The Giants have made it to the Big Game and men and women alike will be flocking to flat screen TVs around city. Here are our top five picks for where to go for Beer and Ball this Superbowl Sunday.
1 Bounce Sporting Club
After the grand opening this fall, New Yorkers can watch the Superbowl on one of 30 HD TVs at this brand new 4,000-square-foot sporting lounge. Adorned in oak and a large vintage scoreboard for decor, each seat has an unobstructed view of the screens and scene. Try the drinks by mixologist Chelsey Dunkel and house specialties like the Bounce Martini, which mixes vodka, blackberries, lime juice and ginger. If you get hungry, have no fear. The Asian-influenced American plates, like spicy Korean chicken wings and Morooccan spiced lamb sliders are the perfect items to compliment a cold one.
2 40/40 Club
40/40 Club- This multi-level American lounge and sports bar features flat screen TV’s and opulent décor, perfect for those trying to watch the big game in luxury fit for some of the top celebrities in the game. Owned by hip-hop giant Jay-Z, the 40/40 Club just got a $10 million renovation inspired by the nightlife that keeps the big apple buzzing. Head chef, Mike Shand created a menu focused on American cuisine with an upscale twist. While your watching the game try the 40/40 Club sliders or if you’re in a sweets mood, try the fried Twinkie.
3 The Ainsworth
With 40 flat-screens, 6,000 square feet, and a crowd of mainly thirty-something year old men in suits, this bar serves up food from locavore chef Dave Feimster (Spago), and a vibe you would expect from owner Matt Shendell (Dune in the Hamptons). The antique black chandeliers, leather seats and banquettes and funky wallpaper glam up your typical sports bar scene.
4 SNAP Sports Bar
With mahogany wood and a vintage aura to the bar, SNAP mixes the sports bar vibe that any sports fanatic would look for with a twist of trendiness for all those go-getters. With throwback posters of sports legends, sixteen flat screen TV’s and a floor with brass artwork inspired by tournament brackets, Snap is an ideal destination for any sports event or a night out.
5 Warren 77
New York Rangers star Sean Avery brings a vintage, hipster feel to the yuppies of Trribeca with this faux dive bar. While hockey fans will appreciate an original Warhol portrait of Wayne Gretzky, this place isn't just for puck lovers. NFL fans will appreciate the big screens come Superbowl Sunday. It’s not for the ultimate beer guzzling sports fan, but if you’re more interested in socializing than watching every play by play then cozy up in the green leather booths, accessorized with individual TVs and enjoy the atmosphere.