Where & How To Enjoy The Super Bowl LIII In NYC

Once again, the Super Bowl is upon us and for all the sports fans (and non sports fans who are there for the food, the booze and Maroon 5), We want to share with you some Super Bowl viewing parties happening this year. So, for the most watched spectacle of the year taking place on February 3rd, so get ready to cheer on your favorite team.​​

Where To Enjoy

Boulton & Watt

For all the NFL action you’ll need, Boulton & Watt (5 Avenue A) are showing the game on seven TVs throughout the bar. In honor of the 53rd Super Bowl they are offering guests all they can drink beer or wine throughout the entire game for just $53! A selection of game day snack specials will also be available to order a la carte. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling (646) 490–6004.

The Wilson

For the full Super Bowl experience, make your way down to the Ultimate Tailgate Party at The Wilson. There will be classic tailgate games like corn hole and beer pong on the covered outdoor patio, half-time competitions, prizes and official Wilson Sporting Goods official game balls on offer for all guests as well as all your favorite game day food and drink. Reservations can be made by calling (212) 529 2671.

Playboy Club New York

The Playboy Club also features a phenomenal sushi menu created by Tabitha Yeh, Playboy Club’s Executive Chef. Yeh’s Playboy House Roll filled with Toro, Salmon, Caviar, and Crispy Shallots wrapped in cucumber is just one of several creations she has put forth. Yeh is considered a new rising star in the Chef’s world with recent openings in San Francisco and Shanghai. Famed Playboy events previously held at the Playboy Mansion, such as Playboy’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, and other iconic Playboy Events will now take place at Playboy Club New York. Other special occasions planned for the club include Playboy’s Masquerade Night as well as Oscar, Grammy and Super Bowl celebrations.

Bell Book & Candle Hosts an Intimate Super Bowl Sunday Party

Bell Book & Candle (141 W 10th St) will offer an exclusive Super Bowl Sunday menu while guests watch the game on two 75" HD projectors complete with surround sound. Menu items include BB&C Smoked Whole Wings with Chipotle BBQ, blue cheese and hot sauce for $3 each, Drunken Bean Dip with goat cheese, tomato, and grilled flatbread for $10 and a BB&C Patty Melt Burger with grilled onions, vintage cheddar and rooftop pickles for $17.

Clinton Hall Hosts 5 Super Bowl Bashes

At each of Clinton Hall’s 5 locations across Manhattan, Brooklyn & the Bronx $30 buckets of beer will be served up as well as a big $25 bowl of wings.

Super Bowl 2019 at Slate

Slate (54 W 21st St) will host a Super Bowl viewing party starting at 5pm with tickets starting at $5. The game will be showcased on their 20 foot HD screen as well as the 100 televisions lining the bars both upstairs and downstairs. There will also be several table package options to choose from along with $5 Bud Lights and $6 shot deal for all. Tickets can be purchased by visiting: http://www.slate-ny.com/calendar

Farm to Burger

Farm to Burger, the farm-to-table inspired ode to the American patty at Midtown’s new Aliz hotel, is offering a Super Bowl special worthy of the big game. On Sunday, February 3rd beginning at 6pm, guests will be able to choose any burger from the restaurant’s mouthwatering roster of options, paired with a beer and fries for just $20. In addition, happy hour drink prices will be in effect: $5 beers, $6 wine, $5 shots and $10 pitchers. The game will be playing on the restaurant’s large flatscreen mounted on the front center wall.

Burgers Options Include:

  • All American — A 6 oz. Piedmontese beef burger topped with sharp cheddar cheese, bacon-tomato jam, shredded lettuce, tomato and red onion, as well as bread and butter pickles
  • Millennial — An Impossible Burger with tahini, griddled tomato, lettuce, red pickled onions on a multigrain bun that is perfect for vegetarians
  • Alpine — A 6 oz. Piedmontese beef burger topped with mushroom duxelle, gruyѐre cheese, frisée lettuce, mayonnaise and dijon mustard
  • Midtown — A 6 oz. Piedmontese beef burger adorned with onion marmalade, aged cheddar, lettuce and tomato.

