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NY Giants Super Bowl Celebration 2012: Transit Info & The Best Bars, Restaurants Along Parade Route

The parade will kick off at Battery Place and Washington Street and go up the "Canyon of Heroes" to Worth Street. The ceremony will take place at City Hall Park.

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New York Giants Victory Parade
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Your best bet for catching a glimpse of Eli and crew is at City Hall Park, where there will be large viewing screens outside City Hall for fans.

Take the 4, 5, or 6 trains from Grand Central or the C train from Penn Station. See below for more info on transit directions and road closures.

Ward III
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Ward III, with their eclectic drink menu and custom cocktails, has made our radar as one of the best bars in Tribeca. We're also big fans of their Tortuga drink. A quick walk from City Hall Park, it's our top pick for Super Bowl celebrations on Tuesday.

Patriot Saloon
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If it's nothing but beer and team spirit you're looking for, look no further than the Patriot Saloon. you can order a pitcher of beer for the price of a Bud Light bottle at your standard NYC nightclub (No kidding!) Their $2 frozen margaritas, $3 Heinekens and $1.25 sliders are other wallet-happy specials.

Red Wine
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A step (or two) up on the classiness scale, this pizza/pasta/wine haven might be your best bet to rest your feet after a long day of cheering on Big Blue.

Carl's Cheesesteaks

If it's a quick, delicious lunch you're looking for to gear up for the festivities, Carl's Steaks is our number one pick for the best cheesesteaks in the city. You'll find one of their two NYC locations on Chambers Street, not far from the action.

Info & Road Closures

The parade will kick off at Battery Place and Washington Street and go up the "Canyon of Heroes" to Worth Street, followed by the ceremony at City Hall.

The following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic:

All streets between Broadway and Church Streets from Canal to Pearl Street
Lafayette and Centre Street from Canal to Chambers
Park Row between Chambers Street and Broadway
Spruce Street between Gold Street and Park Row
Battery Place between Broadway and West Thames Streets
Worth Street between Church Street and Baxter Street
No Brooklyn Bridge access to and from Park Row

Trains will not stop at these five stations:

Wall St: 4 or 5
City Hall: R
Chambers St: A or C
World Trade Center: E
Fulton St: 4, 5, A or C

Commuters, Residents and Spectators traveling to Lower Manhattan are encouraged to use:

Rector Street R Station
Fulton Street 2, 3 Station
Wall Street 2, 3 Station
South Ferry 1 Station
Chambers Street Brooklyn Bridge 4, 5, 6, J station (exit under the Municipal Building ONLY)

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