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Jan 28, 2016

Where to Watch Superbowl 50 in Astoria, Woodside, and Sunnyside

It’s almost that time, again—time for the biggest unofficial American holiday, Superbowl Sunday (February 7). This year, as you know, is Superbowl 50—and did you know why the NFL shunned the (…)

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It’s almost that time, again—time for the biggest unofficial American holiday, Superbowl Sunday (February 7). This year, as you know, is Superbowl 50—and did you know why the NFL shunned the usual Roman numerals in naming this year’s Superbowl? Find out here.

And now, here’s where you can party on during the biggest football game of the year, right here in Queens. Kickoff is at 6:30pm.

Bohemian Hall

Food and drink specials including: 8 wings + pitcher of beer for $16, selected pitchers for $12, and selected beer mugs for $4.

Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden | 29-19 24th Avenue
No cover charge.

Learn more, here.

Bowery Bay

Look for some Superbowl food and drink specials and watch the game on their 84″ screen.

Bowery Bay | 19-33 Ditmars Blvd.
No cover charge.


It’s never too early to make your Super Bowl plans. We don’t charge a fee to get in, we don’t make you get a package to sit, we just want to make sure you come and have a great time. We will be featuring some amazing wing and drink specials all night long. Come by!

Break Bar & Billiards | 32-04 Broadway
Reservations accepted (718-777-5400)
No cover charge.

Learn more, here.


Claret Wine Bar

Come watch Superbowl 50 at Claret Winebar! Shown on 2 huge screens. Open bar, buffet from Whistle to Whistle.

Claret Wine Bar | 46-02 Skillman Avenue
$50 open bar and buffet

Learn more, here.


Katch Astoria

Katch_Superbowl Katch | 31-19 Newtown Ave

Mad Donkey

Head here for the “craziest specials in Astoria.” The big deal ticket is the $45 all you can eat beer and wings deal, lasting from kickoff to the finish. There’s also $5 shots Tullamore Dew and $12 pitchers Coors Light. This place is big on the peanuts, so if you’re sensitive and allergic, keep that in mind.

Mad Donkey Beer Bar & Grill | 32-07 36th Avenue
$45 AYCE ticket

Learn more, here.



Head to the OG sports bar in the Ditmars area for $4 pints and bottles, $12 pitchers, 20 TVs, surround sound. Plus giveaways!

McCann’s | 36-15 Ditmars Blvd.
No cover charge.

Learn more, here.



Puppy Bowl in the front! Super Bowl party in the back! Pizza, chicken wings, prizes and beer specials all night long! Derek Humphrey will host games and chances for prizes throughout the night.

Q.E.D. | 27-16 23rd Avenue

Learn more, here.

Studio Square

Enjoy an unlimited beer, wine, sangria and electric lemonade bar from 4:30pm till Halftime, and an 8 piece jumbo wings while watching the big game on more than 30 screens. All tickets are identical, however there are limited tickets available in each pricing band. Purchase your tickets early to ensure best pricing. Event is 21 and over only.

Studio Square | 35-33 36th Street
$35-50 (ticketing link)

Learn more, here.


Sweet Spot

Please make your reservations for Super Bowl as soon as possible. Tables are going fast! This is going to be a party you won’t want to miss!

Sweet Spot | 22-72 31st Street
Reservation: 718-777-7475

The Bonnie

The Bonnie will be showing the game on both of our 6ft HD projectors along with the sound. Chef Mike and Chef Shaun will be cooking up a bunch of tasty treats that go great with football! Come on down and enjoy the game!

The Bonnie | 29-12 23rd Avenue
No cover charge.

Learn more, here.


The Brewery

Superbowl party at The Brewery NYC. We hope to see you there!

The Brewery NYC | 49-19 30th Avenue
No cover charge.

Learn more, here (and dig into the debate in the comments).


William Hallet

Annual Hallet Super Bowl Party! No prep work involved. Watch ‪‎Cam‬ vs. Peyton‬ on the big screen with full sound! ‪

William Hallet | 36-10 30th Avenue
$65 open bar and all you can eat

Learn more, here.


About Meg Cotner

Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver.

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