Super Bowl Sunday: Where To Eat, Drink & Play In NYC

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Super Bowl Sunday gives us all an excuse to wear our team hoodies, eat our weight in pizza and wings, and hanging out with die hard football friends and family. Count us in!

For our New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons fans, this year’s game will be on Sunday, February 5th at the NRG Stadium in Houston. If you want to get the full game day experience, you could throw an at-home super bowl party, or you could sit on the edge of your seat at a popular NYC bar! We’ve rounded up 5 spots in the city that offer open bar options for one set price, so you can send out an email invite to your football loving friends coordinating the Super Bowl party… no planning or clean up required!

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For Fun Activities During Commercial Breaks: Sweetwater Social

Sweetwater Social will be hosting their Super Bowl party for $125 a ticket. You’ll have the game streamed on four televisions and one projector, along with an open bar and an array of food, including a whole roasted pig, prime rib, and wings. The fun doesn’t stop there, though. You and your gang can enjoy shuffleboard, Foosball, and photo booths – giving you plenty to do to fill the commercial gaps.  

For Really Delicious Food: Rosemary’s

Nestled in the West Village, Rosemary’s will be showing the game on two projectors while providing slices of roast whole-hog, house potatoes and curds from the dedicated mozzarella bar, and unlimited pours of their traditional Forst Italian Lager, all for $60. While this ticket price doesn’t include as many alcohol options as the others, the restaurant has a following for a reason: the food is really, really good.

So if you’re okay with drinking the same beer all evening, this package is definitely one for high consideration! 

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For The Best Open Bar Deal: Empellón al Pastor

Located in the East Village, Empellon al Pastor is probably the best open bar deal in the city for Super Bowl Sunday.

The Mexican restaurant will screen the game on a 100 inch projector behind the bar, where you can get an unlimited beverage package. Choose from draft beers, house wines, and margaritas for an all-in price of $50. While food isn’t included in this deal, you can snag one of many tacos (we’re talking short rib, beer braised pork tongue, mushrooms, among many others) for an extra $5.

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For Large Parties: Treadwell Park

Treadwell Park beer hall on the Upper East Side will be getting into the Super Bowl spirit with a special open-bar package, including four hours of open bar, wings, sliders, and pigs in a blanket – all for $40 per person. The only catch here is the deal is for a table of 10 people, so start recruiting friends now! They’ll also feature dollar raffle tickets, for fun to-be-announced prizes. 

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For A Bougie Super Bowl Sunday: American Cut

If you want to elevate your Super Bowl Sunday to something special, consider making a reservation at American Cut, which is the Tribeca spin-off of Iron Chef Marc Forgione’s Atlantic City original. While you probably can’t get away with wearing your sweats to this classy establishment, you can be sure the food game will be on point!

Along with the game screened on two large projectors (of course with surround sound!), you can look forward to an open bar, pastrami subs, wings in chili-lobster sauce, and spinach with fontina cheese for the all inclusive price of $150. 

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