Wondering where to catch the game this Sunday? We did the work for you! Here are the top 10 places to eat good grub, drink strong drinks, and watch the Atlanta Falcons take on the New England Patriots!
El Rey – 723 K St.
Tacos, tequila, and touchdowns! Visit El Rey to watch on one of their 14 4K TVs and experience the game like a “King”.
What to eat: Smoked Chili Lime Chicken Taco
What to drink: Cucumber Margarita
Sauced – 1028 7th St.
Enjoy authentic BBQ and feel the Southern vibe. With over 25 TVs, there’s not a bad seat in the house! No tickets, necessary – seating is first come, first serve. Get there at 11am to claim a spot and get your food order in!
What to eat: Rednexican Nachos
What to drink:
$9 Shot and Beer Combo – “Pig Girls Don’t Rye” – a shot of Bulleit Rye and a pint Pig Ol’ Bitties Blonde Ale
Special extra tip: They have fried oreos!
Firestone – 1132 16th St.
Watch the Super Bowl on 23 HD screens and choose from 60 beers on tap at Firestone Public House! Limited tickets remain for tables/booths – reserve here.
Seats at the Bar and Standing Room DO NOT require a ticket/reservation – first come, first serve.
What to eat: Nacho Tots
What to drink: Track 7, Panic IPA
Coin-Op – 908 K St.
40+ arcade games and THE big game, too! You can root on your team while playing Donkey Kong!
What to eat: Carnivore pizza
What to drink: With a bunch of friends? Order Isabel’s Great Adventure Punch Bowl!
deVere’s Irish Pub – 1521 L St.
The best pub experience around, filled with food, whiskey, and the game!
What to eat: Bacon Cheeseburger
What to drink: Hot Toddy
SacTown Sports Bar – 106 J St.
Craft cocktails, beers on tap, and lots of sports memorabilia make SacTown Sports Bar an ideal location for a watch party.
What to eat: Brown Butter Burger
What to drink: The Unstabler
Pregame: Burgers and Beer – 405 J St.
Eager to try the newest restaurant in the downtown scene? Pregame will open for business Friday and host you for the Super Bowl on Sunday!
What to eat: The burger to the left… which has onion rings IN IT!
What to drink: Sactown Union Beer
Capitol Garage – 1500 K St.
Capitol Garage is throwing a vegan watch party! Not into the typical Super Bowl snacks? This is the place for you!
What to eat: Chili Tacos
What to drink: Ask about their drink specials!
Sports Corner – 1030 2nd St.
Head to Old Sacramento for food and drink specials galore!
What to eat: $5 special pulled pork sliders
What to drink: $10 special Miller Lite bucket
Republic Bar & Grill – 908 15th St.
There’s something for everyone at Republic! Not only is it a great place to watch the game, but they feature vintage video games, skee-ball, good food, and killer drinks.
What to eat: Sweet Chili Wings
What to drink: Keep it classic with a cold beer