Super Bowl Sunday is nigh, which means that it’s time to find a spot to watch the game. Instead of hosting the usual, labor-intensive Super Bowl party, head to one of these 13 excellent Dallas sports bars, where plenty of beer, budget-friendly snacks, and even games to play when the halftime show gets boring await.Read More
Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Dallas
Find killer beer specials and excellent snacks at these local sports bars
1. City Works
With its proximity to The Star, home of the Dallas Cowboys, it’s not a surprise that City Works is a game day destination. The Super Bowl will play on 25 giant TVs, and the restaurant will serve half-priced snacks like pretzel bites and fried cheese curds alongside $3 Goose Island beers all day long.
2. Milo Butterfingers
Party it up frat boy style at this charmingly dingy SMU establishment. The pitchers of beer are cold and cheap, there’s plenty of TVs for watching the game, and if the action on the field isn’t holding your attention, foosball and darts make for a welcome distraction.
3. Stan's Blue Note
Stan’s drinks are served in Mason jars, the loaded nachos are awesome; and the people are loud and inebriated. It’s a place where people from different backgrounds, countries, and creeds come together to scream proudly at athletes on television.
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4. Henderson Tap House
Park it at one of the many tables at this Henderson Avenue haunt on game day, where more than 35 HDTVs will be devoted to football. On Super Bowl Sunday, $1 Jell-O shots and $5 Deep Ellum vodka drinks are on offer all day.
5. Truck Yard
If the weather is nice, there's no better way to spend gameday than at Truck Yard. Grab a frozen cocktail or two, dig into a cheesesteak, and get rowdy on the patio. Oh, and of course, enjoy a day of al fresco football watching from the comforts of a treehouse.
6. Katy Trail Ice House
After a run on the Katy Trail, grab one of the indoor (or outdoor) tables at Katy Trail Ice House for lots of beer and plenty of chili dogs while watching the game on one of many TVs.
7. Christie's Sports Bar
Boasting 60 HDTVs and 3 giant projector screens, Christie’s also serves pretty solid bar fare that ranges from classic chicken wings to jalapeno mac and cheese and veggie-topped pizzas.
8. Happiest Hour
Considering its proximity to the American Airlines Center, Happiest Hour is really a destination for watching sports of all kinds. With tons of space to sprawl out, a rooftop bar, and plenty of TVs to watch the game, Happiest Hour will sling cheap brews and snacks like BBQ cheese fries on Super Bowl Sunday.
9. Press Box Grill
Don’t be deceived by this unassuming Downtown spot, Press Box knows how to party on game days, especially Super Bowl Sunday. Look forward to TVs in every corner, including a large projection screen on the back wall, and delicious and hearty pub fare like loaded cheese fries and brisket sliders alongside tons of brews.
10. Scout Dallas
Need to game while watching the game? Head to Scout, where bowling lanes, ping-pong, and more activities to enjoy during halftime await, along with half-priced local beers and giant nacho platters.
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Consistently voted one of Dallas' finest sports bars, this Downtown watering hole offers ample TVs, solid booze specials, and excellent pub grub.
12. The Owner's Box
This swank sports bar at the Omni Dallas was designed for important game days, evidenced by their wall-to-wall TVs (fun fact: there are more than 70!) and upscale bar fare. For fans looking for a more grown-up vibe, this is the spot.
The newest addition to Victory Park, Hero is a massive sports bar with a 24-foot LED projection wall that also has plenty of foosball tables, arcade games, billiards, and plenty of other ways to keep occupied during halftime. The game will, of course be on, along with plenty of drink specials and solid snacks.