Whether you're cheering for New England, Atlanta, or just hoping for an exciting game, there's plenty of Super Bowl action at local sports bars. Join other fans at one of these great spots near Springs at Apple Valley and Springs at Egan Drive.
The Valley Tap House's roomy seating area and rustic feel create the perfect ambiance for football watching. Customers rave about the chicken wings, which are a staple of a top-notch sports bar, as well as the pit beef sandwiches and house-made French fries. Pair your food choice with one of the dozens of beers on tap. Sunday hours are 11 a.m. until 2 a.m.
With its classic furnishings and traditional menu dishes, CP describes itself as a "nouveau urban pub." The big-screen TVs surrounding the room mean there's not a bad seat in the house. CP's beer list includes 32 varieties on tap, many of which are top local and regional craft brands. Enjoy the game over a pub favorite like shepherd's pie or a Twin Cities specialty like tater tot hot dish. CP is open on Sundays from 10 a.m. until midnight.
Buffalo Tap's scenic location overlooking the Credit River, along with its natural stone fireplace combine for a cozy, intimate feel. Watch the game on one of 30 big-screen TVs, then challenge your friends to a game on XBOX 360 during halftime. Order their famous chicken wings by the bucket or try a Juicy Lucy made with beef, bison, elk or all three! Sunday hours at Buffalo Tap are 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.
Looking for a family-friendly spot for your Super Bowl viewing? Tin Shed has a game room full of pinball machines, arcade games and other options to keep the kids entertained. In the meantime, watch the game on one of 20 flat-screen TVs over pizza, burgers, nachos or one of the other delicious choices on the extensive menu. Tin Shed is open from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. on Sundays.
Is there anyone who doesn't love pizza? The Sun Current rated Carbone's as the #1 sports bar, beer bar and pizza place. Carbone's is the descendent of a small Italian grocery in St. Paul, and the first pizzeria was opened by Nana Carbone and her two sons in 1954. Special pricing on pitchers and buckets of domestic beer is available all day. Sunday hours are 11 a.m. until midnight.
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