5 Tips for Superbowl Sunday in Manhattan


Whether you plan to order delivery or snag a seat at a bar for the big game, here are five spots serving up Superbowl fare:

1. Brinkleys
406 Broome Street at Centre Street

For a lively atmosphere on game day, head to Brinkleys in Soho. This pub and kitchen is known for healthy versions of classic comfort food, such as the half organic chicken or grass-fed burger topped with beefsteak tomato. If you’d rather munch on shared plates throughout the game, order up sweet chili quail wings or pigs in a blanket. Local New York beers are on tap.

2. Dirty Bird To Go
204 West 14th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues

If you’re hosting a Superbowl bash and cooking isn’t your thing, let Dirty Bird do all the work . Choose between buttermilk dipped fried chicken (fried in peanut oil), slow roasted rotisserie chicken, or chicken fingers with homemade honey dijon or BBQ sauce — all made from locally raised chickens that are hormone- and antibiotic-free. And don’t forget the sides, including sautéed garlic kale.

3. Brickyard Gastropub
785 9th Avenue between 52nd and 53rd Streets

Brickyard Gastropub is offering up a “Super Bowl with Sophistication.” Parties of 2 or more who make a reservation will have guaranteed seats with views of a 50-inch TV, plus access to an open bar and hors d’oeuvres. For $65 a head, watch the game while sipping on a variety of 20 craft beers and nibbling on Thai sweet chicken wings, chicken satay, veggie spring rolls, and coconut shrimp.

4. Fatty Cue
50 Carmine Street, between Bleecker and Bedford

Leave it to the folks at Fatty Cue to design an irresistible takeaway menu for the Super Bowl. Chow down on heritage pork ribs, smoked chicken wings, sub sandwiches, roasted brussel sprouts and smoked mashed potatoes. Prices range from $175 for 5 people up to $595 for 20 people.

5. Jimmy’s No 43
43 East 7th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues

Cheer for the Giants at Jimmy’s No 43 in the East Village, which is bringing in a special cable feed and TV in honor of the big game. Share a few small plates, like seared beef with Tuscan kale, or order up an entree, like the grass-fed beef burger. Wash it all down with Jimmy’s ample selection of craft beers.

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