How To Celebrate Super Bowl Sunday In SF

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The Philadelphia Eagles face off against the New England Patriots this Sunday, February 4 at 3:30 p.m. Wondering where to watch the game? Want to have a party, but no time to deep fry wings? Here’s where to eat and drink or buy your eats and drinks.

Finn Town's burger
Finn Town’s burger

Where to Watch

In the Castro, Finn Town is throwing a little party. Chef Steve Dustin is cooking fried macaroni and cheese, chicken poppers, and his infamous double stacked burger. There will be drink specials and plenty of beer.

Comstock Saloon normally serves free lunch on Fridays, but come Super Bowl Sunday, they are offering their beloved deal for football fans. Order two adult beverages and enjoy a free lunch during 12 and 5 p.m. On the menu? Pork belly Benedict.

Watch Super Bowl 52 downtown at Novela. The popular bar has 5 large-format flat screen televisions and two seven-foot HD digital projectors. Plus there is Novela’s party-starting punch and a spread of classic football food. Wings, brats, nachos, meatballs, and more!

Palm House’s party starts at 2 p.m. There will be a TV on the patio, drinks deals ($7 specialty cocktails, $40 punch bowl, etc.) and wings for just 50-cents.

A platter of meat at 4505
A platter of meat at 4505

Where to Shop

4505 Burgers and BBQ always offers delicious take-out, like party packages of smoked pork shoulder, beef brisket, or pulled chicken, but on Sunday, there are some specials. Think wings and chile con queso. The cool thing is they even sell six-packs of beer and bottles of wine to go.

In the mood for Mexican? The team at Copita has got you covered. Call ahead to order chef Tellez’s Super Bowl snacks—wood-fired ribs, quesadillas, house-made wings, and papas bravas. Pick up a bottle of Casamigos on the way home and get ready for some football.

Monkey bread is a crowd-pleasing favorite so order a couple of loaves from Corridor. Their cheesy pull apart savory bread is to die for.

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