Where To Watch The Super Bowl In Westchester

Your local options for game day.



X2O – Xaviar’s on the Hudson

71 Water Grant St, Yonkers
(914) 965-1111

Peter Kelly’s menu for Super Bowl Sunday at X2O is not for the feint of heart for three reasons. First, it commands top dollar at a not-your-neighborhood-wing-special $125. But it’s worth it for the second reason: The menu offers just about everything you could ever want on Super Bowl Sunday at an open bar with shrimp, sliders, hotdogs, truffle popcorn, antipasti, and more. Main courses include cowboy ribeye, rack of lamb, and salmon. The third reason? Dessert will be served in the 4th quarter.

Ron Black’s

181 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains
(914) 358-5811

Listen up, beer lovers: If the idea of having 40 beer varieties at your fingertips during the Super Bowl appeals to you, this is your spot. On game day, look for pitcher specials like $13 Bud Light, $15 Shock Top, and $18 Stella Artois; free Buffalo wings at the bar (we know, this alone makes it worthwhile); and a huge wing platter (Buffalo or BBQ, served with carrots, celery, and blue cheese) of 90-100 wings for $125, or 45-50 wings for $75. 

The Brazen Fox

175 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains
(914) 358-5911

If "free wings" sounds good to you, the Brazen Fox will be handing them out during game time at the bar. Pitcher specials include $13 Bud Light, $15 Shock Top Belgian White, $18 Stella Artois and $18 Lagunitas. And there are wings to-go specials. 

Zuppa Restaurant & Lounge

59 Main St, Yonkers
(914) 376-6500

For the fifth year in a row, Zuppa will break from its standard Italian menu and offer a prix fixe menu in honor of the Super Bowl. Game-watching and eating will be in the bar area, complete with three screens, one of which is a 100-inch projection TV. For $60, enjoy beer and wine (on-tap local brews include Yonkers Brewing Co. and beers from the Tri-state area and Hudson Valley), plus a host of game day favorites with a Zuppa (read: gourmet Italian) twist. Offerings include four types of assorted pizzas, an antipasto bar with snacks like soppressata prosciutto and baked flat bread with rosemary, olive oil, and sea salt. There will also be pepperoncini chicken wings with Gorgonzola fondue, two types of sliders, arancini risotto rice balls, a pasta station, and a zeppola (Italian donut) bar. 

Growler’s Beer Bistro

25 Main St, Tuckahoe
(914) 793-0608

Featuring “hoppy hour," Growler’s will be offering two styles of beer: one from each of the team’s (the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos, in case you forgot) respective areas for $4. There will be screens inside and outside, of course, so you wont be at a loss if you choose not to brave the outdoors. But take it from us that it’s absolutely worth dressing warm and bearing the chill—tailgate at Growler’s means barbeque, free pretzel-bread footballs up for grabs at half-time, and all the half-priced wings your stomach desires.

Beechmont Tavern

750 North Ave, New Rochelle
(914) 636-9533 

Just to give you an idea of how popular Beechmont is on game day, the New Rochelle location there’s two—one in White Plains as well) usually sells anywhere from 12,000 to 15,000 wings over the days course. So, clearly that’s one reason crowds pack this place, but others are a $30 open bar, buffet at half time, plus anything from the standard menu. In addition to their five flavors of wings (hot, teriyaki, wild and barbeque and of course the crowd favorite house-made specialty, mild) this year, they added garlic parm, sweet chili and sweet teriyaki to your wing flavor options. 

Maggie Spillane’s Bar & Restaurant

571 Gramatan Ave, Mt Vernon
(914) 699-8900

Maggie Spillane’s will be running a $40 open bar for the duration of the game, which will be shown on sixteen televisions. On top of that, there’s access to a courtesy halftime buffet replete with five flavors of wings, shepherd’s pie, chicken pot pie, and other indulgences. This year the Coors Light Girls are coming to do a promotion including $3 Coors Light draft.

Empire City Casino

810 Yonkers Ave, Yonkers
(914) 968-4200

At Dan Rooney’s Sports Bar, fans can watch the game on 40 HDTVs while enjoying great deals on food and drinks. As a throwback to the original Pittsburgh bar owned by the Rooney family, the Sports Bar will offer $1 Bud and Bud Light drafts, $1 pulled pork sliders, and $25 all-you-can-eat chicken wings. The Entertainment Lounge will also import a gigantic 10’ by 15’ screen to watch the championship (first come-limited seating) starting at 6:30 pm. To add to the game day excitement, the first 5,000 Empire Club Members will receive a free “Big Game Day Beanie Cap.”

Crabtree’s Kittle House

11 Kittle Road, Chappaqua
(914) 666-8044

For fans staying in on game day, Crabtree’s Kittle House is offering a “Party in a Box” option from Chef Jay. These takeout packages can be called in and ordered from Friday at 6 pm for $35/person, which include Jay’s famous smoked BBQ ribs, southern fried chicken, pretzel bites, and truffled popcorn. If you do decide to watch the game in-house, they have a special Super bowl 2016 menu that features a giant pretzel ring for kickoff and a special dessert medley for when the game wraps up.

Westchester Burger Co

275 South Ridge Street, Rye Brook
(914) 305-6095

The Westchester Burger Co will feature fourteen screens showing the game, 75-cent wings, $2 sliders, $5 beer, and apps and raffles for a 50-inch Toshiba TV, New York Knicks tickets, and more. On-draft beer includes Heineken and Newcastle Brown Ale.

The Cookery Restaurant

39 Chestnut Street, Dobbs Ferry
(914) 305-2336

For Super bowl “Funday,” The Cookery will be hosting its annual Nose to Tail-Gate Pre-Game Party. While enjoying buckets of beer, fans can sit down to a four=course meal that includes a whole roasted suckling pig for $85 a person, a deal that will definitely have patrons squealing in excitement. 


Jocelyn Alvarenga, Juliana Perciavalle & Ryan Pihota contributed to the reporting for this article. This article originally ran in the January 2014 issue of Westchester Magazine. The details have been updated for the 2016 Super Bowl.

 

 

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