For the football fanatic to those who are in it for the commercials, we have the spots you want to be the night of Feb. 1st.

For the sophisticated football fan: The Carnegie Club

If your tastes are upscale, watch the game
If your tastes are upscale, watch the game on one of three large-screen plasma TVs in this swanky setting while enjoying a cocktail, cigar and complimentary heroes and snacks. Reservations are recommended but not required. 156 W. 56th St., 212-957-9676 (Credit: Carnegie Club)

For the nightclub AND sports fan: Bounce Sporting Club

For a sports bar and nightlife atmosphere rolled
For a sports bar and nightlife atmosphere rolled into one, head to the club’s Sunday Funday party. Nom on Buffalo wings, truffle mushroom flatbreads and burgers, sip on specialty drinks, including New England Sours and Seattle Brew Crews, and stick around for the after-party, featuring a VIP DJ, go-go dancers and complimentary massages. Reservations highly recommended. Doors open at 2 p.m. 55 W. 21st St., 212-675-8007 (Credit: Bounce Sporting Club)

For the still-thinks-he's-in-a-frat bro: Professor Thom's

If watching the Super Bowl means shouting, banging
If watching the Super Bowl means shouting, banging on tables and chugging cheap cups of beer, Professor Thom's is the place to be. Notoriously crowded with the Murray Hill set on game nights, the Super Bowl is a huge event here. Arrive early to secure a spot and also get your tailgate started. With 22 screens at this bilevel bar, you're sure to catch every moment of the game. A Drink Special wheel will be spun whenever either team scores (field goal, safety, touchdown) and discount pitchers as well as jello shots will be offered throughout the night.

219 Second Ave., 212-260-9480, professorthoms.com

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For the fancy football fan: JIMMY at the James

Enjoy the game in style at the James
Enjoy the game in style at the James Hotel's rooftop lounge, JIMMY. Enjoy specialty cocktails by mixologist Johnny Swet including El Diablo made with Milagro Silver tequila, crème de Cassis, ginger beer, lime and a sprig of thyme as well as A Very Dirty Gibson made with Plymouth gin, dry vermouth, steak sauce, olive brine, bay leaf and a pearl onion skewer. While watching the game, snack on luxe fare from David Burke Kitchen including Kobe franks in a blanket with honey mustard, deviled duck eggs, cheeseburger sliders and more!

15 Thompson St., 212-201-9118, jimmysoho.com

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If football and cheap drinks hold equal importance: Boulton & Watt

Boulton & Watt will be showing the Super
Boulton & Watt will be showing the Super Bowl on 7 screens and offer $5 draft beers and picklebacks from kickoff through the end of the game. During the game you can also chow down on an extensive list of tasty bar snacks, including braised lamb cassoulet, warm kale and artichoke dip and brats in a blanket made with homemade sausage.

5 Ave. A, 646-490-6004, boultonandwattnyc.com

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For the beer hound: Paulaner

Get in on the competition at this Bavarian
Get in on the competition at this Bavarian restaurant, with beer pong and other games on tap from 4-6 p.m. (winner buys next round) before the game kicks off on the big screen. Specials including spicy chicken wings, burgers and fried meatballs. Entry is free to all. 265 Bowery, 212-780-0300 (Credit: Paulaner)

If you wish Brooklyn had its own football team: No. 7 North

Head to Greenpoint's sandwich shop turned bar that
Head to Greenpoint's sandwich shop turned bar that serves excellent sandwiches for their Super Bowl party co-hosted with Brooklyn Brewery. Pre-game begins at 5:30 p.m. with food specials including No. 7's famous General Tso’s chicken strips and $15 Brooklyn beer buckets. A pool table in back helps kill time during commercials (or the game, if you're that type of viewer).

931 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, 718-389-7775, no7north.com

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For the baller in us all: The Meatball Shop Chelsea

Football and meatball fans unite! During the first
Football and meatball fans unite! During the first quarter, mini Buffalo chicken balls will be served gratis. Throughout the night, $4 PBRs will be offered alongside the regular menu, as the game plays on the big screen in the casual atmosphere. 200 Ninth Ave., 212-257-4363 (Credit: The Meatball Shop)

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For the scenester: The Standard Biergarten

Even if your team is losing, there’s a
Even if your team is losing, there’s a chance to win prizes every quarter a this High Line bar. Food and beverage table packages are available for up to eight people (starting at $900), with beer and tailgate favorites such as nachos, wings and hot dogs included. Watching the game on the jumbo screen is free to all. The festivities kick off at 5 p.m. 848 Washington St., 212-645-4100 (Credit: The Standard Biergarten)

For the alternative football fan: The Bonnie

Liking the NFL may not always be popular
Liking the NFL may not always be popular in your circle of friends, but you can probably get your cool outer borough pals to watch the biggest game of the year at this brand new Astoria venue. Two big screens will show the game in this cozy wooden interiored bar. Food specials will also be available along with a pretty superb beer and cocktail menu, so those excited by touchdowns and those who are really in it for the chicken wings and gourmet pickled eggs can enjoy the evening.

29-12 23rd Ave., Astoria, thebonnie.com

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For the lover of symmetry: Louro

Pick your plate while cheering on the players
Pick your plate while cheering on the players at the restaurant’s Super Bowl party. Dishes including Brady’s Sausage Rolls with clam chowder (featuring Italian sausage topped with an intense clam sauce) and Wilson’s Signature Seattle Morning Start (coffee-cured, thin-sliced salmon with cream cheese and bagel crisps) will be served on game day, alongside unlimited tailgate treats such as hot wings, nachos and pork belly sliders. $75/person; 142 W. 10th St., 212-206-0606 (Credit: Michael Tulipan)

For the sauerkraut and schnitzel lover: Edi & the Wolf

Michelin-starred chefs Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban offer
Michelin-starred chefs Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban offer a special menu of Austrian-inspired game-day eats, including the schnitzel burger with avocado and roasted tomato, Austrian-style chicken wings and pork belly sliders with sauerkraut relish and bacon aioli, while projecting the game on a 110-inch screen. 102 Avenue C, 212-598-1040 (Credit: Daniel Krieger)

If you're in it for the wings, mon: Miss Lily's 7A

Jamaican restaurant Miss Lily's will be hosting Super
Jamaican restaurant Miss Lily's will be hosting Super Bowl festivities at their East Village location. Specials during the game will include football staples like jerk chicken wings, buckets of beer and pitchers of Miss Lily's signature punch, along with the regular a la carte menu.

109 Ave. A, 212-812-1482

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If 'pigskin' makes you reach for the BBQ sauce: Blue Smoke

Both locations of Danny Meyer's Blue Smoke will
Both locations of Danny Meyer's Blue Smoke will be showing the game with its classic Southern hospitality. Chow down on Super Bowl staples including baby back ribs, spare ribs, macaroni and cheese, spicy grilled broccoli, steak fries, and Chipotle chicken wings. Plenty of beer is available on tap and by the bottle as well as an extensive cocktail and whiskey list.

116 E. 27th St. and 225 Vesey St., bluesmoke.com

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For the anti- Super Bowl ethnic food lover: Jimmy's No. 43

Head to Jimmy's No. 43 in the East
Head to Jimmy's No. 43 in the East Village for a pop-up with Chef Randy Rodriguez of Cabalito’s Pupusas. Enjoy El Salvadorean cuisine with a full bar men without any of that football business. "We promise to have more fun than you’d otherwise have watching a lame half-time routine!" Jimmy's says.

43 E. 7th St., 212-9820-3006, jimmysno43.com

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