5 Spots to Watch the Super Bowl in Dallas

The kickoff to the big game awaits and you can catch all the action at one of these favorite Dallas spots.

Posted on Feb 1, 2019 By Ashley Turner

Celebrate the end of the football season at a local Super Bowl watch party. Here are our picks for where to watch the big game.

1. Happiest Hour

Happiest Hour, the largest patio and lounge in Dallas will host a Big Game Watch Party with team-themed food and drink specials, perfect for your best group of friends to kick-back and enjoy the game. This Uptown bar has over 25 TVs and plenty of space to move around, and seating is first come, first serve so be sure to get there early to beat the crowd.

2. House of Blues

Enjoy the Big Game Watch Party at the House of Blues. Admission is free before 4:30 p.m. (with an RSVP) and includes discounted drinks and appetizers like buffalo wings and flatbreads. There will also be a DJ spinning tunes throughout the day.

3. The Owners Box

If you're looking for a true sports bar feel, The Owners Box is for you. The bar offers a great beer selection and plenty of TVs, most notably, the 16-foot screen as the center of attention.  The Super Bowl Watch Party is free admission, and is first come, first serve.  Order a 100-oz. beer tower and a 'Feed Zeke' platter to share with the table.

4. Granada Theater

Head to Lower Greenville for Granada Theater's free watch party! Comfy seating, giant screens and concert quality sound are just a few of things you'll experience on Super Bowl Sunday. They'll also have food and drink specials like $3 domestic beers and a $7 nacho bar.

5. The Bomb Factory

Huddle up your team and hit up to the Bomb Factory in Deep Ellum for the ultimate Super Bowl watch party. This party will be an all-day affair with fun games, prize giveaways, and food drink specials to enjoy throughout the day. To top it off, the party is free! You can watch all the action on the 30-foot HD screen as you celebrate the biggest sporting event of the year.

Header photo credit: Happiest Hour

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