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Whether you’re watching Super Bowl LVI from one of the city’s best sports bars and restaurants or from the comfort of your couch, good game day grub is a must. Ahead, find local spots with the best Super Bowl spreads, from in-person viewing parties with drink specials to ready-to-eat platters for pick-up and delivery.
Pig Beach BBQ Queens
Pig Beach’s new location in Queens is a prime spot to watch this year’s Super Bowl. Their Queens location is 28,000 square feet with over 50 televisions, a beer garden, and a 28-foot stadium-sized jumbotron with a surround sound system. On game day, Pig Beach will be offering three different game day packages. Their BBQ XL, Dirty Hands, and Da Pit Crew packages all offer their signature items, including ribs, buffalo chicken wings, pulled pork sliders, and their famous smash burger. They will also be offering $5 game-day beer specials along with a wide selection of cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks. Doors open at 12:00 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.
For those who are hosting their own parties at home, Pig Beach offers their Super Bowl packages for pickup. They feed groups of 4-12 people and can be pre-ordered for pickup at Pig Beach in Queens or their Brooklyn location on their website.
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One of New York City’s most iconic delicatessens is offering a heaping Super Bowl sandwich kit. Carnegie Deli is offering its Best of Sliced Deli 6 Lbs Kit, which includes three pounds of their pastrami and three pounds of corned beef along with a bottle of their signature Dusseldorf Mustard. The sandwich packages are shipped free nationwide to your door.
Since opening in 2015, Beatnic has been committed to providing New Yorkers with delicious, 100 percent vegan cuisine. For the Super Bowl, Beatnic is offering a variety of tasty, plant-based items which can be ordered as part of game day bundles or individually. Their Big Game Bundle includes one order of buffalo cauliflower poppers, one order of loaded shroom nachos, and two chicky parm sandwiches. Other game day packages include a build your own nachos set, which can be pre-ordered by February 11 and ready for pickup or delivery on Super Bowl Sunday.
Returning for this year’s Super Bowl is CraftNYC’s game day box. For $155, you can get ingredients to make up to 20 tacos, including CraftNYC chef Tom Colicchio’s house braised brisket and mojo pork, as well as a variety of other high-quality accouterments. You can order a game day box from now until February 4 here.
Another Super Bowl meal package highlight from last year, Bubby’s is offering their game day platters. Bubby’s is offering two kinds of platters for game day, their appetizer platter and dinner platter. The appetizer platter is $75 and comes with tater tots with jalapeño cheese dip, house-smoked buffalo wings with blue cheese, jalapeño poppers with ranch, and pigs in a blanket with spicy honey mustard.
The dinner platter costs $95 and comes with all of the items included in the appetizer platter, as well as Bubby’s signature mini burgers and salted chocolate chip cookies. Interested customers can order the platters for pickup or delivery here.
Hill Country BBQ
For this year’s Super Bowl, Hill Country BBQ is offering both take-home meal packages and the option to celebrate with them in person. For $60, customers can enjoy four courses of delicious BBQ, snacks, and dessert on top of game day drinks. Guests will also be able to win prizes in games like flip cup, ring toss, and Super Bowl bingo! You can make a reservation here. For those who are hosting their own party or just want to enjoy some good BBQ food from home, Hill Country is offering three different big game meal packages depending on how many guests you need to serve. Their biggest meal box comes with 50 wings, 3 racks of baby back ribs, 10 jalapeño cheddar sausages, a half pan of pulled pork with slider buns, as well as their house-made tortilla chips, guacamole, salsa, and queso.
Iron Bar & Lounge
Iron Bar & Lounge, a gastro bar blocks away from Times Square, is hosting its own Super Bowl party this year. The event is sponsored by Pabst Blue Ribbon, which will be raffling off a variety of merchandise over the course of the night. You can watch the game on any of Iron Bar’s twenty television screens, as well as their 16-foot projector. They are also offering different game day packages for guests, with their $60 package including unlimited Pabst beer for the entire duration of the game and the choice of an appetizer. For $125, guests have access to the open bar, as well as choices for two appetizers and an entree. Tickets can be purchased here.
Virgil’s Real BBQ
This year, Virgil’s is offering a variety of BBQ packages for the Super Bowl. Their $165 big game package feeds eight to ten people and includes brisket and pulled pork sliders, BBQ chicken and boneless wings, trainwreck fries, and a half-tray of mac & cheese. They’re also offering two dine-in specials, with the $99 tailgate pigout offering customers a tasting of Virgil’s famous smoked meats, including their Memphis-style pork spare ribs, sliced texas beef brisket, Carolina pulled pork barbecued chicken, and a choice of four sides. Customers can try a variety of finger food in Virgil’s pigskin sampler, which includes BBQ chicken wings, trainwreck fries, crispy hush puppies, and catfish bites. Both dine-in specials feed about four people. Drink specials include pitchers of Virgil’s ale for $29 or a bucket of beer for $35.
