The Best Bars In Each State To Watch Super Bowl 2023

The Super Bowl is a national holiday for football fans across the U.S. who gather to cheer on their favorite team, eat delicious food, and have a few drinks at a bar or a party. Super Bowl Sunday is most often associated with cold beer and chicken wings, but it's almost a holiday for us foodies, too. It's a day of the year to look forward to eating fried appetizers and Crock-Pot dips until you're ready for a nap during halftime. 

If your Super Bowl plans don't include a party, there are hundreds of bars across the U.S. with TVs on high and plenty of beer on tap. Some bars and restaurants host Super Bowl parties to make the day even more special. We decided to round up the best bar in every state in the U.S. for Super Bowl viewing. These bars all have satisfying drinks and enough TVs to catch every play, with most doing the cooking for you while you sit back and watch the game. 

Alabama - The Houndstooth Sports Bar

The Houndstooth is a classic Tuscaloosa sports bar that is the prime location for game day of any kind, especially the Super Bowl. With an extensive beer and whiskey list, this is the kind of place you want to post up at and sip on a few drinks. The menu includes game-day plates with a twist, like fries loaded with "Sloppy Joes" or Conecuh sausage pigs in a blanket. Yelp reviews commend the restaurant for its numerous TVs and large restroom, which helps when it gets packed on a day like the Super Bowl. 

Alaska - The Peanut Farm Sports Bar & Grill

Boasting itself as Alaska's biggest sports bar (with more than 70 screens), The Peanut Farm is a prime location to spend a Super Bowl Sunday. The legendary Anchorage institution, which has been open since the 1960s, has an extensive menu of homemade breakfast, lunch, and dinner items including pizza, wings, sliders, and nearly every appetizer you could dream of. "Sports bar deluxe! This is the place to watch games, watch people, have a beer and a burger," one TripAdvisor review of The Peanut Farm reads. 

Arizona - Majerle's Sports Grill

Majerle's Sports Grill has been a Phoenix hot spot since the 1990s, and is owned by former Phoenix Suns player Dan Majerle. It's the kind of sports bar that's ideal for sipping on a Bloody Mary, ordering a plate of messy wings, and watching the Super Bowl with other enthusiastic NFL fans. Customers who wrote Facebook reviews of the joint praise its friendly staff and energetic atmosphere, especially when a big game is on the screens. 

Arkansas - Farrell's Lounge

With good food, strong drinks, and 20 TVs, Farrell's Lounge is the kind of no-frills place to spend a successful Super Bowl Sunday. The Fayetteville pub is the kind of place to order a draft and a hot dog wrapped in bacon while your eyes are glued to every play. Other Super Bowl stand-outs on the menu are the buffalo chicken mac and cheese and the loaded cheese fries. The atmosphere is also a major bonus, according to customer reviews on Facebook

California - The Naughty Pig

Los Angeles has no shortage of bars and parties to watch the Super Bowl at, but none will be exactly like the Naughty Pig. The West Hollywood bar is serving up tasty cocktails that you'll be able to sip all game long — when you're not distracted by the views of the Sunset Strip. The Naughty Pig also serves up burgers and hot dogs from Cosmonaut Burgers to soak up all of the booze in between plays. 

Colorado - Society Sports and Spirits

Society Sports and Spirits is a Denver bar where no matter how packed it gets, you won't miss a single moment of the Super Bowl thanks to a wall of TVs. It's another bar for whiskey lovers as the list is overwhelmingly long, or you and your friends can get a 3 liter beer tower if that's more your speed. The bar also offers a menu of mouth-watering bites like chicken fried bacon, loaded "party" tots, and a sheet tray of nachos meant to be eaten while watching football. "Best bar for watching football in Denver," one Facebook review of the bar reads. 

Connecticut - Bobby V's Restaurant

Bobby V's has two locations — Windsor Locks and Stamford — and both offer prime views of the Super Bowl no matter where you're sitting. For the gamblers, there is in-house sports betting to go along with the lively atmosphere. You can enjoy the game while chowing down on loaded nacho pizza or a "Cardiac Burger" that will keep you full well after the fourth quarter. "With TV's that stack (what seems like) a story high, this place is a fantastic sports bar," one Tripadvisor review of Bobby V's reads. 

