Super Bowl. Thankfully, for residents of Greenpoint and Williamsburg, local bars and restaurants are commemorating the game by offering drink and food specials as well as festivities. Here is a comprehensive neighborhood guide to where you can watch the game this year and participate in the party.
The Abbey (536 Driggs Ave., 718-599-4400): Giving out free food and snacks, showing the game on three screens.
Alligator Lounge (600 Metropolitan Ave., 718-599-4440): Free wings and pizza, giveaways and prizes starting at 6:30 p.m.
Anella (222 Franklin Street, 718-389-8100): Beer and burger specials all night for $16.
Berry Park (4 Berry Street, 718-782-2829): Showing the game on an 18-foot HD screen and doors are opening at 12 p.m.
The Bodega (24 Saint Nicholas Ave., 646-924-8488): Serving $4 Olde Saratoga Lager (16 oz.) and homemade chili.
Boulevard Tavern (579 Meeker Ave., 718-389-3252): Starting at 6 p.m., there will be a barbeque with all-you-can-eat hot dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers, veggie dogs, and tater tots. Happy Hour prices until the game ends, including $4 drafts and well drinks. Projecting the game on the wall.
Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Ave., 718-963-3369): Serving chicken wings, fried chicken, and showing the game on huge HD televisions.
Clems (264 Grand Street, 718-387-9617): Cooking complimentary food on the grill. Showing the game on 60-inch screens.
The Counting Room (44 Berry Street, 718-599-1860): $40 for a sandwich and unlimited draft beer, Sixpoint Lager on draft, $4 beer specials.
The Cove (106 N. 6th Street, 718-599-5959): Supplying snacks for the game. Karaoke dance party after the game hosted by comedian Captain Good Times.
The Diamond (43 Franklin Street, 718-383-5030): $4 beers, $4 bowls of chili with popcorn. Blind beer tasting challenge. If you get all four of them right you drink for free for the night.
Full Circle (318 Grand Street, 347-725-4588): Free wings and mozzarella sticks, half-time Skee-Ball challenge, two for $5 Genesee Cream Ale, $3 Full Circle Wheat.
Gordon Bennett (109 S. 6th Street, 718-599-9109): $3 wings, $3 Miller High Life, $3 pints of domestic beer.
Huckleberry Bar (588 Grand Street, 718-218-8555): Offering homemade chili, nachos, and discounted beer buckets.
Jimmy’s Diner (577 Union Ave., 718-218-7174): Providing delivery food such as $.50 wings, nachos, and fried food platters.
Lady Jay’s (633 Grand Street, 718-387-1029): Chili cook-off with taste testing at the end. First prize: $100 and $100 beer tab, second prize: $50 and $50 bar tab, third prize: $25 and $25 bar tab.
Loreley (64 Frost Street, 718-599-0025): Bucket of beer and pretzels for $20, beer, shot, and bratwurst combination for $12, 11 small beers and pretzels for $30.
Macri Park (462 Union Ave., 718-599-4999): Serving hamburgers and hot dogs. Happy Hour is lasting until 8 p.m.
The Mark Bar (1025 Manhattan Ave., 718-349-2340): Providing a free keg of Radeberger.
Mulholland’s (312 Grand Street, 718-486-3473): Selling $10 pitchers of Bud Light and $15 buckets of Miller High Life bottles.
Nita Nita (146 Wythe Ave., 718-388-5328): $5 hot wings, $4 Radeberger drafts, $2 Budweiser and Bud Light bottles.
Oak Wine Bar & Café (361 Graham Ave., 718-387-1245): Delivery menu offering $5 tapas dishes. Includes bratwurst with mustard sauce, pulled pork sliders, meatball marinara sliders, spicy Spanish chorizo with lard croutons, guacamole with housemade tortilla chips, and sweet potato fries.
Old Rooster (221 N. 4th Street, 718-302-1500): $4 well drinks, $7 for a beer and a shot of Bushmills, $6 and $7 cocktails.
Palace Café (206 Nassau Ave., 718-383-9848): Serving game food ($5 all-you-can-eat) and $1 drafts of Bud, Bud Light, and Coors Light drink specials.
Pies ‘N’ Thighs (166 S. 4th Street, 347-529-6090): Special catering available for the game. Food includes wings, chili, jalapeno poppers, and potato skins.
Radish (158 Bedford Ave., 718-782-2744): Preparing game day food for pickup and delivery such as grass-fed beef chili, oven-ready beef nachos, maple glazed beer nuts, and espresso brownies. A $30 Super Bowl munchie pack includes Brooklyn brine chipotle carrots, whisky sour pickles, habanero hot nuts and two bags of ragged butte bison jerky. All orders must be placed and pre-paid by Thursday, Feb. 3.
Royal Oak (594 Union Ave., 718-388-3884): Projecting the game on a big screen and offering wings, pigs in a blanket, and other snacks.
Spike Hill (184 Bedford Ave., 718-218-7478): $.50 wings (minimum order of 10 with purchase with a drink), $3 Newcastle Brown Ale pints.
South 4th Bar and Café (90 S. 4th Street, 718-218-7478): Showing the game on the front and pull down screens. Throwing the third annual chili cook-off contest. Serving free giant sub and pizzas.
T.B.D. (224 Franklin St., 718-349-6727): Showing the game on three HD televisions, supplying free hot wings and drink specials.
Tommy’s Tavern (1041 Manhattan Ave., 718-383-9699): Serving Polish dishes, salads, lasagna, cold cuts, and beef stew.