Sunday, February 1st restaurants and bars throughout the Union Square district will be showcasing the 49th Annual Super Bowl. Whether you’re cheering on the New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks, the neighborhood has all the hot spots to get in on the game. Hosting your own Super Bowl Party at home? We’ve got an array of delicious catering options in the area to make everyone feel like a champion!
Where to watch the action:
We suggest calling ahead to reserve your spot.
Brother Jimmy’s BBQ (Google Map) 116 East 16th Street: Brother Jimmy’s is expecting big crowds to come together and watch the big game on their 30 TVs. Call to reserve a spot or come early to grab a remaining table.
Campeon (Google Map) 9 East 16th Street : With a fixed price menu that includes all you can drink margaritas, draft beer and fajitas you can’t go wrong at Campeon! $75/ per person, check their website for more details. CHECK OUT THEIR USP DISTRICT DEAL!
Duke’s (Google Map) 99 East 19th Street: Duke’s is going all out this year, adding craft beers to the menu for the big day. Enjoy their award-winning wings with friends while watching one of their 27 screens. CHECK OUT THEIR USP DISTRICT DEAL!
The Gander (Google Map) 15 West 18th Street: The Gander are hosting their first ever ‘Gander Bowl’. For an all-inclusive rate, enjoy their killer food and drinks while watching the game in style! ($55/per person)
The Stand (Google Map) 239 Third Avenue: Enjoy a $35/hr all you can eat beer and wing special while watching the big game. There is also be a special half time comedy show to ramp up the football fun!
The Watering Hole (Google Map) 106 East 19th Street: Known for their epic happy hours, this ‘watering hole’ is taking reservations for the big day. The game will be playing on the big screen and 6 smaller TVs.
If you’re hosting a viewing party:
Be the Super Bowl hosting champ with some fine foods from our local favorites:
Num Pang: (Google Map) 28 E 12th St: With a nod from NY Magazine, we recommend getting your order in before their January 30 deadline to enjoy “Super Pang” sandwiches like five-spiced pork belly, peppercorn catfish, and roasted cauliflower all feeding between 10 to 12 people. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 1/30/15
Union Square Cafe (Google Map) 21 East 18th Street: Chef Carmen Quagliata is serving up big batches of his grandmother’s “Sunday Sauce” for a hearty family gathering. The 86 oz. jar of the red sauce filled with meatballs and sausage is available for $45 and feeds six hungry football fans. Get it here.