Where to Watch the Super Bowl in New York City

This weekend is the High Holy Days for football fans: Yes, Super Bowl Sunday is upon us, and whichever team you cheer (we, in our New York offices, are in no way biased towards our own Giants), there are plenty of places throughout New York City to watch the game with like-minded people. Here is a list from GONYC and NYCGo of places throughout the Boroughs that will be screening the big game on Sunday:


NYRR Gridiron Classic & Longest Football Toss

Before you plant yourself on the couch to watch the Super Bowl, get some exercise at this annual New York race and football toss competition. During the race, you can vote with your feet for the team you think will win the Super Bowl later in the day. If your team wins, you’ll be entered in a raffle for special prizes.

Joshua Tree

Three twelve-foot screens ensure you'll have a good view of the game if you pick this Upper East Side bar to drink at while you watch the Super Bowl.


This Gramercy bar offers the ability to watch games like you do at a traditional sports bar, with a touch of class. They have two plasma screens and a projection tv that ensure you'll be able to enjoy the game without all the frat boys and lockeroom feel of many sports bars.

Ship of Fools

With 36 TVs, including eight large screens, this Upper East Side sports bar offers extensive viewing options from the Super Bowl to any other sporting events you may want to watch.


This Times Square bar has so many TVs, there are even some in the bathroom. 

Other options, courtesy of NYCGo:

200 Fifth, Park Slope

B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, Times Square

Beckett's Bar & Grill, Financial District

The Bell House, Gowanus

Bourbon Street Bar & Grille, Times Square

Brooklyn Bowl, Williamsburg

Brother Jimmy's BBQ, Midtown West and various other locations

Hooters, Midtown West

Hurley's Saloon, Times Square

Jack Demsey's, Midtown West

Knitting Factory, Williamsburg

McGee's Pub, Midtown West

Mickey Mantle's Restaurant & Sports Bar, Midtown West

Mustang Sally's, Chelsea

Playwright Celtic Pub, Times Square

Playwright Irish Pub, Midtown West

Playwright Tavern, Times Square

The Ranger Texas Barbecue at Legends Bar, Jackson Heights

Social Bar & Lounge, Hell's Kitchen

Southern Hospitality, Midtown West and Upper East Side

The Stadium Grill at Bowlmor Lanes Midtown, Times Square

Stone Street Tavern, Financial District

Tonic Restaurant & Bar, Times Square

Yotel New York, Times Square


Photo courtesy of Giants.com

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