Where to watch the Super Bowl in NYC

Posted On Fri, February 10, 2023 By

Posted On Fri, February 10, 2023 By In Events, Features, Restaurants

Photo of The Lodge at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park courtesy of Colin Miller

This Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs will go head-to-head with the Philadelphia Eagles during Super Bowl LVII. Luckily, New York City has a nearly endless selection of game-day watch party events and food specials to enjoy. Ahead, find some of the best spots across the five boroughs to watch the big game (or just the commercials), from kicking back with a cigar at the Upper East Side’s swanky Merchants Cigar Bar to playing ping pong at SPIN New York in the Flatiron District.

Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Bowl

Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg
This Super Bowl Sunday, Brooklyn Bowl will be showing the big game on its 14 high-definition screens with full concert sound. Guests can rent their own bowling lane, which includes food and beverage service, and can host up to eight guests. Drink specials include $6 pints of Corona, and $24 Corona pitchers. There is no cover fee, and bowling lanes cost $350. More information on the event can be found here.

Photo courtesy of Bubby’s

120 Hudson Street, Tribeca
Bubby’s is hosting its own Super Bowl watch party and offering a variety of game-day platters to enjoy while rooting for your team. Game-day packages can be enjoyed at Bubby’s or ordered for delivery, and include classic items like tater tots, chicken wings, jalapeno poppers, pigs in a blanket, and more.

Tickets cost $65 and can be purchased here. Admission includes one choice of appetizer, snacks, and bottomless beer and wine. The viewing party will run from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Photo courtesy of Merchants Cigar Bar

Merchants Cigar Bar
1125 1st Avenue, Upper East Side
The Upper East Side’s Merchants Cigar Bar is hosting a game-day experience to remember, with a premium open bar, curated food menu, and complimentary hand-picked cigars provided by Davidoff of Geneva. Game-day food options include dry-aged beef sliders, smoked crispy wings, wagyu pigs in a blanket, chips & guacamole, and parmesan-truffle fries. Reserved bar seating costs $110 per seat and reserved tables for groups of two to eight range from $138 to $1,305. Tickets can be purchased here. Come get your tickets fast, as the event is limited to only 50 guests.

SPIN New York
48 East 23rd Street, Flatiron
SPIN is offering guests the unique opportunity to watch the Super Bowl while playing ping pong. Admission includes access to an open bar from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., open play at any of SPIN’s communal ping pong tables, an open buffet from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., large format games like Connect 4 and Jenga, and group games and prizes. Tickets start at $79 and can be purchased here.

Photo courtesy of Colin Miller

Olly Olly Market
601 West 26th Street, Chelsea
Chelsea’s newly-opened Olly Olly Market is hosting its first-ever Super Bowl Sunday viewing party. Game-day food options include classic items like chicken wings, nachos, loaded potato skins, and more. You can preorder your game-day meal on the market’s website. Doors will open at 5 p.m. and the party will last until 11 p.m.

Bierhaus NYC
712 3rd Avenue, Midtown East
Bierhaus NYC is hosting its own Super Bowl watch party and great game-day deals. For $115, patrons have four hours of unlimited half-liter beer, wine, well drinks, and platters of pretzels, wings, wurst, and more. Food and drink specials will start at kickoff. You can RSVP for the event here.

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Pig Beach BBQ Queens
35-37 36th Street, Astoria
With over 50 televisions, a 28-foot stadium-sized jumbotron, a beer garden, and 28,000 square feet of space, Pig Beach’s Queens location is a great spot to come and watch the big game this Super Bowl Sunday. Pig Beach is offering two game-day food packages that can be enjoyed at the restaurant or taken home. Both packages include Pig Beach’s signature ribs, brisket, pork shoulder, and more. Other game-day specials include $5 beers all day and $1 wings.

Photo courtesy of TailGate Outdoor Sports Bar

TailGate Outdoor Sports Bar
86 North 11th Street, Williamsburg
TailGate, Williamsburg’s 24,000-square-foot outdoor sports bar, is hosting its own Super Bowl watch party. The event-filled day will include live music from DJ’s Morgan Page, DearlyBeloved, and AaronIsAGhost. The night will also include a puppy bowl, a pre-game party, sponsor events, and an after-party. TailGate’s outdoor space is equipped with more than 20 TVs, expansive seating areas, and private heated cabanas. Doors open at 12 p.m. and the watch party starts at 6:20 p.m.

Black Forest Brooklyn
733 Fulton Street, Fort Greene, and 181 Smith Street, Cobble Hill
Black Forest Brooklyn is hosting Super Bowl watch parties at both its Fort Greene and Cobble Hill locations. As part of its Fort Greene event, Black Forest is partnering with Feine Ukraine, a relief organization currently providing aid to Ukraine. You can receive $1 off pints of Hofbrau Original or Hofbrau Dunkel when you buy a “Raise a Pint to Ukraine” pint glass. General admission tickets to both events cost $10 each and come with a half-liter of Hofbrau Original, Hofbrau Dunkel, or a soda. Patrons will also be able to take advantage of a $1 whiskey shot special that can be added on to any liter of beer. You can purchase tickets for the Cobble Hill location here and for the Fort Greene location here.

Photo by Ryan Muir

The Lodge at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park
41st Street and 6th Avenue, Midtown
Come and enjoy the Super Bowl at the festive Bryant Park Winter Village’s rinkside Lodge. From 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., the open-air space is hosting a Super Bowl watch party, offering guests warm drinks, game-day bites, and a number of food and drink specials. Admission is free and no advanced registration is required.

230 Fifth Rooftop
230 Fifth Avenue, Nomad
230 Fifth is opening up its rooftop for a Super Bowl watch party. Guests can enjoy the big game while taking in breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and the Empire State Building. Each ticket includes two drinks and access to an unlimited buffet from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Food offerings include mozzarella sticks, wings, sliders, and other classic game-day bites. The event is free and open to the public with no advanced registration required.

Photo courtesy of Torch & Crown Brewery

Torch & Crown Brewery
12 Vandam Street, Soho
Soho’s Torch & Crown Brewery, Manhattan’s only production brewery, is welcoming New Yorkers to come and enjoy the big game with good drinks, tasty bites, and tons of screens to watch the action. Admission includes one beer, glass of wine, or non-alcoholic beverage when you arrive, table snacks, a reserved table, and a free Super Bowl square entry for the first 100 people who book a ticket. Tickets cost $20 per person and can be purchased here.

The Grand Delancey
89 Norfolk Street, Lower East Side
The Lower East Side’s Grand Delancey is broadcasting the big game on its giant projector with full sound and offering a special game-day food and drink package. The Grand Delancey’s Super Bowl package includes unlimited draft beer and pizza and wings provided by Slice Joint and Dan & Johns. Tickets cost $75 per person and can be purchased here.

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