Delaware - Rocco Italian Grill

Rocco's Italian Grill knows that the real way to watch the Super Bowl is over a plate of pasta. It's part Italian restaurant, part sports bar, and all around a must-try restaurant in Wilmington for sports fans. The menu includes a few game-day staples like buffalo chicken egg rolls and a soft pretzel basket. However, don't miss out on classics like the chopped antipasto salad or spicy crab spaghetti. It isn't the usual quiet Italian restaurant experience, as Rocco's has more than enough TV's for your NFL viewing pleasure. 

Florida - Ferg's Sports Bar and Grill

Ferg's Sports Bar has been a St. Petersburg Beach staple since the early 1990s, and there are few places more fun to watch the big game. There are more than 90 TVs both inside and out in the sprawling restaurant; there's a seat for everyone with direct views of Tropicana Field. It's the place to go for an ice-cold beer and a platter of Ferg's Famous Wings. Because it's Florida, you also can't go wrong with the Mahi bites to pair with classic Super Bowl appetizers like a Philly cheesesteak flatbread. 

Georgia - STATS Brewpub

STATS Brewery is an Atlanta sports bar with an amazing menu and plenty of seats for eager Super Bowl fans. The cocktail list is not to be missed, with cheeky names that are a nod to sports fans. The menu is a must-try too, with amazing dishes like Kung Fu Ribs or an Everything Pretzel with Brewpub mustard. "TVs everywhere, tons of variety of beers and cocktails and the drink/food names are a great touch," one Tripadvisor review of STATS reads. 

Hawaii - Rivals Sports Lounge

For those lucky enough to be spending Super Bowl Sunday in Hawaii, Rivals Lounge in Wakiki is the place to party. The sports bar if packed with TV for NFL viewing, as is the bar shelf with a never-ending list of whiskey, scotch, and more liquors used for Rivals' tropical tiki cocktails. The food menu is basic with pizza and wings, but what more do you really need to eat during the Super Bowl? "Great place to watch some football," one Facebook review of Rivals Lounge reads. 

Idaho - Taphouse Pub and Eatery

Taphouse in Boise is the ideal place for a craft beer lover to watch the Super Bowl, as evidenced by their impressive draft list. The food offerings sound like the menu for a Super Bowl party — buffalo chicken dip, jalapeño poppers, poutine, boneless wings, loaded nachos ... the list just goes on. We didn't even mention their buzz-worthy burgers that pair well with beer and ball. "We LOVE eating here in the fall and watching football. The atmosphere for Sunday football is the best," one Tripadvisor review of Taphouse reads. 

Illinois - Park and Field

Chicago's Park and Field is a massive venue full of public and private event spaces regardless of the reason for the get-together. The outdoor spaces are complete with cozy fireplaces if the Super Bowl happens to fall on a random warm February day. The menu is full of local beers, ciders, and seltzers, as well as craft cocktails and mocktails. The bar is hosting a Super Bowl party with a full buffet, drink packages, and raffles to make the big game even more of an event. 

Indiana - Ale Emporium

Ale Emporium has a few of its massive bar and grill locations around Indiana, all of which make great locations to watch the Super Bowl. Ale Emporium has no shortage of beer, oven-roasted pizza, and world-famous wings. The beer list is easy to get lost in when your eyes aren't glued to the wall to wall TVs surrounding the place. "Its a perfect spot for football, beer, and wings," one Yelp review of Ale Emporium reads.

Iowa - The Dublin Underground

Dublin Underground is a hometown bar in Iowa City that's a foolproof spot for good drinks and a relaxed atmosphere. It's the ultimate dive bar for a low-key Super Bowl experience where you can expect to get a stiff, delicious cocktail. It might not have food like some other options, but it's a great spot to watch the second half of the game for an after-dinner drink. "An epic pub with great story and great drinks," one Facebook review of the Dublin Underground reads. 

Kansas - Pumphouse

Pumphouse in Wichita, Kansas is a terrific bar to watch football and chow down on some tasty Midwestern eats. The menu includes mouth-watering bites like cheese curds, pretzels and beer cheese, fried ravioli, and more. The place is loaded with big-screen TVs for Super Bowl viewing, and ice-cold beer on tap to wash down all of those menu items. "Great place to watch a game with servers that care," one Facebook review of the Pumphouse reads. 

