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Where to Eat on Super Bowl Sunday in New York City

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Whether you watch for the love of the game or for the commercials, Super Bowl Sunday is a time for loading up on nachos, wings, and all other manner of delicious food. Here's a guide to 15 great game day dining options in New York City, for every kind of football party. Some restaurants are showing the game on big screens, others are offering killer takeout packages, and all of them will leave you well-fed on Super Bowl Sunday.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Humboldt & Jackson

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434 Humboldt St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
For a $10 entry fee, Humboldt & Jackson is offering all-you-can eat wings during the game. The game will be shown with a 120" screen and there will be specials on beer pitchers, plus a wing-eating contest at half time for those who find themselves in the competitive spirit. Buy tickets online. [Krieger]

2. DBGB Kitchen and Bar

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299 Bowery
New York, NY 10003
(212) 933-5300
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Daniel Boulud's Bowery restaurant will be projecting the game on a 100" screen in the Bar Room. To eat there will be special sliders and oyster po'boys, or better yet, a $10 beer and hotdog combo, with any one of the restaurant's excellent house made hot dogs. Takeout packages are also available, ranging from a basic array of hot dogs to a whole hog feast, which costs $595 and must be ordered three days in advance. Place orders through Caviar starting January 29. [Facebook]

3. Birds & Bubbles

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100B Forsyth St
New York, NY 10002
(646) 368-9240
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Sarah Simmons' ode to Champagne and fried chicken is offering two different takeout packages for game day. The smaller, for six to eight people, includes queso with chips, deviled eggs, pimento cheese with crackers, chicken tenders, and cookies for $105, while the larger feeds eight to 12 people with two whole fried chickens, deviled eggs, pimento cheese, an array of sides, and banana pudding for $200. It's up to you to supply the Champagne. [Krieger]

4. Threes Brewing

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333 Douglass St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 522-2110
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Brooklyn hit Mile End Deli is popping up at the brand new brew pub, Threes Brewing, for the next couple of weeks, and it's planning a special menu for game day. Dishes include poutine potato skins, smoked meat nachos, fried curds, schmaltz wings, and heroes, and Threes Brewing will be showing the game in its event space. [

5. Pacifico's Fine Foods

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798A Franklin Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(917) 966-2670
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Chef Shanna Pacifico is offering a $200 takeout package from her Brazilian-American restaurant in Crown Heights. The menu includes seven layer dip, Buffalo-style chicken chicharrones, chili, and cornbread, and is enough to feed six to eight. Place orders by phone. [Facebook]

6. Chapter One

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33 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10014
(212) 842-9146
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This newish Greenwich Village tavern is showing the game, and offering a number of good deals to go with it. Among other things, there will be 25 cent bourbon-glazed duck wings, $1 sliders, $1 oysters, free pigs in blankets and brown butter popcorn, and $5 beer and cocktail specials. Be prepared to play drinking games during the commercial breaks. [Official Site]

7. Ribalta

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48 E 12th St.
New York, NY 10003
(212) 777-7781
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This popular East Village pizzeria will show the game on a 17-foot projection screen. Alongside its usual Neapolitan pies, it's offering a $50 all-you-can-drink beer and wine special during the game. [Photo courtesy Ribalta]

8. Uncle Boons

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7 Spring St
New York, NY 10012
(646) 370-6650
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To diverge from the standard nachos and burgers, go for the takeout package from Nolita's wildly popular Thai restaurant. It's $150 to feed six people (and $25 per person for additional people), and includes green mango salad, pork and water chestnut dumplings, two whole red curry and kaffir lime fried chickens, lemongrass rice, and tamarind margarita mix. Orders can be made by phone, and must be placed by Friday. [Krieger]

9. Rosemary’s Enoteca & Trattoria

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18 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10011
(212) 647-1818
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The game will be shown on screens throughout Carlos Suarez's West Village charmer. For $40 a person, get in on the pig roast, which comes with sides like pasta, rosemary potatoes, and kale caesar salad. If that's not your bag, there will also be a la carte specials like honey lemon bomba wings and smoked sausage meatball subs, and $25 pitchers of beer will be available to all. [Krieger]

10. Sweetwater Social

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643 Broadway
New York, NY 10012
(212) 253-0477
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This popular basement bar will be outfitted with four screens, a carving station, and a nacho bar on game day. $40 gets access to all the food, which includes a whole hog, prime rib, turkey, and baby back ribs, plus wings and sliders. Another $60 gets access to an open bar as well. Reservations are required, and can be made by phone. [Facebook]

