Although many New Yorkers are still heartbroken the Jets didn’t make it into the Super Bowl, this is still the must-see sporting event of the year. If you can’t make it to the west coast to watch the Super Bowl live, consider seeing the Super Bowl in Brooklyn. Don't try to stream the game on your laptop, instead watch it on the big screen at an indie move theater in Williamsburg or head to a Super Bowl party at an edgy nightclub, there are many places to see the big game in this part of New York City.
01 of 07
Watch the Super Bowl at this Williamsburg sports bar. With twenty-two beers on tap and fantastic pub grub, Mulholland's is one of Brooklyn's best sports bars. On Super Bowl Sunday, they offer drink specials including $5 well drinks and $10 pitchers of Bud Light. Watch the big game at this atmospheric pub.
02 of 07
The Bell House
It's free to watch the Super Bowl at this Park Slope club. See the game on the big screen and drink $4 pints of Sixpoint all night! Wash your brews down with wings and pulled pork sandwiches.
03 of 07
Threes Brewing is a brewery and event space in the Gowanus. This is an ideal spot to watch the historic game on their 12 foot screen. The menu is provided by Fleishers Craft Butchery and you get to drink their famed craft brews.
04 of 07
The Williamsburg Movie Theater screens the game and serves grub. For $30 you get a reserved seat and a food and drink voucher. Devour tasty house made hot wings. Don't forget to check out their Halftime Kitten Show in the lobby.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
05 of 07
Enjoy the game at this Park Slope bar. Union Hall's Super Bowl party starts at 6:30. Dine on a menu of veggie burgers, Union Hall's Homemade pretzels and other treats. Wash them down with some shots.
06 of 07
The party starts at 4pm with $3 Budweisers. Reserve a table at the Knitting Factory and watch the Super Bowl at this Williamsburg music venue.
07 of 07
There's no cover to watch the Super Bowl at Brooklyn Bowl. The party starts at 6pm. Stop by and watch the game at this popular hipster bowling alley. To get in the mood for the half time show, check out their post on the twelve super bowl halftime shows that didn't suck. And let's hope Cold Play and Beyonce make their next list.