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10 Tri-State Area Bars to Celebrate the Super Bowl

Super Bowl LII takes place this Sunday, Feb. 4. The Philadelphia Eagles will play the New England Patriots as football fans go out to their favorite bars and restaurants to have a good time.

Here are 10 places to celebrate this Super Bowl Sunday:

Libation (137 Ludlow St., New York, NY 10002)

Located on the Lower East Side, Libation has 25 big screens playing the big game. A $10 entry fee will include fifty-cent wings until the beginning of halftime and a free cup to drink out of until the keg is kicked. Guests must RSVP online.

Price: $10

Asbury Ale House (531 Cookman Ave., Asbury Park, NJ 07712)

Travel down the shore to the Asbury Ale House in Asbury Park, New Jersey, and enjoy an indoor tailgate. With the purchase of a ticket, guests can experience the tailgate area and watch the game. Included is a buffet, free entry for Box Pool Giveaways and drink specials.

Price: $25

Professor Thom's (219 2nd Ave., New York, NY 10003)

Professor Thom's on the Upper East Side is one of the popular New York bars for Patriots fans. Fans can purchase a ticket to watch the game on 40 different screens and stay for unlimited drinks and nachos from 4 p.m. until the end of the game. General admission for the Super Bowl party begins at 10 a.m. for a cover charge.

Price: $20-$250

Shorty's (576 9th Ave., New York, NY 10036)

Are you an Eagles fan? Head to Shorty's found in various locations around NYC for an authentic Philly cheesesteak and to cheer on The Birds. Fans can win a reserved table if they participate in this Instagram contest.

Price: No cover charge listed.

Treadwell Park (301 South End Ave., New York, NY 10280)

Treadwell Park is featuring a Super Guacamole Bowl for four people and "Team Pride" Jello shots, requested in your team colors, of course. Head downtown to watch the game on 12 big screens and enjoy their 20 rotating craft beers on tap.

Price: No cover charge listed. 

The Blind Rhino (15 N Main St., Norwalk, CT 06854)

Visit the Blind Rhino in South Norwalk, Connecticut, for SoNo Bowl 3, featuring live music from The Extras. The Blind Rhino teamed up with Ken Tuccio for a pre-game tailgate party from 4 p.m. until kickoff.

Price: No cover charge listed.

Humboldt & Jackson (434 Humboldt St., Brooklyn, NY 11211)

Reserve a table and head to Brooklyn for a chicken wing eating contest. At Humboldt & Jackson, an entry free includes all you can eat wings. Upon email request, guests can also compete in a chicken wing eating contest at halftime and partake in various raffles.

Price: $20

Bronx Alehouse (216 W 238th ST., Bronx, NY 10463)

Grab a drink at the Bronx Alehouse to watch the big game, or watch it from home and call in an order. Order early for a wing, mac n' cheese, rib or pulled pork platter to upgrade your Super Bowl party.

Price: Platters range from $20-$90

Willie McBride's (616 Grand St., Hoboken, NJ 07030)

Located accross the river on the Jersey side is Willie McBride's, an Irish Pub and Restaurant in Hoboken. The bar will be offerinng $15 buckets of beer along with other drink specials. There will be raffles throughout the night.

Price: No cover charge listed.

Spring Lounge (48 Spring St., New York, NY 10012)

If you're downtown, watch the game at the Spring Lounge, also known throughout the neighborhood as the Shark Bar. Kickoff begins at 6:30 p.m. and the game will be played on both TV's. At halftime, there is a complimentary 6-foot hero for guests to enjoy.

Price: No cover charge listed.

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