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Where to Watch Super Bowl LII In Memphis 2018

Photo: Amanda Hill

On February 4th, many of us will be watching intently as the battle of University of Memphis Kickers Jake Elliot and Stephen Gostkowski takes place on national television with local Memphian Justin Timberlake performing at halftime.

This year, the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots (of course the Patriots) are facing off in a rematch of Super Bowl 39. If you aren’t planning on throwing your own party, local sports bars around the city have got you covered. Whereever you choose to go, be ready to partake in the classic tradition of rooting for anyone but the Patriots (unless you’re from New England and in that case, you get a pass) and skipping to the commercials. And while it may sound odd to those outside of Memphis, here’s hoping there are plenty of field goals!

Celtic Crossing – Superb Owl Party

  • 903 S Cooper St
  • 5 pm to 11:59 pm
  • (901) 274-5151

Celebrate the biggest of bowls at Celtic Crossing! They’ll be offering food specials all night as well as door prizes and raffles.

Flying Saucer

  • 1400 N Germantown Pkwy
  • 5:30 pm to 11:30 pm
  • (901) 755-5530

Enjoy $3 pints throughout the evening while you’re watching the game!

Tin Roof

  • 315 Beale St
  • 5 pm to 11 pm
  • (901) 527-9911

Join Tin Roof for their first ever Super Bowl party. They’ll have great food and drinks available all night and prizes available each quarter for guessing the correct score!

Railgarten 

  • 2166 Central Ave.
  • 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
  • (901) 504-4342

Join Railgarten to root for the underdogs! They’ll have $3 drafts, $4 wells, $5 snacks, and $5 shooters from 4-7 pm to get you ready for all of the action.

Loflin Yard

  • 7 W Carolina Ave
  • 5 pm to 10 pm
  • (901) 290-1140

Celebrate and watch the big game at Loflin Yard on the Coach House screens with Smoke House specialties and game day-approved beverages from beer to bourbon.

Ghost River Brewing Co.

  • 827 South Main Street
  • 12 pm to 9 pm
  • (901) 661-4976

Ghost River will be joined by Flying Sobies Hen House Food Truck for the big game. They will also have drinks specials and have live music hosted by Tiffany Harmon.

High Point Pub

  • 477 High Point Terrace
  • 4pm to 10pm
  • (901) 452-9203

Enjoy game day food and drinks while watching the game with friends.

Harpo’s

  • 4212 Thomas Street
  • 5 pm to 10 pm
  • (901) 337-9399

Join Harpo’s in watching the big game with food and drink specials all night long.

The Vault on GE Patterson

  • 124 G.E. Patterson
  • 11 am – 10 pm
  • Over 20 TVs and food and drink specials running all day and all night.

The Rec Room

  • 3000 Broad Ave

 This arcade styled bar will be playing the game on their 5 giant projector screens. They’ll have specials on drafts and pitchers and more.

Young Avenue Deli

More suggestions that may or may not be offering watch parties but are still great spots to watch:

With a huge projection screen, an impressive list of draft beer, and late night food, this staple midtown bar is a great place to drink and watch the game with fellow sports fans.

  • Next Door – Cooper Young
    • 937 Cooper St
    • Mon – Wed: 3pm-10pm, Thurs & Fri: 3pm-12am, Sat: 11am-12am, Sun: 11am -10pm

Next Door offers craft beer, bourbon & eclectic comfort food with a Southern twist.

For those sticking near campus, Ubee’s is a college area bar with a wide variety of drink specials throughout the week, burgers, and of course sports fans.

One of the most popular bars in East Memphis will be playing the games throughout the bar and on their patio. They have drink specials from 4PM to 7PM.

With tiny hamburgers, their famous Jameson Slushies, and a patio twice the size of the restaurant itself, Slider Inn is a great place to enjoy the weather and the games, whether outside or in.

  • The Rec Room – Binghampton
    • 3000 Broad Ave
    • Mon – Thurs: 4pm-12am, Fri: 4pm-2am, Sat: 12pm-2am, Sun: 12pm-12am

 This arcade styled bar will be playing the games on their 5 giant projector screens. They will also be offering drink specials during the later games. What’s better than playing video games while watching the game?

  • Local Gastropub – Midtown/Downtown
    • 2126 Madison Ave/ 95 S. Main St.
    • Open 11am-3am

Both the downtown and midtown Local locations will be showing the games on their TV. Happy hour is from 4pm-7pm.

One of Memphis’ most prominent watering holes, all of the Huey’s locations will be playing the game as well as having their regular happy hour specials.

With great pizza, a great beer selection, and plenty of TVs, Aldo’s is one of the more laid-back places to watch the games with a wide selection of local beers available. Daily slice specials available. Check out the rooftop patio at the midtown while you’re there.

Alex’s Tavern is a hidden gem when it comes to watching local sports games. Great burgers and ribs available.

  • Newby’s – University District
    • 539 S Highland St.
    • Daily 11am-3am

Newby’s offers plenty of local brews, full food menu, large TVs, and happy hour specials.

  • Wiseacre Taproom – Binghampton
    • 2783 Broad Ave
    • Thu to Fri 4pm – 9pm; Sat 1pm – 9pm

Wiseacre has new brews on tap and food trucks on site. Keep up with their daily schedule here.

Celtic boasts eight TVs, some of which are outside on the patio. Enjoy a tall glass of Guinness and an authentic Irish menu.

  • The Bluff – University District
    • 535 South Highland
    • Open 11am-3am daily

The Bluff features two downstairs bars, a balcony with a bar, a full food menu, cocktails, local beers on tap, and plenty of TVs.

Watching at home instead? Check out these places that deliver.

Know of a watch party we missed? Let us know!

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