WEEKEND PICKS
Boston Weekend Roundup: January 31-February 2 2014

Friday, January 31

Loosen up for the weekend with funny lady Amy Schumer's stand up show. This Comedy Central star created her own show Inside Amy Schumer, starred in the Mostly Sex Stuff special, and has appeared as a guest on several celebrity roasts (the Roast of Roseanne and the Roast of Charlie Sheen, most notably). Schumer's routine at The Wilbur Theater is part of her Back Door Tour. Unfortunately, the show at 11PM is sold out, but there are still tickets available for 7:30PM.

246 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02116

Hit up Rumor nightclub after the comedy show for Resident DJ Hectik and Special Guest DJ Solarz for the weekly TOUCH Friday. The night features Top 40 mashups and dance music. Ladies get in FREE before 11:30PM, and guys get a $5 discount before 12AM (must RSVP on the EventBrite website to get your name on the list), Standard cover is $25, and the night begins at 10PM. 21+

BEST OF
Superbowl 2014!

Unless you've been living on another planet (or some far away and distant city), you know that the Superbowl is coming soon, and it's coming close. On Feburary 2nd, Super Bowl Sunday will be upon us. Whether or not you're a fan of the Denver Broncos or the SeattleSeahawks (or even football in general), having Super Bowl XLVII so close to the city is worth paying attention to-- and, for those who love to eat, drink, and generally be merry--worth taking advantage of. As expected, many food and drink purveyors in the city are revving up for the big event with deals and special offerings. And, for all you die-hard fans out there, all the more reason to celebrate!

SHOP THE LOOK
Touchdown! Haute Couture Helmets to Benefit NFL Foundation

With the Superbowl right around the corner everyone and everything is sporting "Superbowl XLVII," as Miranda Priestly would a white Hermes scarf.

If football seems a little more crusty than couture to you , don't pass on this fashion first! Bloomingdales teamed up with the NFL and the Council of Fashion Designers of America to produce these incredible helmets which show off our fave designers signature styles - all for charity!

ONLY IN NYC
The 50 Yard Lounge
ONLY IN NYC
Superbowl Smackdown

The only thing better than football season is Super Bowl night. Friends, food, and brews. That's really all you need for a good time. Oh, and a prime spot to view it all. We've got the best spots to watch the Ravens and 49ers duke it out and with plenty of special deals, everyone will go home a winner.

The Windsor & The Windsor Gansevoort Park: Recently opened, Windsor Gansevoort Park will be throwing an off-the-hook superbowl party starting at 4pm. There will be a live DJ accompanying the four large flat screens that line the walls. Each banquet also has its own personal flat screen TV. The Windsor's original location will also be throwing a viewing party along with fresh, seasonal cocktails and gourmet comfort food.

THE NAKED APPLE
The Naked Apple: Superbowl at Ainsworth

Yay for the NY Giants!!!!! This is going to be an insane week with tons of celebrations. The Giants players will be hosting parties all week long. Tonight after the parade, Victor Cruz has a party at Kiss and Fly, while some of the other players like Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs will be hosting a big party at SL. That is the party I will definitely be at. A few Sundays ago when they won they literally landed back in NYC and went directly to SL (SL is without a doubt the best place to go to on Sunday nights). If you decided against going to the Superbowl in Indy, the second best place to be would have been Ainsworth! And that's where I was all day and night with my girlfriends, and Miss New York contestant, Brittany Marsh.

GET THE PARTY STARTED
Miami's Super Hot Superbowl Spots

So the Dolphins didn't make it to the Superbowl this year (and haven't been there since 1985 - wow that's when I was born!) But, that shouldn't stop football fans from enjoying the action at several of our city's sports bars, hotels and clubs this Sunday.

Skybar at Shore Club invites guests to watch the Giants and Patriots go head-to-head Miami style with the ultimate poolside experience. Partygoers and football fans, alike, can watch the teams duke it out for the Lombardi Trophy while viewing the game on a Jumbo Sized Screen making you feel as if you were right there in the action. In true football fashion, Shore Club’s signature restaurant, Terrazza, will be serving up a poolside BBQ, as well as drink specials all night long. FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 786.276.6772 or email skybarreservations@morganshotelgroup.com
Game Viewing starts at 6pm. Pregame Pool Party starts at 1pm

GET THE PARTY STARTED
Two Fun n' Different Superbowl Parties

Do something different for Superbowl this year and head to The Bell House for some live comedic commentary from Shane Mauss (Conan, Jimmy Kimmel, Comedy Central), and April Macie (Howard Stern, Last Comic Standing). They will be hosting a live feed of Superbowl tweets from contributors at WitStream. Enjoy drink specials and food from Urban Rustic. Start pre-gaming at 5:30pm.

Be a little unique this Sunday, with Mexican street hot dogs, alitas de pollo, chicharrones, and of course, the game on the big screen TV. To add to the rivalry, Hecho en Dumbo's chef Danny Mena will be competing against chef Bill Dorrler of Osteria Morini and chef Einat Admony of Balaboosta on the NFL Channel's pre-game cookoff, which will be judged by chef Marc Forgione (Iron Chef) and linebacker Dhani Jones. Uapa!

CELEBRITY SIGHTINGS
Celebrities at the Super Bowl

Last night, plenty of stars were gathered in Dallas, TX, to see the Green Bay Packers topping the Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 28-25.

Christina Aguilera messed up the National Anthem; The Black Eyed Peas performed the half-time show, Usher joined them; Cameron Diaz fed boyfriend A-Rod with popcorn; Ashton Kutcher got bored; Michael Douglas looked fine and happy with wife Catherine Zeta Jones; Maria Menounos, Jessica Szohr, Mark Salling, Hugh Jackman and Owen Wilson all grabbed primo seats to enjoy the NFL's most important game of the season.