Hut 1, Hut 2… hold up, you haven’t got your #Superbowl spot locked in yet? Well no fretting, unless you’re betting, because #BKReader has you covered from end zone to end zone. Check it below and enjoy.
LOT45…TROUTMAN ST. If sexy goes best with your Superbowl and integrated food trucks, in outside gardens, where smoking is allowed and love of the pigskin seems important, then LOT 45 is your choice. Bushwick, 411 Troutman on the map, Wyckoff and St. Nick are the cross streets. #Djennabrooklyn. Do it in Bushwick
SUPERBOWL SHUTDOWN-BARCLAY CENTER Love football but feel like it’s a huge opportunity to show that #BlackLivesMatter? Well, in front of Barclay Center, Fort Greene Brooklyn is where you can show it.
SKYBOX-1175 BEDFORD AVE
If beastmode had a smoke, it would be a hookah. #HookahBowl3 rolls out on Bedford Ave, on the BedStuy side and #SwagShotYa got you on photo. The venue has you on drink specials, and Richard Sherman might have a pick-6 for your gambling friends.
NO. 7 NORTH (Greenpoint) 931 MANHATTAN AVE
Foodie dude with Superbowl party aspirations? If your girl ain’t down with just wings and your life needs a bit of #TylerKord, then def head to No. 7 North. It’s kind of a hike, but it’s the Superbowl pal, make a frickin’ effort!
PERKS, 455 MYRTLE AVENUE
Myrtle Avenue is officially laced up with food choices. Lots of options, but still, Pecks is a worthy choice for your Superbowl party action. Check the menu below and love the selection at 455A Myrtle Avenue, in the your favorite neighborhood of BedStuy
Peck’s Award Winning Pork Belly & Brisket Chili Casserole
- $15 small serves 2
- $25 large serves 4
Guacamole, $8.50 per pint
Pimento Cheese Dip pickles peppers & cheddar, $8.50 per pint
Potato Skin Gourgeres, $13.99 per dozen
Buttermilk Fried Chicken Thighs with spicy red pepper honey
- $4.50 per piece
- $24.99 for 6 pieces
Sandwiches feeds 8-10 people, $55 each, mortadella & soppressata w/aged provolone, pickled peppers & oregano or house roasted turkey w/BBQ sauce, cheddar, coleslaw & grilled scallions
Team Colors Black & White Cookies, $1.75 or $10 per 1/2 dozen
Game Day Bucket, $34.49 serves 3-4 people, six fried chicken thighs, one pint coleslaw, 1/2 doz. potato skin gourgeres
FRANKLIN PARK-618 St. Johns Place (Crown Heights)
Franklin avenue has morphed into the land of fun and Franklin park has authored much of that. No longer Dartmouth South, it’s full of Superbowl revelry and the offerings include, booze, beer, burgers, bourbon and beats. Get in there Beast Mode!
“We’re kicking things off at 4 with some super specials — get a shot of Jameson and can of Bud for $10, and for $20, a shot of Jameson, can of Bud, and order of wings!
And we’ll be serving up some awesome game snacks — pulled pork sandwiches, hot/BBQ wings, and bison or jalapeno burgers! Hit this link for more information.”
ELBERTA RESTAURANT & BAR- 335 FLATBUSH AVE
The cusp of Prospect Heights and Park slope is home of Elberta Restaurant & Bar. It’s sexy and cool and it’s also no football fan requirements. If your friends are doing Superbowl and you want to join in with good food and atmosphere, then yup, Elberta is your spot. #DeflateGate
“Sunday brunching just got hotter because its Super Bowl XLIX. Game on two big screens and wall projector. DJ English on the 1’s and 2’s. Happy Hour 5-7 pm, snack buffet and half time brunch available. Reserve your spot now email [email protected] This is a CASH ONLY event.”
So there you are.
No degenerate gambling and all love for Sunday. Let us know if something super fun happened and show it with a photo!