Where to Watch the 2019 Super Bowl in Chicago

Celebrate the big game in style View as Map Super Bowl LIII is just days away and whether fans are rooting for the Patriots or the Rams, they’ll want to do so with good food and drinks. Chicago restaurants and bars will be celebrating the big game with specials, parties, and catering packages for those…

Where to Watch the 2019 Super Bowl in Chicago


Celebrate the big game in style

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Super Bowl LIII is just days away and whether fans are rooting for the Patriots or the Rams, they’ll want to do so with good food and drinks. Chicago restaurants and bars will be celebrating the big game with specials, parties, and catering packages for those who want to watch at home. From all-you-can-eat nachos and spaghetti to Mexican and Greek fare, folks will have lots of delicious options to choose from. And if they don’t care about football, well there’s always thePuppy Bowl.

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Note:Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

3509 W Fullerton Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

Not interested in football but love furry animals? Head toPark and Fieldfor its third annual Puppy Bowl party. The event takes place from noon to 3 p.m. and will benefit One Tail at a Time, a Chicago rescue and shelter. Adoptable dogs will be on hand as well as Puppy Bowl participant Clover.

1623 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

Jeff Mauro’ssandwich shopis offering catering packages that accommodate all party sizes. Folks can build their own Carolina pork sliders, Buffalo chicken sliders, or loaded tots with Pork & Mindy’s to-go options. The cost is $14.99 per person.


Pork & Mindy’s/Matt Gillis

5571, 1924 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

TheQuad City-style pizzeriais celebrating with several packages at both of its locations. For $45 per person, groups of four or more can enjoy pitchers of select beer and pizza with up to two toppings. For $65 per person, options include liquor, wine, craft beer, one unlimited appetizer, and unlimited pizza. Those watching at home can order Roots to go as well.

1804 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60622

Football fans and barbecue enthusiasts alike can head toSmoke Daddyfor a free pig roast during the Super Bowl. Bites and samples will be offered at the carving station while the regular dine-in menu will be available too. The restaurant’s catering options can feed anywhere from 10 to 20 people and feature popular items like wings, sliders, brisket meatballs, pulled pork, and St. Louis-style ribs.

1335 W Wrightwood Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

The newcontemporary Greek restaurantin Lincoln Park is giving Super Sunday a Mediterranean twist. The catering menu includes items such as Greek salad with cucumbers, olives, tomatoes, onions, and feta; a spicy feta spread; a rotisserie chicken platter; and pita sandwiches with choice of pork, lamb, or chicken. Trays are available in small or large sizes.

3600 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60613

Whole families can watch the Super Bowl with an endless feast atDutch & Doc’s. The Boka Restaurant Group spot serves diners unlimited spaghetti and meatballs, Caesar salad, garlic bread, and soft serve ice cream for $20 per adult every Sunday evening. Children 12 years old and under eat free. Other deals include $3 Bud Lights and $1 wings.


Boka Restaurant Group/Ally Straussner


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3518 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657

Rams fans will gather atMoe’s Cantinaand watch the Super Bowl on more than 20 screens while partaking in $10 wings, $10 nachos, $4 domestic beers, and $5 well drinks.

950 W Wrightwood Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

Fans can have tailgate food without having to brave the cold elements at Old Grounds Social. The spot will have a buffet starting at 5:30 p.m. that has an open bar and items such as pulled pork, shrimp po’ boy, truffle grilled cheese, smoked wings, and more. The price is$50 per person.

494 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60654

Burger and beer fans can kick back at thiscasual spotfrom the folks behind Piccolo Sogno. The menu’s hulking burgers will be complemented with discounted gameday specials like quesadillas ($5), nachos ($5), chili cheese fries ($5), and chips and guacamole ($7). There will also be beer and liquor deals ranging from $3-$5.

2373 S Archer Ave
Chicago, IL 60616

No party is complete without pizza and wings, which is why this iconicSouth Side pizzeriawill offer deals on large cheese pizzas ($10.99) and 12 pieces of wings ($9.99) for delivery or pick-up. Those dining in have the option of 50-cent wings, available in a new spicy arrabiata sauce. The game will be shown on televisions throughout the restaurant and guests can secure a reservation by depositing $10 per person (applied to the final bill).

1510 N Wells St
Chicago, IL 60610

TheOld Town baris serving a Super Bowl buffet that runs until the end of the game. For $25, guests will have access to a taco bar, a tot-cho and nacho station, a minis station, and a salad station. Other specials include $25 domestic buckets, $3 Fireball shots, and $5 Jameson shots.

151 W Adams St
Chicago, IL 60603

The Florentinewill offer its aperitivo deal starting at 3 p.m. to celebrate the Super Bowl. Eaters can watch the game from the Italian restaurant’s bar and snack on $5 bites, such as meatball sliders, and drinks under $9. Guests will also receive a complimentary pizza with the purchase of any beverage.

