Top 10 Bars to Watch the Super Bowl
Your best spots to catch the Bronco-Seahawks matchup
Denver Bronco fans unite at this Grammercy mainstay. And if you’re a Bronco fan, you’ll be treated to 9 HGTV plasma TVs to watch the action, plus unlimited wings and Bud Light/Budweiser for $50 or unlimited wings and well mixers for $65 to make it a party.
Right below the southern end of the Super Bowl Boulevard, Féile is a Seahawks stronghold. Fans meet during the regular season, so Seahawk fans coming here for the big game will be welcome with open arms and lots of specials.
W New York – Downtown
Just because its swanky doesn’t mean it can’t be sporty. The W will be serving a special cocktail menu inspired by traditional tailgating foods – think Barbecue Bloody Mary, Buffalo Cocktail, and Jalapeno Popper Margarita – but if you’re a die-hard fan with friends, rent a private Skybox and throw your party here.
This pub is the Seattle hub on the Upper East side, and you can expect quite a bash for the game. A special Seahawk menu and drink special will be waiting.
Chef Marc Murphy knows how to throw a Super Bowl shindig at this stylish bar and grill. The Upper West side location will have TVs throughout the restaurant and bar, alongside a feast of pickled onion rings, Murphy’s signature Ditch Dog (hot dog topped with mac & cheese), and much more.
No party is too big to hold at this mega Bronco Bar when it’s team is in the Super Bowl. Come for the action, as well $5 buckets of Bud and $6 buckets of brew from the home state.
You’ve walked across the Brooklyn Bridge, you’ve been dazzled by Manhattan views from Brooklyn Bridge Park, and suddenly it’s late afternoon and it’s Super Bowl Sunday. So come to Floyd and watch the game on the big projector screen. It’s no frills, for sure, but the beer and whiskey are good, and the bartenders are the best. Hungry? Try their famous beer cheese.
Food, wine, and football come together nicely at this rustic Williamsburg winery. The easygoing, convivial vibe lends itself well to a Super Bowl Sunday gathering – plus the wines are superb, and the food is excellent.
Midtown East sets the stage not only for the karaoke crowd who get their groove on here but also for Bronco fans. Friendly service and nicely-priced drinks will surely keep this place rocking, even after the Lombardi trophy is handed to the winner.
Seattle fans in the East Village need to look no further than this two-level Irish pub near Cooper Square. Both floors will be showing the game on big screens, so settle in for cheap drafts and good pub food.