Surprising to no one, the New England Patriots are officially Super Bowl-bound, which means, unless you have a golden ticket to Minneapolis, it’s time to decide where to watch the game. Whether you’re looking for a massive screen or the best drink deals in town, we’ve rounded up which Southie spots you should head to on Sunday.
For diehard fans that like to cheer on TB12 from the comfort of home, the private couches at Supper Club at Capo offer a unique setup complete with a private TV, and private mini fridge stocked with your favorite beers so you don’t miss a second of the game! Guests can reserve couches, high top tables, or private spaces to root on the defending Super Bowl champions while Chef Tony Susi and team serve up platters of paninis and hot trays, as well as larger portioned snacks for groups of 4 to 6 people! Capo also has all the fixings for meatball sliders to go – if you’re hosting a Super Bowl Party at home! Email Jen@caposouthboston.com to place your order!
Stats Bar & Grille
With a whopping 24 TVs and built-in Sunday funday crowd of twenty-something (and often rowdy) regulars, owners expect a full house come Sunday. (Translation: Secure a seat by brunch, or expect to wait in a line.)
Six TVs, three projectors, and a DJ during commercial breaks ensures this West Broadway hotspot will be hopping come Sunday.
The Punk & Poet
This new and improved hot spot on East Broadway is a great place to watch the game. Featuring plenty of flatscreen TV, appetizers like potato bombs filled with cheese and bacon, buffalo cauliflower, fried chicken sliders perfect for sharing! The Punk & Poet also has a burger, meatball casserole and a steak and cheese sandwich for those with a bigger appetite. Punk & Poet Sangria, The Clash – a concoction of tequila, St. Germain, Aperol, house simple syrup, lemon and Angostura Bitters – and Pink Poet – pink gin, pink grapefruit, elderflower and Peychauds bitters – are just a few of their featured cocktails! There’s also plenty of beer on tap and brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays!
Gather up the gang and head out to watch at Coppersmith! This place is perfect for large groups with two 12ft projection screens. Coppersmith Executive Chef, Jason Heard will be offering some super sized specials perfect for watching the game including the return of their signature radio flyer wagons with a special football field sized pulled pork nacho platter ideal for groups of 8-10 people. There will also be the “Title Town Tent” sponsored by Carlsberg Brewery. Tailgate on the patio featuring outdoor flat screen TV’s, a satellite bar serving Carlsberg and Bud Light brews and enjoy a special a la carte Tailgate menu with football-watching favorites. Plus DJ Frixx will be playing from 1PM-6PM in our heated tent. Opening at 11AM with VIP availability throughout the day, space is limited.
Tailgate Menu includes R I Style Calamari- Lemon Caper Aioli, Jumbo Nachos, Wings, Choice of Boneless or Bone-in, Brunch/Buffalo/BBQ/Spicy Scotch Bonnett
Seapoint Bar & Grille
A neighborhood staple since 1979, this old-school bar will be serving up their renowned steak tips in front of a comfortable amount of flat screen TVs airing the game. $5 cheese pizzas and $8 wing special! Maybe a game of pool come halftime!
Opening to rave reviews, The Broadway is an instant Southie favorite. This spacious restaurant offers plenty of beer on tap, signature cocktails, punch bowls to share, plus a menu filled with shareable appetizers like spicy wings, whipped feta, meatballs, tater skins and more! The Broadway also serves up hot and delicious wood fire pizza too! There are plenty of wide-screen TV’s to watch the game to make sure you don’t miss a play. The Broadway is located at 726 West Broadway.
Three large TVs, a slew of sharable plates, and inventive craft cocktails make this tiny gem the coziest place to take in the game on what’s sure to be a freezing-cold Sunday.
If you’d rather watch the game with a Trillium than a Coors Light in hand, this is probably where you should be. Special game-day bar bites will accompany the tavern’s wide selection of craft beer drafts while the game airs on five TVs, one of which is big screen.
For just $25 order a Super Bowl platter of hog wings, chicken wings, ribs, buffalo wings, or mac fitters, then wash it all down with $2 cans of PBR while the game plays on every one of this gastropub’s five TVs.
Nine TVs, Paddy behind the bar, and a menu of classic, low-priced bar fare will surely be the main attractions at this watering hole come Sunday.