Superbowl Smackdown
Where to watch the 49ers take on the Ravens

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. 

Pera SoHo: This sophisticated Mediterranean restaurant will be showing the game of the year with special happy hour prices. They will also be featuring their Sunday Supper menu, complete with half-priced bottles of wine and succulent dishes to choose from. You can even rent out one of their private rooms for a big screen showing of the game.

Treehouse Bar at David Burke Kitchen: Check out what Chef Burke's got to offer at the Treehouse Bar located above David Burke Kitchen. Fill up on a whole roast pig buffet with accompaniments for just $25 a person. There will also be awesome drink deals including $5 beers and $5 whiskey in a jar. Can you say classiest superbowl ever?

The 40/40 Club: Sports clubs don't get any better than this. Reserve a table for four for $750 and receive a bottle of liquor, two food platters, three buckets of beer, chips, salsa, and guacamole. Hanging with a bigger crew? No problem - there are plenty of table and private room packages available. Call 212-832-4040 to make your reservation.

TOY Oyster Bar: Head to the ultimate Superbowl viewing party in Meatpacking with multiple HD TVs showcasing the game, $1 oysters, 2 for 1 buckets of Peroni for $45, delicious bar snacks such as chicken meatballs, tempura oysters, and chinese fried chicken wings, and an homage to halftime performer Beyonce. That's right, sling back complimentary 'Put a Ring on It' and 'If I Were a TOY' shots to show your support of Queen B. 

Brother Jimmy's BBQ: There are over 40 HD TVs at each Bro J's location, making it a prime viewing choice for the biggest game of the year. Best of all, there will be no cover and no table minimums at any location all night long. Not in the mood to go out? Try their Super Bowl Catering Package, which comes with hot wings, rib tips, hush puppies with maple butter, chicken fingers and spinach artichoke dip for just $19.95 per person. You can order additional items a la carte. You need a minimum of 5 people to order and must do so at least 24 hours in advance. 

Louro: For a fun and food-filled post-superbowl party, head to Louro for Underground Eats' Supper Bowl dinner. George Mendes of Aldea, Sean Brock of Husk and McCrady's will be joining David Santos to offer an exclsuive six course tasting menu for $150 a person, including cocktails and wine pairings by Whistle Pig Rye and Esporao Winery. There will be seatings at 6pm and 9pm. Click here to check out the menu and reserve your spot!