Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Boston

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Chances are if you are going to be in the Boston area to watch the Super Bowl, you won’t find a lot of people rooting for Peyton Manning and the Broncos considering that Denver knocked the New England Patriots out the playoffs in the AFC Championship game a couple weeks back. What you probably will find, in addition to a number of Boston Attractions, are bunch of people who are ready to root for Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman and the rest of the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII.

In addition to all of the great Boston Attractions that are available in the Hub, the city boasts a number of great spots to watch the game on Super Sunday as well.

Home of “Southie’s Original Sunday Funday,” the Boston Beer Garden at 732 East Broadway is definitely an option for football enthusiasts looking to grab a pint and watch the game on Sunday. With a number of draught beers including Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA, Guinness, Jack’s Abby Hoponious Union and, of course, Sam Adams, the BeerGarden has your drinks more than covered. With a menu featuring Chicken and Waffles, Steak Tips, Clam Chowder, Buffalo Chicken Dip and Pizza, all of your food needs will be taken care of as well.

Another option if you find yourself “shipping up to Boston” is McGreevy’s at 911 Boylston Street. The bar is owned by hometown punk rock heroes Dropkick Murphys and there are guaranteed to be some saucy shenanigans at the bar’s Super Bowl party. With a packed menu and a fully-stocked bar, McGreevy’s is well-equipped to host the big game and it has 16 HDTV’s so there’s no chance you will miss any of the action!

If you have a little too much fun while watching the game on Super Sunday and are looking for a way to relax on Monday, Boston Attractions like the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science and New England Aquarium are all superb selections.

Another sports bar that will have everything you need to make the Super Bowl, well, super, is Parlor Sports at 3 Beacon Street in Somerville. The bar serves up a variety of domestic and international draughts, bottles and cans as well as famous French fries and a plethora of burger and dog options. For those looking for something a little more refined, there is also a drink menu with classic selections like Old Fashioneds, Torontos and Daiquiris.

For a great dine-in food or takeout options, Red Bones in Somerville really can’t be beat. This BBQ joint has a stellar menu that’s stacked with racks of ribs, pounds of pulled pork, Buffalo wings, fried oysters, fried pickles and catfish. There’s also great side selections like collard greens, cole slaw, mashed potatoes and mac n’ cheese.

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