Super Bowl 50 - Where to Watch, What to Eat & Drink and More!

Not that the Super Bowl needed anything else to make it bigger, but 50 years after a modest beginning at the Los Angeles Coliseum, the golden anniversary is upon us. If you can't make it to San Francisco to watch Carolina battle Denver in person, Splash Magazines Worldwide has plenty of tips for you to enjoy the game wherever you are.

We are going to start off by giving you an early look at what will be one of the commercials that will be talked about long after the Super Bowl. Shock Top’s big debut at the Super Bowl kicks off the brand’s 2016 “Live Life Unfiltered” campaign comedian T.J. Miller. “Unfiltered Talk,” features the hilarious T.J. and Shock Top’s Wedgehead facing off with unfiltered jokes, puns, gibes and more. 

Enjoy the latest from Redd’s Apple Ale as they are Redd’s Cranberry Ale in February in time for the Super Bowl. A unique flavor that provides a crisp and refreshing drink that will please any cranberry fan. Redd's will follow this up with Redd's Blueberry Ale in April and Redd’s Ginger Apple in September. 

Saint Marc Pub – Café, Bakery & Cheese Affinage, which opened two months ago within the Pacific City Marketplace in Huntington Beach, will be hosting a great viewing, tasting and drinking experience to enjoy Super Bowl 50. Saint Marc serves both fine dining (think: ahi tuna cooked on salt rocks) and casual fare (think: grilled cheese, southern grits and a specialty “bacon bar”) in a welcoming atmosphere that feels like home…but better.

Saint Marc offers the following and much more!

•Six 70-inch flat screen TVs ensure prime viewing for all.
•Tableside iPads allow for on-demand ordering – no need for distractions; just enjoy the game, the food, the drink and the company!
•Delicious hors d’oeuvres and main dishes such as Avocado Crostinis, Swedish Meatballs, Deviled Eggs, Greek Fried Chicken and signature side-by-side salads.
•Classic cocktails served in Red SOLO® Cups, 32 wines on draught and 32 canned craft beers.
•Family- and pet-friendly environment.

Los Angeles hotspot Rock & Reilly’s is gearing up for another unrivaled Super Bowl event with food, booze and world-class service. The Sunset Strip bar will become a giant luxury skybox where you can take in more than a dozen flatscreen TVs and enjoy specials including Coors Light Broncos Buckets for only $25 and Panther Punch shots for $3. Football lovers will feel right at home while watching the big game at the infamous Rock & Reilly’s viewing party and enjoying popular menu items including Carolina style pulled pork sliders, Manning Mac & Cheese and more

Rock & Reilly's



For a more relaxed environment, guests can head upstairs to Pearl’s rooftop or next door to Bar 53 where the two hotspots are joining forces to create an unforgettable Sunday brunch/game day experience. With special including Oysters by the dozen for $24 and Prosecco for only $5, brunch has never seemed so great! The two-story patio at Pearl’s will also have footballs to toss around in the garden while taking in the big game and breathtaking views of Los Angeles.

Bar Fifty Three

Pearl's Rooftop

Other than being at the game itself, Las Vegas is the best option possible. There are so many viewing options and parties that whatever you are looking for, you can find it in Las Vegas. We have put together a list of some of the best spots to take in the big game.

Red Rock Video Wall

The Red Rock Resort & Casino 206-seat race and sports book is home to a 96-foot video wall to enjoy the Super Bowl. This is not just any giant screen to watch games, it is the elite of all sports viewing, possibly anywhere in the United States. In August 2015 the Red Rock sports book added new 2.5MM Nanoslim Engage LED displays, which are the largest ones of their kind ever installed in North America. This ultra high-definition experience provides you a better picture than you will find anywhere, and the Red Rock gives you nearly 32 yards of wall-to-wall race and sports book brilliance. Red Rock is also home to SportsConnection, which allows you to wager right from your phone.

Super Bowl 50 MVP Odds (Courtesy Station Casinos)

Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas will culminate its week-long grand opening celebration with a Big Game tailgate party from 2:30 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7. Grand opening activities will begin on Saturday, Jan. 30 when the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales lead a procession down Las Vegas Boulevard to the Beer Park entrance for the inaugural toast.

Beer Park by Budweiser

Overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, the rooftop venue will offer top-notch views of the game from dozens of televisions and projection screens. Unlimited game day fare will include chile verde nachos, hot dogs, bratwurst, soft pretzels, chips and salsa, onion dip, guacamole, pork rinds and more. Guests will also receive access to an open bar featuring Budweiser, additional domestic beers, and a variety of well cocktails.

Individual tickets are available starting at $175, which includes bottomless selections from Beer Park’s tailgate menu and the open bar.

VIP package options include:

  • “Level 1,” with a table for four guests, priced at $700
  • “Level 2,” priced at $1,050 for six guests
  • “Level 3,” priced at $1,400 for eight guests  

Each additional guest will be charged $175 to join a VIP table. Individual tickets and ticket packages are subject to tax, services fees and gratuity.

Tickets to Beer Park’s tailgate celebration may be purchased through Eventbrite, and reservations may be made by calling 702.444.4500. Beer Park by Budweiser is owned and operated by Beer Park, LLC (not by Anheuser-Busch).

The Range 702 is giving football fans an alternative option to bars and sports books for “The Big Game” with their all-inclusive VIP suite. Creating the ultimate viewing party, the room features enough space for up to 30 people and includes three 70-inch TVs, surround sound, plush-leather couches, full food service plus a four-lane private shooting range. VIP shuttle service is also available.

Guests can enjoy nine different shooting experiences featuring sixteen different full-automatic options, four semi-automatic guns and nine pistols. Groups can reserve the VIP room by calling 702.425.1552.

