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Where To Watch Super Bowl 51 in San Diego

Drink and dine while cheering on your favorite team

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Ready for Super Bowl mania? Perhaps one of the most anticipated events on the American sporting calendar, Super Bowl LI is just five days away. Whether you’re an NFL newbie or die-hard fan, if you’re looking for a place to watch the Patriots square off against the Falcons, then look no further.

Houston might be hosting this year but come Sunday, February 5 you can catch the action at one of thirteen spots around San Diego – all offering killer drink deals, game day grub, menu specials, giveaways, and more in honor of Super Bowl 2017.

From sports bars and restaurants – even a downtown nightclub - regardless if you’re rooting for the Pats or the Falcons, we take a look at a thirteen spots around town to post up with friends, catch all the action and enjoy a pitcher or two.

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The Waterfront

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San Diego’s oldest tavern will be throwing a Big Game party with complimentary homemade sausages made by Waterfront matriarch, grandma Nancy Nichols. Enjoy regular menu bites like tots, wings, sliders and tacos, and stay refreshed with $3 pints or $11 Coors Light and Blue Moon pitcher specials.

Social Tap

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Boasting twenty-one 60-inch TVs, indoor-outdoor bars and over 30 beers on tap, Social makes a great spot to eat, drink, and cheer on your preferred team for Super Bowl LI. There’s a DJ from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the East Village location, plus a happy hour starting right after the final whistle - specials include wings, loaded potato rounds, in addition to game day pricing on select beer and cocktails. Both locations (College Area and East Village) have dog friendly patios too.

Eureka!

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Gourmet burger and craft beer bar Eureka! will celebrate game day with an all-day $10 wings and beer "Supper Bowl" special. Running from 1 p.m. until close, select one of many permanent beers on the list and an order of their signature Eureka! chili wings for only ten bucks. You’ll find plenty of regular game day grub on the menu too, including lollipop corn dogs, smoked chicken nachos and osso bucco riblets.

Moonshine Beach

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Moonshine Beach will host their first 'Super Sunday' party from 11 a.m. onwards - with multiple bars, TVs, and plenty of patio seating guests can move between Moonshine and Cerveza Jack’s throughout the day. The Super Bowl menu includes $2 carnitas tacos, and $3 carne asada tacos. Half-off menu items include $6 CJ's wings, and $5 applewood smoked bacon wrapped CJ Dogs. Beer/drink specials include $4 domestics and $5 we-call-its.

Soda & Swine

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Liberty Station’s old-fashioned meatball shop will celebrate the “pigskin playoffs” with tasty specials, including tempura fried onion rings, “walking taco” mac n' cheese and chili fritos, wings, and a gridiron slider. Partnering with Italian spirits brand Fernet Branca for the ultimate game day fiesta, look out for a friendly game of Super Bowl Squares, plus prizes and cocktail specials until the final whistle.

Beerfish

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Casual seafood and beer concept Beerfish will be holding a Super Bowl crawfish boil in honor of the game. Priced at $20 per person, the South Carolina-inspired feast will feature all the traditional fixings, plus a special barbecue oyster station. Running from 3 to 8 p.m., football fans can also enjoy thirty craft beers on tap while catching the action both indoors and on the outside patio.

DRIFT eat + drink

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Cheer on your team of choice at The Hyatt Regency La Jolla’s Super Bowl viewing party - tp be held at its swanky rooftop restaurant and patio, DRIFT eat + drink. Starting at 3:30 p.m. an all you can eat buffet will feature a build your own ropa veja nacho bar, black bean chili, kicked-up chicken wings and assorted sliders, plus sweets like cookies and brownies. Guests can also enjoy craft beers, micro brews and cocktails from the bar.

Gaslamp playground Parq is pulling out all the stops for its Super Bowl Party on Sunday, February 5. Watch the game on its 30-foot ultra high definition LED wall TV while enjoying food and specialty cocktails, plus live entertainment from aerial dancers and DJ Kyle Flesch. Running from 2:30 until 6:30 p.m. entry is free or you can splurge on one of nineteen VIP tables. Please note this event is 21+ only.

Red Card Cafe

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Bay Ho gastro pub Red Card Café will host an all-you-can-eat street food special for $18.99 per person. Super Bowl fans can cheer on their favorite team while noshing on unlimited TJ dogs, shrimp beignets, fundido mac n’ cheese, chicken mole tacos and mixed nuts and olives, in addition to enjoying any of the fourteen beers on tap.

Coin Haus

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La Mesa’s popular beercade bar will kick off their Super Bowl festivities with a backyard barbecue from 12 until 6 p.m. The game will be streamed from a four-screen TV matrix, while The Carver, Coal & Barrel food truck will supply smoked meats and barbecue style bites. Be in it to win it with complimentary entry to the CoinHaus football squares competition and football beer pong.

WESTROOT tavern

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Carmel Valley watering hole WESTROOT tavern will host a family style, all you can eat backyard barbecue in honor of Super Bowl Sunday. Priced at $25 per person, enjoy dogs, brats, tri-tip and barbecue ribs, plus sides like coleslaw, fries and potato salad. Raffle tickets will be on sale too, with gift cards and apparel up for grabs during half time.

Double Deuce

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Get ready to grub at Double Deuce with their ’All You Can Eat Tailgate Buffet’ from 3 p.m. to half time, and ‘All You Can Drink’ draft and premium liquor specials from 3 p.m. through the end of the game. Priced at $35 per person, the all-inclusive ticket also comprises a 22 oz. souvenir pint glass, plus two raffle prize tickets for the half time drawing – look out for the chips & salsa cart at half time too.