Since its establishment over 30 years ago, Carmine’s has been offering New Yorkers authentic, family-style Italian food. For Super Bowl 2022, they’re offering a giant, $300 hero platter that feeds 15 people, including three humungous hero sandwiches that can be a cold or hot Italian combo, Italian steak with peppers & onions, or eggplant parmigiana. The package also includes a choice of salad. For $125, customers can get the focaccia sandwich platter, which offers small bites for up to 25 people. The package consists of fresh ingredients like pesto, tomato and mozzarella, prosciutto, roasted peppers, and aged provolone stacked between slices of fresh focaccia bread. They’re also offering a $145 to-go game package platter for pick-up or delivery that includes garlic bread, caesar salad, spicy scarpariello wings, penne vodka, and chicken parmigiana. It feeds between five and six people. All platters must be ordered by February 11 by phone.
New York City’s own Eli Zabar has put together a catering menu for this year’s Super Bowl. They have an extensive variety of platters that are available to order, including typical game day food like buffalo chickens wings and pigs in a blanket to sushi rolls. They’re also offering baskets of Super Bowl-themed cookies with team logos, as well as brownies, rugelach, and biscotti.
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The Greens on The Rooftop at Pier 17
The Greens on The Rooftop at Pier 17 is offering interested guests a pandemic-friendly alternative to celebrating the big game. The Rooftop is offering customers the opportunity to watch the game in custom-built private dining cabins, complete with banquette seating, electric heating, and a virtual fireplace. They will also be offering game-day specials, including food items like buffalo wings and loaded steak fries, as well as buckets of beer and pitchers of cocktails. The event runs from 5 p.m. through 11 p.m. Reservations can be made here.
On Super Bowl Sunday, guests can enjoy the game with full concert sound on 14 HD screens at Brooklyn Bowl. They will be offering special game-day deals, like $6 Corona pints and $24 pitchers of Corona for the whole night. Brooklyn Bowl is also offering parties of guests the ability to rent a bowling lane, which costs $350 and can hold up to eight people. Guests who rent a lane will have food and beverage service, with bowling shoe rentals included. All guests must bring proof of full vaccination along with photo identification. More information on the event can be found here.
Guests can enjoy the Super Bowl at New York City’s largest rooftop venue. From 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. guests can enjoy an unlimited buffet and an open beer and wine bar all while watching the game on the venue’s large, high-definition screens. 230 Fifth’s rooftop offers guests breathtaking views of the surrounding Manhattan skyline. The event starts at 5:30 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday. Customers have the option of purchasing an igloo ticket, which costs $75, and reserves a private igloo space for your party to enjoy the game in. General admission tickets are $45. Both tickets can be purchased here.
Monarch Rooftop is offering its space in the 18th-floor penthouse above West 35th Street as the number one destination for you and your friends to enjoy the Super Bowl. The game will be broadcasted on five big-screen TVs and five projectors. A one-hour open bar is included with the purchase of each ticket, offering guests beer, wine, and champagne from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the event runs until 11:30 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase here.
Slate, the 16,000 square-foot entertainment hotspot in Chelsea is hosting its own Super Bowl party. Guests can watch the game on Slate’s 25-foot jumbotron and any of their high-definition screens. Food platters will be available, as well as an extensive menu of beer and spirits. General admission tickets cost $10. The event runs from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Located in the heart of Broadway, Haswell Green’s is hosting its own extraordinary Super Bowl party. The bi-level venue has an extensive list of drinks, including signature cocktails and spirits. Guests will be able to order from an expansive menu of cuisine, including items like chicken wings, shrimp tacos, and buffalo cauliflower bites. They will also be offering a number of specials. Open bar packages start at $60 and can be purchased here.
SPIN New York 23
This year, SPIN New York 23 is offering guests the unique opportunity to play ping pong while watching the Super Bowl. Included with entry is an open bar lasting from 6 p.m. through 9 p.m., a Super Bowl buffet open from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m., and open play on the venue’s communal ping pong tables. Guests can also play large communal games like Connect 4, Jenga, and Cornhole. There will also be opportunities to win prizes in group games. Tickets can be purchased here.