Kentucky - Ten20 Brewery

Louisville has no short of distilleries that would be a great place to watch the Super Bowl, but one foolproof option for beer drinkers is Ten20 Craft Brewery. The bar has a massive amount of seating both inside and out to accommodate for a crowd. Ten20 always has new and staple brews worth trying out on tap to keep your thirst quenched during the game. "It is a great place that does stick to its word, to be inclusive, welcome all, and serve good beer," one Yelp review of the brewery reads. 

Louisiana - Cooter Brown's

Cooter Brown's is New Orleans bar with a lot of energy and even more to eat and drink. It's only right to spend a Super Bowl in Louisiana eating oyster po' boys and fried shrimp baskets. The beer list is complete, the cocktails are fairly priced, and there are fun shots to keep the party going through the fourth quarter. "Just spent a Sunday watching football At Cooters!! What a great experience," one Facebook review of the bar reads. 

Maine - Salvage BBQ

Salvage BBQ is the place to spend the Super Bowl if you're hungry, thanks to their never-ending smoked BBQ list with all of the fixings. The bar always has its TVs turned to the game and a drink list of local beers and bourbon that pair impeccably with smoked brisket and ribs. Sunday is also all-day happy hour, as if you needed more of an excuse to check out the Portland gem. "Phenomenal food and very cool atmosphere," one Facebook review of Salvage reads. 

Maryland - Wiley Gunter's

Wiley Gunters in Baltimore is a neighborhood bar with a focus on independent craft beer, comfort food, and watching every game in the company of others. The bar has 17 different drafts on tap at any given moment, and an elevated menu featuring must-try items like beef tenderloin sliders and lump crab nachos. It's the kind of bar you want to spend hours on end in, which is ideal for a Super Bowl watch party venue. "A gem tucked away in Baltimore city," one Yelp review of Wiley Gunters reads. 

Massachusetts - Parlor Sports

Boston is full of rowdy sports bars packed with people, but Somerville's Parlor Sports is an off-the-radar spot made for Super Bowl celebrating. The bar serves up cocktails like its signature Parlor Punch or "Haterade" spiked with vodka. The menu is also eclectic with items like a pepperoni roll, a Mexican soft pretzel, corn dogs, and more that will keep you satisfied while watching those hunger-inducing Super Bowl commercials. "The bestest of the best. Best people, best atmosphere, always best of times," one Facebook review of the bar reads. 

Michigan - Thomas Magee's Sporting House

Thomas Magee's in Detroit is the kind of sports bar that is always a reliable go-to. There's no food menu, but the bartenders are happy to satisfy all of your drinking needs with beer specials and endless cocktail possibilities. It's one of those joints that subliminally pressures you into taking at least one shot of whiskey while you're lingering at the bar. "I was in town and needed a spot to watch some premier league football (soccer). This place was overwhelmingly accommodating," one Facebook review of Thomas Magee's reads. 

Minnesota - The Loop

The Loop in Minneapolis is another inconspicuous bar that has it all. It's the place to order a beer and a shot while you munch down on bar bites like bang bang shrimp and Juicy Lucy burgers that the state is famous for. The 360-view bar is also a major bonus, meaning you'll have a good view of the game regardless of where you find a seat. "Wonderful food, bar and sports viewing experience," one Open Table review of The Loop reads. 

Mississippi - 4th and Goal Sports Cafe

4th & Goal Sports Cafe in Jackson is serving up stone-fired pizza, cold beer on tap, and optimal vibes for the Super Bowl. The fare is meant for indulging Super Bowl style, with items like pork skins, fried pickles, Philly-loaded fries, chicken wings, and buffalo ranch pizza. The restaurant may be off the beaten path to find, but you'll be glad you did once you try the food. "Great spot to watch sports. Chill atmosphere and friendly staff," one Yelp review of the bar reads. 

Missouri - Hi-Dive Lounge

Kansas City Chiefs fans looking for the optimal bar to cheer on their team in the Super Bowl should look no further than Hi-Dive Lounge. It has a relaxed vibe, but the atmosphere is bound to be electric throughout the entire city on Sunday. The bar has plenty of drinks and food, including a can beer machine, to provide entertainment in between plays. Hi-Dive has a special every weekend for chili dogs, brats, and more that is quintessential game day food, along with their regular menu featuring wings, tacos, and chicken sticks. 

