Superbowl 2013

1x1.trans Superbowl 2013Sunday, February 3 is the day you’ve been waiting for, Superbowl 47. But you’ve been too busy to even think about where to watch the game or what to eat. No worries, we’ve got you covered.

1x1.trans Superbowl 2013Hecho en Dumbo: 354 Bowery – New York - Chef Mena will be serving his now-legendary alitas de pollo (Mexican chicken wings) and cantina’s signature short rib and pork belly sliders. Best part, you can then wash it all down with a michelada or… dos…or tres.

1x1.trans Superbowl 2013Fort Reno: 652 Union St. – Park Slope – Brooklyn: You throw the best Superbowl party in town, but you can’t cook. Make your life easier and skip the cooking, let Fort Reno cater your party. Satisfy your guests with racks of St. Louis Ribs, slabs of Fatty Beef Brisket, and whole BBQ Chickens. Smoked meats and hearty sides like Mac & Cheese, Mashed Potatoes, and Burnt End Beans come by the pound. Super Bowl platters can be customized and made for parties of any size. To place an order, email fortrenobbq at gmail dot com. I suggest you order soon, their food is off the hook.

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Pera Soho: 54 Thompson Street – SoHo-  On Sunday, February 3rd, Pera Soho will be hosting a Super Bowl XLVII celebration. The Mediterranean restaurant features a sophisticated, large bar set up that will be showing the game along with happy hour prices throughout the duration of the game.  The special menu includes half priced bottles of wine along with delectable dishes, such House Signature Chicken “Shashlik,” Wild Mushroom Pappardelle and Mediterranean Sea Bass a la Plancha for only $29 per person.

1x1.trans Superbowl 2013Provence en Boite: 263 Smith St.- Cobble Hill/Brooklyn - Chef Jean Jacques Bernat wants to help you make Valentine’s Special. He has created a 4 course dinner to enjoy along with French music. They will start off the evening with a glass of rose Champagne. Once you’re ready for your meal you’ll have choices including spicy shrimp and mango on a pastry shell. For appetizers, you have a choice of either a salmon tartare or a homemade terrine of foie gras. There are two choices for entrees, and for dessert, a sweet surprise

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Rosa Mexicano – Various Locations - If you’re throwing a Superbowl party, you have to have Guacamole. Why not order the best guac in town? Place and order for the Rosa Mexicano signature Guacamole en Molcajete in a super size to enjoy on game day. A combination of avocado, jalapeno, tomato, onion and cilantro available for delivery, these “super-BOWLS” of guac feature a green pile of goodness alongside warm house-made tortilla chips.

1x1.trans Superbowl 2013Trattoria Cinque: 363 Greenwich St. – Tribeca - They’re ready for you with ten flatscreen TVs and their family style menu. “What’s on the menu?” you ask: 12 Italian chicken wings ($9), 5 meatballs parmigiana ($12), margherita pizza ($10), burgers ($12), their fried veggie basket ($4), and draft beers for just $4. If you have a large group you can even reserve a TV front table.

1x1.trans Superbowl 2013Windsor Gansevoort Park: 420 Park Avenue South – Murray Hill/Kipp’s Bay – They will be throwing a full-blown Super Bowl Party starting at 4 pm. Each banquette at the Windsor has its own personal flat screen TV in addition to the four larger flat screens that line the walls, which guarantees a perfect viewing.  While viewing the game, there will be a DJ, seasonal cocktails and comfort food and snacks suitable for sharing including sliders, tuna tartar with wonton chips, Guinness battered fish & chips, truffle grilled cheese and the Windsor signature burger. The neighborhood bar will be taking guests by invitation and reservation with minimums for all tables.

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I am one of the co-founders of FriendsEAT. Obviously, I love to eat. Other passions include A Song of Ice and Fire, Shakespeare, Dostoyevski, and Aldous Huxley.
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