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The revamped Rodeo Bar will offer an all-day happy hour on bowl day
Steven Visneau

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Dallas

Find killer beer specials and excellent snacks at these local sports bars

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The revamped Rodeo Bar will offer an all-day happy hour on bowl day
| Steven Visneau

While our beloved Cowboys won’t be making it to Super Bowl LVI, it’s still time to find a spot to watch the game. Head to one of these 16 excellent Dallas sports bars, where there are big screens and plenty of beer, drink specials, and budget-friendly snacks await.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Legacy Hall

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Over in the ‘burbs, choose from 20 different eateries at Legacy Hall, while catching the game on a 24-foot LED screen. Don’t miss Tiffany Derry’s duck fat fried chicken wings from Roots Chicken Shak, and for a good deed, purchase a $10 square for the Squares Game, which will benefit the North Texas Food Bank.

Twin Peaks Restaurant

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Each Twin Peaks diner on Super Bowl Sunday will automatically receive a voucher for free chips and queso, redeemable on a following visit. But the first 100 guests will get a spot on their Squares Board, with winners of a $25 gift card announced every quarter.

Harvest Hall

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In Grapevine’s Hotel Vin, diners can watch the game on their food hall’s biggest screen. On the Third Rail at Harvest Hall, the seven chef-inspired food booths will offer menu specials, as well as frozen margaritas and beer buckets.

Stan's Blue Note

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Win or lose, grab a $12 beer pitcher to celebrate. (Or mourn, whatever). Either way, this iconic Lower Greenville dive is always a blast.

Christies

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A year into its new Lower Greenville location, and the party’s still going at Christie’s. Enjoy bar food classics like wings, burgers and nachos, or step it up a notch with the charcuterie board.

Redfield’s Neighborhood Tavern

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Watch the big game on Redfield’s several 75-inch screens, while feasting on brick-oven pizza and loaded fries.

Henderson Tap House

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With over 35 HDTVs, you won’t miss a beat of the game. Plus, Henderson House’s menu is all fan-friendly fare like burgers, pizza, and beer pitchers.

Luckys Café

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Order all-day breakfast at this retro diner, which will pour drink specials on Super Bowl Sunday with a “You Call It” $5 happy hour.

Liquid Zoo

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Come for football, burgers and fries; stay for Cher-e-oke at this LGBTQ-friendly sports bar. Drag performer Wayne Smith’s reimagining of Cher is impeccable. 

Happiest Hour

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Over at Happiest Hour, the city’s largest patio bar and lounge, guests can catch the game on gigantic television screens.

Sfereco

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Sfereco is offering a feast for the game: For $29.99, diners can enjoy a 16-inch specialty pizza, 12 wings any style, and two frozen cocktails.

Rodeo Bar

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The newly reopened Rodeo Bar in the Adolphus Hotel will offer all-day happy hour on bowl day. Food items and drinks like the Rodeo Burger, queso, chili cheese fries, chili, draft beer, boilermakers, and house wine will be available for $5 each.

City Hall Bistro

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Also located in the Adolphus, City Hall Bistro and Social Lobby will offer $5 beer and specialty wings and shrimp taquitos.

The Exchange Hall

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On the first floor of The Exchange, guests can enjoy $4 Miller Lite and Dos Equis, $7 Ketel One seltzers and $6 team inspired shot specials.

Jaxon Beer Garden

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Jaxon will offer special team-inspired shots for $6. The bar will also sling $4 Miller Lite and Coors Lite, as well as $7 Vizzy seltzers.

PhD - Pour House Dallas

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On Super Bowl Sunday, enjoy $1 mimosas and poinsettias, or a PBR draft and a shot of fireball for $10 at PhD.

Legacy Hall

Over in the ‘burbs, choose from 20 different eateries at Legacy Hall, while catching the game on a 24-foot LED screen. Don’t miss Tiffany Derry’s duck fat fried chicken wings from Roots Chicken Shak, and for a good deed, purchase a $10 square for the Squares Game, which will benefit the North Texas Food Bank.

Twin Peaks Restaurant

Each Twin Peaks diner on Super Bowl Sunday will automatically receive a voucher for free chips and queso, redeemable on a following visit. But the first 100 guests will get a spot on their Squares Board, with winners of a $25 gift card announced every quarter.

Harvest Hall

In Grapevine’s Hotel Vin, diners can watch the game on their food hall’s biggest screen. On the Third Rail at Harvest Hall, the seven chef-inspired food booths will offer menu specials, as well as frozen margaritas and beer buckets.

Stan's Blue Note

Win or lose, grab a $12 beer pitcher to celebrate. (Or mourn, whatever). Either way, this iconic Lower Greenville dive is always a blast.

Christies

A year into its new Lower Greenville location, and the party’s still going at Christie’s. Enjoy bar food classics like wings, burgers and nachos, or step it up a notch with the charcuterie board.

Redfield’s Neighborhood Tavern

Watch the big game on Redfield’s several 75-inch screens, while feasting on brick-oven pizza and loaded fries.

Henderson Tap House

With over 35 HDTVs, you won’t miss a beat of the game. Plus, Henderson House’s menu is all fan-friendly fare like burgers, pizza, and beer pitchers.

Luckys Café

Order all-day breakfast at this retro diner, which will pour drink specials on Super Bowl Sunday with a “You Call It” $5 happy hour.

Liquid Zoo

Come for football, burgers and fries; stay for Cher-e-oke at this LGBTQ-friendly sports bar. Drag performer Wayne Smith’s reimagining of Cher is impeccable. 

Happiest Hour

Over at Happiest Hour, the city’s largest patio bar and lounge, guests can catch the game on gigantic television screens.

Sfereco

Sfereco is offering a feast for the game: For $29.99, diners can enjoy a 16-inch specialty pizza, 12 wings any style, and two frozen cocktails.

Rodeo Bar

The newly reopened Rodeo Bar in the Adolphus Hotel will offer all-day happy hour on bowl day. Food items and drinks like the Rodeo Burger, queso, chili cheese fries, chili, draft beer, boilermakers, and house wine will be available for $5 each.

City Hall Bistro

Also located in the Adolphus, City Hall Bistro and Social Lobby will offer $5 beer and specialty wings and shrimp taquitos.

The Exchange Hall

On the first floor of The Exchange, guests can enjoy $4 Miller Lite and Dos Equis, $7 Ketel One seltzers and $6 team inspired shot specials.

Jaxon Beer Garden

Jaxon will offer special team-inspired shots for $6. The bar will also sling $4 Miller Lite and Coors Lite, as well as $7 Vizzy seltzers.

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PhD - Pour House Dallas

On Super Bowl Sunday, enjoy $1 mimosas and poinsettias, or a PBR draft and a shot of fireball for $10 at PhD.

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