Yeah, we’re bummed the Pats aren’t in the Super Bowl but you still can go out and watch the big game! The 49’s face the Chiefs on Sunday at 6:30pm. Whether you’re looking for a massive screen or the best drink deals in town, we’ve rounded up which Southie spots you should head to on Sunday.
Capo is now football central on game day! With the additional of two projector screens to the front dining room as well as two televisions over the back bar, the restaurant now has a total of 3 projector screens and 4 televisions, The front “Tavern Room” will be more football focused perfect for sharing pizza and meatballs while you watch the Super Bowl, leaving the back room to be a more traditional dining room experience where you can still keep an eye on the game. Downstairs at the Supper Club, Sinatra Sunday will kick off at 6pm for those who could care less about the game!
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With a whopping 24 TVs and built-in Sunday funday crowd of twenty-something (and often rowdy) regulars, owners expect a full house come Sunday. (Translation: Secure a seat by brunch, or expect to wait in a line.)
Six TVs, three projectors, and a DJ during commercial breaks ensures that Lincoln will be hopping on Super Bowl Sunday. Be on the lookout for Super Bowl Sunday good and drinks specials!
Backyard Betty’s will have the Super Bowl all TV’s! Order up Betty’s shareable bucket of “haterade” cocktail and their giant skillet of nachos!
Gather up the gang and head out to watch at Coppersmith! This place is perfect for large groups with two 12ft projection screens. There will be dueling food trucks featuring a Bacon Wrapped San Fran Street Dog and Crispy Kansas City BBQ Wings! You’ll also want to try their Chief Mahomes and Garoppolo Gold specialty cocktails!
A neighborhood staple since 1979, this old-school bar will be serving up their renowned steak tips in front of an ample amount of flat screen TVs airing the game. Enjoy the Seapoint Sampler – filled with appetizers like potato skins, mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders and pitchers of beers! Maybe a game of pool come halftime! Plenty of free parking too!
The Broadway is a perfect spot to watch the game. This spacious restaurant offers plenty of beer on tap, signature cocktails, punch bowls to share, plus a menu filled with shareable appetizers like spicy wings, whipped feta, meatballs, tater skins and more! The Broadway also serves up hot and delicious wood fire pizza too! There are plenty of wide-screen TV’s to watch the game to make sure you don’t miss a play. T
Three large TVs, a slew of sharable plates, and inventive craft cocktails make this tiny gem the coziest place to take in the game on what’s sure to be a freezing-cold Sunday. Check out Roza Lyons!
Fat Baby is fired up for the big game! They have trays of shareable appetizers super size for the Super Bowl! Wings $40 – 48 wings: sriracha buffalo or honey bbq, comes with cilantro lime ranch and blue cheese. Crab Rangoons + Fried Dumplings $45 – 24 pieces of each, dumpling sauce + chili plum sauce
Crunchy Tuna Platter $60 – 11 Rolls, 88 pieces, spicy mayo + eel sauce. Perfect for 8-10 people. No substitutions.
The Lodge at Publico has a cozy apres ski vibe and plenty of screens projecting the game! Get cozy by the fire, order up some lodge apps, and when there’s a touch, you can celebrate with a shot-ski! DJ Tao will be playing too!
Nine TVs, friendly faces behind the bar, and a menu of classic bar fare will surely be the main attractions at The Junction on Super Bowl Sunday.
The Playwright is always ready for the game. There’s plenty of TV’s plus a menu perfect for sharing with items like buffalo chicken dip, nachos, wings, plus burgers and mac n’ cheese!