Still unsure of where to watch the Super Bowl in Houston? While many prefer to watch the game in the comfort of their home, some of you may be looking to join other fans this Sunday -- and Houston has plenty of options to offer. We’ve gathered and handful of top options, from sports bars to breweries, to help you decide.
8th Wonder Brewery, one of Houston’s many craft breweries, has been celebrating all week for Super Bowl LI. On Sunday, it’ll host Wonder Bowl, a free event that’s sure to pack in some fun. Fans can enjoy food and beer, including some specialty brews only available that day. Plus you can catch the game in one of eight TVs inside or on the gigantic outdoor screen. Doors open at 11 a.m.
Houston Texans Grille, the 11,000 square feet, NFL-licensed restaurant in City Centre, has close to 70 high-definition TVs, a covered patio and lounge seating. For Super Bowl Sunday, they’re offering an All-You-Can-Eat buffet that includes queso and salsa, mini burgers, chicken wings, chicken fajitas and more for $49.99. Make sure to book your table online to guarantee your spot.
With locations in Downtown, the Energy Corridor, Midtown and the Heights, you can choose the Christian’s Tailgate that’s closest to you. Popular among sports lovers, the bar offers a casual atmosphere, a solid selection of local beers on tap, award-winning burgers, and plenty of TVs.
The 2,000-square-foot Axelrad Beer Garden in Midtown has been hosting a series of free concerts leading up to the big game. It’s also hosting an art installation showcasing local talent but on game day you can watch the Patriots take on the Falcons on the beer garden’s multiple projection screens while enjoying cold local brews.
Though each of Little Woodrow’s seven locations is different, you can count on a great patio, good drinks, and plenty of TVs to watch the game at any of them. Some locations will be hosting DJs and bands leading up to Sunday as well.