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Find the Best NYC Bar for Super Bowl Sunday

Plus, 5 other events to hit up before the game
Super Bowl Events in NYC 2018
Photo: Emilio Pabon Photography

For some of you, it might be the Super Bowl "from hell," but refusing to choose sides this Sunday doesn't exclude you from the beer and game-day snacks associated with the ordeal. Here's where to catch the big game in NYC, plus five other weekend events to hit up before the 6:30 p.m. kickoff.

All Weekend

NYC Winter Cocktail Tippler

Go on a grand tour of NYC's 15 best cocktail dens, thanks to this "passport" of vouchers that will provide a happy hour buzz—for just around $1.25 a drink.

Sunday, February 4

Brooklyn Brewery Tour

Beyond sipping Brooklyn Lager straight from the source, this intimate walking tour also includes visits to a chocolate factory and a tasting of hot sauces led by pepper "sommeliers."

Sundae Sermon Brunch

All the proceeds from this 20$ all-you-can-eat brunch, which also includes two hours of dancing, will go toward the United Negro College Fund. 

Roots of Cacao: A New York City Chocolate Symposium

Instead of trading business cards and handshakes, this professional conference delves deep into the history of chocolate, with plenty of tastings to go around. 


Chinese & Taiwanese Winter Tea Tasting

Who needs speakeasies when you have a secret tea parlor? Spend the afternoon with a different kind of craft brew.  

Where to Catch the Game

Massoni

Spend the day at Dale Talde's restaurant at the Arlo NoMad hotel, where viewers will get three hours of unlimited beer, wings, nachos and crispy pan pizza. 

Pennsy Food Hall

Don't want to limit yourself to just mozzarella sticks? Head to this Midtown food hall, where the bar is offering beer specials depending on which team you're rooting for as you crowd your table with ramen from Ivan Orkin, steak sandwiches from Pat LaFrieda and more.


The Biergarten at The Standard Hotel

This biergarten tucked right under the High Line will be doling out steins of German beer well until midnight. Because only the best will do for the biggest football game of the year.

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