We rounded up a variety of venues for watching the Big Game. Some choices are more upscale restaurants, while some are your basic bar plus TV plus beer. Some are running food and drink specials for the game, while others are business as usual. Did we forget your favorite spot? Let us know in the comments.Read More
Here Are Some Fun Places to Watch the Super Bowl
Blue Collar Bar
Fun local bar with plenty of TVs, a pool table, darts, and lots of beer.
OK, so it's the wrong time of year for all the Yankees memorabilia, but it's still a low-key fun place with juicy burgers.
Boasts “the widest selection of Tequila and draft beer you will find anywhere in the Hamptons.” That works for us! Watch the game while enjoying some tasty Mexican.
The daily 4PM to 6PM happy hour will be extended though the first half of the game. All wines by the glass, tap beers, and house pour cocktails are half price. The bar menu is also half price during happy hour and through the first half of the game. This includes local grass-fed beef sliders and organic buffalo wings.
Muse In The Harbor
Muse is holding a Super Bowl party hosted by the lovely Heather, featuring $4 drafts and $5 wings.
There will be in house food and drink specials, take out specials and raffles for those catching the game at Townline. New bar menu items include steamed pork belly buns and pig poppers: jalapenos stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon and smoked. There will also be $4 pints of the draft beer of the day.
Indian Wells Tavern
Indian Wells always runs football specials including $4 drafts. The game can be viewed on three large flatscreens.
Upscale pub food in a beautiful setting makes Rowdy a great place to catch the game. Try the fish and chips.
Unpretentious local place with cozy booths and good prices.
The Point Bar & Grill
16 TVs and "old school drinking" along with local seafood, burgers and wings make the Point a fun hangout.
This local bar is right on the water. Unpretentious drinking spot for those who want cold beer in a honky tonk kind of joint.