritas will also be $9. The East Village St. Marks Place location will also show the game. The regular menu will be available, plus two new taco specials: pork tongue pibil tacos with pickled red onions and pumpkin seed flautas with grated jicama, a type of Mexican root.

Rosemary's

The West Village Italian joint helmed by chef Wade Moises is hosting a pig roast along with a range of antipasti, pasta, fried wings and more, all served buffet style, for $48 per person beginning at 5 p.m. Also on tap: $25 pitchers of Forst Lager. While digging into the porcine feast, catch the game on two big-screen projectors that’ll be on hand for the occasion.

Pretty Ricky’s

A dimly-lit bar with large lightbulbs above, a dark brown bar, and orange leather covered seats behind it. Pretty Ricky’s [Official Photo]

This new bar from the Mister Paradise creators will be screening the game on a big screen set up in their South Bar section. Comfortable seats are promised, as well as $5 beers from each of the teams’ home cities. Twists on classic bar bites ($7) include buttermilk chicken sliders, smoked wings, loaded fries, and nachos with chorizo and queso.

A dimly-lit bar with large lightbulbs above, a dark brown bar, and orange leather covered seats behind it. Pretty Ricky’s [Official Photo]

Terroir Tribeca

For those who prefer wine over beer, Terroir is showing the game on Super Bowl Sunday as well. Chef Lesley Benard’s menu — which has options like parmesan popcorn and mushroom risotto — will be accented on Sunday with classic Super Bowl snacks, such as buffalo wings and potato skins. Besides a robust by-the-glass wine list, find local beers and cocktails.

Warren 77

Warren 77 has big, green banquettes on the right side of the dining room, with a red chair in front of the wooden table. Warren 77/Paul Wagtouicz

The sleek Tribeca sports bar from Matt Abramcyk is serving a special pop-up “from the smoker” menu of chopped brisket, pulled pork, smoked spicy chicken sliders, St. Louis-style cut spare ribs and the house chicken wings served traditional style or smoked and char grilled. Super Bowl viewers also can throw back a complimentary Dr. Pepper Shot: Captain Morgan, Amaretto, and a light beer. 

Warren 77 has big, green banquettes on the right side of the dining room, with a red chair in front of the wooden table. Warren 77/Paul Wagtouicz

Brooklyn Cider House

Brooklyn Cider House’s dining room has green bottles in the back and people sitting at tables in the front. Brooklyn Cider House [Official]

This big Bushwick cider bar serves drinks from its orchard upstate and will project the game in its taproom. A $10 plate of wings will include 10 different options, including Korean-style wings, spicy wings, and naked wings. This can be accompanied by pitchers of cider and beer, in addition to the regular food menu. 

Brooklyn Cider House’s dining room has green bottles in the back and people sitting at tables in the front. Brooklyn Cider House [Official]

The Seneca

A wooden dining table with burgers, fries, wings, and beers on it. The Seneca [Official Photo]

The team behind Webster Hall opened this casual American bar and restaurant in Ridgewood last year. Super Bowl Sunday brings table side keg service, mystery beer buckets, a beer and a shot for $5, in addition to its menu of a burger, little gem salad, wings, and other classics. The game will be shown on a 15-foot projector screen, and for dull moments, there’s a pool table.

A wooden dining table with burgers, fries, wings, and beers on it. The Seneca [Official Photo]

Fulton Hall

Fulton Hall’s bar has a round mirror and is stocked with drinks. Fulton Hall [Official]

The beer hall portion of Gotham Market at the Ashland, Fulton Hall, is showing the game on tons of TV’s throughout the space. Wings cost $1, and select pitchers will be $15 all day and night.

Fulton Hall’s bar has a round mirror and is stocked with drinks. Fulton Hall [Official]

Berg'n

This Crown Heights spot with a revolving quartet of food options and full bar will be showing the game on its 20-foot screen. Mighty Quinn’s BBQ, Tripoli Pizza, and Jianbing will all offer food specials, and the bar will offer an all day happy hour in addition to team-themed boilermakers and big game buckets of beer.

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