Super Bowl LIV is just around the corner. On 2nd February, the iconic event will be held in Miami, Florida and fans all over the country will be sitting down to watch the game. If you haven’t been lucky enough to get a ticket for the actual event, you may be trying to decide where to catch the action.
If you don’t want to watch at home alone or host a party yourself, you might be keen to head to one of Portland’s top spots and join one of the best Super Bowl parties that are taking place all over the city. Whether Super Bowl online betting 2020 is your thing and you’re keen to find out whether you’ve made a profit or whether you’re just passionate about the game, one of these top venues is sure to be ideal for you to get your Super Bowl fix this year.
EastBurn Public House
Head to East Burnside and 18th where EastBurn is set to become Portland’s best sports bar for just one night only. Already well-known for its excellent entertainment and dining, the venue will be one of the top spots in the city to watch the game. The action will be screened on three televisions in the TapRoom as well as on 10 foot and 24-foot projector screens, so you won’t miss a second of the thrills! There are also specials on food and drink, with a Happy Hour available from 3 pm right up until closing.
You’ll find Bare Bones on SE Belmont – a neighborhood bar and café that serves up alcoholic slushies and custom cocktails as well as a tasty bar menu and local coffee. There’s a relaxed vibe here usually, but on Super Bowl day the atmosphere might be a little more electric thanks to the four TVs that will be screening the game.
The Goodfoot Lounge
Late night venue The Goodfoot Lounge will be hosting a Super Bowl game party upstairs on 2 February. Happy Hour will still be running between 5 pm and 9 pm and fans will be able to enjoy some of the amazing specials on food and drink including discounts on craft beer pitchers, $5 deals on food and $1 discount on infused cocktails while they watch the action unfold on the huge HD projection screen.
Located in the South Tabor neighborhood, the North Bar is a friendly and comfortable spot to relax with a beer, glass of wine or fresh cocktail while playing pool, pinball or darts. However, there won’t be many people indulging in bar games on the 2 February when most of the customers will be watching the Super Bowl.
Watching The Super Bowl In Oregon
Although neither of the teams playing in Miami this year hail from Oregon, that doesn’t mean that locals don’t want to join in the fun of watching the action. Head to any of these fantastic venues and indulge in some food and drink while you cheer on your chosen team.