On February 7, the NFL Super Bowl, celebrating its 50th anniversary, will take place at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. While that might be a tad too far to travel for most Vancouverites, there are plenty of pubs and bars at home screening the final match between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos, with many venues offerings drink specials, giveaways, and pre-game tailgate parties.
Gastown’s Lamplighter Pub will be throwing a mega Super Bowl party on February 7. The day will start with a special Super Bowl Pre-Game Happy Hour, from Noon to 3 p.m. The pub’s BBQ will be cranking, cooking up all-you-can-eat burgers for $30.
Address: 92 Water Street
TVs: 15 TVs and 2 projector screens
This downtown sports-friendly bar is excited to screen the Super Bowl, with sound. To assure a good seat football fans should try and turn up to Malone’s around 2:30 p.m. Alternatively, people can call ahead to reserve a table. The sports bar hopes to encourage patrons to play games at halftime, for the chance to win a range of different prizes.
Address: 608 West Pender Street
TVs: 18 TVs, plus one projector screen
Vancouver’s Shark Club will be hosting a huge Super Bowl party. The game will be featured on the sports bar’s two 12-foot media walls, with sound. Shark Club will have authentic Super Bowl 50 jerseys and other giveaways throughout the day. Reservations are recommended.
Address: 180 West Georgia Street
Come Super Bowl Sunday, this British-style pub will offer a tailgate-inspired menu, along with traditional football squares and a 50/50 draw. One lucky entrant will win “Beer for Year,” and all the guests will be able to watch the game on massive, curved 202” HD screen.
Address: 911 West Pender Street
TVs: 11 TVs, plus 1 giant screen
For a very unique take on Super Bowl Sunday, Clough Club is offering an exclusive viewing of the game in their heritage space. Each ticket (priced at $100 each) includes all food and drink during the day, a brisket carving station, and selections of craft beers.
Address: 212 Abbott Street
Village Taphouse is a fantastic spot to watch the Super Bowl, particularly if you’re looking for a jovial atmosphere. Not only will the West Van watering hole play the game on their 17 screens, but they are also planning on cooking a pig on the patio and giving away NFL Jerseys and a Flat Screen TV.
Address: 900 Main Street, Village at Park Royal
Not only will this lively Yaletown sports bar swing open its doors to NFL fans on Super Bowl Sunday, but it will also host a pre-game tailgate party from 1 to 3 p.m, on the sport bar’s sidewalk patio. Super Bowl revelers will find a range of drink specials and a hot dog BBQ.
Address: 1055 Mainland Street
TVs: 18 Tvs
This popular (and often rowdy) Davie Street haunt plans to offer drink specials, including $4.50 Caesars and $6.50 doubles, while they screen the NFL match between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos.
With 17 television screens dotted around the sport bar’s ground floor area, and three large projector screens, this Donnelly Group pub is a great spot to plonk yourself if you’re searching for a place to watch the Super Bowl. Come game day, Library Square will offer Kronenbourg 1664, Jamesons, and Budweiser for $5 each.
Address: 300 West Georgia Street
TVs: 17 TVs and 3 projector screens (one of which is 16 feet wide)
This downtown sports bar provides a great setting for viewing the Super Bowl, thanks in large part to comfortable seating and the bounty of TVs provided. The Smithe Street locale will be offering a range of game day drink specials, including $5 Budweiser Draughts, $6 Goose Island IPA Draughts, and $25 Corona Five Bottle Buckets.
Cheer on the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos at Match Eatery & Public House in New Westminster. Patrons will have the chance to win a brand new BBQ along with a stack of other prizes. Tailgate-inspired food will feature on the menu, as well as $4 Bud and Bud Lights.
Not normally open during the day, The Portside Pub will be swinging back their doors at midday on February 7, for the Super Bowl 50. There will be a range of food and drink specials all day/night, door prizes and giveaways, Jim Beam and Lighthouse Brewing sampling, and DJ’s Nick Bike and Stuntman Greg post-game. Contact [email protected] for table reservations.
Address: 7 Alexander Street
TVs: 3 projection screens, 2 big screen TVs (brought in especially for the game)
Terry and Deaner (Timber’s official mascots) are hosting a Super Bowl Table Campout at Timber on Sunday February 7. They’re filling the Coleman Cooler with Old Style Pilsner cans and the cans will go for $5 each, until they’re gone. Townsite Brewing is letting the Robson Street locale tap two kegs of their sessionable Suncoast Pale Ale (that gem never leaves the Sunshine Coast). Chef Chris Whittaker is bringing in a pig and he’ll be making up pig-focused features, like pulled pork and potato skin nachos. Timber will also host a meat draw.
Address: 1300 Robson Street
Determined not to miss out on any of the Super Bowl action, The Charles Bar will open its doors at 11:30 a.m., on February 7. In addition to their welcoming digs, The Charles Bar will offer patrons $18 buckets of Coors, and prize giveaways all day long.
Address: 136 West Cordova Street
TVs: 5 TVs, video wall and one 9 foot HD screen