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Manhattan will be abuzz this weekend with people rooting for either The New England Patriots or The Los Angeles Rams as the two teams will go head to head during Super Bowl 53 on Sunday, February 3. What NYC hotspots will be the best of the best when it comes to experiencing all you can during one of the biggest sports events of the year?

Take a look at these places that you should check out for all the Super Bowl action.

Moxy NYC Downtown

Recreation at Moxy NYC Downtown is offering a special Game Day Package for $95 a person. The package, which guests can purchase on Resy or the Moxy Downtown website, includes:

  • Access to the basketball court where the game will be projected onto the big screen
  • Unlimited beers and waters in the gym fridge and a complimentary signature cocktail
  • Unlimited passed bar bites
  • Access to all Recreation games and activities

Additionally guests who are looking to continue the celebration after the game can purchase a hotel room for $204.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

Showing the game will be Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, one of the city’s most popular steak restaurants.  All five New York City locations will have the Super Bowl on in the bar areas.

Sit at the bar, cheer for your team and critique the commercials all while enjoying Wolfgang’s signature PorterhouseSirloin and Rib Eye steaks and hearty classic steakhouse side dishes.  Complement your meaty choice with a bold red wine or a Scotch from an extensive list of both.  A variety of beer and cocktails are also available. More info here.

The Wilson

For the full Super Bowl experience, make your way down to the Ultimate Tailgate Party at The Wilson. There will be yard games, a spit roast, classic tailgate snacks and amazing prizes to be won! At the half time raffle, guests have the chance to win the Grand Prize of a roundtrip airfare, accommodation and VIP party access for two to Miami for next year’s Big Game! Other prizes include Jets tickets, official game ball from Wilson Sporting Goods, and much more! Tickets are $25 and include a plate of Swingbelly’s BBQ, one raffle ticket and two drinks. The All-Day menu will also be available to guests at The Wilson, as well as a special tailgate menu of tacos and wings. Reservations can be made by emailing reservations@ingoodcompany.com.

Boulton & Watt

For all the NFL action you’ll need, Boulton & Watt (5 Avenue A) are showing the game on seven TVs throughout the bar. In honor of the 53rd Super Bowl they are offering guests all they can drink beer or wine throughout the entire game for just $53! A selection of game day snack specials will also be available to order a la carte. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling (646) 490-6004.

Astoria’s DiWine Restaurant & Bar

Find a cozy, quiet escape from football mania at Astoria’s DiWine Restaurant & Wine Bar, who will not be showing the game.  Enjoy the bar’s Happy Hour from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. with select cocktails and wines by the glass for $8, beer for $5 and a variety of bar snacks such as Chicken Wings ($9), Spinach Artichoke Dip ($12), Steamed Mussels ($12) and assorted Empanadas ($9) . Regular dinner service is also available from 5 p.m. – 2 a.m. More info here.

Boqueria

On Super Bowl Sunday, Spanish tapas bar Boqueria is trading fútbol for football and offering an extensive Barcelona-inspired catering menu (linked here) with a variety of packages that range from platters of bite-sized snacks to main courses. Catering is available for pickup at all four of the Manhattan locations (West 40th St., SoHo, Flatiron, Upper East Side) between 11am – 6pm on Sunday, February 3rd and delivery is available as well. For guaranteed availability, football fans are encouraged to place orders by 4pm on Wednesday, January 30th. Please send all inquiries to catering@boquerianyc.com.

For those looking to dine out during the Super Bowl, Boqueria West 40th St. will be streaming the game and offering their classic menu of Spanish tapas, as well as their seasonal market menu.

Taqueria Diana

Cali-style Mexican restaurant Taqueria Diana is offering some of the best Super Bowl food at an unbeatable value. Taqueria Diana’s Williamsburg location will offer a dozen wings for $9 as well as 2 nacho trays, 24 wings and 10 tacos for $75, in-store or delivered. They will also be live streaming the game on their projector. For those in Manhattan, Taqueria Diana will offer delivery of their standard menu from their locations in the East Village, Lower East Side and Hell’s Kitchen. All of the food is made from scratch from the highest quality ingredients and mindfully priced.

Dekalb Market Hall

Kick your Super Bowl viewing party into high gear at Dekalb Market Hall in downtown Brooklyn, where new event space Dekalb Stage and chic speakeasy-style bar Understudy will be showing the game with upgraded versions of your favorite Super Bowl snacks. From 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM Dekalb Stage will host a ticketed event featuring an all-you-can-eat buffet (one drink included), packed with fan-favorite vendors spicy Likkle More Jerk Chicken, savory tailgating subs from Lioni Heroes, Cuzin’s Duzin, and more (Tickets $10/person GA + 1 drink ticket, $35/person + buffet via Eventbrite; $40/person + buffet at the door)! Leading up to kickoff, attendees will also enjoy live DJ entertainment.

