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Super Bowl Sunday is this Sunday, February 11th. Whether you wanna cheer on the Chiefs or the 49ers, watch Usher do his thing during the halftime show, or are just there for the commercials, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite places around the Tampa Bay area to watch the big game together. Score!

Be sure to check out their Facebook pages or websites as the game gets closer for official Super Bowl specials and info.

  • Sparkman Wharf
  • Yard House
  • Lona
  • Splitsville
  • Irish 31
  • Maloney’s Irish Pub
  • World of Beer
  • Tampa Bay Brewing Company
  • Walk-Ons
  • Glory Days Grill
  • Hattricks
  • Duffy’s
  • Riveters
  • Thomas P’s
  • Press Box
  • Ferg’s
  • Engine No. 9
  • Abe’s Place Tap & Grill

Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Tampa and Wesley Chapel

Sparkman Wharf

615 Channelside Dr., Tampa, FL
Enjoy the outdoors and watch the big game on the Sparkman Wharf big screen! Stop by the Lighhouse biergarten for beer, wine, and seltzers, and choose from a dozen more food and beverage options at the Wharf’s dining garden.

Yard House

450 Channelside Dr., Tampa, FL
The new Yard House in downtown Tampa is the perfect spot to catch the Super Bowl. With dozens of TVs, a full menu of American-style dishes, and the world’s largest selection of draft beer with 130 taps, what better place to watch both teams go head to head?

Lona

505 Water St., Tampa, FL
Want something a little different than chicken wings and burgers for game day? Enjoy signature authentic Mexican cuisine with a twist! Lona’s menu is loaded with authentic flavors like their 15-taco turntable. They have a wide array of craft beers and over 200 mezcal and tequila options.

Splitsville

615 Channelside Dr., Tampa, FL
Partake in some friendly competition while watching the game with Splitsville’s indoor lawn and feather bowling, ping pong, billiards, foosball, darts, and shuffleboard. Discover their eclectic menu featuring new twists on Splitsville favorites.

Irish 31

Westchase: 10102 Montague St, Tampa, FL
Hyde Park: 1611 W. Swann Ave., Tampa, FL
Wesley Chapel: 28358 Willey Way, Wesley Chapel, FL
Irish 31 has three locations – Westchase, Hyde Park, and Wesley Chapel. All locations have indoor and outdoor dining with plenty of drink specials and TVs to catch the game along with a full menu. It’s also family-friendly in case you have little fans in tow.

Maloney’s Irish Pub

Westchase: 9540 W. Linebaugh Ave, Tampa, FL
Carrollwood: 12904 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL
Downtown Tampa: 1120 E. Kennedy Blvd, unit 140, Tampa, FL
You can head to Maloney’s in either Westchase, Carrollwood, or Downtown Tampa. Catch the game on their giant TVs either inside or out on their patios. You can also enjoy game day and happy hour specials.

Maloney's Local Irish Pub
Image credit: Maloney’s Local Irish Pub

World of Beer

Westchase: 9524 W. Linebaugh Ave, Tampa, FL
Tampa International: 5311 Avion Park, Tampa, FL
Temple Terrace: 2815 E. Fowler Ave, Tampa, FL
Downtown: 401 Channelside Dr., Tampa, FL
Kick back with your favorite brew and watch the game at World of Beer in Westchase, Tampa International, Downtown, and Temple Terrace. In addition to over 100 beers, you can snack on gourmet bar far as you watch the two teams go head to head.

Tampa Bay Brewing Company

Westchase: 13937 Monroe’s Business Park, Tampa, FL
Ybor: 1600 E. 8th Ave., Tampa, FL 33605
With two locations in Tampa – Westchase and Ybor – TBBC has become a prime viewing spot for good beer and good games. Try one of their many award-winning brews along with their wings, beer cheese dip, or burgers while you watch the big game play on the TVs around the pub.

Tampa Bay Brewing Company in Ybor City
Image credit: Tampa Bay Brewing Company

Walk-Ons Sports Bistreaux

Midtown: 1140 Grammercy Lane, Tampa, FL
Wesley Chapel: 253 Sierra Center Blvd., Lutz, FL
If you’re in Midtown or Wesley Chapel, you can pop in to Walk-Ons to catch your team play on one of their wall-to-wall TVs. Enjoy craft beer, cocktails, and something from their scratch-made menu.

Glory Days Grill

14457 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL
Glory Days in Carrollwood has an award-winning chef, happy hours all day every day, and a multitude of TVs to watch the game on. What’s not to love?

Hattrick’s 

107 S. Franklin St., Tampa, FL
Hattrick’s combines a traditional sports bar with an old-world pub feel. The restaurant is surrounded by TVs and features a full menu with happy hour every day. They also have drink specials during most major sports games.

Duffy’s Sports Grill

1580 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL
Located on Dale Mabry just off 275, Duffy’s is a great spot to catch the game. During football season, you can catch their special Football Features menu featuring their Starting Lineup specials and more. They also offer tons of season specials throughout the year like their Oktoberfest menu and Fall-tinis to complete your game viewing experience.

Riveters

2301 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL
No matter where you sit in Riveters in Midtown, you’ll have the perfect view of the game. This nostalgic style bar serves up an elevated bar menu featuring the freshest ingredients and they also offer drink specials during major games.

Image Credit: Riveters

The Press Box

222 S. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL
The Press Box has been a Tampa game viewing staple for years. Thier 42 screens and matrix wall show all NFL games and more. During the games, they also have awesome giveaways and prizes, along with drink and beer specials to accompany their extensive food menu.

Thomas P’s

12836 Henderson Rd, Tampa, FL
Thomas P’s has wall to wall TVs inside and out on their patio so no matter what team you cheer for, you’ll have quite the point of view. They have a full bad and menu and live music on the patio in between regular games.

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Ducky’s

4100 George J Bean Pkway. Ste A10, Tampa, FL
This bar and restaurant can be seen (and heard) from the traffic you are constantly sitting in on Kennedy, so why not stop in on the biggest football day of the year? The place is filled with high-definition TVs and a fully loaded bar ready for you and the rest of your cheering squad. Ducky’s has plenty of seating indoor and outdoor for your sports viewing pleasure and a huge food menu to fill you up throughout the Big Game.

Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in St. Pete

Ferg’s 

1320 Central Ave, St. Pete
Although Ferg’s is THE place to go before catching the Ray’s game, it’s also a massive sports bar with plenty of TVs to catch all the games – not just baseball. This St. Pete sports bar takes up nearly two city blocks so it’s safe to say you can catch your favorite team on one of their 90+ TVs white noshing on elevated bar food and drinks.

Image Credit: Ferg’s

Engine No. 9

56 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North, St. Petersburg, FL
This quaint, cozy sports bar dishes out incredibly tasty and unique burgers to couples seven days a week. It’s also been said to have the best burgers St. Pete and the Tampa Bay area have seen. While you are enjoying your food with your significant other, watch your favorite sports teams on one of the many TVs located within Engine No. 9. In fact, outside of the bar area, each table has a personal TV at their table.

Abe’s Place Tap & Grill

1250 S. Missouri Ave., Clearwater, FL 33756
Abe’s is loaded with TVs, so you’re bound to have a good view to watch the Chiefs take on the 49ers. Their menu is American-inspired and word on the street is that they have the best wings in Clearwater. Their Liquid Library incudes over 44 beers on tap and the best part – happy hour is all day, every day!

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