bug-superbowl-pig.pngIt's time for Super Bowl XLIII noshing plans to begin. Lucky for all you sports fans, these fine establishments will keep your pints and plates full while the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Arizona Cardinals battle this Sunday.


Dewey's Flatiron: As long as you don't bet too heavy on the game, you can drink and feed yourself fairly cheaply from 6 p.m. to the Super Bowl's final play. For $40, the all-you-can-drink-and-eat special includes domestic draft beer wings. 210 Fifth Avenue, Flatiron (b/n 25th and 26th Streets; map). 212-696-2337.

Rogue Restaurant & Bar: Beer buckets, pitchers, wing combos and giveaways all Super Bowl day long. 757 Sixth Avenue, Chelsea (b/n 25th and 26th Streets, map); 212-242-6434.

Stanton Public: Not usually a food spot, Stanton Public is treating their customers to a bar buffet of wings, fries, chicken fingers, and mozzarella sticks to go with some drink specials: $3 Bud Light bottles, $4 Yuengling pints, and a $5 PBR and whiskey shot combo. 17 Stanton Street, Lower East Side (b/n Bowery and Christie Streets; map); 212-677-5555.

Jeremy's Ale House: Watch the Super Bowl with a giant cup of Bud Light for $4 and balance it out with 25-cent wings and 50-cent hot dogs. 228 Front Street, South Street Sea Port (b/n Peck Slip and Beekman Streets; map); 212-964-3537.

Fiddlesticks: The yearly buffet of wings, calamari, mozzarella sticks, and other fried, bar food fare is backā€”and free. 56 Greenwich Avenue, West Village (b/n 6th and 7th Avenues; map); 212-463-0516.

Joshua Tree West: The busy Hell's Kitchen joint will be packed, and can you blame them with $10 pitchers of Miller and Bud, $5 apple-tinis, cosmos, and lemon drop martinis, and $4 bottles of American Ale? A "special Super Bowl menu" to absorb the liquids is also in the works. 366 W. 46th Street, Hell's Kitchen (b/n 8th and 9th Avenues; map); 212-489-1920.

The Gael Pub: Hit this bar for $12 pitchers of Bud Light, $3 Bud bottles, a free halftime buffet, and free shot for every touchdown, regardless of the team. 1465 Third Avenue, Upper East Side (b/n 82nd and 83rd Street, map); 212-517-4141.


South 4th: Watch the game and make your own bloody Mary ($5) and chase it with a first course of chicken wings, then the winning chili (from their chili cook-off contest last year) and for dessert, slice into the six-foot hero. 90 South 4th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (at Berry St, map). 718-218-7478.

The Brazen Head: This large bar features two televisions, happy hour prices throughout the game, free wings, and plenty of places to sit. 228 Atlantic Avenue, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn (b/n Boerum Hill Place and Court Street; map); 718-488-0430.

Waterstone Grill: Five televisions, and all-you-can eat wings, barbecue pork sliders, Stella draft, and bottles of Bud for $25. Score! 79 Pearl Street, Dumbo (at Front Street; map); 212-943-1602.

Cherry Tree: No food specials yet at this small Brooklyn "beer" bar, but they're offering $5 drafts and $3 shots all day long. 65 4th Avenue, Park Slope, (at Bergen Street; map); 718-399-1353.

The Alibi: For decades, this dive bar has been going on strong. Super Bowl Sunday is no different. Expect a free pizza and wing spread during halftime, adding to the already cheap drinks. 242 DeKalb Avenue, Fort Greene (b/n Vanderbilt and Clermont Avenues; map); 718-783-8519.

Park Slope Ale House: This busy neighborhood bar scores a touchdown with their 50-cent wings and $3 Harpoon beer specials. 356 6th Avenue, Park Slope (at 5th Street; map); 718-788-1756.

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