No worries if you're not heading to Las Vegas to catch the San Francisco 49ers play the Kansas City Chiefs at Allegiant Stadium this Sunday, where the average ticket price for the Super Bowl is over $9,000.
There's plenty of places in Brooklyn to catch the game, where a plethora of restaurants and bars are luring sports fans with drink and food specials, including one bar recreating the beloved Pupply Bowl.
Check out these places to catch Super Bowl LVIII, which will kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET. The game airs on CBS, Nickelodeon and streaming service Paramount+.
86 North 11th Street, Williamsburg
The bar's Super Bowl event starts at 1:00 p.m. with Puppy Bowl Live, where guests have the chance to enroll their own pups. General admission costs $5 and puppy bowl registration is $15 and includes two adult tickets, space for one dog, a free drink per person, and a swag bag. The puppy bowl is followed by a tailgate from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. featuring complimentary open bars from sponsors Misguided Spirits and Heineken and music spun by DJ Takes Two. General admission tickets cost $20.
220 Cadman Plaza West, Brooklyn Heights
Indulge on the game with an all you can eat buffet and all your favorite drinks while enjoy the electrifying atmosphere. 5 p.m., $87, tickets can be purchased here.
1775 Flatbush Avenue, Flatlands
This brand new restaurant will quench your thirst and hunger with many specials, including chicken wings and burgers with fries for only $10.
706 Nostrand Avenue, Crown Heights
The live music spot and restaurant will host a watching party starting at 4 p.m. and an after party that will last until 11 p.m.
53 Wilson Avenue, Bushwick
There are plenty of TVs and a large projector to watch the game at Clara's, a Bushwick sports bar known for its wings and Nashville hot chicken sandwich.
55 Water Street, Dumbo
There's an all-day event at the Dumbo event space, with a pre-game party kicking off at 3 p.m. There will be music from DJ Mike Nasty and TV screens will be placed all through the market, as well as in a bigger space on the 5th floor. Admission is free.