Super Bowl Sunday is around the corner. Where will you be catching the big game? Here are some spots the Ferrvor Team put together whether you’re in The City of Angels or The Big Apple.
Located in the heart of Tribeca, Manhattan Proper offers many big screen TV’s scattered around the venue, and ensures that you won’t miss a second of the big game. A fresh aesthetic that is unlike your typical sports bar, the modern decor and class of this fine establishment sets itself apart. With drink specials and a Super Bowl Menu, your ready to go.
Tír na nÓg
As if Irish Pubs aren’t fun enough already, Times Square hot spot, Tír na nÓg, has 16 HD televisions and a projector, plus an open bar that’ll keep you coming back all game long. Wings, snacks and even a halftime dinner will all be served throughout the game along with raffles and the all-popular Super Bowl pools. And from what we hear, this is the place where the New England faithful will congregate. How’s that for a celebration?
18 stories up in The James Hotel, Jimmy, is a bar literally above the rest. Enjoy cocktails and the game from projection screens and Hi-Def TVs from rooftop bar which is inspired from the 1970s. Views of various NYC spots such as Midtown, Wall Street and the Hudson are just an extra treat.
33 Taps is one of the premier bars in Hollywood and is located right at the popular intersection of Hollywood and Vine. 205-seats, 40 HDTVs, game-day food specials, and premium cocktails and beers on tap, you’ll be enjoying Super Bowl Sunday in the middle of the one of the most famous Film cities in the world.
Another Hollywood sports bar has made our list, The Parlor. Quality sound systems and 50 HDTVs will bring a game day experience like you’re sitting at the 50-yard line. Hand-crafted specialty cocktails and a menu filled with the chef’s special take on American comfort food, this swanky lounge-like sports bar offers the comforts of your own living room.
Rush Street, is a multi-level venue located in Culvery City and named after Chicago’s famous “Rush Street”. Chicago is a city rich in cultural with a passion for sports, Rush Street exudes that vibe, so it is no surprise why this establishment will be a go-to place come Sunday.
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here. Where will you be watching the big game?