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Super Bowl XLVIII: Best Places To Watch The Game In NYC

Fri, January 31, 2014 12:00pm EDT by Add first Comment
Best Places To Spend Game Day In NYC
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Kickoff may still be a few days away, but it’s never to early to plan where you will be watching the Broncos take on the Seahawks.

Love football, but not the cold? Don’t worry, HollywoodLife has you covered, with our breakdown of the best places to catch the game if you’ll be in NYC.

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Social Bar & Grill: in Hell’s Kitchen on 795 8th Ave, boasts a premium open bar that kicks off at kickoff and is filled with 20 flat screen TV’s. Need another reason to attend? Former Giant’s players Byron Hunt, Gary Reasons, Keith Hamilton and Eric Dorsey will be watching all the action with you!

Edison Ballroom: Gotham Magazine and Lifestyle Equities are co-hosting “The Catch” Gameday Viewing Experience at the Edison Ballroom in Times Square, beginning at 4 p.m. VIP guests will get to meet NFL legends like Dwight Clark and Joe Montana, and will be given access to an unlimited gourmet vuffeet, as well as a premium open bar. A silent auction will also be held to benefit Autism Speaks. Tickets are selling for $300 and can be purchased here.

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Ivy Bar: located on eight avenue between 55th and 56th street is hosting a Super Bowl weekend brunch. This new bar has a specialty designed cocktail menu as well as refreshing arsenal beers to keep you hydrated throughout the game.

Latitude Bar & Grill: on 783 8th avenue is hosting a three-level viewing party this game day, with each floor offering something different, everyone will have a great time no matter what team you are rooting for. There will also be a brunch as well as 20 plasma screens so you won’t miss a second of the action.

The Ainsworth: on 122 W 26th street has enough seating for over 300 fans and has over 40 TV’s all around the bar. Their menu offers traditional bar favorites, making it the perfect place for game day.

The Chester: located in the heart of the meatpacking district, inside the Gansevoort Hotel, this hot spot will have the game streaming across all their screens. This bar also offers traditional American cuisine which is perfect to celebrate America’s favorite sport.

Blue Haven: on 108 W Houston St. boasts traditional pub fare and has an impressive 19 draught beers and 35 choices of bottle selection, making this bar a must on game day.

The Standard: located on 848 Washington St. will begin their game day celebration at noon where The Adlers will perform. Guests are also able to purchase a Tailgate package which includes a table, pretzels, sausage platter, salad, sauerkraut and beer.

Barelis: Located on 219 Rt 3 East..minutes from MetLife Stadium. Barelis is offering a full menu, fine wines, full bar and a modern and comfortable atmosphere 7 days a week during Superbowl week. Superbowl Party Package includes: 5 course menu, wine, beer and specialty drinks starting at $195. Stand out dishes: Meatballs, Dover Sole, Tommy’s Giambotta Prime Meat Mixed Grill and a lot more…

For more information visit their website:

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Whether your team wins or loses, these city hot spots will ensure that your game day is one that you will remember.

HollywoodLifers, where do you plan on watching the game?

— Caitlin Beck 

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