Here's Where You Can Catch the Super Bowl in the Hudson Valley

Unlimited eats, beer pong tournaments, pig roasts, and more!



Entertaining is stressful – especially on game day. Your quaint-and-cozy living room turns into a stadium of screaming, zealous, beer-guzzlers; the chip bowl needs to be refilled every five minutes; and the kid next door just threw down a prized family heirloom like a football. Wait… Is that a stain on your couch? Maybe it’s buffalo wing sauce. Maybe it’s face paint. Maybe it’s past your bedtime because it’s a Sunday, and guess what? You have to go to work tomorrow.  

This Super Bowl, the only thing you need to worry about is the score. So, here’s a list of great local places to watch the game this weekend. We promise, they’re total touchdowns. 


Juan Murphy’s, Poughkeepsie

If you dream of beer-toasts and pig-roasts, this one’s for you. $20 will get you a plate of Gennie’s soulful BBQ fare, a pitcher of Bud Light, and raffle tickets for the chance to win a jersey. Got an NFL-worthy throw? Grab a friend and sign your team up for a beer pong tournament. It all kicks off at 4 p.m. 


Aroma Thyme, Ellenville

There are few words that make you happy quite like, “all-you-can-eat.” Aroma Thyme’s endless crawfish event is 1 p.m. onwards, so the party starts long before the first kick. Did we mention it’s only $20?


Nyack Pour House, Nyack

Why settle for one selection when you can get unlimited eats for just $20? No need to decide between decadent burgers, sauce-coated wings, or bubbly cheese pizza. You can have it all. Just remember to make a reservation. 


Michael’s, Wappingers Falls

Unlimited food not enough? In addition to an all-you-can-eat buffet, this local sports fan frequent will offer an open bar — so regardless of the final score, you can appropriately rejoice or drown in sorrow.  


Sidelines Restaurant & Sports Bar, Red Hook

So you’re down to eat a lot during the big game, but you’re not down to pay a lot. Sidelines is offering a free (yes, free!) halftime buffet, so you can groove to Lady Gaga with a chicken wing — or two — in your hand. 


The Trestle, Cornwall-on-Hudson

Super Bowl meets super humans in a celebration of sport through charity. This community restaurant and watering hole will be hosting a game day pig roast, donating all proceeds to two local charities. And if your lips are still smacking for more, happy hour specials have been extended through the day.


Billy Joe’s Ribworks, Newburgh

Slosh and nosh along the Newburgh waterfront with crazy game day deals, like 50 cent wings and a five beer bucket for just $15. 

Click here to find out where you can watch the Super Bowl in Westchester County, or here for Super Bowl party tips, recipes, and more. 

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