Best Places To Watch Super Bowl 50 In St. Louis

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Super Bowl 50 takes place on Sunday, February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California at Levi’s Stadium. Peyton Manning will lead his Denver Broncos against Cam Newton and his Carolina Panthers. Wondering where you can watch the game other than at home on your couch? Here are some of our top suggestions on where to watch Super Bowl 50 around St. Louis.

Where to watch Super Bowl 50 in St. Louis

Ballpark Village: Watching the game at Fox Sports Midwest Live! inside Ballpark Village in downtown St. Louis will definitely offer the biggest Super Bowl viewing experience with a 1200 square foot tv wall. Tickets for the Big Game Bash are $10 for general access and $35 for access inside as well as a premium well drink package. Drink service begins one hour before the game and ends at the conclusion of the third quarter.

Table reservations are also available at the party. 4,6,8 and 10 top tables are available. Reservations are $40 per seat and include the premium well drink package as well as between 20-50 wings for your table, depending on table size.

All fans in attendance will receive a complimentary rally towel.

The Biergarten at Anheuser-Busch: 105.7 The Point’s Rizzuto Show is again having their Bud Light Super Bowl Party at The Biergarten at Anheuser-Busch in Soulard. Tickets are not available for purchase to the party. The only way to get a ticket is to win some. They will be giving away a six-pack of tickets every day until February 4th. You can enter once a day here. The party will feature plenty of food and Bud Light as well as prizes, including  a “GIANT flat screen TV” given away at halftime.

The Post Sports Bar and Grill: The Post, in Maplewood, will be offering a variety of specials throughout the game.

Flannery’s: Flannery’s on Washington Avenue will be offering a variety of specials during the game. Among them, $25 Bud Light and Coors 100 oz towers, $15 domestic buckets and $4 Super Now shots during the game.

Just John: Just John in The Grove will again be hosting their annual SuperBowl Party this year.  The party starts at 5: 30 pm and will feature $3 Bud Light and Bud Select bottles, $4 Jager shots, attendance prizes, and free food at halftime. The establishment has plenty of high-definition televisions and ample seating, but if you’d like to make a reservation, you can do that through their Facebook page.

Rich’s Place in St. Charles: Opens at noon. Bring your favorite Super Bowl snack. There will be also food and drink specials.

The Wheelhouse: The Wheelhouse Downtown will be offering a $20 bottomless beer special that lasts from 6 pm to the end of the game. There will also be a Squares competition and bags tournament with prizes.

Big Daddy’s: The Laclede’s Landing location will be hosting the Big Bowl 50 Watch Party. A $30 ticket includes unlimited beer, wine, call, premium and energy drinks (no shots) starting half hour before kick off until the end of the game. In addition, they will have a custom nacho and hot dog bar from the 2nd to 4th quarter. Big Daddy’s has two 10 ft projector screens with surround sound. There will be tons of giveaways, contests, and DJ Flyin’ Brian will start the post-game party. The Soulard location will also be offering a $30 ticket that includes an open bar as well as a sandwich or an appetizer.

Know of another great establishment offering a great atmosphere to watch Super Bowl 50 in St. Louis? Drop us a comment below.

 

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