Montana - The Club Tavern And Grill

Bozeman's The Club Tavern is another sports bar that takes its food to the next level. The Club not only has an amazing bar with plenty of TVs, but there's also a casino for interested gamblers. The menu has it all — grande nachos, potato skins, scotch eggs, burgers, and more. You can't miss out on the tasty house cocktails like a huckleberry whiskey sour or club margarita with lemons. "If you have a bad experience, it's probably because your football team lost that day," one Yelp review of The Club reads. 

Nebraska - Oscar's Pizza and Sports Grill

Omaha's local haunt Oscar's Pizza and Sports Grill has a long bar that's definitely a great seat to sip on drinks and watch the Super Bowl with enough pizza and wings to bring home once the game ends. You can't go wrong with double-dipped wings, Big "O" supreme pizza, and toasted ravioli to share with your fellow guests. "Great food, lots of TV's to see. Comfortable atmosphere," one Facebook review of Oscar's reads.

Nevada - Beer Park

It's an overwhelming task to find a location in Las Vegas to actually sit back and enjoy the game, but that's why Beer Park was created. The bar is located inside the Paris Las Vegas with optimal views of the Bellagio fountain show. Beer Park is hosting an ultimate Super Bowl viewing party with beer (obviously) and snacks like loaded tater tots and mac and cheese bites. "If you are looking for a cool sports bar in a fun location, this is it," one Open Table review of Beer Park reads. 

New Hampshire - KC's Rib Shack

One of New Hampshire's finest gems is KC's Rib Shack. It is not just a great restaurant, but a prime location for Super Bowl celebrations. The Manchester bar is no-frills but serves up cult-favorite smoked barbecue like pulled pork, beef brisket, sausage chunks, chicken breast, and more. The sides in and of themselves are daunting, with classics like dirty rice, baked beans, and macaroni salad. If you have room, the appetizers menu is full of Super Bowl staples like bacon deviled eggs and PBR onion rings. 

New Jersey - Rocco's Town House

The cozy neighborhood feeling cannot be beat at Rocco's Town House in Hammonton, which first opened its doors in 1949. The main bar has it all with food and drink, but the Rock Bottom whiskey bar is also a must-see. It's an ideal place to watch the Super Bowl while drinking a beer and chowing down on the iconic Red Rooster fries. The menu is also filled with filling entrees like Eggplant Parmigiana, pierogies, kielbasa, shrimp, and crab scampi. "Never a bad meal," one Facebook review of Rocco's reads. 

New Mexico - Boxcar

Boxcar in Santa Fe is a bar that stays focused on three key factors — craft cocktails, elevated food, and sports viewing from every seat in the house. The bar will have Super Bowl drink specials in honor of the game that pair well with their staple menu items like fish tacos and avocado tempura. "A football game brought us in but the delicious food and great drink menu kept us here," one Yelp review of Boxcar reads. 

New York - Monarch Rooftop

New York City is another place full of lively bars with Super Bowl celebrations, and one stand-out is Monarch Rooftop. The bar will be hosting a Super Bowl party with projector screens, an open bar, and food specials. Monarch serves plenty of delicious cocktails to pair with plates like edamame dumplings and crispy chicken bites. The bar is big enough to fit dozens of football fanatics looking to celebrate with a crowd. Reviews on TripAdvisor also point out the stellar view of the Empire State Building. 

North Carolina - Ed's Tavern

Ed's Tavern is a beloved Charlotte watering hole with great food and deals on Budweiser/Bud Light buckets on Sundays, making it a must-stop Super Bowl spot. The menu features jumbo wings, quesadillas, homemade pimento cheese dip, and more for eating while staring at the wall of TVs over the bar. For non-beer drinkers, the cocktail list includes favorites like the Mango Bango and the Carolina Paw Punch. "Awesome place to watch sports and great food," one Facebook review of Ed's Tavern reads. 

North Dakota - Herd and Horns

Herd & Horns in Fargo is what you'd imagine when you think of a college sports bar, which makes it an optimal Super Bowl hangout. The NDSU roots run deep here, but the restaurant has its own brood of fans who come for the food and the atmosphere. You can't miss the handmade pizza rolls or the loaded fries while you're watching the big game. "This sports pub is a must stop for any sports enthusiast, but especially for NDSU fans," one Tripadvisor review of the bar reads. 