If you prefer pairing your football with an ice-cold beer (or cocktail–we don’t judge!) Understudy is hosting a viewing party that will be open to the public at the bar. Drink highlights include the tropical Coconut Martini topped with chard coconut flakes and the Understudy Cranberry Mule, putting a spin on a cocktail classic.

Bell Book & Candle

Bell Book & Candle (141 W 10th St) will offer an exclusive Super Bowl Sunday menu while guests watch the game on two 75″ HD projectors complete with surround sound. Menu items include BB&C Smoked Whole Wings with Chipotle BBQ, blue cheese and hot sauce for $3 each, Drunken Bean Dip with goat cheese, tomato, and grilled flatbread for $10 and a BB&C Patty Melt Burger with grilled onions, vintage cheddar and rooftop pickles for $17 and $25 Buckets of Beer (Bud Light/Heineken/Tecate/Coors Banquet). More info here.

Clinton Hall

At each of Clinton Hall’s 5 locations across Manhattan, Brooklyn & the Bronx $30 buckets of beer will be served up as well as a big $25 bowl of wings.

Slate

Slate (54 W 21st St) will host a Super Bowl viewing party starting at 5pm with tickets starting at $5. The game will be showcased on their 20-foot HD screen as well as the 100 televisions lining the bars both upstairs and downstairs. There will also be several table package options to choose from along with $5 Bud Lights and $6 shot deal for all. Tickets can be purchased by visitinghttp://www.slate-ny.com/calendar.

Haven Rooftop atop The Sanctuary Hotel 

Haven Rooftop will have a $55 p/p Touch Down Package guaranteeing seats as well a pitcher of beer and an appetizer platter per 2 guests. The big game will be shown on 8 different 55″ televisions on the all-season, fully heated and enclosed rooftop. More information here.

Tender

Tender is offering a $50 per person Touch Down Package including a pitcher of beer, an appetizer platter and guaranteed seating per 2 guests. Doors open at 5pm showcasing their 110″ projector screen, two 82″ projector screens and nine 55″ HD TVs. More information can be found by visiting: http://tendernyc.com.

Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse

On February 3rd from 4pm – 10pm, Ben & Jack’s will be offering a special prix fixe dinner menu to accompany their live screening of Super Bowl LIII. The menu is priced at $90 with open bar add-ons available starting at $40. Executive Chef Admir Alibasic‘s game day menu highlights include:

  • Wagyu Beef Sliders, Bourbon Bacon Bites and Sweet Chili Chicken Wings served family style
  • USDA Prime New York Sirloin Steak, Grilled Norwegian Salmon, or Chicken Parmigiana
  • Chocolate Mousse, Key Lime Pie or Carrot Cake

Brother Jimmy’s

Both Brother Jimmy’s Manhattan locations, Murray Hill (181 Lexington Ave.) and 8th Ave./MSG (416 8th Ave.), have everything you could possibly need to end this football season with a bang. In addition to offering a BRAND-NEW menu, a variety of draft beers, and shareable cocktails, Brother Jimmy’s also has some Super Bowl special packages for you and your friends to enjoy:

  • Pro Bowl Package – $45/person

Includes unlimited Coors Light draft, hot wings, rib tips, hush puppies and fries

  • All Pro Package – $65/person ($80/person for premium upgrade)

Includes an open bar (call brand), hot wings, rib tips, hush puppies, fries, nachos, mini burgers and pulled pork sliders

Mr. Purple

Buckle down for the big game at Mr. Purple where guests will experience a special Super Bowl inspired menu featuring elevated gameday favorites such as Buffalo Chicken Biscuit Sliders and Roasted Shallot Caramelized Onion Dip and can’t miss drink specials.

Vandal

Join Vandal on February 3rd to watch the Big Game! They’re bringing in big screens (14 TVs in total), so you’ll always have the best view. Reservations kick off at 5:00 PM; both standing room tickets and bottle service tables available. With General Admission tickets guests get open bar beer and wine throughout the whole game, along with passed bites during the first half! Vandal is offering a special Big Game Food Menu in addition to the traditional a la carte menu. Live DJ and giveaways/raffles. Reservations are required – buy tickets HERE.

Auntie Anne’s (various locations).

Auntie Anne’s is making it easy for hosts and guests to be the MVP of their watch parties with the Game Day Pretzel Pack available January 28 through February 3: Two Pretzel Buckets (any variety) and 10 assorted dips starting at only $45!

Not only that – at select Auntie Anne’s locations nationwide, the brand will be offering a Free Snack Stadium holder with purchase of the Game Day Pretzel Pack. This snack stadium will allow guests to fill it up with Pretzel Nuggets and Mini Pretzel Dogs for a winning snack presentation at their watch parties. More info here.

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