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Super Bowl in the City

Hey there, sports fans! Obviously, you know that this weekend brings us Super Bowl Sunday, in which the New England Patriots will face down the Philadelphia Eagles. (Music lovers can look forward to the adorably talented Justin Timberlake’s performance during the half-time show.)

But did you know where you can watch it here in New York City while hoisting a few beers and downing some grub? Well, we’re here to tell you:

Treadwell Park has locations on the Upper East Side and Downtown and each venue sports 12 big screens. Attendees can choose from guacamole, chicken wings, “hot diggity” dogs, sliders, 20 craft beers, jello shots in their favorite team colors, and more.

For the sports-loving foodies out there, Rosemary’s in the Village is putting on a Super Bowl Pig Roast! They’re charging $45 for a buffet of roasted pig and antipasti. Along with succulent pulled pork, guests can tuck into a mozzarella bar, fried bomba chicken wings, pasta, fennel-maple pork rinds and more. Pitchers of Forst lager are only 15 bucks. Doors open at 5 p.m.

New England Patriot fans should head to Professor Thom’s in the East Village, as the owners will be cheering on their favorite team. The bar has 40–count ’em, 40–screens so we can’t imagine that there would be a bad seat in the house. Harpoon Brewery, Downeast Cider House, and Sam Adams will offer beer specials and giveaways. Doors open at 10 a.m. (You read that right.)

Libation on Ludlow St. has 25 big screen TVs. The $10 entry fee includes 50 cent wings until the beginning of halftime and a free cup to drink out of until the keg is kicked. Doors open at 5:30.

Mexican food lovers need to watch the game at Empellón al Pastor, a bar and taqueria in the East Village. $45 will get you unlimited tacos, margaritas and select beers for an hour and a half. Reservations are necessary for this event.

Go, team!

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