The Best Places To Watch The Super Bowl
If you’re any sort of football fan (or related, friends or married to one!), you better be Super Bowl ready. Whether the Super Bowl means weeks of recipe planning for a houseful of guests, an awesome potluck at a friend’s house, the local bar or even a trip to a special city – having a plan is essential. While you might love curling up on your couch for a regular Sunday game, Super Bowl means it’s time to spice things up. If you’re just not sure what to do, here’s a look at great places to watch the Super Bowl from coast to coast.
Miami: Head south for some of the warmest temps around. Perfect for throwing on your favorite team tank or jersey and heading straight to the bar – no winter jacket necessary! Duffy’s Sports Grill and it’s indoor/outdoor seating and TVs everywhere is the place to be.
Seattle: Got kids, but still want to get out of the house to watch the big game? Check out Patxis Pizza where everyone will be happy. Two big flatscreens center the room and word on the street is the staff at Patxis is happy to give the kiddos a ball of pizza dough to make their own – perfect entertainment while you get your game on.
Phoenix: Be at the game, of course! If you’re in Phoenix for Super Bowl XLIX, your best bet is to head to the University of Phoenix Stadium to see the game with your own two eyes.
New York City: If you’re headed to the city for the big day, there’s nothing better than Tir na nOg Times Square (especially if you’re a Patriots fan!). The crew at Tir na nOg is offering a Super Bowl special for $55 per person including snacks, open bar, half-time dinner and prizes!
Anytown, USA: Your own house…of course! Super Bowl is an awesome day to be the hostess of the year, especially if you make it a game to remember. Snacks, beer and a huge TV are all essentials to getting the job done in a stellar way.
Try making this awesome stadium dip, a centerpiece and snacks in one!
Where will you be for Super Bowl XLIX? Snug at home or headed out?
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