Forty Ate-First Pop-Up Super Bowl Restaurant

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You can’t beat the view at Forty Ate.IMG_1389


For the first time the NFL opened a Super Bowl-themed pop up restaurant for Super Bowl week, and they did it with one insane view of Times Square and Super Bowl Boulevard.

Forty Ate, a modern steakhouse, sits inside the Renaissance Hotel on West 48th Street and is said to provide diners with the ultimate Super Bowl Experience. Dine among artifacts curated by the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the full set of 47 Super Bowl rings.

IMG_1374 IMG_1399 IMG_1395 IMG_1383The menu includes Tuscan Kale Caesar with Pecorino Romano and Roasted Breadcrumbs


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The “Gridiron” Burger with Vermont Cheddar, Caramelized Onions, Tomato Jam and Rosemary Fries


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Grilled Skirt Steak with Potato Puree, Truffle Shoe Strings and Watercress


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Roasted Beef Filet


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Poached Halibut


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…and don’t forget dessert


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Forty Ate is no longer accepting reservations , but says walk ins may still get a seat through lunch Sunday. Find more information on their website.

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