Plan the Perfect Super Bowl

by Katie Schlientz
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Super Bowl Sunday: Westchester Places To Go

If you haven’t made your plans for tomorrow’s big game, don’t fret—there are plenty places in the county to grab some delicious bar eats, an ice cold beer and a spot in front of screen to catch the game. Kick off starts at 6:30, so make sure to get to your party well in advance to snag a seat!

MTK Tavern, Mount Kisco

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With four large screen TVs  and a 6-foot projector screen in the lounge, it’s not hard to find a spot where you’ve got a great view of the game. The Tavern will be serving up plenty of food to boot—the first half features a buffet with typical bar snacks like wings and chips’n’salsa, but the halftime “smorgasbord” offers BBQ beef sandwiches, salmon croquettes, steamed mussels, sausage and even some pasta! Tickets are sold in advance—$35 for food/$45 includes food and a pitcher of beer or bottle of wine (tax and gratuity extra): 914-2183344

Ron Blacks, White Plains

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This White Plains sports bar also has several TVs offering plenty of views of the head-to-head match up, but if you snap a seat at the bar, you’ll score some free chili nachos. Beer pitcher specials on both Bud Light ($13) and Stella ($18). Going with a group? Make sure to take advantage of the wing special. Order 90 wings, and they’ll throw in a free ten to bring you to a full hundo.

Molly Spillanes, Mamaroneck

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It’s hard to choose between Mickey’s (Eastchester) and Molly’s, but I can’t help but love the interior of the latter. The perfect spot to grab some game food and pitcher combos, the bar is also giving away an iPad at halftime! I can’t go without indulging on some of my Irish favorites, including the corned beef and cabbage…

Rory Dolan’s, Yonkers

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This is the sports man’s sports bar… on steroids. There won’t be an empty barstool in this place, but with dozens of high-definition TVs and a huge projection screen, you won’t miss a minute of game time (or those commercials). Oh, and did I mention—there’s a complimentary halftime buffet featuring some game day favorites like wings, quesadillas, potato skins and mozzarella sticks.

Looking for a happy medium?

Try The Mill in Hastings-on-Hudson. This gastropub is certainly no sports bar, but will offer the sports fans a great view of the game (not to mention some delicious wings, artisan beer and burgers), while those who just want to watch commercials can enjoy a nice glass of wine, roast chicken and more! Drink specials start at $5.

Throw the Best Super Bowl Party

• Don’t want to cook? Swing by the Iron Tomato in White plains to snap up everything from pizza and wings, to sandwiches, crackers and cheese and more.

• Check out this pigskin-inspired recipe from Great Balls of Cheese by Michelle Buffardi. The bacon and jalapeno flavored cheese ball is certainly a fan-favorite!

• Visit Chocolations in Mamaroneck for football-themed chocolates perfect for game time! The chocolate shop recently teamed up with 350 Classic Bakeshop, offering some super cute—not to mention delicious—cupcakes and cakes perfect for Super Bowl Sunday.

• Check out the great recipes for game day, compliments of chef and Swirls of Flavor blogger Gwynn Galvin:

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