Events | Where To Watch The Super Bowl In San Diego

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in San Diego

webSuper Bowl XLIX kicks off at 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 1. Whether you’re a Patriots fan, a Seahawks fan, or just there to watch the commercials; we’ve rounded up the best San Diego spots to catch the Super Bowl.

Regents Pizzeria
La Jolla’s pizza and craft beer destination recently opened their new outpost and is hosting happy hour all game long. Receive $1 off all craft beer pints and sample their chicken tenders, garlic knots, hot wings, mozzarella sticks, sliders and more (just save room for the tiramisu). The restaurant also delivers within an immediate radius. 4150 Regents Park Row, Ste #100, La Jolla, 858.550.0406.

Celebrate an American tradition with German-style beer steins and pretzels at Tavern in Pacific Beach. Table-side taps ensure a steady flow of beer directly to your while 42 strategically placed HDTVs mean you won’t miss a minute of the Super Bowl. Try the Kegs in a Blanket: Tavern’s version of the old favorite comes with cheddar-brats wrapped in pretzel dough. 1200 Garnet Ave., Pacific Beach, 858.272.6066.

Tin Roof
Watch the game on Tin Roof’s gigantic projector screen in addition to 25 big screen TVs throughout the two-story restaurant. Football enthusiasts will enjoy a “Build Your Own Game Day” nachos bar, complete with all the toppings. Food and drink specials available all day including 100oz beer towers. Large group and table reservations available. 401 G St., Gaslamp Quarter, 619.230.8606.

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar
Lazy Dog will have $5 housemade sangrias, “hair of the dog” Bloody Marys and mimosas during brunch (available until 2 p.m.). The brunch menu has options to satisfy any football fan, including country chicken & biscuits, sunny side up pizza and breakfast chimichangas. Catch the game on nine flat screen TVs throughout the restaurant. Westfield Mission Valley, 1202 Camino Del Rio N., Mission Valley, 619.481.6191.

Starting at 1:30 p.m., Hotel Solamar’s rooftop lounge will offer a full spread of traditional and signature bites and drinks. Jsix Executive Chef Christian Graves will roll out the smoker and crank out ribs, burgers, brats and sliders for fans. A variety of fresh baked buns and popular condiments like sauerkraut and cheese sauce will be standing by, as well as a smorgasbord of classic tailgate fare like wings, chips and dip. For $25, get all the grub you can eat, a beer to wash it down and some sporty swag to take home. Additional specials inspired by each team’s region will also be available. 616 J St., downtown, 619.531.8744.

Barleymash has more than 30 local micro- and nano-brews on tap and a full bar. Barley-infused flatbreads make for elevated game day grub along with iron fries, topped with grilled chicken and whiskey wing sauce or a veggie version with brick oven roasted farmhouse veggies and pepper jack beer-cheese sauce. 600 Fifth Ave., Gaslamp Quarter, 619.255.7373.

The Field
Head to downtown’s Irish pub for a Super Bowl party including complimentary spicy chicken wings during half time and half off drinks from 8 p.m. to close. Just be ready to cheer for the Seahawks! 544 Fifth Ave., Gaslamp Quarter, 619.232.9840.

Hard Rock Hotel
Project XLIX: The Ultimate Game Day House Party is downtown at the Hard Rock Hotel, including 50% off all bottles, drink specials, a beer pong tournament from noon-3 p.m., prizes, costumes and beats by top local DJs. 207 Fifth Ave., Gaslamp Quarter, 619.764.6926.




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