Where will you watch the Super Bowl!? This year on Sunday, February 5, is the Super Bowl. Gather your friends, family and sports fans and head out in DFW to watch the big game! Here are some great places to watch in DFW, plus a few delivery and on-the-go options!
* Moxie’s Grill & Bar
Moxie’s delivers a unique experience through its blend of high-end design, uncompromising food quality and a friendly, energetic approach to hospitality. The vibrant lounge area includes more than 20 televisions, perfect for watching the Big Game in Uptown.
* Ten50 BBQ
$ 1 wings will be available all day on February 5, in addition to half-off all draft beer offerings during the Big Game.Available for both to-go and dine-in orders, guests can choose to pre-order wings for pickup by calling 972.234.1050. Minimum order is 10 wings and the offer is only available while supplies last.
* IVY Kitchen
IVY Kitchen is an ideal place for catching the Big Game, with eight, large screen televisions inside the restaurant. Additionally, the back of the restaurant offers a private room with a 62-inch flat screen television, perfect for a private watch party. The modern American restaurant features diverse menu options, as well as weekend brunch dishes, in addition to craft cocktails, an extensive wine list and craft beer offerings, all sure to please any palate.
PINSTACK is a 50,000-square-foot dining and entertainment venue, and an ideal spot to watch the Big Game. The restaurant boasts a diverse menu serving modern American chef-driven cuisine with dishes perfect for game-day, like Game Time Nachos, BBQ Brisket & Cheddar Stuffed Potato Skins and more. Craft beer, wine (including wine on tap) and specialty cocktails are also available. The covered patio is a great way to enjoy the game, or guests can catch every play on one of the many flat-screen televisions inside the restaurant.
* Blue Sushi Sake Grill
Tired of wings & beer for every gameday meal? Upgrade your dining experience by substituting wings for fins and dining at Blue Sushi Sake Grill. (No need to substitute the beer, that’s always a winner) Blue is offering a full day of happy hour specials to accommodate the big game. Drink highlights include $7 signature martinis, $3.50 house lime margaritas, $2 sake, amongst many other discounted libations. Food highlights include $5.50 select maki rolls, specialty nigiri under $10 and a handful ofshareable plates to get your gameday group grubbin.
* Blatt Beer & Table
Football’s second home after a field, is in a bar. Blatt Beer & Table offers the perfect environment to enjoy any sports broadcast. Named after Rosenblatt Stadium, Home of the College World Series, Blatt serves as a spot to watch The Big Game, no matter the sport. To help guests celebrate the big upcoming football game, Blatt will offer all day Happy Hour with items such as Bavarian Pretzel Bites, Sausage On A Stick and Buffalo Chachos on the menu just to name a few. The alcohol is in no shortage of supply boasting over 30 beers on draft plus a fully stocked bar. Blatt is sure to keep the fun in your Sunday.
* Grayson Social
Grayson Social holds an upstairs, members-only sitting room that is only available by reservation, and it is outfitted with sofas, rocking chairs, a flat screen television and free Wi-Fi. Grayson Social is also home to a sizeable selection classic American cocktails with a Texan spin in addition to numerous delectable bites and appetizers making it the perfect private viewing space for a get-together for the big game!
* Pappas Bros.
The beverage program at Pappas Bros. Steakhouse is a reason enough itself for viewing the big game! It boasts nearly 3,900 distinct wines from every fine-wine producing region in the world, holds a variety of bold and intensive artisan cocktails created by Beverage Manager Matt Tanner, as well as an extensive selection of craft beers. Kick up your feet and enjoy some of the best brews and cocktails around while viewing the big game at the Pappas Bros. Steakhouse bar!
* Water Grill
The bar at the newly opened seafood concept, Water Grill in Uptown Dallas, offers a selection of sparkling, red, white and rose wines by the glass or bottle, in addition to sake. Indulge in craft brews, available by the glass or in a pitcher or sip on a savory craft cocktail. The intricately designed restaurant boats a copper top counter with an array of screens so you won’t miss a moment of the big game!
* Shake Shack
With its delicious burgers and thirst-quenching draft beers and wines, those looking for a casual place to watch the big game can do so at Uptown Dallas Shake Shack! The concept is home to numerous game-watching screens and picturesque views of Downtown Dallas.
* Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse
Y.O. Ranch is hosting a watch party on February 5 starting at 4 p.m. The Big Game will be played on a 6 x 8-foot drop-down projector screen, along with three 36-inch TVs. Guests can enjoy all you can eat Prime Rib and Chicken Wings (with sides of mashed potatoes, smoked corn on the cob and sugar snapped peas) for $69.99 per person. $2 draft beers and a specialty cocktail (On-Side Kick) are also available for the day. Call 214.744.3287 for reservations.
* Street’s Fine Chicken
Don’t feel like eating out for the Big Game, no worries. Street’s has you covered with delivery and to-go options. Readers can order delivery here or can call 469.917.7140 to place a to-go order, perfect for any Big Game watch party.
Eatzi’s will be serving platters and dips perfect for watch parties. Any of the items can be ordered ahead of time for pickup, or will be available on the shelves in the markets. Dishes include a variety of wings and sliders, Chorizo Queso, Fried Mac n Cheese, Shiner Bock Chili, Chili Cornbread Casserole and Empanadas. There will also be a wide variety of dips and spreads available!
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