112 W Hubbard St
Chicago, IL 60654

Yes, fans can watch the Super Bowl from within a trendy private igloo onJoy District’srooftop. The heated enclosures can seat up to eight guests around a heated faux fire pit and 32-inch televisions. Pricing is based on the amount spent on food and beverage, starting at $500. Fans hosting parties at home also have the option of a to-go menu featuring item like lamb meatballs, ribs, turkey chili, wings, truffle fries, sliders, and more. Orders over $250 are eligible for delivery.


Adam Sokolowski

435 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60654

Barbecue and football make for a winning combination andBub Citywants to handle the food for the big game. Both locations of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises’ barbecue eatery will offer a variety of large-format carry-out options. To keep things healthy there are also pans of El Paso chopped salad, or go all out and order dozens of wings, meats by the pound, and sides like mac and cheese.

65 W Kinzie St
Chicago, IL 60654

DineAmic Group’sMexican eaterywill show the game on numerous large televisions placed throughout the main dining room. In addition, each cabana table — capable of seating up to 10 people — will have its own 47-inch screen and curtains to provide a private viewing experience. Specials include $25 beer buckets, $10 margaritas, and $54 taco boards offering a mix-and-match selection of tacos.

9 W Hubbard St
Chicago, IL 60654

Pats fans will root for Tom Brady and the AFC champions at thisPatriots barin River North. Theory will be pouring $6 stadium cups during the game. Those looking to get the party started early can stop in between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for $30 bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, sangria, and sparkling rosé.

2105 S State St
Chicago, IL 60616

The South Looprestaurant and music venueis throwing its annual Super Bowl bash. It kicks off with an all-you-can-eat buffet starting at 2 p.m. for $15, followed by live music from School of Rock at 2:30 p.m. The game will be shown in the Music Joint or up on the enclosed rooftop, and there will be other activities like a halftime eating contest and a chili cook off.

1301 S Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60605

South Loop sports mainstay theScoutwill have $5 deals during the game. They include Guinness pints, foot-long grilled cheese sandwiches, and shots of Jameson, Tito’s, and Casamigos.

1503 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605

The nautical-themed tavern’s viewing party will give attendees access to an open bar and a buffet spread of nachos, mac and cheese, pasta, wings, and more. Guests will also be able to flex their muscles and participate in a bags tournament. The cost is$45 per person, or $50 at the door.

622 N Fairbanks Ct
Chicago, IL 60611

Fans won’t miss any part of the big game atTimothy O’Toole’sthanks to the sports bar’s 72 television screens. The Super Bowl bash will show every minute of action — commercials included — with sound and feature giveaways and specials. In honor of the Patriots and Rams, folks can order lobster rolls, Lagunitas IPA chicken burritos, and “Gronkaritas” (Casa Noble Crystal tequila, lime, margarita mix).

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Not interested in football but love furry animals? Head toPark and Fieldfor its third annual Puppy Bowl party. The event takes place from noon to 3 p.m. and will benefit One Tail at a Time, a Chicago rescue and shelter. Adoptable dogs will be on hand as well as Puppy Bowl participant Clover.

3509 W Fullerton Ave
Chicago, IL 60647


Pork & Mindy’s/Matt Gillis

Jeff Mauro’ssandwich shopis offering catering packages that accommodate all party sizes. Folks can build their own Carolina pork sliders, Buffalo chicken sliders, or loaded tots with Pork & Mindy’s to-go options. The cost is $14.99 per person.

1623 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

TheQuad City-style pizzeriais celebrating with several packages at both of its locations. For $45 per person, groups of four or more can enjoy pitchers of select beer and pizza with up to two toppings. For $65 per person, options include liquor, wine, craft beer, one unlimited appetizer, and unlimited pizza. Those watching at home can order Roots to go as well.

5571, 1924 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

Football fans and barbecue enthusiasts alike can head toSmoke Daddyfor a free pig roast during the Super Bowl. Bites and samples will be offered at the carving station while the regular dine-in menu will be available too. The restaurant’s catering options can feed anywhere from 10 to 20 people and feature popular items like wings, sliders, brisket meatballs, pulled pork, and St. Louis-style ribs.

1804 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60622

The newcontemporary Greek restaurantin Lincoln Park is giving Super Sunday a Mediterranean twist. The catering menu includes items such as Greek salad with cucumbers, olives, tomatoes, onions, and feta; a spicy feta spread; a rotisserie chicken platter; and pita sandwiches with choice of pork, lamb, or chicken. Trays are available in small or large sizes.

