Here’s Where You Can Catch the Super Bowl in Westchester

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The biggest Sunday of the year is almost upon us, so we’re rounding up where to watch the Super Bowl for the greatest deals and parties.

Watch the Chiefs take on the Eagles during the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 12 at any one of these Westchester locales, where you can enjoy beer, wings, prizes, and a football field’s worth of good cheer.


51 Old White Plains Rd, Tarrytown; 914.631.9679

More than 10 TVs surround the dining space of the family-owned and -operated Demeter’s. From burgers and nachos to pizza and homemade chili, this Tarrytown sports bar has something for every football fan. Plus, the kitchen is open until 10 p.m., allowing you to tackle the game one dish at a time.

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Mickey Spillane’s

431 White Plains Rd, Eastchester; 914.395.3838

Mickey Spillane’s is ready for football fans to huddle around its lively bar filled with screens on all sides for the big game. Located in the heart of Eastchester, the eatery offers a wide range of Irish and American dishes, like wings, taco bowls, and shepherd’s pie, along with a great atmosphere for watching the game with friends and family.

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NY Firehouse Grille

63 Welcher Ave, Peekskill; 914.690.7750

Head over to Peekskill if you’re looking for hot wings, cold beers, and all the bar food in between. This notorious wing spot has a whole playbook of dine-in Sunday football specials you won’t want to miss. The specials include 99-cent wings that come in more than 50 flavors, plus $4 hotdogs, $8 sliders, $10 nachos, fried chicken shrimp, a $12 NFL sampler, $4 pints, $15 pitchers, and a $34 beer tower. Touchdown!

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The Shop Ardsley

711 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley; 914.591.4321

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This hybrid restaurant in Ardsley made a snap decision to expand its hours for Super Bowl Sunday. Enjoy the full game on three 60-inch screens, with sound, while chowing down on all types of appetizers, burgers, or a full rotisserie chicken. The American spot offers not only a huge menu, but an even better ambiance perfect for a family-friendly Super Bowl.

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Smokehouse Tailgate Grill  

587 North Ave, New Rochelle; 914.813.8686

Grab your best eaters and get ready to go feast mode at Smokehouse on Sunday. For $50 per person, the restaurant is hosting unlimited “taps & apps.” Favorites include the buffalo chicken dip, tailgate wings, and barbecue tacos. All guests must be 21-plus, and tickets (which can be purchased on the restaurant’s website) are required.

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X20 on the Hudson

71 Grant St, Yonkers; 914.965.1111

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Join Chef Peter Kelly and his crew for the big game as they host their Super Bowl Bash. For $150 per person, your party will be served a luxurious spread of hors d’oeuvres and stadium snacks, with sweet desserts to finish. Guests can enjoy an open bar throughout the game as well as a full menu passed buffet-style to your table. We couldn’t think of a better way to watch the game in style.

The Royal Regency Hotel

165 Tuckahoe Rd, Yonkers; 914.476.6200

Head over to The Royal Regency Hotel for a Super Bowl watch party. The hotel is running a special for $55 per person. The party starts at 5:30 p.m. and wraps up whenever the game is finished! Included in the special is beer, house wine, soft drinks, a buffet stocked with wings, sliders, and more snackable treats.

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Bonus: Jack’s 

219 Main St, Eastchester; 914.652.7650

If you’ve decided to host game day at your house, Jack’s in Eastchester is offering a Super Bowl platter to-go menu for game day in Westchester. The menu features gameday favorites like touchdown wings, smoked secondary wings, loaded game fries topped with chipotle cheese sauce and bacon bits, and a Super Bowl platter featuring barbecue ribs, onion rings, wings, tenders, curry samosas, and beef sliders. Each platter serves six people.  

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