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Get in the game

Where to watch, drink on Super Bowl Sunday:

211 W. 56th St.
The boobalicious chain opens at high noon (no reservations accepted). Tackle a plate of hot wings or the $7 shrimp spectacular, and enter for a chance to win a 42-inch LCD HDTV that will be given away.

MexiQ Kitchen & Draught
37-11 30th Ave., Astoria
With $3 beer specials, free giveaways — including growlers and game-day pub grub like the MexiQ Appetizer Tasting dish featuring classic guacamole, achiote barbecue wings, ceviche flight, truffled mac and cheese — and free specialty shots every time either team scores a TD, this will be one raging party.

142 W. 10th St., 212-255-2330
$12 buckets of PBR (five bottles) will be offered in addition to the standard dinner menu from executive chef Will Sullivan. Guests can also reserve at the bar area tables.

705 Ninth Ave., 212-974-6012
Don’t want anything to do with football? Watch Japanese movies and enjoy 2-for-1 cocktails, half-priced sake and dessert specials from 5:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Hill Country
Barbecue Market
30 W. 26th St., 212-255-4544
Although we suggest you stay at Hill Country (there will be raffles, special dishes and drink specials all night long), if you feel like take-out, we recommend picking up specially packaged meals full of barbecue and sides, such as The First Down ($30, feeds 1-2), The Blitz ($55, feeds 3-4) or the The Hook ‘Em and Hack ‘Em ($100, feeds 5-6).

Pine Box Rock Shop
12 Grattan St., Bushwick
This Bushwick favorite will be airing the game on two big screens and serving complimentary award-winning chili, as well as regional brews.

Carmine Club Cafe
41-43 Carmine St.
Carmine Club Cafe will feature an all-you-can-eat Super Bowl menu for $35, featuring classics like fried chicken wings with garum, coriander and fennel — as well as such options as creamy crab dip, hearty bowls of chili, calamari or croquettes. To wash it all down, drinks starting with “C” will be offered at discount, including Chardonnay, Cote de Rhone, Cava, Corona and many more. This way, you can keep a frosty bev in hand no matter which team earns the “W” in the big game. Bar opens at 5 p.m.

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