Super Bowl Sunday is upon us! You’ve already placed your bets on the winning team via as many boxes you can get your hands on, and now all that’s left is to find a place to watch. We’ve scoured NYC to find the best spots to watch the game, and even found an option for the ladies.
GO Burger is using their burgers as a form of betting. They are customizing their burgers—one for the Giants, and one for the Patriots. Order your team’s burger during the first half and you will win a free beer or cocktail if your team is ahead at halftime. Order your team’s burger during the second half and you will win a free beer or cocktail if your team wins. Don’t like burgers? There are other options to eat, but not other chances to win. 1448 Second Avenue, New York, NY / 212-988-9882
Southern Hospitality is almost exclusively catering to Giants fans. Patriots fans are more than welcome, but they will not be able to enjoy the free Big Blue shots every time the Giants score. For $80 per person, you get a top shelf open bar, plus a family-style dinner and guaranteed seating for the game. 1460 Second Avenue, New York, NY / 212-249-1001
Neely’s Barbecue Parlor
Looking for a place to watch the game that has a classier spin on bar food? Hop over to Neely’s where they are offering a Super Bowl menu filled with delicious options, including Applewood Smoked Chicken Wings with chipotle barbecue sauce and Maytag blue cheese dip, Pulled Beer Can Chicken Sliders with white barbecue sauce, and “Pig Skins” potato skins filled with slow smoked pulled pork topped with smoked gouda. 1125 First Avenue, New York, NY / 212-832-1551
Go to the Clubhouse Cafe if you’re looking for kosher food options. Clubhouse has the Super Bowl fare down, and it’s all kosher. Come enjoy some rib-eye sliders, chicken wings, fried chicken, and more while watching the game on multiple large flat screens. No cover charge to enter. 155 W 46th St, New York, NY / 212-354-3838
Trying to class up your Super Bowl Sunday? Try the swanky Hudson Terrace. It’ll cost you $60 to enter, but you’ll have access to the appetizer buffet and a complimentary cocktail or beer. If you want to treat yourself, you can purchase VIP access for $120 and you’ll have access to the appetizer buffet and to an open bar from 6PM until your team wins—or loses. 621 West 46th Street, New York, NY / 212-315-9400
For $49, YOTEL is offering unlimited food and specialty drinks to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday. Enjoy unlimited access to crispy chicken wings, beef sliders, fries, grilled pork spare ribs and as many Manning Margaritas and Bloody Brady Sangrias (and draft beers) as you can stomach. 570 10th Avenue, New York, NY / 646-449-7700
The Tea Set Bistro
This one’s for the ladies—who hate Super Bowl Sunday. There’s no need to pretend to be interested in football when you can escape the bar scene and wander over to Tea Set Bistro to enjoy a champagne teatime for $40. What’s champagne tea time, you ask? It’s a cocktail made of luxury organic teas mixed with champagne, created by the owner of Tea Set Bistro himself, Jacques Doassans. 235 West 12th Street, New York, NY / 646-476-8731
Game on and eat (drink) up! Join us and special co-host former New York Giant Amani Toomer for the "1st Look Big Game" special this Saturday after "Saturday Night Live" on NBC!