DGBG Kitchen and Bar is about quality over quantity for game-day fare – though at $Virginia Rollison

Whether you’re avidly following #DeflateGate or just watch football on one Sunday a year, if you’re eating good food with a rowdy crowd, then you’ve already won the Super Bowl.

Patriots fans: Chapter One executive chef Warren Baird is rooting for New England with an entire menu of food and drink specials, like 25-cent bourbon-glazed duck wings, clam chowder and $1 oysters, pork belly sliders and PBR cocktails, among others. During commercials, take part in parlor (read: drinking) games, because the party doesn’t stop just because the action on the field does. 33 Greenwich Ave.

Elevated bar fare: Class up your game day food at DBGB Kitchen and Bar, where $10 will get you a draft beer and any of its housemade hot dogs that are nothing like you’d find at any ballpark or grocery store. Sliders and po’boy specials are also available as you watch the game on a 100-inch projection screen. They also have platters if you’re more into impressing guests at your pad. 299 Bowery

The best deal: At Humboldt & Jackson, $10 in advance ($15 at the door) gets you as many wings as you like alongside specials on beer pitchers while you watch the game on a 120-inch projection screen – or save your appetite for the halftime wing-eating contest (there might also be beer pong for non-competitive eaters). Send an email to get in on the action or to reserve a table. 434 Humbolt St.


Your nicer living room: Upper West Side cocktail parlor Manhattan Cricket Club is already set in the lux apartment you wish you had. Well, on Super Bowl Sunday, it can be yours for $750 (15 guests) or $1,000 (20) guests. The all-inclusive party packages include a private room with a television, server, unlimited beer, wine and two signature drinks, as well as gastropub grub like fried oysters, risotto fritters, crispy pork belly, sliders and more. 226 W. 79thSt.

Get treated right atSouthern Hospitality's Super Supreme party. Watch the game on their big-screen projection TV while making your own (informal, of course) contest of the all-you-can-eat wings and ribs, washed down with all-you-can-drink Miller Lite drafts ($45).645 Ninth Ave.

A hit with the gluten-free lot, Neapolitan pizzeriaRibaltawill be showing the game on a 17-foot projection screen, in case your vision starts to blur while partaking in its $50 all-you-can-drink beer and wine special. 48 E. 12th St.

Flatiron bar and restaurantThe Ganderis loosening its tie and rolling up its shirtsleeves for its first-ever Super Bowl party. $55 gets you unlimited wings, sliders, ribs and more, as well as coolers and kegs of Budweiser and PBR, and punch bowls of a special game-day cocktail. They’re holding a wing-eating contest too. It runs “4 p.m. until victory.”15 W. 18th St.

If you like your Super Bowl kicked up a notch,Lourohas a spicy menu ($75) of unlimited pork belly sliders with smoked paprika aioli, Nashville-style hot wings and more, plus draft beers and house wines. Party begins at 5:30, and tickets must be purchased in advance.142 W. 10th St​.

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