Where to Watch Super Bowl LIV
Super Bowl LIV is this Sunday, which is a great reason to gather with friends and watch some (hopefully) good football between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. Whether you’re most hyped for the Halftime show featuring JLO and Shakira, or for the entertaining TV commercials, we have you covered with this list of Houston spots where you can sit back, relax and enjoy the game.
Beer Market Co. Midtown
3304 Milam St.
Sunday hours: 10:30 a.m.-2 a.m.
Pregame with brunch at Beer Market Co. and stick around to watch the game from any of their 60+ TVs.
Eight Row Flint
1039 Yale St.
Sunday hours: 11 a.m.-midnight
Eight Row Flint is hosting its 4th annual potluck on Super Bowl Sunday. Guests are invited to bring their favorite dish to share with other Eight Row guests. Eight Row’s food truck will also be open, and the bar will offer beer specials.
3210 W. Dallas St.
Sunday hours: 10 a.m.– 9 p.m.
The Sunroom at Emmaline makes for the perfect spot for a Super Bowl watch party. Book a table or the whole room and enjoy Super Bowl Sunday specials including happy hour beginning at 3 p.m., featuring their Game Day Dog (Texas Wagyu Hot Dog topped with truffled honey slaw, candied peppers, pickled onions, avocado mousse and chipotle aioli) and an iced-cold beer for $15. Emmaline's Sunroom has a 60" TV and two additional large screens will be showing the game from the bar area!
Frank’s Americana Revival
3736 Westheimer Rd.
Sunday hours: 4:45 p.m.-9 p.m.
If you’re looking to indulge this Super Bowl, visit Frank’s, where, for the price of $80 per person, football lovers can enjoy a VIP experience with an array of foods, sodas, wines by the glass, as well as spirits and beers. Doors will open at 4:45 p.m. for guests to be comfortably seated for kickoff at 5:30 p.m. The game will be playing from multiple TVs, but it's best to call ahead as space will fill up quickly! Start off your night with appetizers like Smoked Duck Wontons, Deviled Eggs and Pigs ‘n’ Blanket. Then enjoy Grilled Salmon, a Slider Trio, hot wings and more. Top it all off with a selection of fresh baked cookies, mason jar tres leches, and Thin Mint brandy freezes. The Super Bowl champ might be up in the air, but one thing’s for sure: you will not go home hungry.
801 St. Emanuel St.
Sunday hours: 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
Lucky’s Pub is doing it big for the Super Bowl. Enjoy drink specials, football bingo, plenty of TVs and chairs, plus a live DJ getting the party started early. This event is 21+ only.
Saint Arnold Brewery
2000 Lyons Ave.
Sunday hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
If you’re more of a dog-lover than a football-lover, then head over to Saint Arnold Brewery, where they’ll be showing The Puppy Bowl starting at 2 p.m. on their 16-ft Super Screen. BARC will also be onsite for mobile pet adoptions. Stick around to enjoy a cold beer while watching the real game in the evening.
The Moran CITYCENTRE
800 Sorella Court
Sunday hours: 4 p.m.-12 a.m.
The Moran hotel in CITYCENTRE is hosting a watch party inside its Fireside Lounge. Guests will enjoy a special menu of drink specials at Fireside all weekend long, including buckets of beer ($18-20), specialty cocktails ($6-7) and wine by the glass ($6). Additionally, from 3- 9 p.m. on game day, guests can indulge in featured bar bites priced from $4-17 that include fried chicken wings, signature Houston nachos and hanger steak with fries. The game will be shown on a few televisions in the lounge, and it will be projected onto an extra large screen as well. Grab your friends and cheer on your favorite team in style.
6750 Main St.
Sunday hours: 12 p.m.-midnight
Enjoy a Super Bowl party without all the clean-up at The Naturalist with these big game specials. Purchase a bucket of domestic beer (5 bottles) for $15, a trio of juicy sliders for $15, and hot dogs with all the fixings for $4 each. These specials will be available all day long on Super Bowl Sunday, and the game will be playing on the two 60" TVs at the bar.
The Original Ninfa’s Uptown
1700 Post Oak Blvd.
Sunday Hours: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
The Original Ninfa’s Uptown will be serving up its Happy Hour menu for the entire game! Enjoy $7 cocktails like The Original Ninfarita – “Houston’s Most Famous Margarita” – and $8 bites like the lamb taquitos and spicy crab and shrimp tostada. Don’t forget the queso while you’re there!
The Square at Memorial City
600 Memorial City Way
Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the game on the 24x14 ft Big Screen HDTV with surround sound in Memorial City. There will be complimentary popcorn plus football-shaped beach balls for the kiddos while they last. You can also grab a patio seat at The Rouxpour, The Cheesecake Factory or Maggiano’s Little Italy to enjoy drinks and a meal while watching the game.
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