It’s been 18 long seasons since our SF 49ers made it to the Superbowl. No doubt, the city is buzzing with excitement. On Sunday, February 3, 2013, there will be no shortage of hot spots to watch the big game. Whether your’e looking for a packed house filled with a sea of black and gold, or just looking to enjoy the game in a more subdued manner, here are the top 10 places to catch the big game and root for the Niners!
Pete’s Tavern and Pedro’s Cantina, SF’s popular adjoining sports bar and Baja-style restaurant, is gearing up for a 49ers Super Bowl win! The largest sports bar in San Francisco, the 20,000 square foot historic warehouse is conveniently located across the street from AT&T Park. The two sports bars that are “joined at the kitchen” and can hold 1,000 crazed sports fans between them. Two sports bars in one with amazing food, an awesome beer list, and 22 flat screen TV’s…It doesn’t get better than that!
Aurea at the Renaissance San Francisco Stanford Court Hotel has five TVs three of which have semi-private viewing areas for folks to root for the 49ers on Sunday 2/3! In addition to the prime viewing, Chef Michael Koenig will be offering a bowl of wings and a beer for $10 during the entirety of the game. Also, parking is only $5!
Level III at the JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square is the perfect place for travelers and downtown shoppers to take a break and catch the 49ers game! Enjoy a hand crafted cocktail at the bar that’s equipped with a TV or kick back in the lounge area on a couch and root for our team!
SliderBar: With six large flat screen televisions, 16 craft beers—including stouts, ales, pilsner, weizen and Belgian styles—and more than seventeen types of sliders to choose from, SliderBar is the perfect location to watch the Super Bowl. And there’s no better meal to pair with football than the American Pride slider: Grass-fed beef, bacon strips, cheddar cheese, gem lettuce, tomatoes, pickled onions, mayo on an artisan white bun.
The Mortimer at the Hotel Adagio: Watch the Super Bowl in style at a sophisticated and chic bar, located on the lobby level of Hotel Adagio. With two large flat screen televisions prominently displayed, there’s not a bad seat in the house! Enjoy The Pig Skin (a shot of Jack Daniels and a Budweiser), theQuest for Six (cranberry juice and Grey Goose Citron) or The Lombardi (sparkling wine and Elderflower liqueur) all for $8!
Jasper’s Corner Tap & Kitchen The downtown neighborhood bar and resto is getting in the Superbowl spirit. With four TVs in the bar area and a number of beer and food specials that include mesquite chili-lime popcorn, sliders, a kobe dog and chicken wings, Superbowl Sunday is set.
Burritt Room + Tavern If you’re anywhere near the top of the Stockton Tunnel on Sunday, then Berlinetta Lounge is your spot. Inside the Burritt Room holds the lovely Berlinetta Lounge – the perfect cheer on our hometown team in the Super Bowl this Sunday. They have a menu of football favorites like charred corn guacamole, the famous Burritt Tavern Burger, Tempura Shrimp Skewers, Pulled Pork Wraps, along with $5 beers, special wines by the glass and fantastic cocktails.
Public House is the sports lover’s mecca located across from AT&T Park. Loaded with 22 televisions and 24 beers on tap, Superbowl Sunday will surely fill up fast. Book a table in advance, or show up on the early side if you’re counting on a seat.
The Brick Yard is the Marina haven for partying, mingling and of course, sports-watching. In true Union-Street fashion, drinks will be a-flowing as the game is shown on the large screen TV located front and center of the bar. Enjoy a drink (and a meal) with friends while cheering on the Niners!
Watching the big game in the South Bay? Oryza Bistro Asiana has three big-screen plasmas, great beer a diverse cocktail list and really delicious pan Asian fusion cuisine – their starter menu has a ton of shareable bites, A great fit for either watching the game or catering your own Superbowl party. And guess what…Since Oryza is located next to the entrance to the heart of Westfield Valley Fair, it also offers proximity to a host of luxury retailers for anyone who wants to slip away during halftime.