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New Yorkers quench "Football Fever" with these unique celebration packages

New York prepares for Super Bowl Sunday
New York prepares for Super Bowl Sunday
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For the first time in history, the people of New York and New Jersey are hosting the Super Bowl, one of the biggest games of the year. But as the frigid air of a polar vortex takes over the North East, fans, New Yorkers and those just in it for the commercials may be looking for a warmer place view the action.

Check out these “football fever” packages, where every seat in the house is not only the best seat in the house, it's also the most luxurious!

Kickoff and touchdown at Eventi
Kickoff and touchdown at Eventi

Kickoff and touchdown at Eventi

Eventi Hotel
851 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10001
(212) 564-4567

Kickoff and touchdown with a Super Bowl party at Eventi, A Kimpton Hotel. Hey, it might not be on the 50 yard line, but it's a step up from spilled beer and bar fights.

Come watch the biggest television event of the year on one of the biggest TV’s in New York City. Super Bowl XLVIII will be playing on Eventi’s Big Screen, a 16 x 30 foot LED Screen, located behind the hotel. With perfect views of the screen from the hotel’s second floor restaurant, Humphrey, guests will enjoy a special menu while catching the game on February 2.

Starting on Thursday, January 30th, we invite you to pregame with us with Super Bowl themed trivia, documentaries, XBOX Video Gaming and more. Guests will enjoy an enhanced Wine Hour on February 1 with football-themed snacks and staff in jerseys.

In addition, Eventi is offering the next best thing to your own private box at the Super Bowl (except you get to sleep here afterwards!). The Super Bowl Package includes:

  • 10 Executive room accommodations for three nights (checking in Friday, January 31)
  • Complimentary bottle of champagne welcome amenity
  • 20 guests for a Super Bowl screening in our private Screening Room
  • 10-foot screen with high-definition widescreen projector, surround-sound speakers
  • Butler-passed hors d’oeuvres for three hours
  • Your own private bar & bartender for five hours (5:30pm – 10:30pm)
  • $36,000 excluding taxes and gratuities
Get ready for some football at Langham Place Fifth Avenue
Get ready for some football at Langham Place Fifth Avenue Langham Place

Get ready for some football at Langham Place Fifth Avenue

Langham Place, Fifth Avenue
400 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10018
(212) 695-4005

The Langham Place Fifth Avenue is “ready for some football” with its 2014 Super Bowl Celebration package, complete complimentary NFL souvenirs, a chance to party with the pros and access to Sunday night big-screen viewing party in Measure.

The 2014 Super Bowl Celebration Package includes:

  • Luxurious accommodations for two at Langham Place, Fifth Avenue
  • Invitation to a private Party with the Pros, to be held at Langham Place, Fifth Avenue, and featuring autograph opportunities with NFL players
  • Two tickets to the exclusive Super Bowl viewing party in Measure Lounge, off of the hotel lobby, which will be outfitted with giant viewing screens all along the venue's perimeter, and a menu of tailgating-themed treats courtesy of Chef David Vandenabeele
  • Continental Breakfast for two in Measure Lounge throughout the weekend
  • Official Super Bowl program as a memento of this once-in-a-lifetime New York weekend, as well as a Super Bowl-themed VIP gift upon arrival

Access to the Super Bowl Viewing Party at Measure is available to all guests who book the Super Bowl Celebration Package, but will also be open to the public at $125 per person, which includes a full buffet of tail-gating inspired treats and open bar for the duration of the game.

All guests at Langham Place, Fifth Avenue enjoy their own personal assistant, flexible check-in and check-out times, complimentary internet, Nespresso coffee maker, water and soft drinks in their room; pressing of up to 5 items of clothing upon arrival; access to the hotel's house car, a Maserati Quattroporte, for drop-off service to any destination within Manhattan (based upon availability); and 24 hour Fitness Center and business center.

Guests who are in town for the Big Game can also enjoy brunch at the hotel’s signature restaurant, Ai Fiori, before heading to Met Life Stadium. On Game Day, Ai Fiori, will be offering their popular Sunday Jazz Brunch starting at 11:00 am ($64 per person), featuring a menu of sweet and savory brunch entrees, a European-style brunch buffet and live music. In honor of Super Bowl Sunday, Ai Fiori's award-winning beverage director, Eben Freeman, has created a menu of football-themed Bloody Marys. Ai Fiori, the Michelin-starred restaurant from James Beard Award-winning chef Michael White and Altamarea Group is located on Langham Place's 2nd floor and features a menu of French and Italian Riviera-inspired classics in a refined and elegant setting.

