Things to Do Super Bowl LII parties in NYC: Head to these bars for food & drink specials By Shaye Weaver email@example.com Updated January 31, 2018 3:59 PM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email Super Bowl Sunday is a holiday as far as New York City is concerned. The game is of course the reason for the festivities, but it's also 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 Eagles and Patriots gear up for this year's Super Bowl on Feb. 4 in Minneapolis, it's the perfect time to lock down your plans for where to watch Kelly Clarkson sing the national anthem and Justin Timberlake bring sexy back. Check out these spots for the city's coolest viewing parties. Bounce at the Highline Ballroom Photo Credit: Bounce Sporting Club Catch the big game with Bounce at the Highline Ballroom. Food on the menu includes Cap'n Crunch-crusted chicken nuggets, pretzel hot dogs, double-stuffed grilled cheese, spicy Koreatown wings, the Hail Mary and more. RSVP at 212-675-8007. (6:30 p.m., 431 W. 16th St., Manhattan, bouncesportingclub.com) Roberta's Photo Credit: Roberta's Sit at a tiki bar to catch the game at Roberta's pizzeria, which also has an HD projection screen and specials including chicken wings, nachos and smoked pastrami as well as six Modelo Negras for $6. (261 Moore St., Bushwick, .robertaspizza.com) The Happiest Hour Photo Credit: The Happiest Hour This whimsical cocktail lounge will stream the game and offer $1 Buffalo wings all day, $20 pitchers and buckets of beer. (121 W. 10th St., Manhattan, happiesthournyc.com) W Hotel Photo Credit: W Hotels Get free guacamole and bites from 6 to 7 p.m. and check out the Times Square hotel's special Justin Timberlake-themed cocktails: the "Rock Your Body," the "Cry Me a River" (pictured) and "Sexy (pickle) Back" shots while you watch the game. At its Union Square location, enjoy meatball sliders, short rib nachos and sriracha honey mustard wings with the "Tom Brady Collins" cocktail. (Times Square at 1567 Broadway and Union Square at 201 Park Ave. S., starwoodhotels.com) Parklife Photo Credit: Parklife Parklife will have food and drink specials at this free-to-attend watch party. (5 to 11 p.m., 636 DeGraw St., Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, parklifebk.com) Pennsy Food Hall Photo Credit: Pat LaFrieda Pat LaFrieda is hosting a pregame tailgate happy hour at their Pennsy Food Hall stall on Friday, Feb. 2, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. For $30, fans can enjoy a live DJ, bottomless sliders, wings, hot dogs, sausage and peppers and a 6-foot-long Black Angus hero. You must RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Then on the day of the big game, the Pennsy Bar is offering $5 cans of beer including Sam '76 and Lionshead Pilsner in honor of the Pats and Eagles, respectively. There will also be $25 pitchers of Pennsy Lager. Pat LaFrieda will have spicy soppressata pizza from Ribalta 'Mo, Taco Dumbo will have tacos and street corn, Sabi Sushi will have a bento box, The Little Beat will have a tahini veggie bowl and Cinnamon Snail will have sugary doughnuts. (2 Pennsylvania Plaza, Manhattan, thepennsy.nyc) Westlight Photo Credit: Noah Fecks Watch the game while munching on crispy chicken wings, jalapeño poppers, smoked beef chili, sliders and more. $75 per person includes all food items, while drinks will be served à la carte. RSVP recommended. (5:30 p.m., 111 N. 12th St., Williamsburg, westlightnyc.com) Libation Photo Credit: Libation Libation has 25 big screen TVs -- good for keeping up with the game while you munch on the restaurant's snacks. Those who arrive before halftime will get unlimited draft beer during halftime, and food specials include 50-cent wings and more. RSVP online. ($10 cover, 5:30 p.m., 137 Ludlow St., universe.com) Tacombi Photo Credit: Liz Clayman This Mexican taqueria is offering group packages for family style guacamole, corn esquites, tacos and pitchers of cocktails. Packages for six or more range from $30 to $50 per person. tacombi.