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Here are 10 places in NYC where you can watch the Big Game on Sunday

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On Feb. 2, the San Francisco 49ers will take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV.

Whether you’re interested in the game or just want to check out the commercials or the halftime show, you’re going to need a place to watch. If you’re looking for a place to watch the Super Bowl, there are plenty of places in the city you can check out. 

Monarch Rooftop & Indoor Lounge
71 West 35th Street, Manhattan
monarchrooftop.com

Starting at 5:30 p.m. Monarch will be hosting a viewing party with 5 large-screen TV’s and 5 projectors. They’ll be opening up their enclosed rooftop lounge and will offer a one-hour open bar for ticket holders, which will include beer, wine and champagne.  Cash bar and drink specials will be available. Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased at monarchrooftop.com. If you want a table, reservations can be made by calling (212) 630-9993.

 

Parklife
636 Degraw Street, Brooklyn
parklifebk.com

For game-day fun and delicious eats, Parklife is a great place to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday. The evening will kick off with trivia starting at 5:30 and with the big game screening on two screens with sound. Throughout the night, there will be drink specials from Cigar City Brewing, and tacos, queso, and themed desserts to munch on, plus outdoor cornhole and street curling games (weather permitting). Entrance is free, but you must RSVP at parklifebk.com.

 

Mustang Harry’s
352 7th Avenue, Midtown
mustangharrys.com

With 16 big screens and a state-of-the-art surround sound system, you won’t miss a minute of the action at Mustang Harry’s. This game day, they’re offering up $5 beer specials, menu specials with tailgating favorites such as The Feltman’s of Coney Island Top Dog & Underdog and Mustang’s famous Jumbo Beer Pretzel, not to mention a huge selection of beers, cocktails and fine spirits. Space fills up quickly, so reservations are strongly recommended — make your’s by calling 212-268-8930 or at www.mustangharrys.com.

 

Taproom No. 307
307 3rd Avenue, Gramercy
taproom307.com

Nine screens, over 100 beer selections on tap and drink specials all night — what more could you need? Taproom No. 307 is hosting a Super Bowl party like no other. For $65 a person, you get a three-hour open bar, which includes house beer, wine, well drinks and appetizers. Plus, all night they’ll have drink specials like Narragansett Beer Bucket for $40, 5 White Claws for $30, as well as beer and cocktail towers. Make your reservation by emailing party@taproom307.com.

 

Arlo SoHo
231 Hudson Street, SoHo
arlohotels.com

Looking for the classic tailgating experience without leaving the city? Arlo SoHo is hosting a tailgate in their outdoor courtyard. Starting at 4:30 p.m., there will be plenty of food, drinks, buckets of beer specials, games, and more, plus two cedar cabins to keep warm. The hotel will also have eight screens, including a projector, to watch the big game.

 

Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg
brooklynbowl.com/brooklyn

Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg is offering a night of fun and great entertainment this Sunday. The game will be screened on 14 hi-def screens with full concert sound. Plus, there will be $1 Buffalo Wings and $23 pitchers of beer all night long. Admission is free for all ages, and bowling lanes can be purchased in advance at ticketweb.com/event/super-bowl-liv-with-full-brooklyn-bowl-tickets/10316875?pl=bbowl.

 

Resorts World Casino New York City
Central Park Space, 110-00 Rockaway Blvd., Queens
rwnewyork.com

This Sunday, Resorts World Casino New York City is hosting a huge game day party in their newly renovated space. In addition to a selection of game day food and drinks, there will be live commentary provided by the hosts: former NFL punter Sean Landeta and SNY anchor Marc “Moose” Malusis. Festivities start at 6 p.m. Admission is free, but you must print out a ticket on rwnewyork.com.

 

Port Morris Distillery
780 East 133rd Street, Bronx
portmorrisdistillery.com

Port Morris Distillery is hosting their annual game day party. Guests can come enjoy the big game by watching in on a 200 inch projector and stadium seating. The event is potluck, so bring some food to share! Admission is free, but you can register in advance at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/annual-super-bowl-party-tickets-90831963849

 

Lot 15
45 West 35th Street, Herald Square
lot15.nyc

Lot 15 is hosting a Super Bowl party in partnership with cousin property Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer to bring Manhattanites some of their favorite menu bites to game day.They will be screening the game on two 55” TVs and four 65’ tvs and will be offering a special game day menu with selections such as chips and guac, Idaho fires, Korean BBQ wings and more. Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-big-game-watch-at-lot-15-sponsored-by-element-electronics-black-tap-tickets-89663412681. Be sure to show up early — seats and tables are not guaranteed. Doors open at 4 p.m.

 

Houston Hall
222 West Houston Street, West Village
houstonhallny.com

Starting at 6 p.m., Houston Hall is screening the big game on two 12 foot screens. A $10 cover charge gets you unlimited wings from 6 p.m. until the end of the game. The cover charge can be purchased ahead of time at houstonhallny.com. Going to your own bash? You can still swing by Houston Hall for pre-game or post-game drinks.

Emily Davenport