You don’t have to be a football fan to love the Super Bowl. Watching the game has become an American tradition almost as sacred as Thanksgiving, and probably a lot more fun. If you have been wondering where to go to enjoy the game in the company of some really rowdy revelers, then you have come to the right place:
• How about watching the game on a screen two stories high? For only $7 you will get pizza, snacks and at least one drink plus the privilege of seeing the game bigger than life. Check it out at the Nuyorican Poet’s Café at 236 East 3rd Street. Make your reservations on-line here.
• Pizza not your style for the Super Bowl? Well, how about buffalo wings, which will be served for free at half-time in the Chandelier Room of Fontana’s. The big screen there, plus $3 shots and happy hour prices should make the game an unforgettable experience. Fontana’s Bar is located at 105 Eldridge Street.
• At half-time Tammany Hall at 152 Orchard Street will present a DJ for the crowd’s listening and dancing pleasure. While watching the great game they will serve drink specials, wings and sliders. Sounds like fun to me.
It seems that no matter who actually comes up on top of the Super Bowl, everyone watching is a winner.