11. River Styx

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21 Greenpoint Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222
(718) 383-8833
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Not content to just show the game on its two screens, River Styx will also break out the fog machine and laser light display for added effect. As far as food goes, expect a full lineup of all the ideal game day foods, from nachos and buffalo wings to bite-sized pizzas, brats, slider-sized versions of the restaurant's excellent burger, and even some regional specialties from the opposing teams. Cocktails will be served in trophies. [Krieger]

12. Empellón Taqueria

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230 W 4th St
New York, NY 10014
(212) 367-0999
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Alex Stupak is screening the game at his upscale taqueria, and accompanying it with a $55 prix fixe menu. That menu includes chips with salsa and guac, plus queso fundido for the table, and then a selection of tacos to choose from. Alongside old standards like skirt steak, pork shoulder pibil, and fish tacos, there will also be buffalo chicken wing tacos, complete with blue cheese crumbles and a little sprig of celery. Make reservations by emailing reservations@empellon.com. [Krieger]

13. Bar Primi

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325 Bowery
New York, NY 10003
(212) 220-9100
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Andrew Carmellini and crew are offering takeout packages from the pasta hot spot on the Bowery. The menu includes a few of the restaurant's heartier pastas, plus antipasti like chicken wings and fried rice balls, and a few three-foot heroes, including a version of the restaurant's wildly popular roast beef sandwich. Everything is sold individually by the half-tray, which holds enough food to feed 10 to 15 people. Place orders by emailing superbowl@barprimi.com. [Bess Adler]

14. Root & Bone

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200 E 3rd St
New York, NY 10009
(646) 682-7076
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The hottest fried chicken restaurant of 2014 is offering a huge number of takeout packages for game day. Get anything from a basic set of biscuits, fried chicken, and two sides for $19 a person (for eight people minimum, 12 max) to a full blow four sides, biscuits, fried chicken, and another entree for $41 per person. For smaller parties, you can also order chicken by the bucket, biscuits by the dozen, and sides by the container. Place orders in advance by phone. [Krieger]

15. Pies 'n' Thighs

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166 S 4th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(347) 529-6090
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Williamsburg's ever-popular fried chicken spot has a number of takeout options for game day. Platters of buffalo wings, jalapeño poppers, or mini chicken biscuits feed 10 to 15 and are $25 each, or get a 16 piece bucket of fried chicken for $35, or a quart of beef chili with cornbread for $16. Place orders by emailing catering@piesnthighs.com by January 28. Pick up at the Williamsburg location only. [Facebook]

1. Humboldt & Jackson

434 Humboldt St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
For a $10 entry fee, Humboldt & Jackson is offering all-you-can eat wings during the game. The game will be shown with a 120" screen and there will be specials on beer pitchers, plus a wing-eating contest at half time for those who find themselves in the competitive spirit. Buy tickets online. [Krieger]
434 Humboldt St
Brooklyn, NY 11211

2. DBGB Kitchen and Bar

299 Bowery, New York, NY 10003
Daniel Boulud's Bowery restaurant will be projecting the game on a 100" screen in the Bar Room. To eat there will be special sliders and oyster po'boys, or better yet, a $10 beer and hotdog combo, with any one of the restaurant's excellent house made hot dogs. Takeout packages are also available, ranging from a basic array of hot dogs to a whole hog feast, which costs $595 and must be ordered three days in advance. Place orders through Caviar starting January 29. [Facebook]
299 Bowery
New York, NY 10003

3. Birds & Bubbles

100B Forsyth St, New York, NY 10002
Sarah Simmons' ode to Champagne and fried chicken is offering two different takeout packages for game day. The smaller, for six to eight people, includes queso with chips, deviled eggs, pimento cheese with crackers, chicken tenders, and cookies for $105, while the larger feeds eight to 12 people with two whole fried chickens, deviled eggs, pimento cheese, an array of sides, and banana pudding for $200. It's up to you to supply the Champagne. [Krieger]
100B Forsyth St
New York, NY 10002

4. Threes Brewing

333 Douglass St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Brooklyn hit Mile End Deli is popping up at the brand new brew pub, Threes Brewing, for the next couple of weeks, and it's planning a special menu for game day. Dishes include poutine potato skins, smoked meat nachos, fried curds, schmaltz wings, and heroes, and Threes Brewing will be showing the game in its event space. [
333 Douglass St
Brooklyn, NY 11217

5. Pacifico's Fine Foods

798A Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Chef Shanna Pacifico is offering a $200 takeout package from her Brazilian-American restaurant in Crown Heights. The menu includes seven layer dip, Buffalo-style chicken chicharrones, chili, and cornbread, and is enough to feed six to eight. Place orders by phone. [Facebook]
798A Franklin Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238

