The time has come again to watch grown men with curiously wide shoulder pads slug it out for the ultimate NFL championship game, the Super Bowl. Get onside at the best places in Sydney to catch the New England Patriots take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday Feb 5, accompanied by some American snacks, morning beers (it's nighttime in the USA) and a half-time show care of Justin Timberlake and friends.
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Where to watch the Super Bowl in Sydney 2018
This Bondi newbie will screening the game from 10am while the kitchen whips up Philli cheesesteak snack packs, chilli fries and New England fish and chips with smoked clam mayonnaise. They'll also be adding a few U.S.A beers and wines to the list, and the pizza menu will be available from 10am.
Immerse yourself in the action at the Star’s dedicated 24/7 Sports Bar. With pre and post match entertainment, cheerleaders and live music it’ll be almost like the real thing. There’ll be drink specials to keep you limber while shouting for your team and there’s even a trip to the U S of A up for grabs. Game day festivities start from 10am.
Harrys will be totally decked out in NFL regalia, with loads of TVs screening the game. During the match you can get around $10 pulled beef nachoes, $10 buttermilk fried chicken and beef burgers. Refreshments include $5 Coors tinnies, $16 buckets of Coors and $14 moonshine milkshakes.
The Hard Rock will be open early especially for Super Bowl on Monday from 9am. They'll be screening pre-match commentary before the big game on the giant screen, plus there'll be two projectors and 18 screens. Prep your nerves with hot dogs, nachos and chilli cheese fries, $25 buckets of Bud and Corona and $12 Bloody Mary’s.
The Lady Hamp will be swinging the pub doors open early at 9am for some feasting and football. The game starts at 10.30am and you can enjoy $6 Coors tinnies and $10 baskets of Buffalo wings, alongside a $12 lunch specials. If you've got a crew make sure you call ahead to book a table.
Whether you’re in it for the men on the field or the ludicrous halftime entertainment, there’s few better places in Sydney to watch the 52nd installment of this great American tradition. Settle in from 10.30am with a $15 beer and wings special and buckets of Budweiser for $25.
Score a spot at the Bucket List from 10am on match day. In keeping with the theme there’ll be $10 Buffalo hot wings and beef brisket rolls on offer to help keep you energised and $20 Super Dry pitchers. Cheer on your team and celebrate, or commiserate, with a post-game swim.
The Brigade will swing open its doors from 10am and screen the game on massive 103″ plasmas. There will also be $20 Bud buckets, $7.50 Budweisers and $10 Bloody Mary’s. You can reserve the lounge with a private screen for 12-15 people if you want to party it up with your mates.
See all the action in HD on a 100” screen at Dee Why Hotel. To get you match fit there’ll be breakfast burgers as well as American food served all day, including Buffalo wings, nachos, and hot dogs. There will also be $20 Bud buckets and $6 Bud singles. Doors open from a very spritely 8am so there’ll be plenty of time to warm up before the main event.