Do you know where you'll be viewing the big game on Sunday? More importantly, what will you be eating and drinking? Here's a sampling of spots around the city that are offering Super Bowl XLIX specials.Read More
Where to Eat on Super Bowl Sunday in San Diego
Where will you be noshing on game day?
URBN St. Brewing Co.
East County's newest beer destination in downtown El Cajon will have extra TVs on their patio for game-watching. They'll open at 11:30 a.m. for brunch; specials include $15 pitchers of the brewpub's core beers and $2 off wings. Also on tap for Sunday, a chili cook-off and live music. If you're watching the game at home, URBN is offering $4 off craft pizzas with any growler fill.
The newly-remodeled eatery has plenty of TVs and is featuring an all-game-long happy hour, with $1 off all craft beer pints from your choice of 32 taps, plus football-friendly food options that include garlic knots, hot wings, mozzarella sticks, sliders and their signature pizzas.
Home to one of the biggest TV screens in San Diego (a whopping 31-feet long), this craft beer-centric eatery is serving up brunch on Sunday and offering buckets of select beer bottles for $25.
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Catch some sun on the Hotel Solamar rooftop and feast at chef Christian Graves' tailgate party. A spread that ranges from ribs, burgers, brats and sliders plus game-day snacks like wings and chips and dip will be all-you-can-eat for $25, with a beer included.
This notable North Park beer hangout is screening the game and offering an all-day bratwurst and sauerkraut special for $9, plus a variety of bites from their regular brunch menu.
Searsucker's North County outpost recently-expanded patio is stocked with plenty of TVs and chef JC Colon is roasting a whole pig for the occasion; his “Pig Skin Buffet & Feast” is $35 a person.
The action will play out here on 14 big screen TVs; chef Mike Camplin’s specials for the day include a $15 Super Sunday Happy Meal Combo, which pairs their Draft Republic Burger with parmesan fries, a shot of Benchmark Bourbon by Buffalo Trace and a Bud Light Tall Boy.
Doors open at 11 a.m. for the Super Bowl shindig that will encompass Moonshine Flats and The Deck, where the game will be shown on a monster 35" x 25' LED screen. The centerpiece will be whole roasted pig and drink specials include $12 bottles of champagne and $6 Jack Daniel's.
Babcock & Story Bar
Hotel Del Coronado's lounge has seven TVs and will be serving a Super Bowl Sunday menu that includes new football-themed cocktails from the vodka and berry-based, Patriots'-inspired Foxborough Freeze to the 12th Man Punch named for the Seattle Seahawks that blends sauvignon blanc with St. Germain liqueur, tropical juice, ginger ale and citrus. A bar bites menu, served from noon to 10 p.m., includes chorizo fonduta and blue cheese, bacon and jalapeño sliders.
Hello Betty Fish House
Oceanside’s seafood spot has 15 TVs throughout the restaurant and will feature a shareable Super Bowl special on Sunday that includes four craft beers, a crab dip appetizer and four smoked fish tacos for $49.
Iron Pig Alehouse
Iron Pig has 40 beer taps and TVs viewable from about every vantage point, plus a happy hour running all day on Sunday that includes half off rib tips and French fries.