6. Chapter One

33 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014
This newish Greenwich Village tavern is showing the game, and offering a number of good deals to go with it. Among other things, there will be 25 cent bourbon-glazed duck wings, $1 sliders, $1 oysters, free pigs in blankets and brown butter popcorn, and $5 beer and cocktail specials. Be prepared to play drinking games during the commercial breaks. [Official Site]
33 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10014

7. Ribalta

48 E 12th St., New York, NY 10003
This popular East Village pizzeria will show the game on a 17-foot projection screen. Alongside its usual Neapolitan pies, it's offering a $50 all-you-can-drink beer and wine special during the game. [Photo courtesy Ribalta]
48 E 12th St.
New York, NY 10003

8. Uncle Boons

7 Spring St, New York, NY 10012
Read Review |
To diverge from the standard nachos and burgers, go for the takeout package from Nolita's wildly popular Thai restaurant. It's $150 to feed six people (and $25 per person for additional people), and includes green mango salad, pork and water chestnut dumplings, two whole red curry and kaffir lime fried chickens, lemongrass rice, and tamarind margarita mix. Orders can be made by phone, and must be placed by Friday. [Krieger]
7 Spring St
New York, NY 10012

9. Rosemary’s Enoteca & Trattoria

18 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10011
The game will be shown on screens throughout Carlos Suarez's West Village charmer. For $40 a person, get in on the pig roast, which comes with sides like pasta, rosemary potatoes, and kale caesar salad. If that's not your bag, there will also be a la carte specials like honey lemon bomba wings and smoked sausage meatball subs, and $25 pitchers of beer will be available to all. [Krieger]
18 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10011

10. Sweetwater Social

643 Broadway, New York, NY 10012
This popular basement bar will be outfitted with four screens, a carving station, and a nacho bar on game day. $40 gets access to all the food, which includes a whole hog, prime rib, turkey, and baby back ribs, plus wings and sliders. Another $60 gets access to an open bar as well. Reservations are required, and can be made by phone. [Facebook]
643 Broadway
New York, NY 10012

11. River Styx

21 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Not content to just show the game on its two screens, River Styx will also break out the fog machine and laser light display for added effect. As far as food goes, expect a full lineup of all the ideal game day foods, from nachos and buffalo wings to bite-sized pizzas, brats, slider-sized versions of the restaurant's excellent burger, and even some regional specialties from the opposing teams. Cocktails will be served in trophies. [Krieger]
21 Greenpoint Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222

12. Empellón Taqueria

230 W 4th St, New York, NY 10014
Alex Stupak is screening the game at his upscale taqueria, and accompanying it with a $55 prix fixe menu. That menu includes chips with salsa and guac, plus queso fundido for the table, and then a selection of tacos to choose from. Alongside old standards like skirt steak, pork shoulder pibil, and fish tacos, there will also be buffalo chicken wing tacos, complete with blue cheese crumbles and a little sprig of celery. Make reservations by emailing reservations@empellon.com. [Krieger]
230 W 4th St
New York, NY 10014

13. Bar Primi

325 Bowery, New York, NY 10003
Read Review |
Andrew Carmellini and crew are offering takeout packages from the pasta hot spot on the Bowery. The menu includes a few of the restaurant's heartier pastas, plus antipasti like chicken wings and fried rice balls, and a few three-foot heroes, including a version of the restaurant's wildly popular roast beef sandwich. Everything is sold individually by the half-tray, which holds enough food to feed 10 to 15 people. Place orders by emailing superbowl@barprimi.com. [Bess Adler]
325 Bowery
New York, NY 10003

14. Root & Bone

200 E 3rd St, New York, NY 10009
Read Review |
The hottest fried chicken restaurant of 2014 is offering a huge number of takeout packages for game day. Get anything from a basic set of biscuits, fried chicken, and two sides for $19 a person (for eight people minimum, 12 max) to a full blow four sides, biscuits, fried chicken, and another entree for $41 per person. For smaller parties, you can also order chicken by the bucket, biscuits by the dozen, and sides by the container. Place orders in advance by phone. [Krieger]
200 E 3rd St
New York, NY 10009

15. Pies 'n' Thighs

166 S 4th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Williamsburg's ever-popular fried chicken spot has a number of takeout options for game day. Platters of buffalo wings, jalapeño poppers, or mini chicken biscuits feed 10 to 15 and are $25 each, or get a 16 piece bucket of fried chicken for $35, or a quart of beef chili with cornbread for $16. Place orders by emailing catering@piesnthighs.com by January 28. Pick up at the Williamsburg location only. [Facebook]
166 S 4th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211

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