If you’re a millennial New Yorker (which describes everyone who reads this blog) you probably don’t have cable. So you either have to find a way to illegally stream Super Bowl 50 online, or you need to find a bar or a party to go to. If you’re feeling social and prefer option 2, we’ve got you covered. Here are five great places to tune in:
1. Village Pourhouse
Village Pourhouse is known as the city’s best beer bar, and on Super Bowl Sunday, they’re offering an open bar which will last the entire game. Add to that their menu of delicious pub grub, and you’ve got yourself the perfect party, where you don’t have to cook a single thing.
2. Il Bastardo
A step up from a sports bar, this Italian restaurant will be serving football-themed cuisine all night, and will provide a viewing room with a giant projector to watch the game. If you RSVP on the Fever app, you can also get a free beer.
3. Monarch Rooftop
This luxurious rooftop bar with spectacular views of midtown Manhattan will have the Super Bowl playing on multiple 60 inch hi-def TVs. There is a cover charge for this event, but the $15 you pay gets you access to a one hour open bar before the game starts.
4. West End Hall
This eclectic and rambunctious beer haven on the Upper West Side is throwing an extravagant Super Bowl party. Tickets are on the pricey side, but you will get to enjoy unlimited food and drink, which includes classic Super Bowl party food and an interesting selection of draft beers.
5. Little Town Social
If you live in Hoboken, or want to spend some time with friends in Hoboken, Little Town Social is a great place for you to all watch the Super Bowl. They are also offering an open bar which will last the entire game—definitely worth it with over 100 beer selections.
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