Home Base Bistro
Located on 3rd Avenue between 29th and 30th, Home Base Bistro is hosting their own Super Bowl party which will be broadcasted on their 32 flat-screen TVs and large projector screen. There’s an optional $55 open bar that lasts from 6:00 p.m. til the end of the game. Ticket prices vary on the number of seats you reserve.
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Estuary at ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina
The Brooklyn Bridge Park waterfront establishment is hosting its own game day party this Super Bowl Sunday. Guests can watch the game on any of the restaurant’s big-screen TVs while enjoying a selection of bar bites curated by Estuary’s new executive chef, Dennis Hatzinger. Food options include Estuary’s wings and nachos, as well as sliders, shrimp, and loaded fries. Guests who are feeling lucky will also have the option to purchase entry to Estuary’s Super Bowl Squares grid. Estuary will be offering happy hour pricing for drinks, including $10 house cocktails, $5 beers, and $20 pitchers.
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Merchants Cigar Bar
Merchants Cigar Bar, a mid-century-styled cigar lounge on the Upper East Side, is hosting their own Super Bowl event. Guests will be able to watch the big game on any of their five flatscreen TVs and choose from an expansive menu of craft cocktails and high-end cigars. They will also be offering a variety of gameday bites, including smoked crispy wings and dry-aged beef sliders. Additionally, guests will receive a complimentary ticket for a halftime raffle upon entry. Tickets for the event begin at $100.
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Rosa Mexicano’s is offering football fans a variety of build-your-own food and drink kits to enjoy on Super Bowl Sunday. Their $60 taco kit includes guacamole, pico de gallo, and a variety of salsas in addition to two pounds of your choice of protein. Protein options include red chile chicken, carnitas, or brisket, which costs $10 extra. Customers also have the option to mix and match protein options. Another great game day option is Rosa’s signature nachos kit, which for $48 includes a wide variety of accouterments to craft the perfect platter of nachos. Each kit feeds four to six people and is available for take-out and delivery only on February 13.
Time Out Market New York
On Super Bowl Sunday from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Time Out Market New York in Dumbo, Brooklyn is hosting its own Super Bowl event. Super Bowl LVI will be broadcasted on a number of screens on the market’s first floor, and through a projector on the fifth floor. They will be offering game day drink specials, as well as game-day bites including items like hotdogs, mango habanero wings, and vegan nachos.
Located in the Meatpacking District, Gansevoort is offering its rooftop as a prime destination to enjoy this year’s Super Bowl. Guests will be able to watch the game on Gansevoort’s 150-inch screen complete with surround sound while enjoying scenic views of the Hudson River and city skyline. Gameday snacks include their award-winning wings, nachos, potato skins, and a variety of platter options. There is limited seating available, and a $150 minimum for guests. Reservations can be made by contacting [email protected].
NYC hospitality group The Garret Bars are hosting a Super Bowl watch party at their West Village watering hole, Bandits. Located at 44 Bedford Street, featured bites include Bandit’s Super Bowl Food Towers including game day classics like chicken wings, pigs in a blanket, and nachos. The event will last from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Table reservations are $35 per person and can be made here.
Malibu Farm is offering a build your own nachos platter to bring home for your own Super Bowl gathering, including ingredients like house-made queso, black beans, salsa, chili, sour cream, jalapenos, and your choice of protein. The platter costs $125 and serves four people. Also available for purchase is Malibu Farm’s taco touchdown, an $150 build your own taco package that includes enough ingredients to feed four people. The packages can be ordered here.
Citizens New York
One of New York City’s most renowned food halls is offering a variety of platter options for this year’s Super Bowl. Each food package takes a selection of menu items from the hall’s vendors, including Umami Burger, Sam’s Chicken, Cicci de Carne, and Cindy Lou’s Cookies.
Included in the $135.56 regular bundle are four Umami burgers, two Umami cheeseburgers, two Sam’s Chicken sandwiches, one Cicci charcuterie board, two tots and two fries, and six Cindy Lou cookies. Included in the $156.56 meatless bundle are four Umami impossible burgers, four orders of Sam’s veggie nuggets, two Cicci caprese sandwiches, two tots and two fries, and six Cindy Lou cookies.
Both bundles are available for pickup and delivery using C3’s GO by Citizens app, as well as other third-party delivery platforms.
Nearly Ninth is serving a special menu for Super Bowl Sunday including chicken BBQ pizza, honey buffalo chicken wings, short rib nachos, and beer bucket deals. The big game will be broadcasted on the restaurant’s high-definition televisions screens. Reservations can be made here.
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