On Sunday, February 1, now is the perfect time to hit up your most loved San Diego bars from the Gaslamp to Pacific Beach. Last year, Super Bowl was the most-watched US television event in history. Take your pick between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots, secure your drinking amusement runs and get prepared to roar. Will Tom Brady get another Super Bowl ring or will the Seahawks Re-Pete with their amazing coach Pete Carroll? Regardless of your team choice, one of the most crucial decisions of the whole NFL season is where to watch Super Bowl XLIX in San Diego. Here are some of the best suggestions:
Lucky Bastard Saloon Super Bowl Party:
Lucky Bastard is the latest sports bar in San Diego Gaslamp Downtown. It has a unique flair with pool tables and beer pong. The manager Gregg with his magnificent beard will do his best to provide great service. Come join at Lucky Bastard Saloon to watch the Super Bowl! 42 Massive TV’s and 20 Beers On Tap! $15 Buckets of Beer! (6 domestic bottles) $15 Bottles of Champagne! Add Moonshine Cherries for $1! Call 619-233-0023 to reserve your table. Lucky Bastard Saloon, 840 Fifth Ave (Between E & F St), San Diego.
Barleymash has more than 30 local micro- and nano-blends on tap and a thoroughly stocked bar. Grain mixed flatbreads make for hoisted amusement day grub alongside iron fries, topped with barbecued chicken and bourbon wing sauce or a veggie rendition with block stove broiled farmhouse veggies and pepper jack brew cheddar sauce. 600 Fifth Ave., Gaslamp Quarter, 619.255.7373.
Celebrate an American convention with German-style lager steins and pretzels at Tavern in Pacific Beach. Table-side taps guarantee a consistent stream of lager specifically to your while 42 strategically placed HDTVs mean you won’t miss a moment of the Super Bowl. Attempt the Kegs in a Blanket: Tavern’s form of the old most loved accompanies cheddar-imps wrapped in pretzel batter. 1200 Garnet Ave., Pacific Beach, 858.272.6066.
Project XLIX: The Ultimate Game Day House Party is in Downtown at the Hard Rock Hotel, including half off all flasks, drink specials, a lager pong competition from noon to 3 p.m., prizes, outfits and beats by top nearby Djs.
207 Fifth Ave., Gaslamp Quarter, 619.764.6926
Watch the most exciting game on Tin Roof’s immense projector screen notwithstanding 25 extra big televisions all through the two-story restaurant. Football lovers will appreciate a “Manufacture Your Own Game Day” nachos bar, complete with all the fixings. Food and beer specials are available throughout the day including 100oz beer towers. Table reservation for family, couples, and friends is also available. 401 G St., Gaslamp Quarter, Downtown, San Diego 619.230.8606
The Super Bowl wouldn’t be complete without a proper party full of games, prizes, drinks, pigskin, music, beer, football and did we mention drinks? Complete parking lot takes over party. This will be your new favorite watering hole – HOME & AWAY in Old Town!! TICKETS INCLUDE 4 DRINKS!!!
They have a huge outdoor area that we will be transforming into a field of dreams! Brought to you by your good friends at QuitSleep, Fortune and The Grand Artique!! 2222 San Diego Ave, SD CA 92110
New England Patriots will take on the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. Doors open at 10am. The first 100 people in the door will be entered to win an autographed football by Keenan Allen or a autographed helmet by Antonio Gates. If you would like to reserve a table there is table minimum of $150 for a 4 top and $200 for a 6 top. Miller’s Field PB, 4465 Mission Blvd, San Diego, CA.
Harrah’s Resort Southern California will have a “Super Sunday Funday” for the Big Game with appearances by previous players, including Kellen Winslow, Hank Bauer, Glenn Cadrez, Ed White, Brande Roderick and that’s just the beginning. Partygoers can appreciate the Big Game in the just took the ribbon off new occasions focus with four separate rooms giving simple survey on an enormous 9′ x 16′ screen and four monstrous drop down screens. The gathering will emphasize a “Tailgate Buffet” complete with unlimited measures of football favorites. 777 Harrah’s Rincon Way, Valley Center. (760) 751-3100
Watch the greatest round of the year on the 18-by-10 foot LED screen or unwind in one of the beachfront cabanas with your particular 46-inch TV plus optional bottle service. Saint Archer and Coronado Brewing Co. will be on location throughout the day serving up their beer as well. To reserve your cabana before game day, email email@example.com. 3125 Ocean Front Walk. (858) 228-9316
Prospect Bar & Grill:
In La Jolla, Super Bowl Sunday begins early in the afternoon till evening at Prospect Bar & Grill. Stop by the Prospect Street foundation at 1 p.m. for a pregame gathering offering the Ryan Hiller Band and stay for $3 Coors Light and shots of Jameson and Fire Balls for $6. At the point when stomachs begin snarling, a burger and lager for simply $13 will hit the spot. Prizes and giveaways will likewise be given out throughout the day.