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    Where to Watch: Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings
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    We are getting ready for another Sunday Night Football game on NBC with the Green Bay Packers versus the Minnesota Vikings. These are some of the best spots in NYC to cheer on your favorite sports team.

    Kettle of Fish, 59 Christopher Street, prides itself on being "the best place to watch a Packers game." The bar, run by a Wauwatosa native, says to "keep an eye out for the complimentary cheese, crackers and summer sausage." It is a great spot for fans of the team to watch a game and cheer on with friends. 

    The Waylon, 736 10th Ave, is a popular bar for Packers fans. The "country bar" claims to have all of your "country needs." The Hells Kitchen spot broadcasts Packers games with full sound, music, regional beer and food specials.

    Mad River, 1442 Third Ave, shows Packers games on 13 42" plasma TV's with pro logic digital surround sound. You can sign up for the Packers email club on the website to get updates and specials regarding game days at Mad River.  

    Bar None. 98 3rd Ave, is the bar of choice for Vikings NYC Fans. The Greenwich Village spot airs Vikings games live and gets crowded with supporters of the Minnesota team.

    Jack Doyle's, 240 W. 35th Street, is popular for Minnesota sports fans in NYC. The spot near Penn Station offers Grain Belt beer just for Vikings fans, and even a special "Vikings burger." They additionally have food and drink specials for game days. 

    Angry Wade’s, 222 Smith St., is a Brooklyn dive bar known for packed Sunday night football watch parties and complimentary popcorn. Green Bay Packers fans can also enjoy the cheap and comfortable happy hour.

    Rocky Mcbride's, 27-01 23rd Ave., in Astoria opens its doors up to Packer fans until 4 a.m. for game day. The Queens bar serves $3 domestic bottles and $4 imported bottles from 12 p.m. - 7 p.m.