Where to watch the Super Bowl in Tampa Bay

The Bucs may not be in the final, but we can still indulge in a little party.

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Text the group chat now.

Photo by @dogbarstpete

Let’s be honest. It’s been a rough season for the Bucs, between losing the playoffs to the Cowboys and Mr. Brady just last week. So we’re ready for a little party, Tampa Bay style. Because unlike KC or Philly, we can watch the big game outdoors (without a puffer). Booyah, KCToday.

Here’s a few options for watching the faceoff next Sunday, Feb. 12 that will excite both football analysts and the social chairs of the group.

🏈 Have you checked out Pour House at Grand Central? Now’s the time. The Downtown Tampa spot is hosting a Super Bowl Chili Cookoff. Tickets are $10 to taste and $20 to compete.
🏈 Start the party a little early with a bar crawl. Pop on your jersey of choice and head over to Yard Ale to start the St. Pete Bar Crawl. Then, watch the game with your new friends.
🏈 Celebrate the occasion with a little competitive cornhole at the Blind Goat. Stop by for the tournament, live music, food, and of course, SBLVII viewing. Buy tickets online.
🏈 Perhaps the only competition steeper than the big game is The Dog Bar’s Woofbowl Puppy Bowl. Sign up your pup, or show up for a drink to catch the puppy + Super Bowl action.
🏈 South Tampa’s Press Box is a top-notch place to catch the game. The neighborhood joint’s walls are coated with TVs, and the menu has everything from wings and burgers to sandwiches and wraps.
🏈 Looking to get in on the action sans alcohol? The Cosmic Fish Shop & Cava bar is hosting a Sober Super Bowl Watch Party where you can do just that. Plus, your ticket gets you wings and pizza.
Did we miss your signature Super Bowl spot? Let us know.

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