Ohio - Brewdog

Brewdog has bars, which they call "outposts," across the world, including several in Ohio that are essentially an adult's playground. Whether you're in Cleveland, Columbus, or Cincinnati, you can head to Brewdog for delicious beer and food while watching the Super Bowl. It's impossible to visit Brewdog and not order world-famous wings or buffalo-loaded fries. The menu also has an abundance of plant-based options for non-meat eaters. "Brew Dog is a fun and festive atmosphere," one TripAdvisor review of Brewdog reads. 

Oklahoma - Bricktown Brewery

Bricktown Brewery in Oklahoma City is a centrally-located sports bar with a massive food menu fit for a celebration. The brewery actually has locations all around Oklahoma and beyond, but its downtown OKC location is bound to be the liveliest on Super Bowl Sunday. The brews pair well with nearly every mouth-watering item on the menu, from Frito Chili burgers to chicken-fried steak. Both the food and drink menu are so stacked, you're best off getting a few plates to share and a flight of beers to try as many delicious flavors as possible. "If you're in the mood/compulsion for bar food and beer, this is the place to go," one Yelp review of Bricktown Brewery reads. 

Oregon - The Fields Bar and Grill

Portland is another city full of hidden gems, like The Fields Bar and Grill which takes the average sports bar and takes it up a notch. Both the draft list and the Hall of Fame spirits are well-stacked, but you can't miss out on the house cocktail list (which includes a Pop Rocks Jell-O shot perfect for celebrating a touchdown). The food menu is full of sharable plates like tacos, sliders, and nachos, so you can order for the table and let all of your guests share a bit of everything. 

Pennsylvania - Attic Brewing Co.

The city of Philadelphia will also be electrified on Super Bowl Sunday as the Eagles face off against the Chiefs, and one of the best places to watch it all is Attic Brewing Company. The brewery is planning a few special events for the Super Bowl, including two big screens and a food truck for bites (via Instagram). The brewery is big enough to accommodate for a ton of football fans and the beer on tap is always cold and fun to explore. "Very nice atmosphere, great staff, incredible brews and mixed drinks," one Facebook review of Attic reads. 

Rhode Island - Harry's Bar and Burger

For those looking to watch the Super Bowl while eating one of the best burgers on their life, Harry's Bar & Burger is the place to go. The bar is fully stocked with beer and liquor, including Harry's signature menu of alcohol-spiked milkshakes with over-the-top flavors. The burgers are the go-to here (as you might expect from the name), but they also serve hot dogs, chicken wings, and other bites to munch on throughout the game. 

South Carolina - Moe's Crosstown Tavern

Charleston is a bar town full of reservations and craft cocktails, but Moe's Crosstown Tavern is a classic sports bar with food that never goes out of style. It's pub grub at its finest — jalapeño poppers, fried mac and cheese, chili cheese fries, the list goes on. The beers and Bloody Marys are always good, and there are plenty of TVs strewn across the bar that will be broadcasting the big game from all angles. "Their home-y atmosphere, great service, & ample seating provide a great bar any time," one Yelp review of Moe's reads. 

South Dakota - T.C.'s Referee Sports Bar and Grill

With a name like T.C.'s Referee, you can expect to get a classic sports bar prime for Super Bowl viewing. The Sioux Falls establishment has a menu with more than 100 items to choose from, so there's something for even the pickiest eaters to eat. The bar has 24 beer taps and 20 TVs, which is all you need for the makings of a great Sunday Funday watching the NFL. Be warned: some Yelp reviews recommend getting a spot at T.C.'s early to avoid the wait, especially on a busy day like the Super Bowl. 

Tennessee - Big Machine Distillery

Nashville is a bustling city full of big bars, but one of the best drinks you'll get is at Big Machine Distillery, which also has a few big TVs behind the bar broadcasting the Super Bowl. You can try any of the distillery's spirits in a variety of craft cocktails in an atmosphere that is bound to be lively. However, unlike the crowded bars on Broadway, Big Machine has a more low-key atmosphere for those who actually want to pay attention to the game. "This was the second Big Machine location we had been too [sic]. Both were great," one Yelp review reads. 

