The biggest football game of the year is almost upon us. Whether you’re rooting for the 49ers or the Chiefs or are just there for the snacks and to watch Usher’s halftime performance, here are a few places here in Sacramento where you can watch the Big Game.
414 K St., Suite 180
Tom’s Watch Bar is Sacramento’s hottest new sports bar, offering a 360-degree viewing experience with TVs on every inch of the wall. Not only does this Downtown Sacramento sports bar make for a great watch party spot, but it’s also the ultimate place to grub with tons of different drinks and all your traditional sports bar favorites like deep-dish nachos, wings, and burgers.
1409 R St.
Gather your flock and cheer on your favorite team at this R Street Corridor restaurant and bar. Bawk! By Urban Roots offers all things chicken, as well as an array of beers and craft cocktails. Whether you’re a chicken and can’t handle the heat, or like to keep things hotter than hot, Bawk! lets you choose the spice level of your fried chicken.
1022 2nd St.
Get a taste of the UK as you watch the game at Bear & Crown British Pub’s Big Game Watch Party on Sunday, Feb. 11 from 3-7 p.m. A ticket to this Old Sacramento Waterfront pub’s watch party gets you sliders and pretzel bites as well as $2 off all draught beer, house wine, and well cocktails. For more information about the event, click HERE.
985 Riverfront St.
Feel like you’re really at the game by catching it in the fresh air at Drake’s: The Barn in West Sacramento. Drake’s has plenty of spots to watch the Big Game whether that be outside in the beer garden, on the flat screens in PizzaSmith, or the new projector in the Cocktail Lounge. As you cheer on your favorite team to victory, grub on buckets of wings, pizzas, and Touchdown Tots while sipping on Drake’s beer.
1136 16th St.
Located at the corner of 16th and L streets, Public House Downtown offers a unique approach to the classic sports bar with its 25 flat screens and unrivaled sound system. The casual and comfortable alehouse has over 60 beers on tap and serves traditional, yet modern American-style dishes such as banh mi sliders, a giant Bavarian pretzel, and pulled pork nachos.
723 56th St.
Clubhouse 56 is a great place to cheer on your favorite team, as they have two movie theater screens and several flat-screen TVs. This East Sacramento sports bar also offers a number of beers, wines, and craft cocktails alongside fresh, locally sourced classic bar food favorites from some of the best chefs in the region.
131 Fulton Ave. Suite D
Grab your friends and head to Field House American Sports Pub in Arden-Arcade. From street tacos, to potato skins, mozzarella sticks, onion rings, and several different types of fries, Field House American Sports Pub has just about every bar food favorite you can think of. Pair your array of bar bites with one of Field House’s craft cocktails, wines, or 14 different beers on tap to make it a true game day experience.
2724 J St.
If you’re looking for a fun and lively atmosphere to watch the game, look no further than Barwest Midtown. With a 75-foot big-screen TV, plenty of small bites, and dozens of craft cocktails, you’re guaranteed to have a spectacular Superbowl Sunday. Going out with a group? Be sure to try one of Barwest’s 96 oz. cocktail fishbowls for everyone to share.
Restaurant Pictured: Sauced BBQ & Spirits
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Other Great Places to Watch the Big Game:
Chargin’s Bar & Grill | 4900 J St.
Cheaters Sports Bar | 3221 Folsom Blvd.
Henry’s Lounge | 2019 O St.
Idle Hour Sports Bar | 6816 Fruitridge Road
Kick’n Mule Restaurant and Sports Bar | 2901 W Capitol Ave.
Mojo's Local Tap & Kitchen | 1431 I St.
Midtown Gastrobar | 1616 J St.
Pitch and Fiddle | 8704 La Riviera Dr.
Punch Bowl Social | 500 J St. Suite 100
Sauced BBQ & Spirits | 1028 7th St.
Stingers Sports Pub | 7890 La Riviera Dr.
Twin Peaks | 535 Howe Ave.
University of Beer | 1510 16th St. #300