This Sunday, the Patriots will face off against the Los Angeles Rams at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. This is the Pat's third year in a row going to the Super Bowl, and we all wish we were down in Georgia cheering on Tom Brady and the team. But for those of us who must cheer from chilly Boston, we got you covered. From parties to free food to special deals, check out our ultimate guide for where to watch the Super Bowl in Boston.
Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Boston
One of the best places to watch the Super Bowl in Boston is Bar Boulud, located in the five-star Mandarin Oriental. This upscale, French bar is celebrating the Pats’ 11th trip to the Super Bowl all weekend. In tribute to Devin and Jason McCourty, the first set of identical twins who're decked out in Patriots colors andarrive at the hotel at noon on Feb. 1 will qualify to win a one-night suite stay. On Jan. 31, a life-sized Tom Brady ice sculpture will set up shop in the front entrance of the hotel. If that wasn’t enough, on game day, Bar Boulud will offer special sliders based on their favorite players: #87 sliders with Buffalo Chicken, #11 sliders with ground turkey, pesto and sriracha and #12 sliders with salmon cakes and avocado. All sliders come with sweet potato fries.
776 Boylston St., Boston, barboulud.com/boston
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Are loud, noisy and crowded sports bars not your thing? That’s okay, because on our list of where to watch the Super Bowl in Boston is Noir at The Charles Hotel. Located in Cambridge, this '40s-themed cocktail bar will add a bit of class to your football watching. The bar features fun cocktails with catchy names such as Beat the Devil, #DamageDone and The Set Up, which are appropriately named considering the game. Noir is the perfect place to sit back and watch the Pats win in a chic, cozy setting.
1 Bennett St., Cambridge, noir-bar.com
City Winery is hosting a free viewing party for the big game this year, making it one of the best places to watch the Super Bowl in Boston. Lamont Price, a Boston-based comedian, will emcee and host the party. The big blow out will also include a $15 all-you-can-eat game day buffet with specialty desserts. Patriots fans can eat New England Patriots Caramel corn (colored with team colors) and classic Boston Cream Pie Brownies. Rams fans can enjoy LA Rams Caramel corn (colored with team colors) and Rams chocolate chip cookies.
5 p.m., 80 Beverly St., Boston, $15, citywinery.com
Grafton Street Pub & Grill
Another great spot to watch the Super Bowl in Boston is Grafton Street Pub & Grill. A stylish gastropub located in Cambridge, the grill will satisfy your need for a big screen for the big game. Grafton is home to a jumbo screen in addition to perfectly sized pints and classic game day food. After the game, you can even get in on their $1 oyster special.
6:30 p.m., 1230 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, graftonstreetcambridge.com
Cask N’ Flagon
Another hotspot on our list of where to watch the Super Bowl in Boston is Cask N' Flagon. This sports bar is the perfect place for beer, food and sports. Fans can chow down on customizable Tailgate Platters with BBQ brisket, BBQ chicken, St. Louis ribs or pulled pork. For Super Bowl LIII, this bar is serving a $20.99 combo which includes a pizza, wings, sliders, buffalo chicken potato skins, onion rings and dipping sauces. If the Patriots win, the celebratory cocktail will be the Patriots Pride (Prizefight Whiskey, Rumchatta, blue curacao). If for some reason the Rams manages to win, the LA Rammer Slammer with be served (Amaretto, Southern Comfort, orange juice, pineapple juice, blue curacao).
6:30 p.m., 62 Brookline Ave., Boston, casknflagon.com
This Mexican restaurant is raising the stakes with its game day special, making it an ideal place to watch the Super Bowl in Boston. The restaurant is offering their guests free food if/when New England wins Super Bowl LIII. If things do not go as planned, the restaurant is still offering 50 percent off of all food if the game ends in an upset. Reservations are mandatory, and guests must be present for kickoff as well as stay until the final whistle blows. Both the Somerville and Boston locations are participating.
6:30 p.m., various locations, papagayorestaurants.com
Kings Dining & Entertainment
Kings Dining and Entertainment locations across the Bay State are hosting a Super Bowl LIII parties from 5 p.m.-11 p.m. on game day. Their Draft Room is well equipped with 30+ taps, three 15-foot HD screens, plus bowling lanes to have a bit of fun between downs. Drink tand raffle tickets are also available during the party. Standing Room Only tickets are $26 and include drink tickets, raffle tickets and unlimited game play in the Kings’ arcade. Giant mugs and craft cocktails will abe available too.
5 p.m - 11 p.m., various locations, $26+, kings-de.com