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Super Bowl Sunday at Library Cafe

at Library Cafe | Sun Feb 07

Location

Library Cafe

274 Main Street
Farmingdale, NY 11735
(Map)

Date & Time

06:00 PM
Sun, Feb 07, 2016
Cost: See event description
Description

Library Café is hosting a Super Bowl party on Sunday, February 7 beginning at 6 p.m. For $40 per person, gratuity not included, football fans receive unlimited beer and wine and a hot and cold buffet. Giveaways will be going on throughout the game and a New York Giants and a New York Jets jersey will be raffled off at half-time. Reservations are recommended and seating is limited. For those who do not choose to partake in the party package, specials will be available including:

$6 Appetizers

Buffalo Wings

Blue cheese and celery

 

Loaded Tater Tots

Bacon, scallions, cheese and sour cream

 

Buffalo Flatbread

Buffalo chicken, crumbled blue cheese and buffalo sauce

 

Mac N’ Cheese

Chef’s game day topping

 

Bavarian Pretzel Bites

Cheese and mustard

 

Cheeseburger Sliders (3)

American cheese and chopped pickles

 

RED ZONE DRINKS

Miller Lite, Bud Light, Yuengling and Blue Moon

$3 Pints/$10 Pitches

 

Gang Green Bottled Beers

$4 Heineken or Heineken Lights

 

Big Blue Bucket of Bud Light Aluminums

$12 16-ounce aluminum bottles, three per bucket

 

Sam Adams, Sam Adams Seasonal, Angry Orchard Cider

$4 Pints/$15 Pitchers

 

Red or White Sangria

$7 Glasses/$26 Pitchers

 

For at-home parties, take out is available. Order a full-tray of wings (10 lbs.) for $80 or a half tray (5 lbs.) for $45. All wings include blue cheese and celery.