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Super Bowl at The Star
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Where to watch the Super Bowl in Sydney

The best excuse to take Monday off

By Time Out editors
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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 Los Angeles Rams on Monday Feb 4, accompanied by some American snacks, morning beers (it's nighttime in the USA) and a half-time show care of Maroon 5 and friends.

Just after a drink? Try one of Sydney's 50 best bars.

NFL not yoru sport? Find your game at Sydney's best sports bars. 

Where to watch the Super Bowl in Sydney 2018

1. Erskineville Hotel

Bars Erskineville

Hut...hut...hike! Huddle in at the Erko for a pre-game fix of Yankie snacks: Super Bowl cheeseburgers with queso pour over, Coke wings, and queso and corn chips. There will also be $6 Budweisers and Bud merch giveaways to help get you, if not your team, over the line. To book a table call 02 9565 1608.

 

2. The Chippo Hotel

Bars Chippendale

The Chippo Hotel is running their famous ticketed event for the Super Bowl in 2019. This year tickets are $99pp and include Budweiser on tap from kick-off to full time (within RSA limits), unlimited chicken wings (excellent), and a burger and fries at half time when Maroon 5 are playing the pop hits. You have to book, and this is a popular party every year so email hello@thechippohotel.com.au.

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3. Manly Wharf Hotel

Bars Manly

They will be screening the 2019 Pats vs Rams Super Bowl on no less than six TV’s throughout Manly Wharf Hotel. There will be a special $10 snack menu for the day, including loaded wedges; Philly cheese steaks; and wings with blue cheese ranch and Frank’s hot sauce. Budweisers are $30 for a bucket of four for that extra taste of the US of A.

4. 24/7 Sports Bar

Bars Darling Harbour

Immerse yourself in the action at the Star’s dedicated 24/7 Sports Bar. With pre and post match entertainment, a roaming band, and cheerleaders it’ll be almost like the real thing. There’ll be drink specials to keep you limber while shouting for your team, hot dog eating competitions, and there’s major prizes up for grabs. Game day festivities start from 10am.

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5. Bondi Beach Public Bar

Bars Pub dining Bondi Beach

They take their NFL watching snacks very seriously at BBPB. This year's Super Bowl party will be catered with five 'Super Bowls' like Cali-style spicy fish tacos, a cheeseburger squish and fries, smoked pork mac'n'cheese, or Buffalina wings. They even do a pie with mash and gravy. Add a conveniently long sports telecast, cheap tinnies and American cocktails and your Monday hijinks are sorted. Email events@bbpb.com.au  or call 9132 5777 for reservations.

 

at The Australian Heritage Hotel
Photograph: Daniel Boud

6. The Australian Heritage Hotel

Bars The Rocks

Checklist for Super Bowl LIII. $30 tinnie buckets? Check. $10 wings? Check. Big screens with the commentary turned up from 10,30am? Check. All that's left is to get down to the Australian Heritage Hotel in the Rocks on Monday Feb 4. 

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7. Harpoon Harry

Bars Surry Hills

It's a two-level Supr Bowl party on Monday Feb 4 at Harpoon Harry. You can eat pulled beef nachos, loaded guacamole, three cheese sauce chip'n'burger dip, mac 'n' cheese and fried chicken burgers. Drinks include Coors tinnies for $6 and $20 buckets of beer. The best play is to book a spot by emailing email events@hotelharry.com.au or calling 8262 8800.

8. York 75

Bars Sydney

This classic sports bar is getting into Super Bowl spirit with the screen on all it's twenty screens (two of which are in 3D). Heck, you can even aim for the private booths that seat up to eight with personal LED screens. The menu included ribs and burgers, meal deals with a beer and $16 jugs of Super Dry. 

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9. The Marlborough Hotel

Bars Newtown

The Marly is hosting a Super Bowl party on Feb 4 that will be catered with 50c chicken wings, Budweiser by the bucket, and merch giveaways. Doors open at 9am, and you can book a table to ensure you get a spot. To book email call 02 9519 1222 or res.marlborough@solotel.com.au.

10. Regent Hotel

Bars Kingsford

While you watch Brady in his ninth (Ninth!) Super Bowl, you can kep the tanks full with $1.50 wings and $6 Budweiser schooners
at the Regent Hotel in Kingsford. Doors open at 9am for the special screening and you'll want to get in early to ensure you get a good spot in full view of the flat screens.

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11. Glenmore Hotel

Bars The Rocks

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 53rd installment of this great American tradition. Settle in from 10.30am, secure in the knowledge that you booked a $50 table in advance, which comes with a bucket of  Buds and a kilo of wings. Minimum bookings are for four, max for ten.

12. The Bank Hotel

Bars Newtown

The Bank Hotel in Newtown is showing the Super Bowl LIII on four screens and will have $5 Lagunitas IPAs available, plus Lucky 13 Imperial red ale, marinated pulled pork, and hot dogs.

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13. Royal Hotel - Paddington

Bars Paddington

This Paddington watering hole will be serving complimentary hot wings with your breakfast Budweiser between 9am and 10am for early football fans. Later on $15 American chilli dogs, chilli wings, and beers are the order of the day. 

 

14. Coogee Bay Hotel

Bars Coogee
To save you having to get up early to secure prime spots for viewing Super Bowl VIII at the Coogee Bay, this year you can book tickets to ensure you'll have a spot, plus a bucket of Budweiser and American snack share plates, which are included in your ticket price. The televised action kicks off at 10am and will be hosted by former NFL player Colin Scotts. 

 

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15. Kings Cross Hotel

Bars Potts Point

All those backpackers who don't have work on Monday can head to the Kings Cross Hotel on Feb 4 for the clash of the Pats vs Rams. Doors and kitchen open at 10am on the dot, and you can get four Budweisers for $20 and $10 hot dogs to keep you fed and watered throughout the game (it's a marathon, not a horse race).

 

16. Palings Kitchen and Bar

Restaurants Sydney

Pretend you have a mid-morning meeting so you can pop by Palings from 10am on Super Bowl Monday. If you're willing to take th eday off they even have private booths like it's a Saturday night at the Ivy, plus they've added extra screens for easy viewing. 

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