Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Downtown Phoenix
January 29, 2015 by Brandi Porter
Looking for a place where you can watch the game, have a brew and eat delicious food? Then this list is for you. Downtown bars, restaurants and venues are gearing up for game day with plans for big-screen projections of the Super Bowl plus food and drink specials.
Create your game plan:
Jazz-up your Super Bowl Sunday at this hip bistro/bar situated in the Roosevelt Row Arts District. They’ll have live jazz (11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. ), brunch (10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.) plus $2 local draft beers. Stick around after and watch the game on their flat screen. For $5 you can try their DTPHX City Sampler special: artichoke dip and a Lumberyard Brewing Company Knotty Pine Ale.
Coach’s Corner Grill
Located right outside of the Super Bowl Central festivities, Coach’s Corner will be Seahawk central come game day. Seattle fans: This is your home away from home.
The music venue is showing the game on a big screen at Hamm’s Me the Ball!!! Super Bowl Party with $2 Hamm’s beer and food specials by their in-house restaurant Cocina 10. Doors open at 3 p.m., no cover.
Watch the big game on bleachers in a historic warehouse in Downtown Phoenix. Starting at 10 a.m., The Duce will be celebrating game day with buckets of old-school beers, Chi-town dogs and home-made chicken brats and a bloody Mary bar. Play ping pong, corn hole and shuffle board while you wait for the kick off.
Throw back a cold one while you watch the game on the big screen at FilmBar, an independent movie theater in Roosevelt Row. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and entrance is free, so go early because seating is first come first served. BuzznBeez Good Food Truck will be on site to provide comfort foods to anxiety-ridden fans. 21 and up.
Pre-game the big game with a delicious brunch from on Super Bowl Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. by Fair Trade Café at First Avenue and Roosevelt Street. Fans can start celebrating early at the Café’s Super Bowl kick-off party at their Civic Space location on Saturday, Jan. 31 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. This Kick-off and Cocktail Party will feature live jazz, drinks and more. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets online for $15 here.
Just steps away from Super Central, they’re opening their doors early at 11 a.m. and will be playing the big game.
Mother Bunch Brewing
This local bar will be serving up brunch specials from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., will have all-day happy hour, and all meals starting at $10 will come with a 10-oz. beer, Bloody Mary, mimosa or sangria. Go for the great food, drinks, games and giveaways — stay for the game.
Paz Cantina will have two bars open with 70-inch TVs showing the game as well as a projection on the pet-friendly patio. Doors open at 8 a.m. for a Mexican breakfast served all day (as well as Saturday) plus bottomless mimosas. The Super Bowl fiesta lasts until midnight with live music, ping pong and corn hole.
The Café is projecting the game on their awesome patio and is celebrating with all-day happy hour, $5 pitchers of beer, plus other food and drink specials.
Rose & Crown Pub
Kick back and watch the game in this historic home-turned-pub with a hefty selection of beer and delicious food. For $5 you can get a 16-oz. draft and sample their shepherd’s pie as part of the DTPHX City Sampler.
Starting at 3 p.m., they’ll have drink and food specials all night long plus their special beer brats with house-made sauerkraut for fans while you watch the game.
They’ll have the game playing on every each TV plus food and drink specials all day. For $5 you can get their DTPHX City Sampler special: a local stour and THAT Roadrash IPA.
The Vig Fillmore
Chill out on the patio or belly up to the interior bar at The Vig. They’ll have $3 drafts, half-off wine, live music plus $10 worth of Super Bowl Squares, which gets you $10 credit good for the day of the game.