This Super Bowl Sunday, our beloved Giants take on the loathsome Patriots and it’s going to be a hell of a game. If you don’t already have a party to attend or a seat designated at your favorite bar, you should plan to watch the spectacle surrounded by fellow hooligans at one of the many special events planned across the borough. For example, The Bell House will be showing the game on its big screen, with color commentary in the form of a live feed of Super Bowl-related tweets from the funny folks at Witstream, plus drink specials and hot food from Urban Rustic. If you’re heading to North Brooklyn, you can catch every play (and commercial) in movie theater-quality and surround sound at Williamsburg’s Nitehawk Cinema. Brooklyn Bowl will be throwing its annual Super Bowl bash, with plenty of Blue Ribbon fried chicken to go around, Brooklyn Winery will be offering a 92” screen, hanger steak-chili, and buckets of Brooklyn Brewery beer, and The Knitting Factory will have a 12-foot projection screen running with free snacks and the option to reserve special party packages. Finally, if you just aren’t into football, you can while away the evening watching classic sports-themed sci-fi flicks at The Way Station’s Too Nerdy for the Super Bowl event. Wherever you go, get there early and don’t show up in a Brady jersey. Go Eli!