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Carla Gomez

Where to Watch Super Bowl 53 In Houston

Eat wings, drink beer, and cheer on your team

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Eat tacos and drink cocktails at Eight Row Flint
| Carla Gomez

Super Bowl Sunday is rapidly approaching, and even though the Houston Texans aren’t appearing in the game, plenty of people across the city are stoked to watch the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 53.

Instead of sitting on the couch and yelling at the television alone, hang out with friends at one of these Houston game day destinations. From barbecue to beer, these spots will make sure that Sunday is awesome, no matter who wins.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Johnny's Gold Brick

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2518 Yale St
Houston, TX 77008
(713) 864-2424
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Get ready to feast at Johnny’s Gold Brick, where beloved Houston restaurant Himalaya will cater a buffet that is totally free for the second year running, and of course, the game will be on.

Johnny's Gold Brick
Johnny's Gold Brick

2. Karbach Brewing Co.

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2032 Karbach St
Houston, TX 77092
(713) 680-2739
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Pay $53 at Karbach Brewing for access to an unlimited spread of food, including the famous “suckling pig feast,” 3 pints, guaranteed seating, service, and gratuity.

3. Eight Row Flint

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1039 Yale St
Houston, TX 77008
(832) 767-4002
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Skip the typical wings and head to Eight Row Flint for its third-annual industry potluck. Cooks from Eight Row’s sister restaurants will bring their own creative dishes to share, plus snag happy hour deals all day long including $3 beer, $6 cocktails like the old fashioned, margarita (rocks and frozen), and Eight Row mule, and $7 wine.

Joshua Black Wilkins

4. BCK: Kitchen & Cocktail Adventures

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933 Studewood St
Houston, TX 77008
(832) 831-7155
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Football watchers can view the game on BCK’s 100-inch projection screen while chowing down on “Sunday Supper” including two flavors of wings and barbecue pork ribs served with sides like broccoli, asparagus, brussels sprouts, french fries, mashed potatoes, and more. Wash it down with happy hour libations including $7 cocktails, $5 well drinks, $3 Lone Star, $2.50 Miller High Life, and half-priced wine bottles starting at 4 p.m.

Photos by Kirsten Gilliam Photography

5. Christian's Tailgate Bar & Grill

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2820 White Oak Dr
Houston, TX 77007
(713) 863-1207
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Want to watch the game in a quintessential sports bar environment? Christian’s Tailgate’s five Houston locations are running specials like $18 buckets of beer for the big game. Check its social media pages for more info on which location is offering what.

6. Ladybirds

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5519 Allen St
Houston, TX 77007
(713) 393-7647
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If you don’t head to Ladybirds to yell at the television, the posole, cheap cocktails, and cold beer is enough of a draw.

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7. Saint Arnold Brewing Company

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2000 Lyons Ave
Houston, TX 77020
(713) 686-9494
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Before the game starts, head to this iconic Houston brewery for Super Beef Sunday, a barbecue feast of legends. Hill Country meat icon Louie Mueller Barbecue will be serving up brisket and beef ribs, alongside Eddie O’s BBQ and Eaker Barbecue. Tickets for the event are $50 per person and include barbecue, beer, and a glass to remember the occasion.

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8. Lincoln Bar

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5110 Washington Ave
Houston, TX 77007
(713) 864-8811
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Plop down at Lincoln Bar well before kickoff for freshly-boiled crawfish, drink specials, DJs, and a lively crowd all tuned into more than 20 TVs. This fete is reserved for ages 21 and over.

9. Poitín Bar & Kitchen

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2313 Edwards St #100
Houston, TX 77007
(713) 470-6686
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Poitín will host a Super Bowl LIII watch party with a Carolina-style pig roast which is served with sides like collard greens, potato salad, cole slaw, miso mac and cheese, and baked beans. Other specials will be on offer.

10. Lucky's Pub

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801 St Emanuel St
Houston, TX 77003
(713) 522-2010
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This stalwart sports bar is going all out for Super Bowl Sunday, complete with crawfish, all-day drink specials, and contests with prizes. Admission is free, but Lucky’s will likely fill up quickly ahead of the game, so probably best to get there early — it opens at noon.

11. Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

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4310 Westheimer Rd #150
Houston, TX 77027
(281) 501-1187
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Starting at 4 p.m., game watchers can start prepping for the big face-off with happy hour drink pricing including $5 wells, house wines, and draft beer. Snag some of Bosscat’s Dr. Pepper wings and “Big Game” nachos while you’re glued to one of seven flat-screen TVs.

