Where will you be watching the Super Bowl this year? It’s a tough decision, considering it’s the biggest TV night of the year. In 2011 Super Bowl XLV was the most watched TV event in United States history, with 163 million viewers! Every year, friends and family gather around a big screen with tons of food and beer to watch the game, but if you don’t want to watch it from your couch, check out these awesome Super Bowl sports bars that are perfect for the big night.
First of all, people who live in Boston love sports, so this is a great city to be in for the Super Bowl. The Fours is filled with memorabilia, and it’s the perfect bar to have lively conversations with sports fans. The staff knows how to navigate the large crowds of fans, and the homemade clam chowder is known to be delicious!
2. Duffy’s Sports Grill, North Miami Beach
Wings, burgers, and beer stream from the kitchen all day long at Duffy’s. The latest outpost of this south Florida chain made its way into Miami in 2011 with 700 seats, 200 flat screens, a poolside bar, covered patio, and dockside service if you decide to sail your boat in for the big game. Can’t get much better than that.
You’ll be at the edge of your seat watching the game at Lagasse’s. With more than 100 flat-screen TVs, the bar has stadium seats that are wide and comfortable. Here you can get the thrill of the game and amazing food without the overwhelming stats tickers.
4. Ainsworth, New York City
With 40 flat screens and seating for 375 hungry fans, this place is perfect for Super Bowl Sunday. The Ainsworth is a little bit Vegas, a little bit Manhattan lounge and a whole lot of fun on game days. The leather banquettes lure an attractive crowd, and the menu covers bar favorites with a twist—for example the truffle mushroom burger or the crab cake sliders.
This sports bar is home to 19 beers on draft, 50 more in bottles, and 50 HD TVs. There’s even a TV in the bathroom, so you won’t have to worry about missing even a second of the game! Their menu offers a burger that is a blend of Angus chuck, short rib, and brisket. They are known for nachos and chili fries as well.