5 Best Bars to View Super Bowl in NYC

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Super Bowl Sunday is swiftly approaching. This year, America’s most anticipated event will be held at the state-of-the-art Levi’s Stadium, which is the greenest and most technologically advanced professional football stadium in the United States, on Feb. 7th at 3:25 p.m. Millions will be glued to their high-tech televisions as they cheer on Cam Netwon, the youthful quarterback for the Carolina Panthers, or Peyton Manning, the more seasoned quarterback for the Denver Broncos.

While Super Bowl 50 will mark the ninth time the Denver Broncos return to Super Bowl, this will be the Carolina Panthers second chance at the ultimate showdown.

If planning a Super Bowl watch party seems like a drag, Haute Living has you covered. We’ve selected five of our favorite bars that are throwing the hautest Super Bowl party. RSVP for your tickets before it’s too late.

1 South West NY

Chef Ambrosio has created a special gameday menu, in addition to the regular menu, and a plethora of ticket options, each coming with different food options so there’s something for everyone. RSVP for free standing room and order off the menu at the bar or confirm yourself a table for the gameday gourmet menu or buy a package from the link below for 2-8 people, each includes wings and drinks! The restaurant and bar will be split into two sides, a side for Denver fans and a side for Carolina fans and of course, festive party favors will be given out.
301 South End Avenue New York, N.Y. 10280 (212) 945-0528

2 Slate NY

Slate is the premier upscale sports lounge in flatiron, with 17 Super Bowl Sundays under its belt. It boasts 16,000 square-feet and two levels of games such as pool, ping pong and foosball, over 40 TVs, a nine-foot megatron and a gourmet menu by celebrity chef Darryl Harmon. On Super Bowl Sunday, look out for Denver and Carolina inspire dishes and cocktails, in addition to his infamous “Undefeated Sundays” menu. For a high-energy party with live music by a celebrity DJ during commercial breaks, Slate has different packages and ticket options to chose from.
54 W 21st Street New York, NY 10010 (212) 989-0096

3 Clinton Hall

Clinton Hall, a staple in the craft beer community in FiDi, will be playing the game with sound on their state of the art TVs, and are thrilled to be carrying craft beers, on draft poured through their flux capacitor for the perfect pour every time. In addition, Clinton Hall’s new 20/20 menu, featuring their homemade Buffalo wings and 20 craft burger, is brand new and perfect for gameday, featuring stand outs like the Cheeto Burger, Truffle Shuffle Burger, and the Jalapeno Cream Cheese burger, plus more unique innovative burgers. Play giant Jenga, giant Chess, beer-pong and more while watching the game!
90 Washington Street New York, NY 10006 (212) 363-6000

4 40/40 Club

This all-American sports bar and lounge owned by hip-hop mogul Jay Z and partner Juan Perez will be hosting SuperSunday50 in honor of the Super Bowl. The 12,000 square feet, multi-level space includes a custom 20’ x 20’ illuminated resin top bar encircling an 18-foot tall illuminated champagne tower. The arena style seating area features four 165in state-of-the-art video walls. There are also five VIP Lounges available to guests. SuperSunday50 features a number of exclusive VIP party packages and private VIP rooms for game-day.
6 W 25th Street New York, NY 10010 (212) 832-4040

5 American Whiskey

Home to both whiskey aficionados and curious amateurs, this 6,500 square foot venue will be offering a four-course dinner, whiskey and wine pairing on game-day. In addition, American Whiskey will feature two specialty cocktails for gameday — Old Man 1 8 (the Denver Broncos cocktail) and Dabb on Em (the Carolina Panthers cocktail).
247 W 30th Street New York, NY 10001 (212) 967-1070
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