The Range 702

Carmine’s in The Forum Shops at Caesars
· $85 (plus tax and gratuity) buffet with penne alla vodka, scarpariello wings, chicken parm and more
· $150 (plus tax and gratuity) buffet and premium open bar for the entire game
· $200 (plus tax and gratuity) VIP package with special buffet featuring a carving station, fresh seafood and the premium open bar and more
· Reservations: (702) 473-9700

Hussong’s Cantina at Mandalay Place & Boca Park
· $100 (plus tax and gratuity) at Mandalay Place with a taco bar, chicken wings, nacho bar and more
· $60 (plus tax and gratuity) at Boca Park buffet featuring a taco bar, chicken wings and more as well as unlimited drink drafts and original margaritas
· Also included are gift bags, giveaways and game day raffles
· Reservations: (702) 632-6450 for Mandalay Place and (702) 778-2160 for Boca Park

Slice of Vegas at Mandalay Place
· $100 (plus tax and gratuity) buffet with meatball sliders, baked ziti, chicken wings, garlic parm and more as well as a selection of unlimited drafts with shot specials every quarter of the game
· Also included are raffles and giveaways
· Reservations: (702) 632-6470

Q Bowl at Marquee
Marquee’s annual Q Bowl Big Game Viewing Party returns on Sunday, February 7 and is sponsored by Lyft and Bud Light. Watch "The Big Game" on the main room’s 40-foot LED screen and The Dome’s marquee screens.
• $125 General admission with open bar from 2-5 PM and buffet featuring a salt crusted filet mignon carving station, honey BBQ riblets, truffle mac and cheese, herb crusted lamp chops and more
• $65 General admission with open bar from 2-5 PM only
• $65 General admission for buffet only
• Tickets: http://dayclub.marqueelasvegas.com/event.cfm?cart&id=159665&key=

TAO Bowl
· $135 General admission with open bar from 2-5 PM and buffet featuring spicy BBQ spare ribs, salt and pepper shrimp, orange chicken, pork belly fried rice and more
· $75 General admission with open bar from 2-5 PM only
· $75 General admission for buffet only
· Tickets: http://bit.ly/1OLUlDD

LAVO Bowl
· $145 General admission with open bar from 2-5 PM featuring spicy scarpariello chicken wings, grilled baby lamb chops, Kobe meatballs, endless shrimp cocktail bowl and more
· $85 General admission with open bar from 2-5 PM only
· $85 General admission for buffet only
· Tickets: http://bit.ly/1R9YuI9

Two great options to watch the big game at the SLS include; The BIG GAME Bash at Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book and The BIG GAME Viewing Party at The Sayers Club®. On the day of the big game football fans are invited to watch at Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book during The BIG GAME Bash, a special viewing party featuring more than 50 flat screen TVs, a giant video wall, an open bar, free gifts and delicious game-day fare. Open bar tickets are now on sale starting at $75 per person. Table packages, which include open bar and food credit, are also on sale starting at $100 per person. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.slsvegas.com/umamiburger. The Sayers Club opens at 2:30 p.m., inviting football fans to watch the Big Game at one of the most exciting venues overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. The party will feature an open bar from 3 to 5 p.m. Open bar tickets are now on sale starting at $60 per person. VIP packages, which include table seating, beverages and delicious game-day fare from 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria, are also on sale starting at $1,000. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.thesayersclublv.com.

Bally's Las Vegas Sports Book allows you to make wagers on the Big Game from the luxury of reserved seating at a four-top table or an individual, “classroom”-style seat. Tables are available with a $100 minimum spend, while seats range from $20 to $50 and include up to three comped drinks. Reservations can be made via email or by calling 702-523-7430.

Caesars Palace Race and Sports Book is offering a tailgate-style buffet, plus all-you-can-drink wine, beer and spirits for $500 per person—with the game displayed on giant screens.

The private dining room at Bacchanal Buffet will be serving gourmet, all-you-can-eat options from one of the best buffet in Las Vegas (as well as bottomless draft beer selections) for $250 per person (parties of 10 or more people can receive discounts).

The Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, is goign to set up a tailgate-style food buffet with assorted snack baskets and buckets of beer on every table. Reservations start at $200 per person and include unlimited drinks. Call 702-731-7410 to reserve a seat.

Planet Hollywood restaurant and bar inside the Forum Shops is also throwing a pigskin party on Super Sunday, with an open bar of draft beer and house wines, half-time buffet stations and reserved seating for optimal football viewing. Call 702-791-7827 (ext. 4047) for reservations.

Le Burger Brasserie is offering all-you-can-eat food, well drinks and MillerCoors products for $125. The buffet menu is packed with creative takes on classic comfort food, including sandwiches, Southern-style barbecue fare, and a chicken wing bar with three different sauce options.

Rampart Casino at the Resort at Summerlin will be hosting the Big Game Super Party. The Party Starts at 2 p.m. Wristbands are $59 ($49 with a Resort Rewards Card) and available to purchase from the casino cashier from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on gameday (no presale available). The party includes: Unlimited access to stadium-style casino-wide food and beverage stations at the Rampart Buffet, Grand Ballroom and Valencia Ballroom and a free commemorative T-shirt.

Super Bowl Sunday is a day to have fun and enjoy yourself beginning with food and a few adult beverages. There is nothing more fun than the recently launched Henry’s Hard Soda. This will take you back to your younger years with these hard sodas that are made delicious with real cane sugar. No one could turn down Henry’s Hard Orange Soda that gives you that great citrus flavor and then with the resurgence of ginger you can offer up Henry’s Hard Ginger Ale for a little more refreshing drink. Both have 4.2 percent alcohol by volume and I would suggest getting enough for everyone as these are likely to be the most popular drink at your party.

For more information visit: Henry's Hard Soda

Henry's Hard Soda

 

 

 

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