Not everyone has $3k to drop on Superbowl tickets this year. So, where will you be going for the biggest sports day in America? If you still haven't made plans, have no fear, we've sifted through all the riff-raff and selected the best Super Bowl parties in NYC. Party on!
Get a premium open bar from kickoff to the end of the game, passed hors d’oeuvres, full buffet. There will also be Super Bowl prizes and even a meet & greet with autographs & memorabilia from NY Giant greats! Tailgate party: 4:30pm – 6:30pm. Drink specials include $3.50 Bud, Bud Light & Coors Light bottles, $4.50 well drinks, and $2 sliders
Bounce Sporting Club
Bounce is a perfect upscale option for those looking for more than a grubby sports bar. Located in the Flat Iron district, this is no regular sports bar. With massive flat-screen TVs, an extensive beer and wine selection, classy furnishings, and an upscale crowd, this is a top pick for Super Bowl Sunday.
40/40 Club is our favorite new "sports bar." Though, it's more like an extravagant lounge at a 5 star hotel. Owned by Jay-Z, the newly reopened spot features theater style seating, gigantic (we mean, GIGANTIC) practically movie-screen style HD TVs, and gourmet appetizers. We hear you can even rent out his private suite for $12k!
Another favorite is this Memphis-style sports lounge, owned by Justin Timberlake. Enjoy spare ribs, mac ‘n cheese, fried chicken, pulled pork and chicken sandwichs, and more. At Southern Hospitality, Upper East Side, get Ultra VIP for $80 and enjoy an all you can drink premium open bar from kickoff till game end plus a family style dinner. If you're only looking to booze, get guaranteed seating VIP for $60 and a premium open bar from kickoff till game end. At the Hell's Kitchen location for $100 you'll get a top shelf open bar and a family style dinner. Also, get free Big Blue shots every time the Giants score and by wearing your Giants Gear!
Why not bowl at Super Bowl? For just $75 a person, you get a 3 hour open bar from 6-9pm and an unlimited buffet until 10 p.m. The buffet will include spaghetti and meatballs, ribs, wings, sausage and peppers. You'll also enjoy the game on 21 huge flat screen HD TVs and win great prizes.
For $49 enjoy bottomless food and specialty drinks. You'll get unlimited crispy chicken wings, grilled pork spare ribs, beef sliders, fries, as well as a full open bar! Of course you'll see the game on big screen TVs and have the option for a private room for up to 20 people.
Foley's Pub and Restaurant
Great food, great crowd, and Foley's is Fox 5 sports anchor Duke Castiglione's favorite New York City sports bar. "It's always a great crowd at Foley's and the food is excellent," says Castiglione. If it's good enough for a top sports anchor, it's good enough for anyone!
Brother Jimmy's is a fool-proof option. It's the go-to spot for every sports fanatic and Super Bowl Sunday is not exception. Their Southern-style fare arrives includes frickles (pickles and horse radish), hush puppies and corn fritters. You'll also love their Swamp Water drink, which comes with a souvenir alligator.
If you're looking for a smaller, cozy spot with comfy couches, 1849 is a great option. This classic sports bar features a great beer selection, delicious wings and is located in the East Village, so the crowd is always popping.
If you want to take it up a notch, go to Hudson Terrace. For $60 you'll get an appetizer buffet and a complimentary cocktail or beer. VIP tickets are also available for $120 where you’ll get a full open bar from 6 p.m. until the game ends. Contact email@example.com for packages and reservations.