Super Bowl Events in Greenpoint and Williamsburg

For native New Yorkers, this might be (another) hard Super Bowl to endure as the Patriots are (once again) competing. But if you want to watch Maroon 5 perform while a major sporting event happens to surround it, Greenpointers has a few suggestions of places to go to. Kick off is at 6:30 p.m., so be sure to saddle up early to claim a spot at one of the locales below:
Schimanski (54 North 11th St.)
Watch the Big Game at Schimanski  in Williamsburg on Super Bowl Sunday beginning at 4 PM. The nightclub will televise the game on their 60-foot projection wall, which likely the largest in all of New York City. The kitchen will be open, serving up finger foods including wings, fries, and more while a DJ spins live pre- and post-game. Entry is free before 5 PM and other ticket options include a buffet ticket for one plate ($30) or one that includes a drink ticket for ($10). Table reservations are also available for the best seats in the house by emailing [email protected] For tickets or to RSVP visit here.
Clinton Hall (247 Metropolitan Ave.)
Stop by Clinton Hall Williamsburg where $30 buckets of beer will be served up as well as a big $25 bowl of wings.

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Radegast Hall and Biergarten (113 N 3rd St.)

Brooklyn Label (180 Franklin St.)

Humboldt and Jackson (434 Humboldt St.)

Elder Greene (160 Franklin St.)

Stuart Cinema & Cafe (79 West St.)

The Moonlight Mile (200 Franklin St.)

Lobster Joint (1073 Manhattan Ave.)

 

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The Big Game is this Sunday! Watch in our heated backyard with sound! @lobsterjoint

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The Brew Inn (924 Manhattan Ave.)

 

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Squares are filled! We’ll be drawing numbers out of Cameron’s dirty hat this Sunday between 4 and 4:30 🏈

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About Billy McEntee

Billy McEntee has been fortunate to work for arts non-profits in Boston, Denver, Berkeley, and now New York. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Vanity Fair, American Theatre, HowlRound, Observer, and others. He's usually getting wine at Dandelion or eating cookies at Archestratus.

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