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

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The biggest Sunday of the year is finally upon us — Super Bowl LIV (that’s “54” for those of us who have to Google Roman numerals — no, Liv Tyler is not involved). Watch the 49ers take on the Chiefs at any one of these Westchester locales this Sunday, February 2, where you can enjoy beer, prizes, and even hang out with a former NFL player yourself. 

Empire City Casino

810 Yonkers Ave, Yonkers
914.968.4200

Watch the big game on all the 47 television screens at The Pub, while enjoying a limited time “5 for $5 Menu.” During the game, Budweiser (and Bud Light), as well as appetizer-style Buffalo chicken sliders, jumbo hot dogs, and meatball parmesan trios will all be available for just $5 each.

Maggie Spillane’s Bar & Restaurant

571 Gramatan Ave, Mt Vernon
914.699.8900

Maggie Spillane’s is offering a catering menu for Super Bowl Sunday that includes an array of food choices such as 40 wings (two flavors) for $60 and 80 wings (three flavors) for $100. (You get also swap in chicken tenders for wings at $50/$90.) If you want to party in-house, Maggie’s is offering a complimentary half-time buffet and beer specials while you watch the game live on all HDTVs, as well as prizes like gift cards and memorabilia. 

NY Firehouse Grille

63 Welcher Ave, Peekskill
914.788.0808

This popular up-county grill is packed on most game days, thanks to free-flowing suds and delicious snacks. Notorious for their wings, the Firehouse will be offering 50¢ wings during the game, plus $2 hot dogs, $4 sliders, $6 pig skins, $8 “Irish nachos,” and $10 sampler platters. They’ve also got you covered if you’d rather watch the game from your living room, so check out their catering package options as well.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Parlor

14 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry
914.478.8200
Chef DiBari’s rivertown pizza parlor is serving up some scintillating specials for the big game, including in-house buckets of domestic ($15) and craft beer ($22) buckets (six-apiece). For dine-in or take-out, you can also score an epic Wood Fired Super Bowl Box for $50, which packs in a dozen wood-fired wings with everything Caesar dressing, eight smoked St. Louis ribs with tamarind BBQ sauce, and a huge wood-fired stromboli with basil pesto and pomodoro. (Or pick three servings of any one!)

 
 
 
 
 
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Rudy’s

156 S Central Ave, Hartsdale
914.358.9051

Rudy’s in Hartsdale is the place to be for a rollicking good Super Bowl party, complete with giveaways and prizes for a measely $5 admission. Pick from any of the 42 TVs to watch the game and choose what to eat from an extensive menu of wings (there’s eighty flavors to pick from!) or the $6 and $7 football menu. Half trays of wings for $50 and full trays for $95 are also available. Don’t forget about a drink to wash down all the food — Rudy’s is offering tons of drink specials on drafts, buckets, shots, and even select wine and liquor.

Smokehouse Tailgate Grill

320 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck
914.341.1655

With a name like “Tailgate,” you know we have to recommend this favored Westchester smokehouse. The crew is hosting an unlimited “Taps & Apps” event from 5:30 p.m. till the game ends. $30 ($15 online deposit, $15 due at the door) buys you unlimited appetizers and craft brews. That includes nibbles like empanadas, meatball sliders, and the house’s award-winning tailgate wings!

 
 
 
 
 
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Zuppa Restaurant & Lounge

59 Main St, Yonkers
914.376.6500
Zuppa is once again offering its yearly party for Super Bowl Sunday. Festivities begin at 6 p.m. with waves of snackables arriving pre-game, which will play on the restaurants numerous TVs and a massive 12-foot big screen. Burgers, sliders, paninis, pizza, and more start with the first quarter, followed by a half-time buffet and fourth quarter dessert of mini cappuccino and espresso with zeppole and Nutella pizza. Tickets are $80 for adults (includes beer, wine, and soft drinks) and $50 for minors. The menu will include familiar bites with some classic Zuppa twists: prosciutto and mozzarella beef sliders, peperoncino chicken wings with Gorgonzola fondue, espresso ribs, and plenty more.