Where to Watch the Super Bowl in NYC

We’re two days away from the Super Bowl in NYC and if you haven’t decided where you’re going to watch the game yet, we might be able to help. Here’s our quick guide to watching the Super Bowl in New York City (if you don’t have a ticket):

First you need to ask yourself this question: I’m I a Seahawks or Broncos fan? If you answer yes, here are your best options:



Image Via Flickr/Seattleseahawkfan

Feile – This Midtown Bar will be packed with Seahawks blue come Sunday. It’s where ‘Hawks fans meet in NYC every week during the regular season

Carlow East – Home to the NYCeahawks, Carlow East will fulfill every 12th man need you have



Images Via Flickr/Jason Bradwell

Butterfield 8 – Plan on this Midtown bar being packed with orange. If you wear Broncos gear, you get half off bar snacks on Sunday

Stout – This Broncos bar is located right next to Feile, so when Peyton hoists the Lombardi Trophy, you can look out the window and watch the Seahawks fans walking home with their heads down

What’s that, you’re not a fan? That’s fine! Here are some options for people who don’t want to get run over every time there’s a score:

The Sixth Ward – For $45, you get an open bar, halftime buffet, and expect giveaways all night

Down The Hatch– $23 for 3 pitchers of beer, plus all the atomic wings you can handle. Not a bad deal.

TG Whitney’s – This is the official bar of the NY/NJ Super Bowl Committee, which is something I never thought needed an official bar, but what do I know. Anyway, you can expect big things here Sunday


Images Via Flickr/David Schick

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