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Super Bowl Sunday at 1776 by David Burke featuring Topgolf Swing Suite

Super Bowl Sunday at 1776 by David Burke featuring Topgolf Swing Suite

Are you ready for some football? 1776 by David Burke featuring Topgolf Swing Suite is set for kickoff with one of New Jersey’s most exciting new entertainment experiences! Start your tailgate party early in the suites, which open at 4 p.m.

Watch the world’s most anticipated NFL game in your own semi-private luxury suite for up to 10 fans, each of the stylish suites has its own large screen to watch the game or play games; and there is one super-sized 160 projection screen within the suite area for everyone to cheer the game on together. Enjoy 1776’s world-class, tailgating Topgolf menu curated by internationally awarded celebrity Chef David Burke.

1776 by David Burke recently received three and a half stars by NJ Monthly. The stunning restaurant and suites – designed by world-renowned Michael Graves Architectural Design, Princeton – is conveniently located on the historic Morristown Green. It is like nothing else in New Jersey and is the most happening, premier destination for savvy diners, sports fans and fun seekers!

For the Big Game, each Topgolf Swing Suite comes with a comfortable, sectional sofa and high tops. They will serve a Topgolf menu, wines, artisan cocktails and craft beers. Some of the menu items are oysters-opened-to-order, Chef Burke’s signature Clothesline Bacon and Lobster Dumplings, House-made Pasta and Pizza, Dry-aged Cheeseburger, Sushi menu, decadent desserts and more. Additionally, the entire restaurant and bar are also open at 4 p.m. with several big screen TVs throughout.

The project was conceived by founder David Vorcheimer, along with his fellow Green Group Morristown managing partners Chance Healy and George Schneider. All three are local residents, as is the entire Green Group investment team. The project is a testimony to the partners’ belief in downtown Morristown’s potential and the Green Group’s 1776 project has become a model for other historic cities or towns that offer vital, walkable business districts.

The layout of the state-of-the-art restaurant, accommodating 290 guests, is big and bright and takes full advantage of views of the historic Morristown Green. The boldly lit, large bar is the focal point of lively activity and can be seen from the Green. Glass walls open up to various al fresco dining experiences. There is an open showcase kitchen which includes a Chef’s table overlooking the nearby historic church.

The Topgolf Swing Suites can be used for a multitude of activities, such as simulated golf, watch parties and business presentations. The suites can be booked individually; a buyout of the entire Topgolf Swing Suite area is also possible. Both the restaurant and the Topgolf Swing Suite area have their own food and cocktail menus created by “Top Chef” Chef Burke.

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