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Super Bowl 2014: Where to watch the game, who should cater your party

Potatopia's Curly Sue: curly fries topped with pepperjack and Parmesan cheeses, jalapeño, and garlic aioli
Potatopia's Curly Sue: curly fries topped with pepperjack and Parmesan cheeses, jalapeño, and garlic aioli

With the Super Bowl being held in our backyard next week, New Yorkers will want to be a part of the city’s buzz and excitement whether or not you consider yourself a football fan. Venues around the city will be showing the game, as well as offering numerous deals and promotions. If you are looking for a place to watch the game or if you will be hosting the party, here are some ideas to maximize the New York Super Bowl experience.

The Vince Lombardi trophy
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SideBAR: Head to SideBAR NYC where you can watch the game and commercials on 12 different HD screens while indulging in tailgate-style goodies, including Chef Jordan Andino’s special “Garbage” Bleu cheese crumble chicken wings which feature three sauces—garlic, BBQ, and a tangy hot sauce glaze.

Denver Broncos fans will want to head to SideBAR for the signature Super Bowl cocktails: the Bucking Bronco—the Bronco’s colors come together in this colorful concoction featuring Vision Vodka, orange soda, and Blue Curacao— and the Orange Crush—a refreshing drink featuring freshly squeezed orange juice and Vision Vodka with a splash of Triple Sec served over crushed ice. For additional information and tickets, please visit

120 East 15th Street
New York, New York 10003

Agozar!: Head downtown to Agozar! for a night of football and some Cuban infused cuisine. With a large flat screen at the bar and a projector in the dining room, you won’t miss a play while enjoying an open bar of draft beer, well drinks, and sangria complemented by food platters featuring 5-6 delicious options ($50 per person). Various food and drink specials will be available throughout the day, and each quarter will feature various prizes and giveaways.

324 Bowery
New York, New York 10012

Hudson Terrace: If a lounge is more your scene, Hudson Terrace is your place for the Super Bowl. Hosted by New York Giant Justin Tuck, general admission ($130 per person) includes premium open bar, appetizers, and cigars and Chivas scotch. Upgrade to VIP status by booking a table ($150 per person) or cabana ($250 per person) in the rooftop lounge complete with bottle service. For additional information and tickets, visit

Hudson Terrace
621 West 46th Street
New York, New York 10036

Potatopia: The Super Bowl is also creating opportunities for dining discounts. Out-of-towners and students have an opportunity to save 15% at Potatopia. Starting January 27th through Super Bowl Sunday, diners who show ID from the states of Washington or Colorado will receive 15% off their purchase.

Also, Potatopia will be offering 50% off all protein additions to any catering orders placed for pickup on Super Bowl Sunday. All orders must be made at least 24 hours in advance.

378 6th Avenue
New York, New York 10011

Tres Carnes: If you are hosting a Super Bowl party consider Tres Carnes for your catering needs. In addition to the popular slow smoked pork shoulder burritos and healthy “adobo smoked” chicken bowls, legendary Pit Master Mike Rodriguez brings his signature chili recipe featuring his own custom dry rub and brisket slowly smoked for 16 hours. For more information and ordering contact

Tres Carnes
688 6th Avenue
New York, New York 10010

Village Pourhouse: If cooking isn’t your cup of tea, consider heading to the Village Pourhouse. Feast on the world-famous burgers, sliders, and wings while watching the game on multiple screens and projectors. If you are hosting the party, let the Village Pourhouse provide the menu. For more information on catering, please contact

Village Pourhouse
64 3rd Avenue
New York, New York 10003

982 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, New York 10025

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