On Sunday February 7th Memphians from all corners of the city will flock to the screen to watch the most sacred of all athletic events, Super Bowl 50. Whether you’re watching the game in your favorite chair or finding a seat at your favorite bar, everyone wants the perfect setting to watch these two teams face off, (and catch those commercials). Whether you are a Denver Broncos or a Carolina Panthers fan, here are some of the best places to watch The Big Game:
- Racquet Club of Memphis, 5111 Sanderlin Ave.
Watch the Big Game while enjoying tennis, drinks, food, and friends. Get your tickets here (get 10% off seating with promo code MO901).
Lafayette’s, typically a hotspot to catch great bands, will be playing the game on a 12-foot projector with no cover. The restaurant will also have an all you can eat “Football Fanatic Food Frenzy” available for $25 a head that features a Mac ‘n’ Cheese bar and some of the venue’s best appetizers. They will also be selling five domestic beers for $10 and have several other drink specials.
A staple of the Cooper Young district, The Young Avenue Deli remains a fan favorite for sporting events and late night drinks. The Deli will be playing the game on their projector.
The Flying Saucer will be hosting one of Downtown’s best watch parties this season. The bar will have a buffet available during the game and will also host football trivia during half time.
- East Memphis
- 5101 Sanderlin Ave #100, 38117
- Phone:(901) 763-2013
- 11 AM – 3 AM
This 21-and-up bar is equipped with pool-tables, darts, ashtrays and drink specials galore for the event. Superbowl specials include $4.50 local beers, $7 Hail Mary’s (oversized Bloody Mary’s), and great deals on food to take home for your own Superbowl party. The food specials include buy one get one free for chicken wings, ribs and more. However, you must pre-order your food by Friday, February 5th.
This arcade-style bar will be playing the game on six giant projectors. You can even rent your own couch for the occasion by texting 901-209-1137 (limited seating available). The bar will also be offering $2 blue and orange jello shots. Broad Escape Rooms, locked rooms with clues and puzzles where adventurous participants have a set time limit to figure their way out of, will also be making a Super Bowl themed appearance. Click here for more info.
One of Memphis’ premiere breweries will be expanding their regular tap room hours on Sunday for the big game. Be sure to try some of the city’s favorite beers at the event.
Sound will be turned up on all TVs.
- $3.50 16oz Bud & Bud Light aluminum bottles
- 2-for-1 selected drafts
- 2-for-1 well drinks
AS Barboro will be in store to sample some of their new 16 oz aluminum bottles, and they’ll have plenty of free swag to giveaway as well.
AS BARBORO SCHEDULE:
- 3:00-4:30 Huey’s Germantown and Huey’s Collierville
- 5:00- 6:30 Huey’s Cordova and Huey’s Poplar
- 7:00-8:30 Huey’s Southwind and Huey’s Midtown
- 9:00-10:30 Huey’s Southaven and Huey’s Downtown
- 143 Beale Street
- (901) 524-5464
- 11:00am – 12:30am
Wear your NFL gear to celebrate the BIG GAME at B.B. King’s on Super Bowl Sunday. Entry is free.
Game Day Bar Specials:
- $2.50 Bud Light and Miller Lite Pints
- $3.50 Domestic Bottle Beer
- $3.00 Fireball Shots
- $4.00 Well Cocktails
- $15.00 Domeestic Beer Buckets (5 bottles)Game Day Food Specials:
- $5.00 Baskets: mini corn dogs, jalapeno poppers, boneless buffalo wings, fried dill pickles, catfish bites
- $6.00 Nacho Papi Nachos: plain, with chicken, or with pork
- $7.00 Sandwiches with French Fries: cheeseburger, catfish poboy, hickory chicken sandwich, or pulled pork sandwich
- $10.00 Big Game Sampler: combo of mini corn dogs, jalapeno poppers, and boneless buffalo wings
- $20.00 Thirsty Bowl Sampler: The $10 Big Game Sampler + bucket of domestic beers (4 bottles)