Don't miss the seventh season finale of "Game of Thrones" because you haven't paid your cable bill.
The highly anticipated latest season finally gave us a glimpse into Cersei's reign as queen. Now, the nearly 80-minute finale titled “The Dragon and the Wolf” will see the series’ opposing houses come together to tackle a potential White Walker invasion, the trailer teases.
If you don’t have access to HBO, or a place to watch the new episode, spend your Sunday night out and head to a bar that’s hosting a “GoT” watch party.
The finale airs Sunday at 9 p.m. on HBO.
Sipping on "GoT"-themed cocktails, like the King's Landing, a scotch, vermouth and lemon peel mix, at this Flatiron District Indian restaurant's screening is sure to get you in the Westeros spirit. Junoon NYC is hosting a finale dinner party that'll have you choosing sides. The House of Stark ticket ($55) includes two "GoT" drinks, dinner and seating in the back five rows. If you're more of a House of Lannister fan, a $70 ticket will nab you a seat in one of the first five rows, three cocktails and a buffet dinner. Set up in stations, meal options include the Lahsooni Gobi (crispy cauliflower with tomato-garlic chili chutney) and the Hara Paneer Kofta (mustard greens, paneer dumplings and lemon relish). 27 W. 24th St., party starts at 6:30 p.m., junoonnyc.com.
This East Village bar is handing out free Jell-O shots every time someone dies in an episode, and if last season is any indication, you can expect to down a few. The watch party promises $3 draft beers. Don't forget to wear a "GoT"-themed costume to score a drink on the house. 219 Second Ave., doors open at 7 p.m., free to watch, professorthoms.com.
Double Wide Bar & Southern Kitchen
Drink craft beer and eat braised pork shank like you're atop the Iron Throne at this Manhattan bar. 503-505 E. 12th St., screening at 9 p.m., doublewidebar.com.
White Gold Butchers
Stuff your face with a meaty, three-course meal at this Upper West Side eatery. No utensils will be necessary at this viewing party, so eat like you’re at Kings Landing and pig out, literally. 375 Amsterdam Ave., dinner starts at 7:15 p.m., $55 ticket includes dinner and gratuity for one, whitegoldbutchers.com.
Prove your “GoT” superfan status and take part in this Park Slope bar’s Westeros-themed trivia challenge. Trivia is held every Sunday at 8 p.m., right before the new episodes screen. The series will be shown on three TVs throughout the bar, so feel free to bring friends. 406 Third Ave., barhalyards.com.
This bar may not be "for the faint of heart,” as it bills itself, but it is for true “Game of Thrones” fans. Enjoy sweet chili chicken wings, half-off bottles of wine, and five-for-$20 beer buckets while you watch the show at the Durden. 213 Second Ave, doors open at 7 p.m., durdenbarnyc.com.