Though the Super Bowl won’t be in California this year, we can still catch all of the action with the help of some local watch parties. From VIP-style viewing parties to tailgates under the sun, check out the top places to watch the Super Bowl in San Diego.
Though the 49ers did not make it to the Super Bowl this year, Moonshine Beach, San Diego’s official 49ers bar, will still be showcasing the game and celebrating all the team’s achievements. The game will be broadcasted on larger-than-life screens, including a 33-ft. LED screen inside and a 10-ft. LED screen outside for the perfect viewing experience. A few drink specials will be on the menu, including $7 49ers shots, $7 Hooch Bloody Marys and $35 beer or Ranch Water buckets. The watch party will begin at 3:30 p.m. at kick-off, with doors opening at noon. To learn more about Moonshine Beach, visit moonshinebeachsd.com.
Lapper Kitchen + Tap
Join Lapper Kitchen + Tap for its annual Super Bowl watch party at 3:30 p.m. Like previous years, the restaurant at Town and Country Resort is offering a special menu in honor of the holy grail of football games, in addition to $5 beers, $7 craft cocktails and $5 Safety Shots for when a player scores a safety. When guests aren’t indulging, a poolside patio with flat-screens is available to catch the game, in addition to an abundance of TV’s you will find throughout the interior space. To learn more about Lapper Kitchen + Tap, visit towncountry.com.
The Deck at Moonshine Flats
With a 165-in. LCD video wall, 16 TV’s, discounts on your favorite fare and cocktail lineups and raffle prizes from the Coors Light promo team—the Super Bowl tailgate at The Deck at Moonshine Flats is the locale to catch the game. Fans who visit the open-air tailgate can enjoy food specials while capturing all of the action, including St. Louis rib baskets, mozzarella sticks, Fritos pies and smoked wings. To wash everything down and toast to your favorite team, The Deck is offering $20 bottles of Champagne and rosé, plus bucket specials like Buena Cerveza ($25), Coors Light and Miller Lite Mix n Match ($30) and Topo Chico Seltzer and JuneShine Buckets ($35). For those looking to win big, the Coors Light promo team will give away tailgate-inspired raffle prizes, including neon signs, barbecues and coolers. Doors for the event will open at noon, while the party will kick off at 3:30 p.m. at kick-off. To learn more about The Deck at Moonshine Flats, visit thedecksd.com.
Are you hosting your Super Bowl party at home? Ranch 45 has you covered with the Smoke House Tailgate Box and a la carte sides to help you cater the perfect game day party. Place an order by Sunday, Feb. 8, for pick up on the big day, and enjoy hot and ready-to-go items like some traditional sliders from the Slider Box featuring smoked tri-tip, pastrami, roast beef, slider buns, rye bread, BBQ sauce, grain mustard and horseradish; or experience the more elevated Dry Aged Ribeye Box ($175) that serves two to three and includes one bone-in dry-aged ribeye, six beef tallow rolls, horseradish cream, red wine sauce and chimichurri. To learn more about Ranch 45, visit ranch45.com.
Draft at Belmont Park
There is no better way to watch the final showdown than on a 31-ft. LED screen at Draft at Belmont Park. The spot is not only offering a place to watch the Super Bowl in San Diego but also an immersive game day experience, chock-full of staple game day platters featuring hand-battered chicken tenders, a giant Pretzelcuterie Board with beer cheese, mustard, pickled onion, olive, giardiniera and prosciutto, and Draft’s Smashburger Sliders served on a Hawaiian roll with caramelized onion and American cheese. Football fanatics can also indulge in a 360-degree guaranteed uninterrupted view of the game, exclusive lounge furniture, a featured menu and bottle service for those who book with the VIP experience. To learn more about Draft at Belmont Park, visit draftsandiego.com.
Nason’s Beer Hall
Catch every touchdown on 23 TV’s while enjoying a championship-themed menu, 24 beers on tap and buckets of beer specials at Nason’s Beer Hall at Pendry San Diego. Kansas City fans can enjoy a barbecue feast while Philadelphia Eagles fan can indulge in the Philly cheesesteak. These big game-day specials will be served at Nason’s Beer Hall, Provisional Kitchen and Fifth & Rose, starting at 3 p.m., on Super Bowl Sunday. Provisional Kitchen will be serving up football favorites including wood-fired pizza, wings and cocktail specials while Super Bowl LVII plays on a 15-ft. screen. To learn more, visit www.pendry.com/san-diego.