Sunday Funday

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200 Fifth Restaurant & Bar
200 Fifth Ave., Park Slope, Brooklyn; 718-638-2925
Steelers NYC recommends a bunch of places for those partial to the black and gold, including Ship of Fools and Public House. But Park Slope’s 200 Fifth seems like the best bet: The restaurant side of the joint will be operating normally, with $3.50 pints of Blue Moon and Killian’s, while the bar offers a $45 unlimited open bar and halftime buffet package.

120 E. 15th St., at Irving Pl.; 212-677-2900
Surprise, surprise, but fans of the long-crappy Cardinals don’t have quite as many options for hometown bars. SideBar, opened this summer by the folks at Village Pourhouse, boasts a Cards-crazy head manager actively trying to fill that void. Sunday’s $50 premium open bar won’t hurt the cause.

85 Tenth Ave., nr. 15th St.; 212-400-6699
For the more refined fan, the Tom Colicchio joint is taking reservations for its lounge area, where each table will be offered the complimentary Craftsteak Snack Mix. Also, team-themed dishes will be on hand: Wagyu Nachos, a Tex-Mex tribute to the Cardinals, and a disgustingly delicious-sounding meat, fries, and coleslaw monstrosity in the style of famed Pittsburgh sandwich shop Primanti Bros.

Southern Hospitality
1460 Second Ave., nr. 76th St..; 212-249-1001
JT’s spot offers fourteen HD TVs, one HD projection screen, a free pregame Jim Beam open bar, and two package deals: the $50 Open Bar VIP, or the $80 (watch out) Ultra VIP, which also comes with all-you-can eat apps and guaranteed seating.

(Le) Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker St., nr. Thompson St.; 212-505-3474
This newish music venue, usually the home to hipster electronic acts, is not the first place that comes to mind when thinking football. But their credentials check out: $10 pitchers of Bud, twelve-foot jumbo screen, free shots every quarter, and, of course, a D.J.-d after-party.

137 Ludlow St., nr. Rivington St.; 212-529-2153
The past-its-prime nightlife spot unexpectedly comes through with some pretty good deals, including 25-cent wings; $9 beer, Bloody Mary, and mimosa pitchers; and a $30 open bar.

Trinity Pub, Banshee Pub, The Gael
Various locations
All three members of this Upper East Side bar coalition are offering the same deal: $12 pitchers of Bud, a free buffet at halftime, and a free shot anytime a touchdown is scored by either team. To which we say, Air it out, boys!

Water Street Restaurant & Lounge
137 Ludlow St., nr. Rivington St.; 212-529-2153
Water Street’s got the requisite cheap beer and wings but, more importantly, also cheap burgers! The two-for-one cheeseburger deal means $12 equals about a pound of meat.

Blue Smoke
116 E. 27th St., nr. Park Ave. South; 212-447-7733
Another classier — or at least more expensive — affair. A $135 ticket for Blue Smoke’s Big Game Blowout will get you all-you-can-eat barbecue and an open bar. Tickets here.

705 Ninth Ave., nr. 48th St.; 212-974-6012
An inevitable, but not encouraged, anti–Super Bowl party. Free cupcakes, half-off sake, and a screening of the food flick Tampopo, a Japanese cult favorite, will lure in the haters.

Leisure Time Bowl
625 Eighth Ave., at 42nd St.; 212-268-6909
Most of the time the actual game is a letdown anyway, so why not bowl through the whole thing? Leisure Time has 30 flat-screens on hand and is offering a free beer tower with every two-hour lane rental.

Sunday Funday