For the first time ever, the Bowery, Delancey and its neighbors are hosting a drinks-and-food crawl on Sunset—just for you. Also: we’re sending you a massive chili bar for the Super Bowl. And you’re sending a box of spiked chocolates to your valentine.
Things to do for January 31, 2013
How to Handle Your Super Bowl Weekend
Welcome to Super Weekend XLVII.
Are You Ready for Some Pretzel
To prep for game day, your wall-sized TV is now billboard-sized. And as for the giant two-foot pretzel covered with cold cuts, Swiss cheese and mustard: better get on that. Call any Röckenwagner now—they’re your go-to for oversized pretzels—and they’ll have one ready for Super Bowl Sunday. Or more than one.
Pork Tacos by the Beach. Game On.
Yes, the Bungalow’s got multiple indoor and outdoor screens for the game... oh, and a parking-lot pig roast that will lead to a whole bunch of pork tacos around 4:30pm. In the meantime, you’ll subsist on burgers, chili, queso and Chile and Lime “Doritos.” Wouldn’t be a Super Bowl without ironic Doritos.
If You’re on a Super Bowl Date...
Usually, the Corner Door is closed during the day. Usually, the TVs are hidden. Super Bowl Sunday: the opposite of usually. Come early for the game, stay for the burgers and cider-glazed wings. Oh, and women get bottomless Moscow Mules. The Super Bowl should really happen more often.
Over at the Parish, the 80-inch screen will be showing... The Devil Wears Prada. Just kidding. Game day at this Downtown pub means a growler of ale, 20 stout-glazed wings, fried olives and pork rinds for $40. They’re classy pork rinds.
Some Sandwiches, Voltaggio-Style
If you’re just having a few friends over on Sunday, you could make some PB&J or call up ink.sack for a big pile of 10 cold fried-chicken sandwiches and 10 barbecue brisket sandwiches, along with plenty of soda, chips and chocolate chip cookies. Guess that’s not really much of a choice.