Where to Watch the Superbowl This Sunday

Both diehard Packers and Steelers fans in NYC will agree: NYC is the place to be to enjoy the game and chow down on a hearty meal on Superbowl Sunday. Here is a selection of NYC restaurant offering front-row TV-viewing seats to Superbowl XLV.

Upper West Side and Midtown

Fans whose traditional football menu revolves around chicken wings will feel right at home at Carmine’s with their acclaimed spicy scarpariello chicken wings.  Add to that the TVs in the bar area and the restaurant's enormous family-style portions of hearty Italian fare, and you have a recipe for football fun.  Or bring the party home with Carmine’s famous pasta and meatball trays, or a pile of Italian, chicken parmigiana and Philly cheesesteak subs, priced by the foot. www.carminesnyc.com 

Carmine's, NYC
2450 Broadway (UWS), 212-362-2200;  200 West 44th Street (Midtown), 212-221-3800

Times Square

Kosher foodies and wine drinkers will love the Theatre District’s Clubhouse Café for a fun sports bar atmosphere.  Classic fare ranges from burgers and foot-long hot dogs to fried chicken and mashed potatoes, along with a not-so-classic chocolate salami dessert (as well as other sweets for the less adventurous). www.clubhousecafe.net  

155 West 46th Street, 212-354-3838

Meatpacking District

Those hoping to mingle with sports and film celebrities should venture to the new SNAP (Sports Nightlife And Pastime) on 14thStreet. This always-packed spot has a vintage ambiance and a 30-foot hand-carved bar.  The state-of-the-art 20-foot long LED tri-color ticker provides constant game updates so fans won’t miss a thing while watching one of the 16 large, high-definition flat-screens. SNAP is offering drink specials as well for the big game, which will undoubtedly add a spark to the communal “Face-Off” table, where opposing teams’ fans sit on either side of the table and literally face as they party. www.snapsportsbar.com

248 W. 14th St., 646-350-0539

Union Square

Superbowl festivities kick off at 1pm at The Village Pourhouse and last until 1am. There’s much to party with here in the main bar or in four private party spaces, with a selection more than 100 beers from 20 different countries, including 24 on tap.  An on-site beer sommelier will help choose a new favorite. All meals come with a beer pairing, and there’s a Beer Passport Program so you can drink and earn stamps to earn an "I Drank around the World at The Village Pourhouse" souvenir T-shirt. 22 HDTV’s will broadcast the game. www.villagepourhouse.com   

Village Pourhouse, NYC
64 Third Ave., 212-979-2337

West Village

Packers fans will feel right at home at Kettle of Fish , arguably the best place to watch a Green Bay game after Lambeau Field.  Fans managing to beat the line into this bar on Superbowl Sunday will be treated to complimentary cheese, crackers and summer sausage; the bar’s extensive beer selection; and a great view of the game on one of the bar’s TVs. www.kettleoffishnyc.com

59 Christopher St., 212-414-2278

Financial District 

Southwest NY’s contemporary Southwestern cuisine and plasma screen TVs will make fans feel like they’re enjoying the Superbowl live in Texas. Chef Wade Burch’s eclectic cuisine, featuring real Texas chili and slow smoked brisket, pairs wonderfully with the bar’s selection of Corona, Lone Star Beer, and 50 margaritas. Southwest NY’s game day festivities include prizes and giveaways so you won’t go home empty-handed. www.southwestny.com

225 Liberty Street, 212-945-0528


The Brooklyn Brewery and the Brooklyn Winery team up for the first ever Brooklyn Bottle Bowl,taking place at the Brooklyn Winery beginning at 5pm. Fans 21 and over can watch the game on the winery’s two giant-screen TVs while tucking into a private buffet of subs, chips, dips and other munchies. Choose from reserved-seat packages including beer, wine and munchies; or take your chances for a spot at the cash bar. Other Superbowl fun: fans can document their festivities at the Bottle Bowl’s Magnolia Photo Booth, or join in a Super Bowl Point Pool, winning prizes at the end of each quarter.  www.bkwinery.com

Brooklyn Bottle Bowl, Brooklyn Winery, NYC
213 North 8th Street, Brooklyn, 347-763-1506


Notoriously at the forefront of Queens’ party scene, MexiQ Kitchen & Draught won’t disappoint this Superbowl Sunday with its $3 beer specials (and enormous beer selection) and BBQ with a Mexican twist.  Certain to be a crowd pleaser, the MexiQ Appetizer Tasting includes achiote BBQ wings, guacamole, truffled mac and cheese with an herbed panko crust, and a ceviche flight with octopus, shrimp and sea bass. Free game-day giveaways include growlers (beer thermos) and team-colored shots to celebrate each Superbowl touchdown. www.mexiqny.com/ 

37-11 30th Ave., Astoria, Queens; 718-626-0033

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