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Best Places to Watch Super Bowl LVI

Whether you’re watching Super Bowl LVI from a sports bar or the comfort of your couch, good game day grub is essential. Here are five Long Island restaurants with the best Super Bowl spreads.

Ben's Kosher Deli

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Ben’s Kosher Deli is a family-owned and operated restaurant and delicatessen that has been serving up the finest authentic New York Kosher deli and eastern European comfort foods since 1972. The Big Game menu features a giant hero, cold-cut classic, over-stuffed sandwiches, grilled chicken breast hero selections and more. There is an option to add hot or BBQ wings for $9.99 and free munchies will be given with any big game orders for 12 or more. Call Ben’s Catering hotline at 1-800-344-BENS.

Miller's Ale House

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Margarita, mules and mojitos, oh my! Miller’s Ale House was voted Best Sports Bar on Long Island by Best of LI this year, largely because of its delicious signature cocktails and over 35 taps of local, craft, domestic and imported beer. Miller’s also has an extensive wine selection, ranking from Proseccos to Cabernet Sauvignon. Food favorites include mozzarella sticks, mac & cheese, BBQ baby back ribs, homemade meatloaf and English pub fish & chips. Miller’s 60-plus TVs also makes it the perfect place to watch the Bengals vs Rams.

Changing Times

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Changing Times has locations in Bay Shore, East Northport and Farmingdale. All three provide fun atmospheres for the Super Bowl featuring over 48 televisions and a kitchen that stays open late, it’s perfect place to cheer your team on. Delicious menu items include the buffalo fingers, jumbo pretzel, loaded bison burger and marinated rib eye steak. Changing Times also hosts fun weekly events, such as Happy Hour, Ladies Night and daily drink specials.


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Townline BBQ in Sagaponack is celebrating the Super Bowl with great game day snacks to-go. Special growlers are also available for $21- (Montauk Brewery or seasonal tap) as well as a curated four-pack of special brews for $30. Takeout specials include nacho treys, double smoked bacon French onion dip, pulled pork sandwich kits, and a chicken and rib dinner. Orders for Super Bowl Sunday must be placed in advance by calling (631) 537-BBQ1. Townline will also be open for Super Bowl Sunday from noon to 10 p.m. A free raffle ticket will be given for every bar purchase and guests will have an opportunity to win prizes.

George Martin's Grillfire

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Go big or go home for the big game with George Martin's Grillfire. The popular steakhouse in Merrick is offering half and full trays of their favorite football eats for The Big Game. Orders must be placed by Saturday, February 12 and picked up by Sunday, February 13 between noon – 3 p.m. The restaurant will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 13 for brunch. Please call the restaurant directly at 631-379-2222 to place your orders. Menu items include chicken fingers, mac & cheese, chili pop shrimp, chopped tomato bleu salad and baby back ribs. Call the restaurant directly at 631-379-2222 to place your orders.

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