Where To Watch Super Bowl 2024 in Sydney

Drink, Eat, Food Guide, Guide, Sydney / 8 February 2024

The 2024 Super Bowl is set to be another show-stopping performance.

Known as the biggest event on the American sporting calendar, the Super Bowl has well and truly become a moment on Aussie shores as well. While longtime punters would be well familiar with some of the local venues, we know there are a few newer additions to the fan clubs this past year thanks to Miss Taylor Swift.

Pubs and bars across Sydney will be ditching their classic sangas and bringing out buckets of beers and American eats. So whether you’re taking the day off work or meeting up for a long lunch ‘meeting’, here are our top picks.

Where To Watch The Super Bowl - Momento Hospitality

Momento Hospitality, Multiple Locations

Craving the Super Bowl LVIII buzz but not feeling the rush to the city on a Monday? Momento Hospitality’s venues offer a vibrant range of options this year all across the suburbs. Immerse yourself in the action on big screens at Bella Vista, The Governor Hotel, Fire & Brimstone BBQ, Hillside Hotel, The Duke of Dural, and Silverwater Hotel. Enjoy lively sports bar atmospheres, indulge in US-style food specials, and cheer alongside fellow fans. Highlights include Bella Vista’s free personalised Jack Daniel’s T-shirts with bucket purchases, and Hudson Hotel’s Q&A with NRL stars Matty and Cooper Johns. Secure your spot for an unforgettable Super Bowl celebration without compromising on comfort or convenience.

Find the full details and book your table here.

Where To Watch The Super Bowl - Watson's

Watson’s, Moore Park

If you can’t go past a relaxed pub, look no further than Watson’s. This relaxed spot opens its doors early on February 12th, welcoming fans with a massive screen in the beer garden and all the game-day essentials. Settle in with a hotdog and Budweiser combo, or choose from their regular menu of burgers, parmas, and snacks. It’s a low-key option to catch the action with fellow fans, offering a familiar atmosphere without the fuss.

Find the full details and book your table here.

Where To Watch The Super Bowl - Hotel CBD

Hotel CBD, Sydney

Calling all sports fans seeking a lively Super Bowl atmosphere with a touch of Americana! Head to Hotel CBD for a one-day takeover on February 12th. Immerse yourself in the action with live coverage from Las Vegas on their big screens, starting at 8:30 am. Pre-game with $30 Budweiser buckets and indulge in a special menu curated by Chef Ben Greeno, showcasing the best of American flavours.

No need for reservations – simply walk in and soak up the festive buzz, however, more details can be found here.

Where To Watch The Super Bowl - The Laneway

The Laneway, Pyrmont

The Laneway Pyrmont welcomes you for a Super Bowl celebration that’s both lively and relaxed. On February 12th, settle into the dedicated Ladbrokes Lounge with big screens broadcasting the game live from 10 am.

No need to leave your favourite dishes behind. The Laneway offers both their regular menu with classics like steak, pizza, and pasta, alongside a special sports bar menu for game-day cravings. Treat yourself to a $12 hotdog with chips or a trio of $20 beef sliders with chips, both Super Bowl specials.

Want to enhance the festive spirit? Grab the $35 Super Bowl special: a cap or NFL shirt, a pint of West Beer, and your choice of pizza, hotdog, or sliders (available while supplies last). Plus, every jug of beer comes with a complimentary NFL hat or t-shirt – a perfect game-day accessory.

Find the full details and book your table here.

Where To Watch The Super Bowl - Harry's

Harry’s, Surry Hills

NFL fan or just curious about the Super Bowl hype? Harry’s Surry Hills throws its annual party, known as one of Sydney’s biggest, on February 12th. Entry is free, and doors open early at 9:30 am to welcome both die-hard fans and casual viewers alike.

Settle in for the game on big screens throughout the venue, and indulge in a special one-day menu featuring classic American favourites like Spiced Fried Wings, Chilli Dogs, and Pastrami Rueben sliders.

To fuel the festivities, $25 buckets of American beer are available all day, and a special Half-Time Happy Hour features $10 Harry’s slushies. Whether you’re cheering for a specific team (obviously the Chiefs) or simply enjoying the atmosphere, Harry’s offers a fun and relaxed setting to experience the Super Bowl buzz.

Find the full details and book your table here.

Where To Watch The Super Bowl - Woollahra

Woollahra Hotel, Woollahra

For a laid-back Super Bowl experience steeped in Sydney charm, the Woollahra Hotel is your answer as it transforms the front bar into a haven for fans to soak in the live action on the big screen.

Fuel your cheers with American-inspired dishes prepared by the kitchen. Grab a bucket of crispy wings for $20, bite into juicy cheeseburger sliders in trios for $15, or quench your thirst with a $24 Budweiser bucket (4).

Whether you’re a die-hard fan or simply curious about the hype, the Woollahra Hotel offers a welcoming atmosphere for a low-key Super Bowl celebration.

Find the full details and book your table here.

Where To Watch The Super Bowl - Forrester's

Forrester’s, Surry Hills

Feeling a tug of American spirit for the Super Bowl? Head to Forrester’s in Surry Hills for a celebration that’s both spirited and relaxed. Doors open early on February 12th at 9:30 am, welcoming you with open arms and big screens to catch all the action live.

For $48 per person, you’ll enjoy entry, a refreshing Coors Light, and a sharing platter fit for a champion: fiery Buffalo wings dipped in creamy ranch dressing, and a classic American-style hotdog loaded with ketchup, mustard, fried onions, and chips – perfect halftime fuel. Craving more? Upgrade your package with a bucket of Coors Light (4 for $25 or 6 for $36) and raise a toast to the game!

Tickets are essential, so gather your crew and secure your spot for a fun and flavorful celebration with a patriotic touch.

Find the full details and book your table here.

Where To Watch The Super Bowl - Taphouse

Taphouse, Darlinghurst

Super Bowl with Asian flair? Taphouse Darlinghurst is hosting its first-ever viewing party, promising a lively atmosphere and delicious treats. Doors open at 9:30 am, giving you plenty of time to settle in and catch all the action live on their big screens.

Skip the usual game-day fare and indulge in Taphouse’s special $30 dim sum platters. These bite-sized delights offer a delicious variety of flavours and textures, perfect for sharing with friends. Feeling thirsty? Wash it all down with $8 bottles of Coors Light, your MVPs for the day.

Best of all, entry is free! However, with its popularity already buzzing, booking a table is highly recommended. Find the full details and book your table here.

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