Things to Do Super Bowl LIII parties in NYC: Head to these bars for food & drink specials By Shaye Weaver firstname.lastname@example.org Updated January 29, 2019 12:07 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Super Bowl Sunday is all about cheering on your team with your friends, checking out the star-studded halftime show and having a reason to celebrate in the middle of winter. But if hosting a party seems a daunting task this year, don't fear: bars are filled to the brim with food and drink specials. Win or lose, you can still have fun and let someone else worry about filling your friends' glasses. So, while the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams prepare to bring it in Atlanta on Feb. 3, it's the perfect time to lock down your plans. Check out these spots for the city's coolest viewing parties. Dekalb Market Hall Photo Credit: Noah Fecks Downtown Brooklyn's Dekalb Market Hall is hosting an all-you-can-eat buffet and game screening at Dekalb Stage with vendors including Andrew's Classic Hamburgers, Cuzin's Duzin, Dekalb Taco, Likkle More Jerk, Lioni's Hero Shop, #DMHEats and Pierogi Boys. Tickets include a drink ticket as well. The venue has a 180-inch projector screen and 75-inch TVs throughout. When you're not eating or watching the game, there will be life-sized Jenga, Connect Four, Flip Cups, a photo booth, give-aways and more. ($10-$40, 5 to 10 p.m., 445 Albee Square West, eventbrite.com) Schimanski Photo Credit: Big Mozz Williamsburg nightclub Schimanski is screening the game starting at 4 p.m. on its 60-foot projection wall and serving up finger foods like Federoff's roasted pork, small bites from Big Mozz and more. A DJ will spin tunes pre- and post-game. Entry before 5 p.m. is free, but other tickets include a buffet for $30 and another is a drink ticket for $10. (54 N. 11th St., eventbrite.com) Fulton Hall Photo Credit: Fulton Hall Downtown Brooklyn's beer hall is celebrating the game with $1 wings and $15 pitchers of select draft beers all night for those who want to watch on its many TVs. (250 Ashland Pl., 718-301-8480, gothammarketashland.com) Due West Photo Credit: Roberet Barcelo III Football fans can grab a $13 Super Bowl combo (chicken bites served Buffalo style with bleu cheese and celery plus your choice of one signature shot) at this West Village spot with multiple big screen TVs. (189 W. 10th St., 646-687-4609, duewestnyc.com) Brooklyn Cider House Photo Credit: Young Kim After 5 p.m., seating will be first-come, first served at the Brooklyn Cider House, where there is no cover charge to watch the game. It'll be offering "The Starting Lineup," a special that includes 6 wings and a bottle of its signature cider for $20; "The Second String," a classic burger and a glass of draft beer or cider for $18; "The Fourth Quarter," which is six cider donuts for $8; and the "Hail Mary," all-day Bloody Marys for $6 each. (1100 Flushing Ave., brooklynciderhouse.com) The Seneca Photo Credit: The Seneca A new Queens restaurant from the team behind Webster Hall is hosting a Super Bowl party that offers tableside keg service, mystery beer buckets, a beer and a shot for $5 special, wings with house-made hot sauce and a 15-inch projector screen for those who don't want to miss a play. (582 Seneca Ave., Ridgewood, thesenecanyc.com) Vandal Photo Credit: Vandal Vandal has 14 TVs to ensure you have the best view during its viewing party. Reservations kick off at 5 p.m. with both standing room tickets and bottle service tables available. General Admission tickets include a beer and wine open bar throughout the game and passed bites during the first half. Vandal is also offering a special Big Game Food Menu in addition to the traditional a la carte menu. There will also be a live DJ and giveaways/raffles. Reservations are required. (199 Bowery, vandal.electrostub.com) The Meatball Shop Photo Credit: The Meatball Shop The Meatball Shop is rolling out specials including 24 mini BBQ or buffalo chicken balls for $20 or $50 for a bucket of balls with 25 meatballs per bucket. The special meatball that day is pizza balls that are full of mozzarella. (multiple locations, themeatballshop.com Bierstrasse Harlem Beer Garden Photo Credit: Bierstrasse Harlem From 6 to 11 p.m., Harlem's beer garden is offering drink and wing specials and from $30 to $40, you can reserve open bar packages. The game will be screened on four large projectors and four TVs. (2346 12th Ave., eventbrite.com) Ben & Jack's Steakhouse Photo Credit: Atsushi Tomioka Ben & Jack's Steakhouse is screening the game and offering a prix-fixe menu with sirloin steak, Norwegian salmon, Wagyu beef sliders, bourbon bacon bits, sweet chili chicken wings and more for $90. (219 E. 44th St., 212-682-5678, benandjackssteakhouse.com) Industry Kitchen Photo Credit: Industry Kitchen Industry Kitchen is celebrating the big game with it's super big Touchdown pizza, which features