How To Enjoy

Shaq Diesel

1 ½ oz Grey Goose La Vanille

½ oz St. Germain

3 oz Lemonade

Garnish with Lemon Rock Candy Stick

The Golden Goose

1.5oz Grey Goose Original
0.5oz lime
0.5oz passionfruit juice

Top with Ginger Beer. Build in Collins glass over fresh ice. Garnish with mint sprig.

The Caramel Apple

1 ½ oz Grey Goose Original

¼ oz Monin Salted Caramel Syrup

3oz Fresh Apple juice

½ oz Fresh Lemon juice

Garnish: 1 caramel apple lollipop

RUFFINO’s Sunday Funday

  • 3 parts Ruffino Lumina Pinot Grigio
  • 3 parts rooibos tea
  • ½ part lemon juice
  • Lemon peel

How To Make It: Infuse the Ruffino Lumina Pinot Grigio with cinnamon overnight in the fridge. Brew the Rooibos tea and allow to chill. Add sugar to slightly sweeten the tea. Combine all ingredients into a highball glass, add ice, and stir. Add a lemon peel for garnish.

Kim On The Field

  • 1 part Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc
  • 1 part vodka
  • 1 part fresh juiced watermelon
  • 1 part simple syrup
  • ½ part lemon
  • 1 ½ part soda water
  • Dash of grapefruit bitters
  • Grapefruit peel for garnish

How To Make It: Mix first five ingredients in a shaker and pour over ice in a highball glass. Top with soda water. Add a dash of grapefruit bitters and garnish with grapefruit peel. Servings: 12 oz serving

Spicy Buck

  • 2 parts Casa Noble Reposado Tequila
  • 2 thin slices jalapeño
  • 1 Tbsp sliced ginger
  • 1 parts lemon juice
  • 0.75 parts simple syrup
  • Ginger ale or ginger beer
  • Dash bitters
  • Lemon wedge

How to Make It: Muddle jalapeño, ginger, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a shaker; add ice. Shake until chilled. Strain into glass over ice, top with ginger ale or ginger beer; add bitters. Garnish with lemon wedge

Svedka Shandygraff

1½ parts SVEDKA Colada

3 parts Corona Light (ice cold)

2 parts lemonade (cold)

1 lemon wedge

How To Make it: Pour SVEDKA Colada, lemonade, and the juice of 1 lemon wedge in a shaker. Add ice and shake briefly. Strain into a pint glass. Top with Corona Light. Garnish with a lemon wedge.

Spoken Barrel Cabernet Sauvignon

Deep ruby in color, this wine is bold and complex with classic aromas of cherry, black currant, dark chocolate, and roasted oak. Lush, concentrated flavors of blackberry and cherry lead to a toasty vanilla finish with fine, velvety tannins.

Spoken Barrel Meritage Red Blend

Black garnet in color, this rich and complex wine features fresh fruit aromas of blueberry and red plum with notes of leather, black licorice, and deep roasted oak. A dense, rich mouthfeel is accented by flavors of bright red fruit, toasty oak, smoke, chocolate, and citrus rind.

Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi

For no fumble appetizers, look no further! Whether you’re a dedicated sports fan or just tune in for the half time show, Woodbridge’s Piggy Pinot Noir Dip is sure to please both teams. Make a blitz for the Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Sausage Balls before they’re all gone or lateral back for a second helping of Woodbridge’s Merlot Chili — either way, you’re guaranteed to cover this spread!

For an extra point, Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi’s Go-Glasses are an easy hand off. Packaged in a shatterproof, single serve, ready to pour cups, the Go-Glasses are available in Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and Red Blend, and no need to bring extra glassware or a corkscrew — simply open and sip! Even better, they retail for only $2.50.



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