Whether you’re staying in for the big game or heading out to watch on someone else’s big screen, we’ve got all your Super Bowl snacking covered. Read on for the best places to watch the best commercials of the year and where to order your all important halftime meal from.

 

Going Out:

Due West

 

due west interior

Located in the heart of the West Village, Due West has multiple big screen TV’s and is the perfect spot to start your Super Bowl celebrations! Grab your friends and come check out Due West’s $13 Super Bowl Combo featuring Chicken Bites served Buffalo style with Bleu Cheese and celery plus your choice of one of their signature shots including the Undead (gin, absinthe and lemon) and the Delusional (Mezcal, aperol, chartreuse and lime).

Due West
189 W 10th Street
Sunday: 12 PM – 12 AM

Clinton Hall

 

Clinton Hall

The city’s staple beer hall is offering $30 buckets of beer and $25 giant bowls of wings for the Super Bowl at all Clinton Hall locations. The regular menu, which includes tons of sharable appetizers and decadent burgers, will also be available. Drink up and chow down while watching the game on their 100 inch HD projector screen.

Clinton Hall
90 Washington Street (FiDi)
16 W 36th Street
230 E 51st Street
247 Metropolitan Avenue (Williamsburg)
601 E 189th Street (Bronx)
Sunday: all open midnight or later

Bell Book & Candle

 

bell book & candle

Bell Book & Candle 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. Don’t think they forgot to include drinks! Drink up with $25 beer buckets of Bud Light, Heineken, Tecate and Coors Banquet.

Bell Book & Candle
141 W 10th Street
Sunday: 5:30 PM – 2 AM (Kitchen closes at 10:30 PM)

 

Staying In:

Ess-a-Bagel

 

The Ess-a-Bagel near Stuyvesant Town on 1st Avenue and 19th Street will put every other sub you’ve ever eaten to shame with their Super Bagel filled with meats, cheeses, and condiments. Your guests might even get so distracted they loose sight of the game!

Ess-a-Bagel
324 1st Avenue
Sunday: 6 AM – 5 PM

Ed’s Lobster Bar

ed's lobster bar wings

lobster slidersIf you’re a die-hard Patriots fan and want to express that in your food, too, look no further than Ed’s Lobster Bar for all your New England-style food needs. Their catering menu includes mini lobster rolls, garlic parmesan wings, fish tacos, and beef chili. To place an order, call Ed’s Lobster Bar (212) 343-3236 or email Chef Ed McFarland at edward@lobsterbarnyc.com. Orders are available for pickup or delivery (Manhattan only).

 

Ed’s Lobster Bar
222 Lafayette Street
Sunday: 12:00–9:30 PM

Rosa Mexicano

 

rosa mexicano super bowl

This classic Mexican spot is famous for their table-side guacamole…it just usually isn’t your table-side! Take home a Big Game Fiesta Package of freshly made guac, chips and salsa for $55 and all you’ll have to do is sit back and relax. To make your life even easier, add on the Refresher Pack of margarita bases in flavors like blood orange-pomegranate and mango-pineapple-jalapeño. Each flavor costs $29 and makes 16 cocktails, just add tequila!

Rosa Mexicano
41 Murray Street (Tribeca)
9 E 18th Street (Union Square)
1063 1st Avenue (58th Street)
61 Columbus Avenue (62nd Street)
Sunday: all open until 10 PM or later