Super Bowl commercials can be brutal.
But with the big game over, the next time you’re on the couch and want to get a drink on the go, here are some tips for a no-mask-required Super Bowl party.
The best places to go: 1.
Super Bowl parties don’t just happen at bars and restaurants, though you should at least try to avoid drinking in public places.
Superbowl parties happen all over the city, and there are lots of places to hang out in New York City.
If you’re lucky enough to have a spot near the end of the stadium, you can head to the East River, the Lower East Side, or the Bronx Zoo.
Super bowl parties will often have a bar that can serve up booze, and bars and clubs will often be in the vicinity.
Just remember to dress appropriately.
You may not be able to get to the bars that host Super Bowl drinking parties, but there are a few places you can still get a good drink on your way home.
If your party is at the West Village bar or the Westin Hotel in Chelsea, head to one of the many bars that are serving beer, wine, or liquor on tap.
These bars have lots of happy hour specials, so if you don’t have a full night’s worth of drinks to bring, you may as well get one.
Or you can just head to a dive bar like the Red Hook, which has bars all over town serving craft cocktails and beer.
If the night is all about partying, you might as well head to New York’s other hipster hotspot, the Williamsburg Beach Club.
The club has bars with large dance floors and outdoor seating.
You can also head to Brooklyn’s trendy and well-known Brooklyn Heights neighborhood of Bushwick.
Bushwick is home to many hipster bars and eateries.
You could also head up to the Flatiron District, which is a neighborhood that is famous for its hipster nightlife.
These are just some of the places to hit during the Super Bowl.
In addition to bars and lounges, you’ll want to make sure you’re able to eat in public.
Even if you’re not the type to drink in public, you should definitely be able get a bite to eat at a restaurant in a public place.
If there are any restaurants that are open on Super Bowl Sunday, you could try to find a spot in a restaurant that is open during the day.
Just make sure that you bring a cash receipt so you can get a receipt that you can use when you go back to the bar.
The better restaurants will have food and drinks for sale, so you might be able grab some food that’s been brought in from outside the restaurant and save money.
If a bar or restaurant has a food menu for the Superbowl, you have a chance to get some of your favorite food items before you head home.
The New York Times recommends that you try to grab a burger, a hot dog, and some fries from a burger joint on Sunday.
The burger will come with a side of fries, and you’ll probably have to fork over $2.50 for your meal.
It’s also a good idea to check out the restaurant that has a burger and fries that is close to the end zone.
If these restaurants have food, you’ve got a chance of getting some food for free, too.
If all else fails, you’re going to want to have some drinks.
There are tons of bars and places where you can enjoy drinks on Superbowl Sunday.
There will be plenty of places that are not open to the public and will have a food court where you’ll be able watch the game on TVs or through a bar.
If it’s a good night, you probably won’t have to pay for a drink at these places.
You’ll probably just be able enjoy the game without paying, so it’s not as bad as you think.
There is a reason why bars and venues around the city serve beer and wine for free on Superboudubble Sundays.
You don’t want to end up with a hangover if you are drinking outside of the bar or club.
The same goes for your car.
The only place that you should really be paying for a ride is the taxi.
So, if you plan to drive and need to pay, it’s probably a good time to grab your Uber or Lyft.
If something isn’t happening, head out to a bar and have some fun.
The night can be pretty fun, so head out into the bars and get some drinks on your own.
You might even find something that you enjoy a little bit more than you expected.