Where to watch the Super Bowl
As Eli Manning and Tom Brady go head-to-head, all you have to do is kick back with an ice-cold beer and some good game-day grub. Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just in it for the fun, here are our suggestions on places to watch the Super Bowl.
120 E. 15th St.
What better way to cheer on Big Blue as they face the Patriots than with Big Blue Moon buckets ($30)? As the game goes on and you get hungrier, feast on Eli Manwich Sloppy Joes ($10 for two).
1448 Second Ave.
Go Burger is not playing favorites. They know it’s anyone’s game, so they’re prepared with two special burgers, the Big Blue Burger ($14) and the Brady Bunch Burgah ($14). Diners will enjoy a free beer or cocktail if they order a burger from the team that’s winning at halftime. At the end of the game, if your team wins, another free drink for you!
Looking for a classic sports bar atmosphere? Go Blue or go home at one of the many Village Pourhouse locations for $12 Bud Light pitchers, $15 Big Blue Moon pitchers, $25 Bud Light buckets and $5 Go Blue shots.
560 Third Ave.
As if Duke’s 27 televisions weren’t enough to lure football fans, they’ve also added craft beers to their menu. In addition to providing ultimate game day grub like pulled pork and mac n cheese, Duke’s will be serving their award-wining wings. Servers will be wearing jerseys while the managers will be cheering on megaphones and handing out shots.
1460 Second Ave.
For $60 at this Upper East Side joint, enjoy an open bar from kickoff until the end of the game. Don your favorite Giants gear and for a free Big Blue shot. Every time the Giants score, you and your friends will get another free Big Blue shot.
621 W. 46th St.
Rowdy sports bars not really your thing? Want something more than just a Bud Light? For $60, enjoy a buffet of appetizers and complimentary cocktails or beer. For $120, feel like a true Super Bowl champ with open bar access from 6 p.m. until the game ends. Tickets can be purchased at www.
Satisfy your sweet tooth
William Greenberg Desserts
1100 Madison Ave.
It’s just not a party without some dessert, right? Support the Giants with the Blue & White cookie, a twist on the classic Black & White. William Greenberg Desserts, whose Black &?White was voted best in the city by New York magazine, made the special treat in support of Big Blue and are ready to ship nationally.
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