Dr. Pepper Wings
Kirsten Gilliam

1. Johnny's Gold Brick

2518 Yale St, Houston, TX 77008
Johnny's Gold Brick
Johnny's Gold Brick

Get ready to feast at Johnny’s Gold Brick, where beloved Houston restaurant Himalaya will cater a buffet that is totally free for the second year running, and of course, the game will be on.

2518 Yale St
Houston, TX 77008

2. Karbach Brewing Co.

2032 Karbach St, Houston, TX 77092

Pay $53 at Karbach Brewing for access to an unlimited spread of food, including the famous “suckling pig feast,” 3 pints, guaranteed seating, service, and gratuity.

2032 Karbach St
Houston, TX 77092

3. Eight Row Flint

1039 Yale St, Houston, TX 77008
Joshua Black Wilkins

Skip the typical wings and head to Eight Row Flint for its third-annual industry potluck. Cooks from Eight Row’s sister restaurants will bring their own creative dishes to share, plus snag happy hour deals all day long including $3 beer, $6 cocktails like the old fashioned, margarita (rocks and frozen), and Eight Row mule, and $7 wine.

1039 Yale St
Houston, TX 77008

4. BCK: Kitchen & Cocktail Adventures

933 Studewood St, Houston, TX 77008
Photos by Kirsten Gilliam Photography

Football watchers can view the game on BCK’s 100-inch projection screen while chowing down on “Sunday Supper” including two flavors of wings and barbecue pork ribs served with sides like broccoli, asparagus, brussels sprouts, french fries, mashed potatoes, and more. Wash it down with happy hour libations including $7 cocktails, $5 well drinks, $3 Lone Star, $2.50 Miller High Life, and half-priced wine bottles starting at 4 p.m.

933 Studewood St
Houston, TX 77008

5. Christian's Tailgate Bar & Grill

2820 White Oak Dr, Houston, TX 77007

Want to watch the game in a quintessential sports bar environment? Christian’s Tailgate’s five Houston locations are running specials like $18 buckets of beer for the big game. Check its social media pages for more info on which location is offering what.

2820 White Oak Dr
Houston, TX 77007

6. Ladybirds

5519 Allen St, Houston, TX 77007
Ladybirds/Facebook

If you don’t head to Ladybirds to yell at the television, the posole, cheap cocktails, and cold beer is enough of a draw.

5519 Allen St
Houston, TX 77007

7. Saint Arnold Brewing Company

2000 Lyons Ave, Houston, TX 77020
Daniel Krieger/Eater

Before the game starts, head to this iconic Houston brewery for Super Beef Sunday, a barbecue feast of legends. Hill Country meat icon Louie Mueller Barbecue will be serving up brisket and beef ribs, alongside Eddie O’s BBQ and Eaker Barbecue. Tickets for the event are $50 per person and include barbecue, beer, and a glass to remember the occasion.

2000 Lyons Ave
Houston, TX 77020

8. Lincoln Bar

5110 Washington Ave, Houston, TX 77007

Plop down at Lincoln Bar well before kickoff for freshly-boiled crawfish, drink specials, DJs, and a lively crowd all tuned into more than 20 TVs. This fete is reserved for ages 21 and over.

5110 Washington Ave
Houston, TX 77007

9. Poitín Bar & Kitchen

2313 Edwards St #100, Houston, TX 77007

Poitín will host a Super Bowl LIII watch party with a Carolina-style pig roast which is served with sides like collard greens, potato salad, cole slaw, miso mac and cheese, and baked beans. Other specials will be on offer.

2313 Edwards St #100
Houston, TX 77007

10. Lucky's Pub

801 St Emanuel St, Houston, TX 77003

This stalwart sports bar is going all out for Super Bowl Sunday, complete with crawfish, all-day drink specials, and contests with prizes. Admission is free, but Lucky’s will likely fill up quickly ahead of the game, so probably best to get there early — it opens at noon.

801 St Emanuel St
Houston, TX 77003

11. Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

4310 Westheimer Rd #150, Houston, TX 77027
Dr. Pepper Wings
Kirsten Gilliam

Starting at 4 p.m., game watchers can start prepping for the big face-off with happy hour drink pricing including $5 wells, house wines, and draft beer. Snag some of Bosscat’s Dr. Pepper wings and “Big Game” nachos while you’re glued to one of seven flat-screen TVs.

4310 Westheimer Rd #150
Houston, TX 77027

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