Where to Watch the Super Bowl

Super Bowl 48Super Bowl XLVIII (that’s 48 in Roman Numerals) is almost upon us. Where are you going to watch the Big Game?

We have nine options for you, each of which are sure to provide big screen TVs, specials on food and drink, and plenty of fun. The game starts at 5:30 our time.


Huberts Sports Bar and Grill, 600 1st Ave. N., Minneapolis
Enjoy drink specials and $.50 wings as you watch the Big Game on 40 TVs and 3 projections screens.


The Pourhouse, 10 S. 5th St., Minneapolis
Watch Seattle take on Denver on their huge 25-foot big screen TV or on one of their flat screens. There truly is not a bad seat in the house.


Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room, 2500 University Ave., Minneapolis
Enjoy Happy Hour appetizers and $1 off all beer and drinks. Plus, if you guess the winner and the exact score and you win yourself a $100 gift card. Must be present to win.


Liquor Lyle’s, 2021 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis
Football games every Sunday, Super Bowl or not. Watch the game, enjoy regular Happy Hours and Brooklyn Lager for $3!


Bar Abilene, 1300 Lagoon Ave., Minneapolis
This bash is hosted by former Viking Esera Tuaolo and current radio host Dan Riggs. Watch the game on any number of big screen HDTVs, and enter the raffle to win great prizes.


Uptown Tavern, 1400 Lagoon Ave., Minneapolis
For $25, you get unlimited Domestic Taps and Rail drinks from kick-off until the end of the game, and a free Sloppy Joe Buffet during Halftime. Not into Sloppy Joe? Enjoy half-priced appetizers as well.


Rail Station Bar & Grill, 3675 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis
Enjoy Happy Hour prices throughout the game and a Jello shot at the end of each quarter. Win a $100 gift card for being the best dressed football fan, and if you guess the winning team, you’ll be entered into a drawing to win another $100 gift card.


O’Gara’s Bar and Grill, 164 N. Snelling Ave., St. Paul
Even if you are only going to watch for the commercials, consider O’Gara’s. $3 off all appetizers and $1 off beer throughout the game.


Grumpy’s Bar and Grill Roseville, 2801 Snelling Ave. N., Roseville
Food specials named after the two teams playing and a Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary Bar. What’s not to like?


And if you decide to stay home and watch the game with friends and family, that’s another great option. But remember that liquor stores are closed in Minnesota on Sundays, so make sure to get what you need on Saturday.

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