favorite game day snacks like Buffalo wings, tortilla chips, guacamole and a pigs-in-the-blanket crust. Stop by or have it delivered. (70 South St., 212-487-9600, industry-kitchen.com) Brother Jimmy's Photo Credit: Melissa Hom Watch the game at Brother Jimmy's and you'll choose from a variety of draft beers, shareable cocktails and two different special packages. The Pro Bowl Package ($45 per person) includes unlimited Coors Light draft, hot wings, rib tips, hush puppies and fries; the All Pro Package ($65 per person) includes an open bar, hot wings, rib tips, hush puppies, fries, nachos, mini burgers and pulled pork sliders. (181 Lexington Ave. and 416 Eighth Ave., brotherjimmys.com) Brooklyn Chop House Photo Credit: Brooklyn Chop House Brooklyn Chop House has four large TVs and projection screens for fans as well as some eats like its deli sandwich dumplings with flavors like bacon cheeseburger, Philly cheesesteak, pastrami, as well as chicken satays, Peking duck tacos and dry-aged Porterhouse steaks. There will also be $10 top-shelf mixed-drinks at the bar all day. If you have a big party coming, you can reserve a private booth with a TV. (150 Nassau St., .brooklynchophouse.com) Wicked Willy's Photo Credit: Wicked Willy's Wicked Willy's, which has more than 15 TVs and a 15-foot screen, is offering an open bar and unlimited wings at its party with two ticket packages. Call for pricing. (149 Bleecker St., 212-254-8592, facebook.com/WickedWillysNYC) Virgil's Real BBQ Photo Credit: Virgil's Real BBQ Virgil's Real BBQ boasts that it has "the largest projection screen in Times Square" and numerous TVs and for the big day, it'll be serving a special Pigskin Platter for two at $59.95, which includes Memphis-style pork spare ribs, sliced Texas beef brisket, Carolina pulled pork, half a barbecued chicken, cornbread and a choice of two sides such as cheddar cheese grits, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, collard greens and more, along with a bucket of Miller Lite beers. The bar will also offer drink specials, including $15 Coors Light pitchers, and shots of Fireball, Wild Turkey and Wild Turkey Honey for $6 each. (152 W. 44th St., 212-921-9494, virgilsbbq.com) 5th&Mad Photo Credit: 5th&Mad This "Mad Men-" themed gastropub is offering $1 wings (an eight-wing minimum), $30 buckets of domestic beer and special packages ranging from $300 to $600. Every ticket holder will receive one free drink, though. Its menu includes beer-braised short-rib sliders on truffle brioche and more. ($10 for general admission, 7 E. 36th St., 212-725-2353, eventbrite.com) Clinton Hall Photo Credit: Clinton Hall This FiDi beer hall will offer a variety of food, such as a giant, $25 bowl of wings and drinks including $30 buckets of beer. 90 Washington St. and 19 Fulton St. in Manhattan, and 601 E. 189 St. in the Bronx, clintonhallny.com) Boulton & Watt Photo Credit: Ryan Gleason Watch the game on seven TVs throughout the bar, where guests can enjoy all-you-can-drink beer and wine throughout the game for $53. There will also be snack specials, including chicken sliders. (5 Avenue A, 646-490-6004, boultonandwattnyc.com) The Wilson Photo Credit: Tom Schaefer Play tailgate games like corn hole and beer pong on the covered patio at The Wilson. During halftime there will be competitions with prizes to keep you entertained. Game day food and drink will be on tap. (132 W. 27th St., 212-529-2671, thewilsonnyc.com) The Standard Biergarten Tailgate Photo Credit: The Standard Biergarten The Meatpacking District's beer hall The Standard Biergarten will screen the game on two 90-inch televisions and is offering a variety of game day-themed snacks and games and special prizes each quarter. (848 Washington St., Manhattan, noon to 1 a.m., standardhotels.com) Slate Photo Credit: Slate Slate has 40 flat screens and two 20-foot ultra-HD media walls, lounge space with leather seating, a full-service bar and will be serving loaded nachos, chicken wings and sliders. There will be table packages to choose from, $5 Bud Lights and $6 shots, plus plenty of games to play while you watch the Super Bowl. ($5-$1,500 general admission, 5 p.m., 54 W. 21st St., slateny.cravetickets.com) House of Yes Photo Credit: Getty Images / Spencer Platt An "immersive Superb Owl experience" will give the NFL's halftime a run for its money -- mascots, cheerleaders and performers will party all night. For those who want the full Super Bowl party experience, there will also be beer buckets, drink specials and a football snack buffet with hot wings, mozzarella sticks, jalapeño Poppers, popcorn and more. ($20, 5:30 to 11 p.m., 2 Wyckoff Ave., Bushwick, eventbrite.com) By Shaye Weaver email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic How to watch the Rams take on the Patriots liveMaybe you're a big football fan. Maybe you just want to see Maroon 5 perform. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.