Don't want to be home on Game Day? Cheer on your team at one of these parties:
621 W. 46th St., 212-315-9400
Giants captain Justin Tuck hosts a viewing party complete with appetizers, a premium open bar and a cigar lounge.
W Times Square
1567 Broadway, 212-930-7400
The hotel’s living room will be airing the game; enjoy drinks like Jalapeno Popper Margaritas and Barbecue Bloody Marys.
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100 Central Park S., 212-307-9222
The restaurant will serve 6-foot subs from top sandwich makers across all five boroughs (think Tino’s in the Bronx and Goodfellas on Staten Island). There’s no cover.
The Cannibal Hell’s Kitchen at Gotham West Market
600 W. 11th Ave., 212-582-7940
TVs throughout Gotham West will project the game, and the restaurant will serve a Mexican large-format feast.
The Court — A St. Giles Premier Hotel
130 E. 39th St., 888-406-8588
Eat, drink and watch the game with the Gotham City Cheerleaders.
Upstairs at the Kimberly Hotel
145 E. 50th St., 212-702-1600
$6 beers, $10 wines and snacks like guacamole, wings, kobe burgers and fries await.
344 Third Ave., 646-918-7220
There are 45 (!) 60-foot flatscreen TVs, and a menu specializing in Denver and Seattle regional fare.
Pop @ Pod
230 E. 51st St., 646-277-2900
Unlimited draft beers (some craft), house wine, wings and sliders can be yours. Get there early to nab a booth with your own personal TV, and play foosball during halftime.
982 Amsterdam Ave.
There’s no cover and the game will be projected on the wall, so you won’t miss a minute of the action. Come early (10 a.m.!) and stay for the day. Reservations strongly encouraged.
Ginny’s Supper Club
310 Lenox Ave.
Marcus Samuelsson’s dinner spot underneath Red Rooster will feature an all-you-can-eat tailgate buffet of soul food favorites with a twist.
EATS on Lex
1055 Lexington Ave., 212-396-3287
It would make sense to spend Super Bowl Sunday eating NYC’s best burger, as voted by ESPN New York, wouldn’t it? On Game Day, buy a burger and fries, or mussels and fries, and get a beer for $2.
200 Fifth Ave., 212-539-0204 ext. 304
The year-round rooftop will host an open bar and nine-course gourmet menu.
Greenwich Village Country Club
110 University Pl., 212-255-8188
Enjoy a three-hour open bar, party food buffet and mini golf!
213 N. Eighth St., Brooklyn, 347-763-1506
No cover, but table reservations are $250
Watch the game in the Williamsburg wine den. Book a table for you and seven friends and get food, beer and wine.
The Strand Smokehouse
25-27 Broadway, Astoria, 718-440-3231
Get at least 50 percent back when you purchase a buy-back card (a $50 buy-back card, for example, turns into $75). A big-screen projector will broadcast the game, and there will be beer specials and buckets of wings, turkey legs, ribs and more.
248 W. 14th St., 646-350-0539
Watch the game on 19 TVs, listen to the DJ and scarf down your choice of 10 different types of wings.
508 Greenwich St., 212-219-0444
Smoked duck nachos and beer-marinated wings are on the game-day menu.
The Standard Biergarten
848 Washington St., 212-645-4646
Tailgate party: $250
Game party: $500 spending minimum for the table
Live music, pretzels, kraut and beer, plus ping-pong round out the tailgate party. When the game starts, watch it on the two 80-inch screens
62 Laight St., 212-334-4783
Come for a pig roast and beer.
BLT Bar & Grill
123 Washington St., 646-826-8666
Chef David Craine will be cooking off-the-menu on game day, serving a la carte snacks like deviled egg croquettes and skirt steak sliders with cucumber and kimchee.
Edi and the Wolf
102 Ave. C., 212-598-1040
Watch the game on a 110-inch screen and grab a free Radeberger beer from chefs Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban.
84 Stanton St., 212-982-8895
Available for eat-in or takeout is the restaurant’s signature Bucket O’ Balls: 25 meatballs with your choice of sauce for $45.