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Where To Watch Super Bowl LIV in Dallas

It's 2020. Go for the commercials and stay for the snacks.

Three Links has its third annual Super Chili Bowl on Sunday starting at 3 p.m. You can register to compete in the cook-off at the door, or just enjoy the fruits of other people’s labor. There will be live music from Matt Hillyer of Eleven Hundred Springs. 

Hero, the giant sports bar in Victory Park, is teaming up with Bumble for a Super Bowl Tailgate party starting at 4 p.m. There will be drink specials, samples, and chances to win Bumble swag bags. 

The Bomb Factory has what might be the biggest Super Bowl Watch Party in town hosted by The Ticket. It’s free, plus there will be food and drink specials, and giveaways. Doors open at 4 p.m. 

The Network Bar is opening its members-only facilities to the public for a free Super Bowl Watch Party starting at 3:30 p.m. 

Dallas Proper, the Knox-Henderson cocktail lounge, knows that the, ahem, proper way to watch the game is with a smorgasbord of food. That’s why there will be a buffet ($18 per person) with a build-your-own taco station with carne asada, ancho chicken, and all of the usual fixings; crispy fried chicken sliders, and whole football field’s worth of other offerings ($4 beers, $5 wells, $10 special cocktails). The main catch? Seats are by reservation only

Heroes Lounge has the Ultimate Super Bowl Watch Party starting at 2 p.m. There will be $3 wells all day, a full food menu, and live reggae after the game. There’s no cover. 

Bulla Gastrobar, Plano’s Spanish-esque pub, is tackling the big game on Sunday with draft beers (50 percent off all day), the signature Coca margarita which is four bucks off, and the Bulla burger is $10, plus the whole happy hour menu is extended past its usual 7 p.m. curfew.

Gas Monkey Live has the Big Game Watch Party starting at 4 p.m. You’ll want to arrive before 5 p.m. to avoid a $5 cover fee. DJs will be playing tunes throughout the night as well.

Perle on Maple will bring the big Bs: burgers, bloody marys, and brews. The key makings of an on-pointe Super Bowl watch party. The Stoneleigh Burger comes with bacon, caramelized onions, and pepper jack cheese, a side of french fries, and a bloody mary—customize it to heart’s desire at the bloody mary bar—or go for a draft beer, all for $12. What else: a full bar, plenty of seating, a bounty of TVs, and no cover.

Texas Live! in Arlington is taking advantage of its 100-foot screen for the Big Game Bash on Sunday. There will be games and giveaways at the free event.

Westlake Brewing Company in Deep Ellum is bringing in a giant LED truck for its Super Bowl Watch Party. They’ll also have BBQ available. Tickets are free; RSVP is requested. 

Twin Peaks, the aggressively masculine breastaurant and sports bar in Mockingbird Station, is hosting a big ol’ party from 11 to 11 with large format platters—dozens of wings, Thai ribs, pork rinds—and lots of beer, naturally.

If you want to enjoy a satisfying Super Bowl snack spread without having to make football-shaped cheese balls or whatever, check out Checkered Past Winery’s Big Game Watch Party. They’ll have a game day buffet, drink specials, and prizes. General admission is $25 and includes the buffet. 

Legacy Hall is a solid choice for a Big Game Watch Party. The food has a 24-foot LED TV, a ton of food options, a face paint station, games, and a pre-game happy hour. The event is free to attend. 

Scout at The Statler is having $5 wells, half-priced wine, food specials and free bar games during its Super Bowl LIV Watch Party. Doors open at 4 p.m. 


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