FIREHOUSE American Eatery + Lounge

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Head to PB for a “backyard BBQ wonderland” at FIREHOUSE American Eatery and catch the game on a 20-foot LED jumbo tron, while enjoying "Club Caliente” vibes with a “tacos, turf, and tequila” themed party presented by Grand Artique. There’ll be a guest chef from Rubicon Deli, DJs, full bar, local beers, and stadium-style seating. Tickets can be purchased online.

The Waterfront

San Diego’s oldest tavern will be throwing a Big Game party with complimentary homemade sausages made by Waterfront matriarch, grandma Nancy Nichols. Enjoy regular menu bites like tots, wings, sliders and tacos, and stay refreshed with $3 pints or $11 Coors Light and Blue Moon pitcher specials.

Social Tap

Boasting twenty-one 60-inch TVs, indoor-outdoor bars and over 30 beers on tap, Social makes a great spot to eat, drink, and cheer on your preferred team for Super Bowl LI. There’s a DJ from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the East Village location, plus a happy hour starting right after the final whistle - specials include wings, loaded potato rounds, in addition to game day pricing on select beer and cocktails. Both locations (College Area and East Village) have dog friendly patios too.

Eureka!

Gourmet burger and craft beer bar Eureka! will celebrate game day with an all-day $10 wings and beer "Supper Bowl" special. Running from 1 p.m. until close, select one of many permanent beers on the list and an order of their signature Eureka! chili wings for only ten bucks. You’ll find plenty of regular game day grub on the menu too, including lollipop corn dogs, smoked chicken nachos and osso bucco riblets.

Moonshine Beach

Moonshine Beach will host their first 'Super Sunday' party from 11 a.m. onwards - with multiple bars, TVs, and plenty of patio seating guests can move between Moonshine and Cerveza Jack’s throughout the day. The Super Bowl menu includes $2 carnitas tacos, and $3 carne asada tacos. Half-off menu items include $6 CJ's wings, and $5 applewood smoked bacon wrapped CJ Dogs. Beer/drink specials include $4 domestics and $5 we-call-its.

Soda & Swine

Liberty Station’s old-fashioned meatball shop will celebrate the “pigskin playoffs” with tasty specials, including tempura fried onion rings, “walking taco” mac n' cheese and chili fritos, wings, and a gridiron slider. Partnering with Italian spirits brand Fernet Branca for the ultimate game day fiesta, look out for a friendly game of Super Bowl Squares, plus prizes and cocktail specials until the final whistle.

Beerfish

Casual seafood and beer concept Beerfish will be holding a Super Bowl crawfish boil in honor of the game. Priced at $20 per person, the South Carolina-inspired feast will feature all the traditional fixings, plus a special barbecue oyster station. Running from 3 to 8 p.m., football fans can also enjoy thirty craft beers on tap while catching the action both indoors and on the outside patio.

DRIFT eat + drink

Cheer on your team of choice at The Hyatt Regency La Jolla’s Super Bowl viewing party - tp be held at its swanky rooftop restaurant and patio, DRIFT eat + drink. Starting at 3:30 p.m. an all you can eat buffet will feature a build your own ropa veja nacho bar, black bean chili, kicked-up chicken wings and assorted sliders, plus sweets like cookies and brownies. Guests can also enjoy craft beers, micro brews and cocktails from the bar.

Parq

Gaslamp playground Parq is pulling out all the stops for its Super Bowl Party on Sunday, February 5. Watch the game on its 30-foot ultra high definition LED wall TV while enjoying food and specialty cocktails, plus live entertainment from aerial dancers and DJ Kyle Flesch. Running from 2:30 until 6:30 p.m. entry is free or you can splurge on one of nineteen VIP tables. Please note this event is 21+ only.

Red Card Cafe

Bay Ho gastro pub Red Card Café will host an all-you-can-eat street food special for $18.99 per person. Super Bowl fans can cheer on their favorite team while noshing on unlimited TJ dogs, shrimp beignets, fundido mac n’ cheese, chicken mole tacos and mixed nuts and olives, in addition to enjoying any of the fourteen beers on tap.

Coin Haus

La Mesa’s popular beercade bar will kick off their Super Bowl festivities with a backyard barbecue from 12 until 6 p.m. The game will be streamed from a four-screen TV matrix, while The Carver, Coal & Barrel food truck will supply smoked meats and barbecue style bites. Be in it to win it with complimentary entry to the CoinHaus football squares competition and football beer pong.

WESTROOT tavern

Carmel Valley watering hole WESTROOT tavern will host a family style, all you can eat backyard barbecue in honor of Super Bowl Sunday. Priced at $25 per person, enjoy dogs, brats, tri-tip and barbecue ribs, plus sides like coleslaw, fries and potato salad. Raffle tickets will be on sale too, with gift cards and apparel up for grabs during half time.

Double Deuce

Get ready to grub at Double Deuce with their ’All You Can Eat Tailgate Buffet’ from 3 p.m. to half time, and ‘All You Can Drink’ draft and premium liquor specials from 3 p.m. through the end of the game. Priced at $35 per person, the all-inclusive ticket also comprises a 22 oz. souvenir pint glass, plus two raffle prize tickets for the half time drawing – look out for the chips & salsa cart at half time too.

FIREHOUSE American Eatery + Lounge

Head to PB for a “backyard BBQ wonderland” at FIREHOUSE American Eatery and catch the game on a 20-foot LED jumbo tron, while enjoying "Club Caliente” vibes with a “tacos, turf, and tequila” themed party presented by Grand Artique. There’ll be a guest chef from Rubicon Deli, DJs, full bar, local beers, and stadium-style seating. Tickets can be purchased online.

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