If you're looking to get out of the house for Super Bowl 50 but don't have a party to attend, you may look to one of these bars to fill that void in your life. On the East Coast in New York or Washington, and West Coast in Los Angeles and San Francisco, here are four spots each to pick from around those cities.
The game, between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, will be held at 6:30 p.m. EST or 3:30 p.m. PT Sunday.
Here are four spots to catch the game in New York, as curated by the Village Voice.
Ambrose Beer and Lobster at 18 Fulton St. in Manhattan. This place is, if you couldn’t guess it, heavy on the seafood. Its Super Bowl special includes four lobster rolls, a pitcher of beer and two orders of fries for $99. Oh, and there’s beer pong.
Syndicated at 40 Bogart St. in Brooklyn. This movie theater, bar and restaurant is located in Bushwick and is offering two special cocktails for the big game, and they are themed for the special event. The theater will air the game live on its big screen as well.
Amity Hall is the place to go for Panthers fans and is located in the Village. The bar has some Carolina-blue lighting inside that will get you in the right mood. There’s some superstition, too, and the owners aren’t changing their specials because they don’t want to jinx their season.
Pork Slope in Brooklyn (guess which neighborhood) is offering a $50 all-you-can-eat-and-drink special as well as takeout special that is tiered between $50 and $150.
Here are four spots to watch Super Bowl 50 in Washington, as curated by the Washingtonian.
Barrel is at 613 Pennsylvania Ave. SE and is offering a $64 all-you-can-eat selection of wings, burgers, chili and other tailgate items, as well as a bottomless well of craft beer and themed cocktails.
The Big Stick on 20 M St. SE is offering a navy yard pig roast. It’s all-you-can-eat meat and sides 5-11 p.m. for $18 per person. Bud Light drafts are offered for $2 a pop.
Crystal City Sports Pub on 529 23rd St. S in Arlington recommends reserving your spot in what it expects will be a packed bar. For $25, you get an all-you-can-eat “touchdown buffet” that starts at 5:30 p.m. with wings, sliders and pretzel bites.
Public Bar on 1214 18th St. NW has dozens of TVs to watch the game (including a 240-incher) and multiple floors. There’s a special menu for the game that includes $3 Coors and Millers, $10 wings and $6 soft pretzels.
If you’re on the West Coast, check out these spots in Los Angeles thanks to CBS’ Los Angeles affiliate KCBS-TV.
The Parlor on 7250 Melrose Ave. is has an outdoor seating area and tons of TVs in West Hollywood.
Sonny Mclean’s in Santa Monica on 2615 Wilshire Blvd. is an Irish gastropub and offers such foods as shepherd’s pies, fish and chips, and New England Ipswich fried clams. There are also 40 beers and ciders on tap to go with the 23 flat-screen TVs they have. Call ahead to reserve your seat.
Backstage Bar & Grille in Culver City on 10400 Culver Blvd. has massive big-screen TVs alongside cocktails, beer and some great food.
Goal on 8334 W 3rd St. in Los Angeles is smaller than the above-mentioned bars but is a hip place to party for the Super Bowl. The drinks and plenty of TVs ensure you’ll have a swell time.
Here’s where you can catch the big game in the Bay Area should you not have tickets to see it in person in your backyard, as curated by 7X7.
4505 Burgers & BBQ has a patio that is perfect for watching the game, complete with biergarten-style picnic tables. They have an assortment of BBQ foods available and a selection of plenty of local beers on tap. It’s located at 705 Divisadero (Alamo Square).
Ted’s Sports Bar & Grill has cheap beer and tasty Korean hot wings. It also has plenty of TVs to watch the Super Bowl. They’re at 312 Harriet St.
Elixir is offering cocktails for $8 and shots for $6 for the Super Bowl festivities. Also, free barbeque for paying customers. Open at noon, they’re located at 3200 16th St.
Lungamore, starting at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, will host a party that includes $5 draft beers and snacks like pizza and wings. It’s located on One Broadway in Oakland.