The 13 Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in the Sacramento Area
The Super Bowl is coming up! If you’re not hosting or attending a watch party, you may want to be a part of the excitement in a larger crowd. There’s something so thrilling about watching one of the biggest games of the year in a group of sports enthusiasts who are cheering, mingling and having a great time. Plus, it’s convenient to have immediate access to all types of beer, wings, fries and other bar foods while you cheer on your favorite team.
Make your Super Bowl plans now! Need help knowing where to go? We’ve got you covered…
Photo courtesy of Bar 101 Eats & Drinks
Bar 101 Eats & Drinks in Roseville is the ultimate destination for live music, craft beer, good eats and for our purposes — watching sports games. They have 13 high-definition TVs and one enormous 10-foot screen for major events, such as the Super Bowl. Head to Old Town Roseville for this cozy bar with over 33 beers on tap, and an extensive list of local craft beer, domestic beers and imported beers.
It’s no surprise that Buffalo Wild Wings is a popular Super Bowl destination, as it is known all across the country for its amazing game-watching experience. With enormous screens covering nearly every square-foot of the space, a great selection of beers, and delicious wings smothered in a variety of sauces, this is an incredible place to watch the game. And lucky for you, you have four locations to choose from — Citrus Heights, Folsom, Roseville and Sacramento!
Photos courtesy of Clubhouse 56
Clubhouse 56 has an exciting atmosphere for watching any sports game — especially the Super Bowl. You’ll experience a sense of camaraderie and loud cheering, as you watch the game on a giant screen and choose from Clubhouse 56’s amazing beer, wine and food selections. In fact, there are two movie theater screens, numerous high-definitions TVs, and a state-of-the-art sound system at Clubhouse 56.
The Davis Graduate, located in the University Mall, is a fun place to watch any game due to its welcoming setting perfect for large groups. Their enormous picnic tables make the space feel more laid-back, and there are large TV screens that provide a clear view of the game no matter where you’re seated. They also happen to have delicious food (like the famous “Gradburger”) and one of the biggest beer selections in Davis!
Relish Burger Bar always has something going on, whether they’re hosting a karaoke night, playing live music, or watching a major sporting event — and that certainly includes the Super Bowl! Head to this clean, sleek and fun restaurant in El Dorado Hills for a pleasant game-watching experience, complete with amazing burgers and a great selection of brews.
Photo courtesy of Firestone Public House
Firestone Public House has 60 beers on tap and an expansive American-inspired menu. This is the ultimate place for game day entertainment in the area due to their 22 flat screens throughout, unrivaled sound system, two outdoor patios and exciting atmosphere. Their modern and clean interior provides a comfortable space to cheer on your team!
This upbeat pub has plenty of TVs to see the game, and incredible food and beer to enjoy while you’re watching. Plus, the classy and contemporary feel of the interior will make your experience that much more enjoyable. They offer plenty of bar bites to snack on, 14 rotating taps, in addition to a number of beer, wine and cocktail options!
Photo Courtesy of Joe Marty’s Bar & Grill
Famous Sacramentoan and baseball legend Joe Marty opened Joe Marty’s Bar & Grille in 1938, and the bar has since carried on his legacy. This baseball-themed bar is sure to have every game you care about playing on their nine high-definition TVs — and that of course includes the Super Bowl!
Manderes has a cozy and warm vibe, and plenty of TVs to see the game. This Folsom hot spot has won several local awards, including Best Beer Selection, Best Bar and Best Bartenders. Order a sandwich and beer while you watch the Super Bowl to see what all the hype is about!
Photo courtesy of R15
R15 is a trendy spot in Midtown, offering a fun and lively atmosphere for watching the Super Bowl. You’ll find four pool tables, 14 flat screen monitors, an exceptional drink selection, delicious bites and more at R15. They even have living rooms with their own flat-screen monitor, sectional couch and a table for a more comfortable and intimate experience!
Sports Corner is a cozy spot in Old Sacramento providing an authentic pub experience. This historic bar has 13 TVs, a myriad of bar food like burgers, fries, chicken and more, and the largest selection of tequila in Old Sacramento. You can also get 16-ounce pints of Coors Light at Sports Corner for just $2 during Football Sunday, Monday and Thursday!
University of Beer is an appropriate name for a sports bar in a university town. This is the perfect place for the beer connoisseur, as they have a wide rotating selection of local and foreign beers, and an expert staff who can help steer you in the right direction. You’ll love the fun and casual atmosphere at both their downtown Davis and Sacramento locations!
Photo courtesy of The Zebra Club
The Zebra Club in Midtown is a go-to neighborhood sports bar known as “The Z”. Regulars and first-timers alike are welcome to catch whatever game is on, including the Super Bowl! With over 19 beers on tap, 11 flatscreens and a friendly atmosphere, a visit to The Zebra Club makes for a good time this Super Bowl Sunday.
Enjoy Your Super Bowl Sunday!
No matter which team you’re cheering for, you’ll have a pleasant experience this year if you head to one of these popular sports bars!