Where to Watch the Super Bowl in the Bay Area

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Whether you're a Patriots fan or rooting for the Falcons, we've got you covered on where to watch the Big Game go down.

4505 Burgers & BBQ


If the sun decides to show itself on Sunday, consider watching the Super Bowl on 4505's patio, where seating is biergarten-style on picnic tables. Pus, you'll get to chow down on their regular BBQ menu (including brisket, ribs, and the Best Damn Cheeseburger) and their selection of local beers on tap. // 705 Divisadero (Alamo Square); 4505meats.com/4505-burgers-bbq


Ted's Sports Bar & Grill

Maybe it's the cheap beer, maybe it's their famous Korean hot wings, or maybe it's their 10 TV's, but Ted's Sports Bar & Grill in SoMa sure has what it takes to make a great sports bar. Belly up to the bar this weekend to watch Tom Brady and Matt Ryan duke it out. // 312 Harriet Street (SoMa)


Elixir

For the last 14 years, Elixir has been hosting epic Super Bowl parties, and this year is no exception. With four TV's, cocktails at $8, shots at $6, and free barbecue served to all paying customers, Elixir is pulling out all the stops to make this a memorable day—whether your team wins or loses. They open at noon, and we advise you get there early if you want a seat for the game. // 3200 16th Street (Mission); elixirsf.com


Lungomare

Starting at 3:30pm on Sunday, Lungomare will be hosting a Super Bowl party in their waterfront lounge. With $5 draft beers and an assortment of snacks (think: pizza, wings, and a special fritto misto) from Chef Craig DiFonzo, you won't want to miss this tasty Game Day hub. // One Broadway, Oakland (Jack London Square); lungomareoakland.com


Public House

Public House at AT&T Park isn't just a place to cheer on the Giants, they'll be showing the Falcons play the Patriots on all 26 of their big screen TVs, too! Plus, all this week, fry bread tacos and smoked baby back ribs from the menu will be 50 percent off during Happy Hour. And in case you didn't know, Public House offers one of the largest draft beer and cask ale arrays in San Francisco, with 24 beers on tap and more than 70 bottled varieties. Are you convinced yet? // 24 Willie Mays Plaza (South Park); publichousesf.com


Roka Akor

Roka Akor will have three flat screen TV's in their bar available for your viewing pleasure. With Sapporo Draft at just $3, a glass of wine at just $5, and a multitude of other drink specials, consider perching here for the duration of the game. // 801 Montgomery St. (Jackson Square); rokaakor.com/san-francisco


La Mar

Large projectors will be brought in for an enhanced viewing experience, and instead of their traditional Peruvian menu, La Mar will be catering to football fans with tailgating staples, such as burgers, hotdogs, and beer. There will also be a dedicated cocktail to show your support for each team. // Pier 1 ½ (Embarcadero); lamarsf.com

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