Here’s nothing like a masterpiece New York versus Boston sports game: here’s the always-dueling Red Sox and Yankees; the impressive Celtics and good (?) New York Knicks; and naturally, the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. This year’s Super Bowl highlights a reunion of 2008’s Big Game. But if you couldn’t buy tickets to Indianapolis to grab your favorite football team and enjoy (but who would you ask?, with prices in the town floating about $ 450/dinner), hole up a hotel bar neighborhood to your club. Not only will you have the comradery of friends enthusiast, but you will really be interested in the design, very very. Reward? If you become an alcoholic, You can use one of the available rooms at the hotel. Only speaking in an English-speaking household.
The Hotel: Marriott Copley Place, Boston; Boston, MA
The Bar: Champions
With 44 HD TVs strategically positioned throughout the bar, a 12 ‘X24’ viewing window, 36 Beers on Plug (we suggest some of the Dogfish lagers) a long list of margaritas, the Champions Sports Bar at Marriott is one of the best places to watch the game. Whether you rest at the bar over a sip and a small bite, or in one of the rooms appreciating a full meal — request the Boston Lobster settings — you’re certain to get a good view of the windows from the room. And also, you’re within a stone’s throw of Fenway Park and the TD Garden — multiple places that’ll make any sports enthusiast feel right at home. (Also a Boston supporter.)
The Hotel: Royal Sonesta Hotel; Boston, MA
The Bar: ArtBar
Whether a fan of the Giants or a loyal supporter of the Patriots, I’m sure to help you out, you’ll consider something to be enjoyed at the Royal Senesta’s famous ArtBar. The cafe is popping into a Viewing Party Lounge for The Super Bowl. It’s a great restaurant that has unique margaritas, called after both groups and delish snacks including snacks, 3-cheese seafood appetizer sink and chipotle-glazed chicken wings, Royal Sonesta’s bars are among the best picks for the big day.
The Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel; Boston, MA
The Bar: Capiz Bar
Cheer your brochis out from the cheerful Capiz Bar, where several well-placed flat-screen TVs might assure you can guide the game without stretching your head. If you’re alone or with a buddy try to get the towels at the bar, you’ll have the waiters (pricing a Hummingbird champagne and! “Northern Fried” chicken wings for the menu), but contact the cozy furniture by the door and watch the game without the criminals!. It rarely receives whatever good — and more convenient.
The Hotel: Affinia Shelburne; New York, NY
The Bar: Rare Bar and Grill
The laid-back Rare Bar and Grill is an entertainment choice if your excellent Super Bowl Sunday features floating with a lot of unruly roommates and a bunch of fist-pumping friends (No, also not the Jersey Shore sort. But maybe a bit.). It’s luxurious, great for boozing, and the sandwiches are great. You’re going to retreat (or a hotel), check out the hotel’s menu “For the Love of the Game” box, which includes a room update, an old check-in, a booked Metrocard and a 6-pack of beer or a bottle of wine.
The Hotel: Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel; Brooklyn, NY
The Bar: Grub Pub
Mingle with hotel guests and a young crowd at the Sheraton’s comfortable Grub Pub, located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn (and perched respectively on cute areas Fort Greene and Boerum Hill). With several windows, a few rooms, comfortable teutons and sleeps away from the floor-to-ceiling doors, and a style feeling, This is a great alternative to the classic dirty, black bars.
The Hotel: W Hoboken; Hoboken, NJ
The Bar: The Living Room
Hoboken was basically across the Hudson River from New York City, It’s in New Jersey, because this is where the Giants enjoy a lot (their location is still East Rutherford, NJ) So we had to give a little love to NYC as friends to the Americas. Plus alot of info, The restaurant offers a discounted viewing party through Gilt City. For $ 40, You can get VIP Entry to the W’s Living Room Viewing Party (an always-plush position to stun a few), which includes a choice of pasta with and savoury dishes (We’ll have Meatball Pizza, thank you!), four sip reservations, and free hand and company massages politeness of in-house bath Bliss. Doesn’t that really make you happy today?