Seven Places To Watch the Super Bowl in Cincinnati That Aren't Your Couch

While the Lombardi Trophy won’t be coming to Cincinnati this season, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy one of the biggest sporting events of the year.

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With the NFL regular season over and the Super Bowl just a few days away, watch party preparations are surely kicking into high gear.

If the Bengals misfortune this season was enough to take the NFL off your radar, here is what Sunday’s game will look like — Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers are taking on 2018 NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. And while the Lombardi Trophy won’t be coming to Cincinnati and the Bengals this season, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy one of the biggest sporting events of the year.

If you’re not in the mood to host your own watch party this year, or you’re looking for a place to watch the game that isn’t someone’s living room, here are several local bars, restaurants and establishments where you can watch Super Bowl LIV.

Super Bowl Watch Party at 3 Points Urban Brewery

Reserve a spot at 3 Points Urban Brewery and you and your group can watch the Super Bowl with the high energy all good watch parties have. If you don’t feel like spending too much on the night out, you can bring your own food from home into the brewery. Sunday, Feb. 2. 5-11:55 p.m. 3 Points Urban Brewery, 331 East 13th St., Pendleton.

Fueled Collective Super Bowl Watch Party

Fueled Collective is a cozy event-hosting/working space that will be broadcasting the Super Bowl for you and your group to watch. A spacious and relaxed setting, this event will allow you and your friends to watch the game comfortably without having to pack it in at a sports bar or pub. Sunday, Feb. 2. 6-10 p.m. Fueled Collective, 3825 Edwards Road, Norwood.

Super Bowl Sunday at the Birdcage

One of the most crucial factors in any Super Bowl watch party is the food. If you’re looking to watch the game and have a good time with your friends, and want to grab a bite to eat, The Birdcage is supplying free hot dogs and wings for Sunday’s game. Yes — free wings. Get there before supplies run out and consider grabbing one of their buckets of beer while you watch the game. Sunday, Feb. 2. 6:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. The Birdcage, 927 Race St., Downtown.

Galla Bowl Watch Party

Head down to The Banks this Sunday and watch the game on one of Galla Parks countless HDTVs. Drinks like Mega Mules and Liquor Towers will be available, as well as a dinner menu so you can eat while you watch. Their Super Bowl special, at $200, includes a 36-ounce Wagyu Tomahawk Steak and bottle service for the game. Sunday, Feb. 2. 5 p.m.-2:30 a.m. Galla Park, 175 Joe Nuxhall Way, Downtown.

The Big Game Watch Party at Tin Roof

Enjoy half-priced nachos, $6 Bud Light pitchers, and $4 Gatorade shots at Tin Roof’s Super Bowl watch party. Before the game starts, live music will be performed by Shot 30. Sunday, Feb. 2. 5-10 p.m. Tin Roof, 160 East Freedom Way, Suite 150, Downtown.

Super Bowl Potluck at Higher Gravity

Choose from a selection of over 500 beers and 100 wines while watching the game at Higher Gravity’s Super Bowl potluck this Sunday. If you plan on attending and eating, you must bring a dish. Visit their event page on Facebook and notify them on what you plan on bringing. Sunday, Feb. 2. 6-10:59 p.m. Higher Gravity, 4106 Hamilton Ave. Northside.

Cincinnati Fire Museum Super Bowl Watch Party

The Cincy Fire Museum and Murray’s Wings Pub & Grill are teaming up again this year for their annual Super Bowl watch party. Reserving a square qualifies you for food and drinks, door prizes and a split-the-pot event. Reserve a square at superbowlpoolsite.com. Sunday. Feb. 2. 4 p.m.-12 a.m. $100 to reserve a square, includes everything. Murray’s Wings Pub & Grill, 2169 Queen City Ave, Price Hill.


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