Super Bowl Sports Bar Bonanza

by | Dec 21, 2017

More than 1 million visitors will be coming to Minneapolis and St. Paul for Super Bowl LII and all of its festivities, but the majority of fans will not be watching the game at U.S. Bank Stadium. For those without a ticket, a myriad of stools, booths and tables at sports bars across the Twin Cities offer a front row seat to the action.

8th Street Grill

Known for being a Packers bar, 8th Street Grill is no amateur when it comes to hosting rowdy Sunday crowds. With a bevy of taps and food options, the only thing that might be tough to find is a seat. 8thstreetgrillmn.com

Alary’s Bar

Dubbed “St. Paul’s Original Sports Bar,” Alary’s was started by Al Baisi, the same Al Baisi who played for the Chicago Bears in the 1940s. And even though Al has passed on, his spirit lives on every Sunday. alarys.com

Erik the Red

Order up braised short ribs, barbecue salmon fillets and more with
the finest Midwest brew at this indoor tailgating party. The best part? You're right across the street from U.S. Bank Stadium. Be sure to check out their sister bar, Devil’s Advocate, at Super Bowl Live presented by Verizon. eriktheredbar.com; devilsadvocatebar.com

Joe and Stan’s Pub & Grill

Large portions of great food at low prices equals a happy sports fan whether their team wins. Add some large screens and comfy booths on top of that, and game day just got better. joeandstans.com

Lyon’s Pub

A dedicated sports bar downtown Minneapolis, Lyon’s Pub is literally surrounded by all things professional Minnesota sports. Slide into a booth, order an award-winning burger and wash it down with any of their rotating taps. lyonspub.com

Mac’s Industrial Sports Bar

Lauded for their service, food and brew list, this Northeast Minneapolis pub has the atmosphere and TVs needed for any game day. macsindustrial.com

Obb’s Sports Bar & Grill

“If it’s sports, it’s on at Obb’s.” This St. Paul joint has been a mainstay in the community for more than 50 years and features 19 HD TVs for 19 times the celebration or 19 times the heartbreak. obbsbar.com

The Pourhouse

Featuring a 25-foot HD projection screen, 50 TVs and a menu ripe with game day staples, this sports hotspot is so big it might make you feel as if you were at U.S. Bank Stadium. thepourhousempls.com

Sneaky Pete’s

A battalion of 55 TVs to ensure you catch every second of the game? Check. Three bars and a VIP lounge? Check. And the clincher: a dance floor to celebrate the Super Bowl all night long? You bet. ultimatefunbar.com

Tiffany Sports Lounge

A haven for the Packers and Kansas Jayhawks faithful (although all are welcome), Tiffany Sports Lounge features a large bar and plenty of seating to see their many TVs. tiffanysportslounge.com

8th Street Grill

Alary’s Bar

Erik the Red

Joe and Stan’s Pub & Grill

Lyon’s Pub

Mac’s Industrial Sports Bar

Obb’s Sports Bar & Grill

The Pourhouse

Sneaky Pete’s

Tiffany Sports Lounge

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