Eat, Commercials, Halftime Show and of course Football all come to mind when we are going into Super Bowl Sunday! Super Bowl LI will be taking place this coming Sunday, February 5th, where the Atlanta Falcons will take on the New England Patriots in a clash of the titans. Are you still figuring out where to eat, drink and more for the big day? Fear not, because we here at Manhattan Digest have found some super awesome places to either eat out or dine in at your choosing!
Check out some of the places we think you should stop by for some good eats and more.
There’s no better place to watch the biggest game of the year than Virgil’s Real Barbecue! Football lovers gather ’round and watch Super Bowl LI on the huge 10×10 projection screen with loads of beer and ‘cue to go around. Order the Virgil’s Famous “Pig Out” for two and get Memphis Style Pork Ribs, Sliced Texas Beef Brisket, Carolina Pulled Pork, Barbecued ¼ Chicken, Cornbread and two sides all for $32.95. Make sure you grab a pitcher of Budweiser or Bud Light for $12 to wash it down. Listen for your name as there will be raffles every 15 minutes handing out prizes like gift cards, t-shirts, cookbooks, footballs and more!
It’s a bacon fest! This East Village hot spot will be celebrating this year’s Super Bowl with an exclusivepregame bacon brunch. Chef Roxanne Spruance will be serving up fancy versions of bacon (every way possible) like Chicharron Nachos with White Cheddar, Bacon, Scallions, and Crème Fraiche; Maple Bacon Ancho Wings – Smoked Wings with a Maple/Bacon/Ancho Glaze; and Bacon Strips with Mayonnaise for an all-bacon-everything kind of day.
The coastal Mexican restaurant in the heart of Midtown East is getting in on the Super Bowl Sunday fun too. At their bar, they will be offering exquisite food and drink specials while you watch the game. Grab a Chilorio Adobo Pulled Pork Slider ($3), Shrimp Chicharron Tacos with a coconut-guajillo sauce ($5) or Guacamole for 2 ($12). Then wash it down with a House Margarita ($6), House Sangria ($6), Cerveza Victoria, Corona, Corona Light or Pacifico ($5). Cheers!
Your favorite Italian restaurant that serves up heaping portions of food for family-style meals is the perfect place to order from when all of your hungry friends rush to your house, ready to dig into wings and heroes for Super Bowl Sunday. Carmine’s hassuper-sized party heroes from 3 to 6 feet (you choose!) – Cold Italian Combination, Chicken Parmigiana and Philly Cheese Steak. Get party -size trays of Lasagna, Baked Ziti, Eggplant Parmigiana and more that serve 20-24 guests ($90-$120) or 10-12 guests ($50-65); or their Spicy Chicken Scarpariello Wings. Indulge in your perfect Italian meal and call 48 hours ahead to order pick-up or delivery!
5 Napkin Burger (5napkinburger.com)
5 Napkin Burger is a fixture of New York City’s burger scene, so if sliders are on the menu for your SuperBowl party, make sure you order them from 5 Napkin! Order 20 sliders and get your favorite selection of either 5N – all natural beef, imported gruyere, caramelized onions, and a rosemary-garlic aioli; Spicy Cheddar – all natural beef, cheddar, pepper relish with a spicy mayo sauce; and 5N Veggie – housemade veggie patty, 5N sauce, and bread and butter pickles. But wait, that’s not all! Korean BBQ Wings and Hell’s Kitchen Wings will be available along with Salad Bowls, Waffle Fries, Cheesecake and Carrot Cake! Call your local 5 Napkin Burger to order or check them out on Caviar, Uber Eats and Amazon PrimeNow.