Texas - Legacy Hall

Legacy Food Hall in Plano has it all — literally. The massive three-floor establishment has more than 20 eateries and several cocktail bars to satisfy whatever craving you have on Super Bowl Sunday. All of the bars create amazing drinks with prime views of TVs to watch the game to sit and relax, and you can wander around during halftime for a bite of nearly any cuisine you could want. "Fun, plenty of different kinds of food, bars everywhere, TVs everywhere," one Facebook review of Legacy Food Hall reads. 

Utah - The Brickyard Bar

Brickyard Bar in Millcreek is an ideal Super Bowl spot for the TV setup alone. Not only does the bar have more than 30 TVs, but one is a 100" 8K that is as high definition as it gets. The food is always on point, with menu items like pretzel bites, cheese curds, and churros that make for great Super Bowl snacks. "This is the local sports bar with great ... television set up, drinks, food and service," one Yelp review of Brickyard reads.

Vermont - Kevin's Sports Pub and Restaurant

Kevin's Sports Pub and Restaurant in North Bennington prides itself as being a locals' bar with a great atmosphere that includes plenty of TVs for sports fans. Kevin's is another food-focused pub, with different menu specials daily depending on what the chefs are cooking up. Enjoy classic Super Bowl snacks like mini tacos alongside New England staples like steamed clams. "Bennington Vermont is already quite charming, Kevin's is definitely a part of that charm," one Yelp review of Kevin's reads. 

Virgina - Corthaus Social

Arlington's Courthaus Social is a beer garden with tasty food and plenty of seats for Super Bowl fans to sit back and stay awhile. The restaurant will be having a $1 wing special for the big game as well as $1 off all draft beer, to entice you even more to spend your Sunday at the spot. "One of my favorite bars in Arlington," one Yelp review of Courthaus reads. "The food is delicious and the atmosphere is perfect for football games."

Washington - Buckley's Pub

Buckley's has two Seattle locations in Queen Anne and Belltown, both serving up bar food (and limited all-day breakfast items) and craft cocktails. Both locations are gearing up for the Super Bowl, with each one serving as a hub for either Chiefs fans or Eagles fans (via Instagram). The menu is drool-inducing with items like Thai sesame ribs and garlic tater tots. "Great spot to watch any games," one Facebook review of Buckley's in Belltown reads. 

Washington D.C. - Blackfinn Ameripub

Blackfinn Ameripub in Washington, D.C. is the ultimate party place on any game day, let alone the biggest NFL game of the year. The bar has already announced via Instagram a slew of beer specials, including buckets for your table to share. The food menu is not to be missed, especially items like crispy deviled eggs, Nashville chicken sliders, and cajun-blackened brie. "Went here for a Chiefs football game watch party ... We ordered several appetizers and food entrees and everyone was happy with the quality and service," one TripAdvisor user wrote in a review. 

West Virginia - Marshall Hall of Fame Cafe

Marshall Hall of Fame Cafe is a tried and true sports bar with $7 domestic pitchers on game day and a whole lot of special events lined up for the Super Bowl. The beer list itself reads like a novel, let alone the stacked food menu with pizza, pasta, burgers, wings, and more game day-ready bites. "Great vibe, a lot of food choices, big screen televisions, and the staff was friendly and alert," one Facebook review of the Huntington bar reads. 

Wisconsin - Stadium View Bar

Green Bay's Stadium View Bar is made for football fans. The game day-centric bar is obviously having a Super Bowl watch party on its 70 TVs. There are beer pitcher deals, Super Bowl food specials, and raffles for every patron throughout the game (via Facebook). It's the place to go to get a great view of the game while you dine on an appetizer sampler and boneless wings. "Lots of TVs so easy to find a seat to watch from," one TripAdvisor review of the bar reads. "The energy was amazing."

Wyoming - Eleanor's

Eleanor's Bar and Grill in Jackson Hole is a local's bar that has the game on and a friendly face behind the bar. The laid-back bar and restaurant — which is connected to a liquor store — offers a special menu during football games, so Super Bowl fans will be able to celebrate. The regular menu is not to be missed with comfort food staples like beer cheese tots and build-your-own mac and cheese. "You cannot beat the atmosphere," one TripAdvisor review of Eleanor's reads.