Today is Super Bowl LIV Sunday, the 54th (LIV) of the annual championship culmination of the National Football League competitions in the previous year. Starting at 6:30 p.m, the Big Game marks the first time that the San Francisco 49ers will clash in a classic championship battle with the Kansas City Chief,.
Fans of the Kansas City Chiefs have long awaited the coming of this special day, being the Chiefs’ first Super Bowl comeback after 50 years. The championship title had eluded the Chiefs in their last Super Bowl appearance in 1970.
Neither will the supporters of the San Francisco 49ers miss the chance of witnessing in real time what “the boomers” saw between 1981 and1994 — the 49ers winning the NFL championship 5 times in between those periods. Although they returned in the 2012 Super Bowl, the San Francisco team lost to the Baltimore Ravens.
Only a few hours remaining to make sure you already have some cozy spot saved and lots of beers to keep you pumped up while watching the big event in HDTV. Now if you are somewhere in the Westchester area and thinking of having a watch party at a bar, the following watering holes have some of the finest Super Bowl specials to offer in celebration of the big game:
Our Top Choices of Westchester Bars in Which to Enjoy a Super Bowl Watch-Party
First on our list is The Pub at the Empire City Casino in Yonkers Ave. Even if the joint has 47 television screens, it would be to your advantage to be there early. Many are expected to watch the Super Bowl at The Pub because the bar will have a special “5 for $5 Menu” during the game, but only for a limited time. A bottle of Budweiser or Bud Light plus a trio of appetizers to go with your beer: jumbo hotdogs, Buffalo-style chicken sliders and meatball parmesan, will only cost you $5 each.
If you and your friends want to get fired-up for the game, watch the Super Bowl at the NY Firehouse Grille in Welcher Ave. Again, you won’t be able to find a place unless you are there early because this popular grill is often jampacked even during regular NFL game days. This Sunday and during the Super Bowl LIV, the popularly notorious Firehouse wings will cost you only 0.50 cents per piece. The grill bar has a great array of snacks to choose from: $2 hotdogs, $4 tasty sliders, $6 crunchy pig skins, $8 Irish nachos or a full platter of samplers for only $10.
In case the NY Firehouse Grill is too full for your Super Bowl watching pleasure, you can go to Maggie Spillane’s Bar & Restaurant at Gramatan Ave. Maggie’s Super Bowl offering is a complimentary half-time beer specials and a buffet table.
Not so fond of chicken wings as you are with pizza? That means the best place to be tonight is at The Parlor.
Chef DiBari’s pizza parlor at Cedar St. traditionally has specials to serve during the Big Game in addition to the in-house domestic and craft beer sold by the bucket at $15 and $22, which usually sells at $6 each. Still, if you’re looking for something other than pizza, checkout the Chef’s Wood Fired Super Bowl Box, which packs a dozen wings, eight smoked ribs with BBQ sauce, and a grand wood-fired stromboli filled with basil pesto and pomodoro sauce.