Best NYC Restaurants for a Game Day Feast
Satisfy your Super Bowl hunger with football-themed specials at these eight eateries
Hill Country: Is there anything better than barbeque on game day? Dig into plates of chicken wings and Texan queso washed down with cold beer – you can even grab pick-up and delivery if you order by January 31.
Fatty ‘Cue: This Asian-inspired barbeque joint is celebrating the Super Bowl with feasts of whole pig, brisket, or lamb, available both at the restaurant and for take-out.
BLT Burger: A Seahawks-inspired burger offers Seattle’s Beecher’s Flagship cheese, while the Broncos-inspired burger is topped with Breckenridge Vanilla Porter-braised vidalia onions.
Clarke’s Standard: A New York institution, P.J. Clarke’s has one heck of a burger on its menu. Inspired by the dish’s success, the restaurant opened a new burger joint, Clarke’s Standard, that’s serving up a Big Game Burger Bash. Head in to try burgers inspired by Seattle and Denver in honor of the Super Bowl.
Forty Ate: The first-ever Super Bowl themed pop-up restaurant, Forty Ate will be located in the Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel from January 27 to February 1. The modern steakhouse will feature NFL artifacts and host NFL players throughout the week.
A.G. Kitchen: For a unique take on the super-long sub, this Upper West Side eatery is stretching its Cubano sandwich to 6 feet long for the Super Bowl.
Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken: “The Tailgater” package serves up 24 wings, fries, and coleslaw perfect for game day snacking.
The Harrison: Fans can satisfy both their foodie and football cravings here, with a menu of elevated game day classics and a single flat-screen TV showing the Super Bowl.