Cheer with the Gotham City Cheerleaders at The Court
Cheer with the Gotham City Cheerleaders at The Court The Court

Cheer with the Gotham City Cheerleaders at The Court

The Court – A St. Giles Premier Hotel
120-130 East 39th St.
New York, NY 10016
(212) 685-1100

Experience an exciting Super Bowl XLVIII viewing party in Manhattan with the Gotham city cheerleaders at The Court - A St Giles Premier Hotel.

This alternative invites guests and fans to come together at the hotel’s Icon Restaurant to watch one of the most highly anticipated games of the year while being accompanied by the striking Gotham City Cheerleaders, professional dancers dedicated to supporting the New York Giants. Plus, enjoy food and beverages to keep you warm inside. A $35.00 package includes admission and an endless bar snack buffet. For $50 more, you’ll also get bottomless drinks with a full house open bar.

Not only does this exciting viewing party include the presence of the Gotham City Cheerleaders; guests can take photos and purchase GCC s calendars to have them signed.

PepsiCo takes over Bryant Park to launch Super Bowl Celebration
PepsiCo takes over Bryant Park to launch Super Bowl Celebration Pepsi Co

PepsiCo takes over Bryant Park to launch Super Bowl Celebration

Bryant Park

PepsiCo is hosting a free, three-day Super Bowl Celebration in New York City's Winter Village at Bryant Park. A section of Bryant Park will be transformed into a first-of-its-kind, dome-enclosed space called #PEPCITY, designed to serve as a large-scale "thank you gift" to New York. The enclosed event experience will span 10,000 square feet and will offer the public complimentary tastes of unique, artisanal fare from celebrity chefs, while incorporating Broadway, art, sports and culture displays into multi-dimensional presentations of classic city experiences.

Three famed celebrity chefs – David Burke (Townhouse, Kitchen, Fishtail and Fromagerie), Marc Forgione (Marc Forgione) and Michael Psilakis (FISHTAG, Kefi, and MP Taverna) will create specialty menu items that incorporate PepsiCo products into unique recipes, reflective of their individual styles. Food will be offered at eight individual stations. Upon entering the space, guests will receive a "Taste of PepsiCo" passport that will enable them to sample and stamp each selection. All food samples will be provided for free.

Open to the public on Wednesday, January 29, Thursday, January 30, and Saturday, February 1, from 2 PM to 6:30 PM, #PEPCITY will convert to a free, ticketed performance space each evening at 8 PM, with performances by Austin Mahone, Prince Royce and on Saturday evening, headlining and closing out the event, Ziggy Marley. Tickets will be distributed online in advance of the performance, on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Entrance Experience
The entrance area of the experience will feature two original pieces by acclaimed contemporary American collaborative practice Snarkitecture. The Entrance Experience will present the image of a fictionalized New York City skyline, incorporating elements from different locations and historic periods into a unified silhouette, as well as an installation based on the famed Pepsi-Cola sign on the East River.

A sampling of the best of Broadway will be on display, with performances from Pippin, Newsies, Motown, Rocky, Mamma Mia!, and Chicago , appearing on stage throughout the day.

Capturing the energy of New York City's cultural arts scene, playwright Lemon Andersen will perform an excerpt from his critically acclaimed stage memoir. Beginning with a recounting of his win at the Tony Awards, Andersen then takes the audience through a vivid portrait of his coming-of-age experiences growing up in Brooklyn.

As he performs, three artists – Jolt, Valerie Carpender, and Marcela Gutierrez, will surround him and create real-time visual art pieces.

The passion and rivalry synonymous with New York sports will be brought to life in a dramatic rap battle between rappers Yonas and Dylan Owen. Radio host L. Boogs of Hot 97 will serve as referee. The musicians will face each other in a battle of rhyme and rap, as they represent their respective Super Bowl teams.

A model of New York's ubiquitous living quarter – the diverse apartment building – will have a home inside the experience. A multi-media, multi-sensorial piece titled "Blackout" will be presented in five screens, and provide a look into the private lives of five extraordinary New York apartments and their respective inhabitants.

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