Spend the biggest game of the year your way. And with 50 options, from the cheapest beers to unlimited food and a live halftime show, it'll be the best ever.
1. Your team didn’t make the Super Bowl? Pick a side, this is war. The official bar for Carolina Panthers fans is Amity Hall (80 W. Third St.), where five-bottle buckets and pitchers of select beers (usually Bud Light, Goose Island and Amity Wheat) are during the game $20.
2. If another city had to make the playoffs, it may as well have been the best one outside of NYC. Denver Broncos fans go to Butterfield 8 (5 E. 38th St.), the rare gastropub that deserves the name. On game day, get unlimited wings and beer for $45.
3. For sheer number of screens, you can’t beat the 116 TVs at 200 Fifth (200 Fifth Ave., Park Slope). For the Super Bowl, there will be a special NFL-themed menu.
4. If you’re less into the game than the atmosphere, Clinton Hall (90 Washington St.) has oversized games like giant Jenga, giant chess and a beer pong table on its patio. The beer hall’s menu was just overhauled, creating an all-burger feast of 20 varieties, and they’re bringing in beers from both teams’ hometowns.
5. Chef Danny Bowien’s quest to feed the city good food at better prices at Mission Cantina (172 Orchard St.) continues with a ridiculous Super Bowl deal: an all-night-long, all-you-can-eat buffet of wings, burritos, Chinese food, nachos and some new items, all for $33.