Football fans from around the country are eagerly anticipating Super Bowl Sunday happening on February 5th. Whether your team survived the season or never even made the playoffs, you can still enjoy the big game at one of these top spots in Austin and Round Rock.
1816 E 6th St
Whisler's offers one of the nicest patio scenes in Austin and hosts one of the best Super Bowl parties in town. With the spring-like temperatures we've been experiencing lately, watching the game on Whisler's patio with a craft beer or Bloody Mary in hand will be hard to beat. In addition to the complimentary Super Bowl spread, their menu at Thai Khun will feature several Super Bowl specials. The festivities kick off at 5:30 p.m., so get there early to score a premium seat on the patio.
2. Craftsman's Second Annual SOUPer Bowl Party
2000 E Cesar Chavez St
Austin has one of the best craft brewery scenes in the country, and several of these breweries will gather at Craftsman on Super Bowl Sunday for the annual SOUPer Bowl party. Each brewery will be tasked with making a soup, stew, gumbo or chili using one of their beers. Patrons are invited to join in on the fun and taste for free. The party starts at 5 p.m. with several TVs for viewing the game, and Craftsman will offer a number of great drink specials to quench your thirst.
3. Star Bar
600 W 6th St
Star Bar is the original West 6th Street bar and has been a favorite local gathering spot for Austin residents since 1994. Considering that Star Bar has the NFL Sunday Ticket package, this is a popular place to watch football games (especially if you're a Packers fan) and throw back a few cocktails. Star Bar's famous Hail Mary is sure to help your team pull off a win.
4. The Rock Sports Bar
114 E Main St
Round Rock, TX
This traditional American sports bar is filled with TVs, so you're bound to catch a good view of the game no matter where you are in the bar. The drink prices are reasonable for downtown Round Rock, and the menu offers a wide selection of food to satisfy your cravings. Favorites on the menu include the Dragon Burger, mac and cheese, and chicken fried chicken.
5. The Brass Tap
204 E Main St
Round Rock, TX
This pub offers one of the best patios in Round Rock, which pairs well with the wide variety of draft beers on tap. There are a number of TVs tuned into sports throughout the bar, making it the perfect spot to catch the Super Bowl while sipping on a finely crafted beer such as Community Snickerdoodle Ale or Founders Lizard of Koz.
What are your favorite spots near Springs at Lakeline or Springs at Round Rock to catch the Super Bowl?