Where To Watch The Big Game This Weekend

Where To Watch The Big Game This Weekend

There are plenty of things to contemplate on Super Bowl Sunday: How happy/sad will I be when my favored team wins/loses? Will the halftime show be any good? Most importantly, should I change my fantasy football team’s name for next year? But, before all that, you should at least know where you’re going to watch the big game. With Super Bowl XLVIII headed to the Garden State this weekend, there are plenty of places in nearby New York City to watch the game, have some fun and eat plenty of food. In Midtown, Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club New York is currently celebrating Super Bowl XLVIII with a guest celebrity chef, who is preparing a gourmet complimentary buffet each day. Hustler NY opens at noon today thru Sunday, with the gourmet buffet served from 2 to 7 p.m. today thru Saturday. On Super Bowl Sunday, the gourmet buffet will be served from 4 to 7 p.m. and the celebrity chef will greet fans as well as prepare a special complimentary dessert to be served at halftime. Hustler NY features 25 TVs throughout the club, including themed private rooms, as well as heated roof deck cigar lounges. Hundreds of entertainers from around the country will be dressed in provocative game day attire and on hand during the game. In Queens, Resorts World Casino New York Citywill host WFAN’s Marc Malusis and sports-talk personality Sid Rosenberg on Sunday. Marc and Sid will be hosting a live pre-game and halftime show. During the festivities, football fans can answer trivia, meet the hosts, win prizes and more. Watch the game in the casino’s Bar 360, which boasts a 28-foot high-def screen. Midtown’s Suite 36will no doubt be tuned into the game on several of its 43 TVs. Private viewing suites, with their own sound and air-conditioning units, are available for small and large catered parties. To make a reservation, email reservations@suite36nyc.com or call 212.695.0036. In the Flatiron District, Bounce Sporting Clubwill have all of its 30 TVs showing the Super Bowl. The place will be pretty packed, but for a good chance of getting in, show up when the venue opens at 2 p.m. on game day. The restaurant will also host an event at Highline Ballroom on Sunday. For more, click here. For more places to watch the game, plus Super Bowl-related offers, click here. 

Photo credit: Bounce Sporting Club, courtesy of Harley Brooks

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