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 a one-hour vodka open bar and food and drink packages that start from $160 for four and up. ($10 general admission, 5 p.m., 54 W. 21st St., slateny.cravetickets.com) Fishbowl Photo Credit: Dream Play a game of your own at Fishbowl, whether it's skeeball, bowling or arcade games, while munching on speciality foods and drinks made for the occasion. Lohrasp Kansara will provide music. (5:30 p.m., 210 W. 55th St., /nightout.com) Clinton Hall Photo Credit: Clinton Hall This FiDi beer hall will offer a variety of food and 20 supercraft beers on tap with no cover. Enjoy its over-the-top burgers and house-made chicken wings while you take in the game. (90 Washington St., 19 Fulton St. in Manhattan, and 601 East 189 St. (The Bronx), clintonhallny.com) The Ainsworth Photo Credit: The Ainsworth Each of the restaurant's locations will be playing the game on its TVs, which range in number from 25 to 65 flat screens. Don't skip the snacks because there will be a long list of pass-around foods, entrees and drinks. The eatery boasts that it is a go-to restaurant for NFL players on their days off, including for Eli Manning at the Chelsea location. (With three locations in Manhattan, theainsworth.com) PHD Rooftop Lounge Photo Credit: PHD Rooftop Lounge This indoor/outdoor lounge and club is hosting a "big/lil" Super Bowl viewing party with special food and drink menu items, including beer buckets. Enjoy the full experience with surround sound, free swag and DJ Cam Smalls. ($30, 355 W. 16th St., Manhattan, splashthat.com) Treadwell Park Photo Credit: Treadwell Park Don't miss a play at both of Treadwell Park's locations, which each have 12 big screens. Aside from their 20 rotating craft beers, the sports bar will offer a "super" guacamole bowl for four, 24 smoked chicken wings, "hot diggity dogs," sliders, "Team Pride" Jell-O shots and more. (Uptown at 1125 First Ave., Downtown at 30 South End Ave., treadwellpark.com) Handcraft Kitchen & Cocktails Photo Credit: Handcraft Kitchen & Cocktails Take part in a five-hour open bar with $1 chicken wings and half-priced appetizers while you watch the game on four TVs in the restaurant/bar. ($50 to $60, 5:30 to 10:30 p.m., 367 3rd Ave., handcraftnyc.com) Harold's Meat & Three at Arlo Soho Hotel Photo Credit: Harold's Meat & Three Arlo Soho Hotel offers a private viewing where you can invite six to 50 people for an open bar and unlimited food from Harold's Meat & Three. Eats will include chips and guac, chili, burgers, hot dogs, pigs-in-a-blanket, sub sandwiches and more. Book by emailing email@example.com (Packages start at $750, 231 Hudson St., haroldsmeatandthree.com) The Spaniard Photo Credit: Noah Fecks The bar will be showing the game on both its 48-inch big screen TV and its 68-inch projector screen starting at 5 p.m. The family-style menu will include nachos, pulled pork sliders, poutine, french fries, onion rings and buffalo duck wings, plus beers by the bucket for the table. A booth for up to six people is $500; to reserve one up to 10 people is $750. (5 p.m., 190 W. 4th St., thespaniardnyc.com) Virgil's Real BBQ Photo Credit: Virgil's Real BBQ Enjoy a free Skyy vodka cocktail and Wild Turkey bourbon tasting before the game starts. There also will be $12 Coors Light pitchers and $15 Miller Light buckets throughout the game, as well as chances to win prizes and giveaways. (2:30 p.m., 152 W. 44th St., virgilsbbq.com) Brooklyn Winery Photo Credit: Brooklyn Winery If you thought wine and the Super Bowl don't mix, you were wrong. The Brooklyn Winery is hosting its own big game party with drink specials, buckets of beer and "The End Zone," a specialty cocktail made with bourbon, lemon juice and Old Vine Zinfandel. Bites include pita nachos, buffalo chicken bites, sliders, crispy Brussels sprouts and more. If you get there early, you'll have a better chance for a good seat. (5 p.m., 213 N. Eighth St., Williamsburg, bkwinery.com) Nitehawk Cinema Photo Credit: Nitehawk Cinema Looking for a cinematic space to watch the Super Bowl? Nitehawk will be playing the big game in its theater, featuring seat-side service. The theater will have all the game fixings, including chicken wings with house-made buffalo sauce, carrots, celery, dill-buttermilk or blue cheese dressing (5 for $5, 10 for $10 or 15 for $15.) Drink specials will represent each team's hometown. (136 Metropolitan Ave., Williamsburg, 