On Sunday, February 12th at 6:30 p.m., Super Bowl LVII comes to a jumbo-TV near you. It’s time to start strategizing about where to hunker down with friends (and team foes) to cheer or jeer the Philadelphia Eagles or the Kansas City Chiefs. There’s no shortage of convivial sports-minded spots to gather for game food, drink specials and big screens on the South Fork—but if you’re at a loss, we’ve got a few suggestions. Touch down at one of these local sporting spots and kick back for kick off!
The Point Bar & Grille is a local favorite among Montauk residents. The laidback vibe, great selection of beers on draft and good eats makes them a perfect place to hang out and watch any sporting event. For Super Bowl Sunday, they’ll be doing specials of $5 draft beers and Miller Lite cans, as well as half off select appetizers starting at 5 p.m..
Gurney’s world-famous seaside resort is a destination for vacationers, but local football fans will find bliss here, too. Gurney’s will be hosting a family-friendly viewing party of the Super Bowl in the Regent Lounge starting at 4 p.m. on Sunday. They’ll have bucket and bar food specials available as well as a couple of fun themed cocktails in honor of the two teams playing: the Kansas City Ice Water is a tall combo of vodka and gin with Cointreau, fresh lime juice and lemon lime soda and On the Wings of Eagles is for the whiskey lovers—rye, Fernet Branca, Chartreuse, citrus bitters and fresh mint.
Springs Tavern & Grill offers a beachy, casual vibe with top-notch food and drink and a super-friendly staff that’s always happy to serve. The bar is a fun place to gather with friends and watch a game, so naturally there will be a big celebration for the Super Bowl. Showing on four big screens simultaneously with happy hour going on all day, there will also be a few special menu items, too.
The Clubhouse is the premier spot in the Hamptons for group entertainment options, from bingo and karaoke to bowling leagues and, of course, all live sports coverage. For Super Bowl LVII, doors open at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday and they’ll be doing family-style game food for $30. There will be a cash bar and prizes, too. Visit their events page for table reservations.
The Chequit Inn has long been a landmark on Shelter Island, dating back to 1872. It’s perched over Dering Harbor, offering rooms, suites and dining. One of the attractions of the Chequit is the year-round open Tavern, where patrons can sit at the big center bar and enjoy some delicious food and pint specials, and of course watch the big game! Bonus: If your team is losing and you need a distraction, the pool table is free!
The Corner Bar is a friendly neighborhood spot known for some of the best burgers and mussels in town. Convivial and old-school, it’s a great place to kick back and relax with a few beers and delicious eats to watch the big game on Sunday.
You’re bound to eat well while you catch the Super Bowl at M.J. Dowlings. With different weekly specials every night, for those looking for dinner before (or even during) the game, it’s $31 for the Sunday shrimp dishes of the day. They are also known for their eclectic burger menu from old-school favorites to custom creations.
Page is known for their New American-style cuisine across a diverse menu. Their main dining room is elegant with views of their aquaponic gardens, and although Page is mainly known for the restaurant portion, there’s also often a lively crowd at the bar when the games are on. For those looking to relax with a glass of wine or specialty cocktail for the Super Bowl, Page has you covered.
Kidd Squid, a new brewery in Sag Harbor, will be screening the game on their big projection screen. Continuing their winter-time partnership with Hamptons Raclette, the brewery is serving the hearty, Swiss ooey-gooey cheese and potato dish alongside their excellent beer offerings on tap and in can. Kidd Squid brews everything from IPAs and pilsners to fruited sours and special local collaborative projects, like their popular Dreamy Coffee Stout.
The premier barbecue joint on the East End, Townline is accepting Super Bowl Sunday pre-orders for trays of BBQ combos. During the game, there will be bar-only $10 margaritas, $21 Montauk Juicy and seasonal growlers, and $30 curated four packs. Free raffle tickets will be given out with each bar purchase for a chance to win some great prizes at the end of each quarter.
Bobby Van’s is the quintessential steakhouse. Although the restaurant is known for their rich history and stellar steaks, they have a lovely bar setting that always airs sporting events. For those seeking something a bit more low-key on game day, it’s a great option for everything from light bar snacks to full-on dinner.
This beloved neighborhood bar offers a menu full of apropos Super Bowl apps, sliders, tacos, burgers and more. Great deals on local beer are on tap daily, as well as a variety of bottles and mixed drinks. It’s a casual, convivial spot to enjoy the biggest game of the year.
Fellingham’s Restaurant Sports Bar, 17 Cameron Street, Southampton, 631-283-9417
This longstanding sports bar serves classic American dishes alongside draft and bottled beer, and all shade of cocktails. Rustic and laid-back, it’s an easy local option to grab a seat, get comfortable and take in Sunday’s battle between the Eagles and Chiefs.
Popular Publick House has some great specials on deck for the big game: half-price burgers, 25 cent wings sold by the dozen, all drafts, cans and bottled beers a pocket-easy 5 bucks and $8 glasses of vino for the oenophiles. At half time, a $10 ticket fee gets you in the running to win a 70-inch TV! All specials start at 5:00 p.m., so be sure to arrive early and settle in before kickoff.
This Irish-American tavern is known for its warm and friendly atmosphere (even when the competition is stiff on the big screen!). They have a great selection of beer on tap, including Guinness and Harp if you want to start your journey by joining Buckley’s Guinness 100 pint club!