The Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots last faced off in October 2012. (photo: George Holland/Cal Sport Media/Newscom)

Where to Watch Super Bowl XLIX in Dallas

America’s chief “Sunday Funday” is right around the corner.

America’s chief “Sunday Funday” is right around the corner. Where will you watch the Seahawks defend their reigning Super Bowl title against the New England Patriots? No matter which team you’re rooting for, we’ve rounded up where you can catch the game and some serious specials too:

The watering hole: Our Top Picks

The watering hole: The Pour House
What’s happening: Gamble and feel good about it: One hundred percent of what you spend on Super Bowl Squares goes directly to Jonathon’s Place charity. This venue will also be touting two large two-topping pizzas for $39.95 all day long.

The watering hole: Fox and Hound
What’s happening: Seahawks fans, this one’s for you. Watch the game with $3 blue and green Skittles shots, $10 buckets of Miller or Coors Light, $4 Fireball, and buy-one-get-one-free to-go wings.

The watering hole: Henderson Tap House
What’s happening: Claim a spot for your group at the official home of the Cowboys using the discount codes PATS, HAWKS or LOYAL (for you die-hard Cowboys fans). Table packages include wings, pizza, and pitchers of beer that vary depending on how many people will join in the fun.

The watering hole: The Social House
What’s happening: Enjoy $6 Kruto vodka, $3 domestic drafts, and $2 off house specialty entrees in the easygoing environment. This joint also has 100 taps of beer, including local craft selections, domestics, and several unexpected ales.

The watering hole: The Nodding Donkey
What’s happening: Think bar food, but better, Donkey fans rave about the brisket grilled cheese. This Sunday, pair it with $16 buckets of Bud Light and sporadic ten-minute shot specials. There’s also giant Jenga, Connect 4, and beer pong to warm you up before you watch the big game.

The watering hole: Capitol Pub
What’s happening: What says Game Day more than $4 Deep Eddy Vodkas, half-priced pizzas, $2 corn dogs and fried Shepherd’s Pie bites all day long?

Photo via Flickr user Kate Borkowski.
Photo via Flickr user Kate Borkowski.
Bret Redman

The watering hole: Barcadia
What’s happening: Pre-game with brunch until 3 pm, scarf mid-game half- off hotdogs and burgers, and play arcade games as you excitedly await the kickoff. Drink specials will include buckets of beer—$12 for domestic drafts, $15 for Mexican drafts—and $5 “You Call Its” (Crown and down).

The watering hole: Greenville Bar and Grill
What’s happening: Weather permitting, hangout on the rooftop or the freshly renovated mezzanine level before the game. Specials include $11 pitchers of Miller and Coors and a twenty percent off game-day menu featuring a famous pulled pork sandwich, a fiery buffalo chicken sandwich, and wings.

The watering hole: Stan’s Blue Note
What’s happening: Watch the game sipping on $2.50 domestic bottles, $15 PBR or Lone Star beer towers, $18 Bud Lite or Bud beer towers, and $4 wells. Stan’s regulars love the BBQ-battered chicken finger BLT.

The watering hole: Time Out Tavern
What’s happening: At this relaxed neighborhood place, happy hour lasts all day long. That means free munchies, $1.25 domestic bottles and drafts, dollar-off wells, and 75 cents off everything else.

Photo via Flickr user Mark H. Anbinder.
Photo via Flickr user Mark H. Anbinder.
Bret Redman

More Cool Spots
The watering hole:
Owner’s Box – Omni Dallas Hotel
What’s happening: Reserve your spot at this sports lover’s mecca. You’ll catch all the action on a 16-foot screen and 70 surrounding TVs and enjoy an authentic, top-notch menu. Seattle fans can look forward to a Seahawks smoked salmon pizza and, loyal Patriots to, what else, New England clam chowder.

The watering hole: End Zone Sports Bar & Grill
What’s happening: Take advantage of special shot prices for every score (you read that correctly), $2.85 wells, $3 domestic drafts and bottles, $10.50 domestic pitchers, $2 all-beef hotdogs, a $20 large pizza and domestic pitcher combo, and more.

The watering hole: The Franchise
What’s happening: Can you say “super nachos?” Wash them down with $3 pints and domestics, $3.75 premiums, and $4.50 mugs. And don’t worry, you’ll be able to hear every call over the nacho crunching—every table has its own personal speaker in addition to the overhead sound.

The watering hole: Whiskey & Rye – Omni Fort Worth Hotel
What’s happening: Catch the game on a ten-by-six foot screen and snag giveaway prizes handed out at every touchdown. Big Game menu specials include a $12 Texas half-pound burger, a $7 Texas cheese steak, a $12 short rib and cheddar sandwich, and over 100 whiskeys to try.

The watering hole: Tailgaters Sports Bar & Grill
What’s happening: Watch 45 TVs (and one big projection screen) while savoring freshly smoked meats, you-choose three-topping flatbreads, and $3 Bloody Mary’s, mimosas, and domestic drafts.

The watering hole: Robson Ranch Wildhorse Grill
What’s happening: For $15, you can feast upon an all-you-can-eat buffet of chips, queso, and salsa; saucy wings; and hot dogs to top with chili, cheese, Fritos, relish and jalapenos.

The watering hole: The Flying Saucer
What’s happening: Beer lovers, come hangout in one of the biggest craft beer bars in the area. Choose from over 100 draft beers and over 150 bottles and sip $3 Texas pints all day long.

The watering hole: Go 4 It Sports Grill
What’s happening: At this local favorite, drinks are a dollar off from doors open to close. Some fresh specialty drinks include a strawberry mojito and a raspberry cooler.

The watering hole: CBD Provisions
What’s happening: If you’re still unconvinced to leave the comfort of your own couch, at least pick up a “Pigskin to Go” between 2 and 4pm. Order the signature Berkshire Pig Head Carnitas which will come with roasted tomatillo salsa, fresh tortilla, a cabbage slaw, and a bag of freshly made Chicarones for $59. Don’t forget the crowd-pleasing Queso Fundito as a side.

Photo via Flickr user Wendy.
Photo via Flickr user Wendy.
Bret Redman



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