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With our hometown team in the Super Bowl, almost everyone in Brooklyn will be glued to a television set on Sunday, Feb. 3. Some folks opt for big parties and some stay at home, but others would prefer a quiet place to watch the game over beers. If you’re looking to get off the couch and onto a bar stool, these bars will have the game on in a neighborhood near you:

Angry Wade’s

222 Smith St. at Butler Street in Carroll Gardens, (718) 488-7253.

Bar Vendetta

550 Court St. at Ninth Street in Carroll Gardens, (732) 939-4054.

Heights Cafe

84 Montague St. at Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 625-5555, www.heightscafeny.com.

Last Exit Bar and Lounge

136 Atlantic Ave. at Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 222-9198, www.lastexitbar.com.

Mulholland’s

312 Grand St. at Roebling Street in Williamsburg, (718) 486-3473, www.mulhollandsbklyn.com.

Rocky Sullivans

34 Van Dyke St. at Dwight Street in Red Hook, (718) 246-8050, www.rockysullivans.com.

Skinflints Restaurant

7902 Fifth Ave. at 79th Street in Bay Ridge, (718) 745-1116, www.skinflintsrestaurant.com.

Spike Hill

184 Bedford Ave. at North Seventh Street in Williamsburg, (718) 218-9737, www.spikehill.com

200 Fifth

200 Fifth Ave. at Union Street in Park Slope, (718) 638-2925, www.200-fifth.com.

The Wicked Monk

8415 Fifth Ave. at 84th Street in Bay Ridge, (718) 921-0601, www.wickedmonk.com.

Updated 4:35 pm, July 9, 2018
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