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Where to watch the Super Bowl in Queens
BY JULIA MORO
Whether you’re in it for the game, the
food, the drinks or the half-time show,
these restaurants and bars are QNS’ top
picks to view the Super Bowl this year.
Th e 2022 Super Bowl takes place
Sunday, Feb. 13, starting at 6:30 p.m.,
when the Cincinnati Bengals will take
on the Los Angeles Rams in Los Angeles,
California. Th e game can be viewed on
NBC and Peacock. For those who want to
explore what Queens restaurants and bars
have to off er this Sunday, here is a list of
our top picks:
1. Pig Beach (35-37
36th St., Astoria)
Doors open at noon for Super Bowl
Sunday next week at Pig Beach, with
a massive 28-foot, stadium-sized
Jumbotron and surround sound system
for the ultimate viewing experience.
Pig Beach BBQ Queens has indoor
and outdoor seating spread across a
28,000-square-foot space with three premium
bars and a backyard beer garden.
Pig Beach will be off ering three special
game day packages featuring all their
famous signatures from ribs and buff alo
chicken wings to pulled pork sliders and
their Smash Burger.
2. The Seneca (582 Seneca
Th e Seneca usually feels cozy and quant
in the heart of Ridgewood, but on Super
Bowl Sunday you can count on a full
viewing experience with a 15-foot projector
screen to watch the game. Sunday
will also feature a beer and a shot for $5,
table-side keg service, mystery beer buckets
along with food options for burgers,
wings and other essential menu items.
3. Roam (107-12 70th
Rd., Forest Hills)
Th e new sports bar and restaurant
opened just in time for the Super Bowl
this year. Th e 1,800-square-foot space can
fi t 50 people inside but also has an outdoor
area for about 20 patrons with heaters
and three TVs.
For the Super Bowl, from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m., draft beers will be priced at $5 each;
buckets of beer will be $20; and food
items will also be reduced — including a
burger and fries combo for $8. Th ere will
also be a DJ from 2 to 6:15 p.m.
4. Bourbon Street (40-12
Bell Blvd., Bayside)
Bourbon Street has a large space with
over 40 TVs. Sunday will feature a $75 set
price per person which will include a halftime
buff et and any mixed drinks, beer or
wine from the start of the game to the end
of the game. Th e buff et includes sausage
and peppers, heroes, pulled pork mac and
cheese, riblets, various salads and more.
Th ere will also be a tailgate menu with
wings, burgers, sandwiches and more.
5. Tropix Bar & Lounge (95-32
Queens Blvd., Rego Park)
Don’t miss your chance at winning a
55-inch TV from Tropix Bar & Lounge
during a series of raffl e games on Super
Bowl Sunday. Along with various raffl es,
there will also be $24 beer buckets and
happy hour leading up to the game from
noon to 6 p.m.
Th e menu has a wide variety of wings
with 28 diff erent sauces, including garlic
park wings, Th ai chili wings, barbecue
hickory, lemon pepper and many more.
6. The Brewery Bar & Kitchen
(49-18 30th Ave., Woodside)
Th is sports bar features a wide menu of
American and Irish food, including shepherd’s
pie, baked mac and cheese, wings,
crispy chicken sandwiches and more. Th is
spot will have more than enough TVs for
optimal viewing with Guinness and other
standard beers on tap.
7. The Stonebridge (145-04
14th Ave., Whitestone)
Th e Stonebridge will have a complimentary
buff et for Super Bowl Sunday, on top
of beer and shot specials. Th is bar has a
large selection of draught beers and IPAs,
with a variety of cocktails, wine, sangria
and more. Th e menu features lasagna,
chicken parmesan, pizza, sliders, wings,
hot dogs and more.
8. Krave It (40-15 Bell
Blvd., Bayside; 36-18
30th Ave., Astoria)
For those who are loyal to their couch
and like to order in, Krave It has a special
Super Bowl menu for this Sunday. Th e
menu includes a range of specialty pies
from birria pizza, fried Oreo pizza, chicken
and waffl e pizza and more.
Th is pizza and sandwich shop also off ers
specials that are ideal for large Super Bowl
parties: Th e “A. Donald” includes 10 specialty
pies of choice and 300 wings for
$600; “Super Bowl Joe” includes a tray
of subs, 50 wings and two large specialty
pies for $240; the “Cooper Kupp” has
25 wings and one specialty pie for $55;
the “Staff ord” includes a tray of subs;
and “4th & Goal” includes 50 wings for
$125, one large cheese pie and one large
specialty pie for $125.
9. Sweet Spot (22-72
31st St., Astoria)
Th e Sweet Spot has 7,000 square feet of
space with 43 HD-TVs — do I need to say
much more? Not only is it the perfect spot
for viewing, but they’ll also have plenty of
deals on all the classic foods from wings,
mac and cheese, assorted fries, nachos,
chicken strips and more. Th ey encourage
patrons to place orders by Friday, Feb. 11.
10. Hangar 11 Bar & Grill
Ave., Kew Gardens)
Th is bar and grill is a great local spot to
watch the game this weekend. With menu
items like their adult slushies for $8 during
happy hour, big infamous burgers,
wings and other bites, there is plenty to
nosh on. Th e Hangar burger, “Tar Mac
Attack,” includes a square of fried mac
and cheese that you won’t want to miss.
Editor’s note: Th e locations were
chosen at random by the author.