Tom Brady and the Patriots are off to Minneapolis in search of a sixth Super Bowl win against the Eagles this weekend. As you can imagine, local sports bars and restaurants are going all out for this year’s big game, which means there are plenty of places around town for fans to cheer on New England as they take on Philadelphia. From watch parties to food and drink specials, check out our ultimate guide to celebrating Super Bowl Sunday in Boston.
Back Bay Social
Located on Boylston Street, this Back Bay restaurant and bar is hosting the “ultimate” viewing party on Sunday, complete with pitchers of beer, buckets of wings, plus a few special giveaways. The guest with the best jersey will also win a $50 gift card. The fun kicks off at 7 p.m., and registration to the event is free.
867 Boylston St., Boston, backbaysocialclub.com
The Jamaica Plain hotspot is bringing back it’s all-you-can-eat buffet for this year’s big game. For just $20 per person, attendees will be able to munch on “super healthy” taco salad, a build-your-own nacho bar, wings, fried mozarella sticks, pulled pork sliders and more. The feast is set to begin at 5 p.m. on Sunday.
435 S. Huntington Ave., Jamaica Plain, canarysquare.com
Enjoy a delicious Italian meal while cheering on the Patriots at this South Boston restaurant. The Supper Club, located in Capo’s downstairs, will also be getting in on the fun with an “ultimate football viewing experience” beginning at 4 p.m. Fans can reserve lounge seating and couches that come with private mini fridges filled with personalized goodies.
443 W Broadway, Boston, caposouthboston.com
While New England will be playing miles away from Foxboro, fans can still enjoy all the action at Patriot Place’s CBS Scene. The restaurant and bar is hosting a viewing party featuring giveaways, plus pre-game and halftime buffets. Wings, pizza, mac and cheese and more gameday items will be on the menu. Tickets are $80 each and include two drink vouchers.
200 Patriot Place, Foxboro, cbsscene.com
City Tap House
Feast at an indoor tailgating party with this Fort Point gastropub. City Tap House will have a special tailgate platter available for $52, featuring Philly cheesesteak spring rolls, pizza, wings and potato skins. For an additional $12, guests can order a specialty bucket of Narragansett Beers as they watch the big game on an array of 80-inch screens.
10 Boston Wharf Rd., Boston, boston.citytap.com
Wine and music will take a backseat to football at City Winery on Sunday. The venue is hosting a special Super Bowl party where guests can eat as much as they like from the buffet while watching the game on several big screens. Tickets to the event are $20 in advance, $25 at the door, and speciality cocktails will also be available for purchase.
80 Beverly St., Boston, citywinery.com/boston
Head to this Back Bay steakhouse for a more upscale Super Bowl soirée. Fans can watch the big game in style while enjoying treats like Davio’s signature spring rolls, gnocchi bolognese, burgers and more. Guests should also hope for a chilly gameday, as the restaurant will be giving away one free order of spring rolls per person in its bar area if the temperature outside dips below 15 degrees Fahrenheit.
75 Arlington St., Boston, davios.com/bos
Featuring two bars, two floors and 32 televisions, this Fenway favorite will be the place to be for diehard fans on Super Bowl Sunday. In addition to wings, pizza and a large draft beer selection, the viewing party will include swag giveaways every quarter courtesy of Bud Light. Guests will also have the chance to win Green Monster tickets to an upcoming Red Sox game.
82 Lansdowne St., Boston, gameonboston.com
Hurricane’s at the Garden
Located near TD Garden, the recently reinvented Hurricane O’Reilly’s is ready for this year’s big game. Kicking off at 6:30 p.m., the newly dubbed Hurricane’s at the Garden is hosting a watch party where fans can feast on a revamped menu by executive chef Patricio Morales.
150 Canal St., Boston, hurricaneoreillysboston.com
Head to this restaurant, bar and gaming chain to watch all of this year’s action on a slew of HDTVs and projection screenings, as well as enjoy free bowling after 3 p.m. at select locations around the Bay State. Giant mugs and craft cocktails will also be available, plus fans can win some sweet swag courtesy of Bud Light.
Various locations, kings-de.com
Patriots and Eagles fans will have a chance to win a free meal at Papagayo on Super Bowl Sunday. Guests who cheer on the winning team at either the Somerville or Boston locations won’t have to worry about the bill once the gameday fun is over. Patrons who root for the losing team will also be treated to a nice deal, as they’ll receive a free entree during their next visit. Guests must purchase a beverage, arrive before kickoff and hang out for the entire game in order to participate.
Various locations, papagayorestaurants.com
Party at one of the Seaport’s newest hotspots as you cheer on the Patriots this weekend. Scorpion Bar will be showing the game live on a 176-inch LED TV, and a special guest DJ will also be on hand to throw down some tunes during the commercial breaks. Gameday foods will be available to munch on as well, including Scorpion’s signature wings, which will be available in smokey BBQ, buffalo, jalapeno and roasted garlic, plus honey sriracha.
58 Seaport Blvd., Suite 220, Boston, thescorpionbar.com
SKYBOKX 109 Sports Bar & Grill
This Natick sports bar has everything you need for a perfect Super Bowl party. SKYBOKX 109 has nearly two dozens TV screens, plus more than 20 beers on tap, to keep the fun going on Sunday. Guests can also munch on a variety of delicious offerings, including a Patriots pizza, featuring fried clams, diced potato, bacon, mozzarella cheese and a white clam sauce. Meanwhile, Eagles fans can feast on their own special pizza, featuring roasted pork, broccoli rabe, caramelized onion and provolone cheese.
319 Speen St., Natick, skybokx109.com
TAMO Bistro + Bar
Sip on a special drink dedicated to the Patriots quarterback at TAMO now through Super Bowl Sunday. The GOAT Mule ($12) pays tribute to Brady with a twist on the classic beverage, featuring tequila instead of vodka.
1 Seaport Lane, Boston, tamoboston.com
Tavern in the Square
Each of the fan-favorite restaurant and bar’s locations around the Bay State will be getting in on the Super Bowl fun this weekend. Make sure to reserve a table ahead of time to avoid any waits on game day.
Various locations, taverninthesquare.com
The Smoke Shop
Enjoy a delicious barbecue buffet at either of chef Andy Husbands‘ restaurants in the Seaport and Kendall Square. The Smoke Shop is teaming up with Shiner Bock for a Super Bowl extravaganza, complete with wings, brisket, pulled pork and more. General admission to the feast is $29 per person in the main dining room, and $49 per person for “premium seats” at the Cambridge location’s bar. At both restaurants, a special “owner’s box” will be available for 10-14 at $79 per person, which features a semi-private dining area, as well as pitchers of Shiner Bock, a buffet plus a whole hog presented by Husbands.
Various locations, www.thesmokeshopsuperbowl.eventbrite.com
The Social Register
This South Boston hotspot has got you covered on Super Bowl Sunday. Stop by to munch on seafood, flatbreads and other delicious bites while watching the big game on a 120-inch projector.
401 D St., Boston, socialregisterboston.com
Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill
The Tony C’s in Assembly Row will have plenty of fun dishes to feast on during this year’s Super Bowl festivities, plus 90 screens so you won’t miss a second of action. The gameday menu is set to include Philly cheesesteak wontons, parmesan truffle fries, chicken wings and more.
699 Assembly Row, Somerville, tonycssportsbar.com
The Seaport hotel is getting in on the Super Bowl fun starting at 5 p.m. on Sunday. Head to Yotel’s rooftop bar and lounge for half-priced bar bites and halftime specials.
65 Seaport Blvd., Boston, yotel.com