Where To Watch The Super Bowl In Hudson County

by Brian McHugh

Not everyone needs the ferocity of die-hard fans and heavy drinking to enjoy the Super Bowl. Here’s a list of 18 places where you can escape the rowdy crowds to enjoy the big game.

Jersey City


Raval Tapas Bar & Cocktail Lounge: Normal happy hour specials including half-off tapas, sangria, and mixed drinks.  

Battello: Enjoy calamari, oysters, or lobster salad at the bar while watching the game, and choose from Battello’s eclectic beer selection which includes Chimay Red and Allagash White.    

Grove Square: Grove Square is comprised of five rooms, including a Wine & Whiskey Bar, the Bistro, and the Third Base Sports Cafe. Tickets for their Super Bowl party are $30 and include an open bar and open buffet. All sections of Grove Square will be open, meaning you can hide out in the Wine & Whiskey Bar to watch the game on the big screen.

White Star Bar: Wing baskets, two TV’s at the bar, and a projector upstairs.


1-Republik: Over 40 flat screens and ten projectors, 1-Republik bills itself as a ‘premiere upscale sports bar’ and gastropub. The menu speaks for itself: steak sandwiches and lobster rolls, calamari and braised short-ribs.

Zack’s Oak Bar: 4 flat screens and $5 specials on drafts, well drinks, and wine. Plus crabcakes, chicken tempura, and bacon-roasted brussel sprouts.

Pilsener Haus: Bier and bratwurst, and four projection screens. Look for specials on their in-house pilsener.

The Living Room: Salumeria, cocktails, and TV’s at the bar.

Union City


Angelo’s Cafe Bar: 6 drafts for $20, mix and match! Ecuadorian cuisine, rib-eye steaks, and stuffed baked clams.

Hudson Blue Bar: Enjoy the game on TV’s at the bar, and turn around during commercial breaks to a view of the stunning Manhattan skyline across the Hudson.

North Bergen/West New York

Social 59: Drink specials TBA, plus flat-screens and projectors and empanadas with homemade mojo sauce.

Son CubanoThe best Cuban fare in Hudson County, overlooking the Manhattan skyline.

Waterside Restaurant: The Frutti Di Mare tower, up to three tiers… plus, try the long list of appetizers and salumi.

Cliffside Park

Mitchell’s Fish Market: Happy Hour specials include $5 liquors, drafts, and cocktails, plus salmon sliders, bacon-wrapped BBQ shrimp, and tuna poke. Plus, you can see Manhattan from the GWB right down to the Freedom Tower.

Haven Restaurant + Bar: Truffle parmesan fries, smoked eggplant humus, and an elegant lounge, right off of River Road.

Pier 115Offering a selection of over 100 beers, two dozen flat-screens, and gastropub cuisine.

Mitchell’s Fish Market

Fort Lee

GW Grill: A free half-time buffet with pasta and chicken francaise, plus a raffle for a flat screen TV.

The Beer Spot & Grill: Tickets to their 1st annual Super Bowl Party include a complimentary buffet and an open bar, with 30 beers on tap.

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Brian McHugh is an intern at Unity Media, the newest addition to their group. He loves traveling, books, blogs, and is interested in development, real-estate, arts, and design.

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