6:30 p.m., nitehawkcinema.com) Humboldt & Jackson Photo Credit: iStock Challenge yourself at this Super Bowl wing eating contest -- held during the halftime show -- or just watch the game on the bar's 120-inch TV. Admission includes all-you-can-eat wings and guarantees a seat. ($20, 5 p.m., 434 Humboldt St., Williamsburg, eventbrite.com) House of Yes Photo Credit: Getty Images / Spencer Platt An "immersive Super Bowl experience" will give the NFL's halftime a run for its money -- performers will impersonate Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga, and others will dress up like cheerleaders and mascots in an improvised show. 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, pizza, and fried stuff. ($20, 6 to 11 p.m., 2 Wyckoff Ave., Bushwick, eventbrite.com) Hofbräu Bierhaus NYC Photo Credit: Hofbräu Bierhaus NYC For some, the Super Bowl is synonymous with one thing: beer. Hofbräu Bierhaus recognizes this and offers it in a giant 2-liter boot. Not only that, the venue will also offer half-off appetizers, including spicy or Jager BBQ wings. (712 Third Ave., Manhattan, 6 to 11 p.m., bierhausnyc.com) Haven Rooftop Photo Credit: Sanctuary Hotel NYC What could be cooler than catching the Super Bowl in a cozy roof top bar (called the Ski Chalet) with eight 55-inch TVs? Haven Rooftop is offering a "touch down package" for $50 that includes a pitcher of beer, an appetizer platter (with calamari, fish tacos and sliders) and guaranteed seating for two. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org (Starts at 4 p.m., 132 W. 47th St., havenrooftop.com) The Standard Biergarten Tailgate Photo Credit: The Standard Biergarten Take in Super Bowl LII at the Meatpacking District's beer hall The Standard Biergarten, where two 90-inch televisions show the game. Enjoy a bucket of beer and a variety of game day-themed snacks. (848 Washington St., Manhattan, noon to 1 a.m., standardhotels.com) Tender Photo Credit: Sanctuary Hotel NYC If you want to really see the screen this year, this lounge-y restaurant has multiple 55-inch TV screens, two 82-inch projector screens and even a 110-inch projector screen. While you watch the game, munch on Tender's snacks, like avocado fries, cheddar mac and cheese, tuna tartare and tender omakase. If needed it'll have a "touch down package" $50 per person, which includes a pitcher of beer, an appetizer platter with wings, mozzarella sticks and fries and guaranteed seating for two. RSVP to email@example.com (5 p.m., 130 W. 47th St., tendernyc.com) Eli's Night Shift Photo Credit: Eli's Night Shift This late-night bar and eatery has a large 5-by-8-foot projector screen and a variety of game day eats, from Night Shift Nachos ($12) to jumbo wings ($12). If you're heading to the Night Shift in a large group, feel free to snag a reservation, and enjoy a growler of craft beer for the table. (189 East 79th St., elizabar.com) Aloha NYC Photo Credit: Shaye Weaver Catch the big game on six high-definition TVs and a big high-definition projector screen with food and cheap drink specials ($3 shots, $4 domestic beers and $5 well drinks). RSVP online. (37-02 Astoria Blvd., Astoria, eventbrite.com) Monarch Photo Credit: Addison Group NYC Monarch has five big screen TVs and five projectors for prime viewing of the big game and a number of fun activities like corn hole, beer pong and flip cup. Starting at 5:30, the enclosed rooftop lounge will have a one-hour open bar for $25, which includes beer, wine and champagne. Drink specials will also include $5 select beer, $6 whiskey shots, and food specials including pigs in a blanket for $7, wings for $8, and nachos for $10. RSVP by calling (212) 630-9993 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. (5:30 p.m., 71 W. 35th St., here) SideBAR Photo Credit: SideBAR This Union Square bar is offering some super deals for its Super Bowl patrons. Get a domestic beer bucket for $30, an imported beer bucket for $35 and or a cooler of Bud Light for $125. For $5 more you can add a bottle of Fireball to it. Reserve a table by emailing email@example.com. (118 E. 15th St., Manhattan, reservations are strongly encouraged, sidebarny.com) By Shaye Weaver firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.