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The Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in NYC

The NFL playoffs are in full gear and that means the Super Bowl isn’t far behind. With the big game around the corner (scheduled for February 2nd), it’s safe to assume everyone is looking for a place to enjoy it, possibly with a beer or two! Here are some great options around the city.  


Head to the heart of Chelsea to watch the big game showcased on Slate’s (54 W 21st St.) big HD screen as well as the televisions upstairs and downstairs. Enjoy several table package options to choose from, including $5 Bud Lights and $6 Jack Daniels & Fireball shot deals, food platters and more. Munch on Chicago Deep Dish Pizza bites for $12, Warm New England Lobster BLT Rolls for $18 and NY Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket for $11. Tickets begin at $5 and can be purchased by visiting both Nightpro and Eventbrite.

Clinton Hall 

For those looking for a more casual setting, Clinton Hall is hosting a non-ticketed event to watch the Super Bowl. Join in on the fun with life size bar games including ping pong, Jenga and Connect 4. To guarantee seating, pre-order a huge shareable party platter complete with wings, nachos, pigs in a blanket, waffle fries, onion rings, sliders and more for $80 at their FiDi, 51st St., 36th St., and Williamsburg locations. For more information, visit


Tender (130 W. 47th St.) at The Sanctuary Hotel is offering a $50 per person Touchdown Package that includes a pitcher of beer, an appetizer platter and guaranteed seating for two guests. Doors open at 5pm and the game will be showcased on their projector, in addition to HD TVs. Make your reservation by visiting

Haven Rooftop

Haven Rooftop atop The Sanctuary Hotel (132 W. 47th St.) is offering a $55 per person Touchdown Package that will guarantee seats as well a pitcher of beer and an appetizer platter per two guests. The big game will be shown on multiple televisions on the all-season, fully heated and enclosed rooftop. Make your reservation by visiting

Bell Book & Candle 

Head to the West Village to Bell Book & Candle (141 W. 10th St.) and watch the game on two HD projector screens complemented by surround sound. $25 buckets of Bud Light, Heineken or Tecate will be available in addition to a Super Bowl menu including Drunken Bean Dip with goat cheese, tomato and grilled flatbread for $10, Lobster Taco for $11 and the BBC “Patty Melt” Burger with grilled onions, vintage cheddar and a rooftop pickle for $17. For more information or reservations, visit

Sir Henri Penthouse Rooftop

For an intimate viewing, Sir Henri Penthouse Rooftop at Hotel Henri (37 W. 24th St.) will open up at 4pm and feature the Super Bowl on three separate flat screens. Cheer on your team while enjoying 4 sliders for $8, 8 Buffalo, Honey Sriracha or Barbecue wings for $10, and a $30 bucket of 5 beers of your choosing. Reserve your spot by visiting



Ten Hope
Ten Hope (10 Hope Street in Williamsburg) will show the big game with sound on, while offering an unbeatable $30 Beer, Wine, and Well Drink special for the entire game starting an hour before kick off.  Food specials include Classic Chicken Wings and Potato Skins, in addition to the regular menu.  Ten Hope will also pay homage to the teams in the game by showcasing specials from the regions that both teams call home.  Reserve your spot by visiting

Hole in the Wall

Hole in the Wall is celebrating the Super Bowl at their Murray Hill location (626 1st Ave.) beginning at 3pm. For $80 enjoy all you can drink beer, wine and liquor in addition to all you can eat wings with the big game playing on a projector. To purchase your ticket, visit:


You can’t beat the classics – Fornino (849 Manhattan Ave) is making deliveries for parties of 10 for $300. Enjoy 8 Neapolitan size pizzas, a platter of imported Italian meats and cheeses, Anna Rose’s Meatballs, a choice of any two salads on the menu and tiramisu. To place an order, visit

Zeppelin Hall 

Zeppelin Hall (88 Liberty View Drive) is the best place in Jersey City to watch the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs compete in the Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, February 2nd. The massive biergarten boasts big Hi-Def projection screens you’ll only find in the Jersey City and Hoboken area and their Super Bowl Specials include $5 orders of Buffalo wings, $4 Coors Lights and big nachos from open to close. There’s also ample free parking and easy accessibility from the LIGHT rail and PATH station. More information can be found by visiting