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Indoors or out, Katy Trail Ice House is an excellent Super Bowl spot.
Indoors or out, Katy Trail Ice House is an excellent Super Bowl spot.
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Where To Watch Super Bowl 50 In Dallas

Where to drink and dine while you watch the Super Bowl.

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Indoors or out, Katy Trail Ice House is an excellent Super Bowl spot.
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Even if you’re not interested in the Denver Broncos or the Carolina Panthers, Super Bowl Sunday is an excellent excuse to eat as many wings as humanly possible and spend a little time day-drinking. If you are enthusiastic about this year's big game, you may still find yourself asking this question: Where should I watch the Super Bowl in Dallas?


Fortunately, there are plenty of great options for drinking and dining while you watch the game. One of these 12 spots will surely suit your game-day tastes.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Christie's Sports Bar

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If you’re planning to bring a big party – 10 or more – you’ll want to make your reservation at Christie’s in advance. Gigantic TV screens, game-day drink specials, and plenty of bar snacks make this a great place to spend Super Bowl Sunday.

Frankie's

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Get your pre-game on at Frankie’s in Uptown, with bottomless mimosas and a build-your-own bloody mary bar until 3 p.m. After, enjoy happy hour specials all day long and plenty of TVs on which to watch the biggest game of the year. You’ll want to arrive early so that you can be sure to grab a table before the crowds descend.

Katy Trail Ice House

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Before you dig into all those chili dogs and beer, a run on the Katy Trail might be enough to cancel all that indulgence. Once you’ve finished your physical activity, stop at Katy Trail Ice House and watch the game with all your friends at one of the massive outdoor (and indoor) tables. In case your dog’s a huge football fan, she’s welcome too.

Lee Harvey's

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Most of Dallas’ sports bars are going to be pretty packed on Super Bowl Sunday, but Lee Harvey’s offers plenty of room to spread out. Bring your (leashed, well-behaved) dog and enjoy the game in the comforts of one of Dallas’ finest dive bars. Excellent fish tacos and burgers only sweeten the deal.

Lockhart Smokehouse

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Barbecue and football is probably the most American combination of all time, especially when you’ve got a roomy spot like Lockhart Smokehouse to indulge in both. Order up brisket and sausage from the window, and plop down at the bar (you’ll have the best view of the game) and you’ll be meat-drunk before the halftime show.

Milo Butterfingers

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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 just enough people-watching to keep you entertained if the game turns out to be totally boring.

Shell Shack

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Even if you’re not particularly interested in the game on Sunday, Shell Shack is a pretty solid place to pretend you care. Spicy crawfish and crab, cold beer, and plenty of TVs are almost enough to make you forget that the Cowboys haven’t been in the Super Bowl in a really, really long time.

Sundown at Granada

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Stop into this venue-adjacent restaurant for farm-to-table fare that’s much healthier than your average nachos and wings. Once you’re done eating, you can head over to the Granada Theater to watch the game on their massive projection screens for free, or stick around Sundown for a Puppy Bowl watch party and half-price flatbreads, a cuddly alternative for those uninterested in sports.

The Nodding Donkey

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If you're seriously looking to party, The Nodding Donkey offers a pretty solid game-day deal. For just $100, you can indulge in all the Super Bowl revelry imaginable. Your cover charge gets you access to all-you-can-eat appetizers and more substantial noshes, along with an open bar that lasts all day long. You’ll probably want to grab an Uber.
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The Owner's Box

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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. A $25 cover charge will get you access to all those TVs, brisket nachos, and The Owner’s Box’s signature orange-honey chicken wings.

The Rustic

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The Rustic offers plenty of room to spread out and a pretty budget-friendly deal for Sunday’s Super Bowl crowds. Watch the game on The Rustic's 25-foot screens while chowing down on classic Texas comfort fare.

Truck Yard

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If the weather cooperates, there’s no better place to spend an unseasonably warm Feburary day than at Truck Yard. Grab a frozen cocktail or two, dig into a cheesesteak, and pretend that patio season has officially arrived. Oh, and of course, enjoy the game from the comforts of a treehouse.

Christie's Sports Bar

If you’re planning to bring a big party – 10 or more – you’ll want to make your reservation at Christie’s in advance. Gigantic TV screens, game-day drink specials, and plenty of bar snacks make this a great place to spend Super Bowl Sunday.

Frankie's

Get your pre-game on at Frankie’s in Uptown, with bottomless mimosas and a build-your-own bloody mary bar until 3 p.m. After, enjoy happy hour specials all day long and plenty of TVs on which to watch the biggest game of the year. You’ll want to arrive early so that you can be sure to grab a table before the crowds descend.

Katy Trail Ice House

Before you dig into all those chili dogs and beer, a run on the Katy Trail might be enough to cancel all that indulgence. Once you’ve finished your physical activity, stop at Katy Trail Ice House and watch the game with all your friends at one of the massive outdoor (and indoor) tables. In case your dog’s a huge football fan, she’s welcome too.

Lee Harvey's

Most of Dallas’ sports bars are going to be pretty packed on Super Bowl Sunday, but Lee Harvey’s offers plenty of room to spread out. Bring your (leashed, well-behaved) dog and enjoy the game in the comforts of one of Dallas’ finest dive bars. Excellent fish tacos and burgers only sweeten the deal.

Lockhart Smokehouse

Barbecue and football is probably the most American combination of all time, especially when you’ve got a roomy spot like Lockhart Smokehouse to indulge in both. Order up brisket and sausage from the window, and plop down at the bar (you’ll have the best view of the game) and you’ll be meat-drunk before the halftime show.

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 just enough people-watching to keep you entertained if the game turns out to be totally boring.

Shell Shack

Even if you’re not particularly interested in the game on Sunday, Shell Shack is a pretty solid place to pretend you care. Spicy crawfish and crab, cold beer, and plenty of TVs are almost enough to make you forget that the Cowboys haven’t been in the Super Bowl in a really, really long time.

Sundown at Granada

Stop into this venue-adjacent restaurant for farm-to-table fare that’s much healthier than your average nachos and wings. Once you’re done eating, you can head over to the Granada Theater to watch the game on their massive projection screens for free, or stick around Sundown for a Puppy Bowl watch party and half-price flatbreads, a cuddly alternative for those uninterested in sports.

The Nodding Donkey

The Nodding Donkey
If you're seriously looking to party, The Nodding Donkey offers a pretty solid game-day deal. For just $100, you can indulge in all the Super Bowl revelry imaginable. Your cover charge gets you access to all-you-can-eat appetizers and more substantial noshes, along with an open bar that lasts all day long. You’ll probably want to grab an Uber.
The Nodding Donkey

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. A $25 cover charge will get you access to all those TVs, brisket nachos, and The Owner’s Box’s signature orange-honey chicken wings.

The Rustic

The Rustic offers plenty of room to spread out and a pretty budget-friendly deal for Sunday’s Super Bowl crowds. Watch the game on The Rustic's 25-foot screens while chowing down on classic Texas comfort fare.

Truck Yard

If the weather cooperates, there’s no better place to spend an unseasonably warm Feburary day than at Truck Yard. Grab a frozen cocktail or two, dig into a cheesesteak, and pretend that patio season has officially arrived. Oh, and of course, enjoy the game from the comforts of a treehouse.

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