1335 W Wrightwood Ave
Chicago, IL 60614


Boka Restaurant Group/Ally Straussner

Whole families can watch the Super Bowl with an endless feast atDutch & Doc’s. The Boka Restaurant Group spot serves diners unlimited spaghetti and meatballs, Caesar salad, garlic bread, and soft serve ice cream for $20 per adult every Sunday evening. Children 12 years old and under eat free. Other deals include $3 Bud Lights and $1 wings.

3600 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60613

Rams fans will gather atMoe’s Cantinaand watch the Super Bowl on more than 20 screens while partaking in $10 wings, $10 nachos, $4 domestic beers, and $5 well drinks.

3518 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657

Fans can have tailgate food without having to brave the cold elements at Old Grounds Social. The spot will have a buffet starting at 5:30 p.m. that has an open bar and items such as pulled pork, shrimp po’ boy, truffle grilled cheese, smoked wings, and more. The price is$50 per person.

950 W Wrightwood Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

Burger and beer fans can kick back at thiscasual spotfrom the folks behind Piccolo Sogno. The menu’s hulking burgers will be complemented with discounted gameday specials like quesadillas ($5), nachos ($5), chili cheese fries ($5), and chips and guacamole ($7). There will also be beer and liquor deals ranging from $3-$5.

494 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60654

No party is complete without pizza and wings, which is why this iconicSouth Side pizzeriawill offer deals on large cheese pizzas ($10.99) and 12 pieces of wings ($9.99) for delivery or pick-up. Those dining in have the option of 50-cent wings, available in a new spicy arrabiata sauce. The game will be shown on televisions throughout the restaurant and guests can secure a reservation by depositing $10 per person (applied to the final bill).

2373 S Archer Ave
Chicago, IL 60616

TheOld Town baris serving a Super Bowl buffet that runs until the end of the game. For $25, guests will have access to a taco bar, a tot-cho and nacho station, a minis station, and a salad station. Other specials include $25 domestic buckets, $3 Fireball shots, and $5 Jameson shots.

1510 N Wells St
Chicago, IL 60610

The Florentinewill offer its aperitivo deal starting at 3 p.m. to celebrate the Super Bowl. Eaters can watch the game from the Italian restaurant’s bar and snack on $5 bites, such as meatball sliders, and drinks under $9. Guests will also receive a complimentary pizza with the purchase of any beverage.

151 W Adams St
Chicago, IL 60603


Adam Sokolowski

Yes, fans can watch the Super Bowl from within a trendy private igloo onJoy District’srooftop. The heated enclosures can seat up to eight guests around a heated faux fire pit and 32-inch televisions. Pricing is based on the amount spent on food and beverage, starting at $500. Fans hosting parties at home also have the option of a to-go menu featuring item like lamb meatballs, ribs, turkey chili, wings, truffle fries, sliders, and more. Orders over $250 are eligible for delivery.

112 W Hubbard St
Chicago, IL 60654

Barbecue and football make for a winning combination andBub Citywants to handle the food for the big game. Both locations of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises’ barbecue eatery will offer a variety of large-format carry-out options. To keep things healthy there are also pans of El Paso chopped salad, or go all out and order dozens of wings, meats by the pound, and sides like mac and cheese.

435 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60654

DineAmic Group’sMexican eaterywill show the game on numerous large televisions placed throughout the main dining room. In addition, each cabana table — capable of seating up to 10 people — will have its own 47-inch screen and curtains to provide a private viewing experience. Specials include $25 beer buckets, $10 margaritas, and $54 taco boards offering a mix-and-match selection of tacos.

65 W Kinzie St
Chicago, IL 60654

Pats fans will root for Tom Brady and the AFC champions at thisPatriots barin River North. Theory will be pouring $6 stadium cups during the game. Those looking to get the party started early can stop in between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for $30 bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, sangria, and sparkling rosé.

9 W Hubbard St
Chicago, IL 60654

The South Looprestaurant and music venueis throwing its annual Super Bowl bash. It kicks off with an all-you-can-eat buffet starting at 2 p.m. for $15, followed by live music from School of Rock at 2:30 p.m. The game will be shown in the Music Joint or up on the enclosed rooftop, and there will be other activities like a halftime eating contest and a chili cook off.

2105 S State St
Chicago, IL 60616

South Loop sports mainstay theScoutwill have $5 deals during the game. They include Guinness pints, foot-long grilled cheese sandwiches, and shots of Jameson, Tito’s, and Casamigos.

1301 S Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60605

The nautical-themed tavern’s viewing party will give attendees access to an open bar and a buffet spread of nachos, mac and cheese, pasta, wings, and more. Guests will also be able to flex their muscles and participate in a bags tournament. The cost is$45 per person, or $50 at the door.

1503 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605

Fans won’t miss any part of the big game atTimothy O’Toole’sthanks to the sports bar’s 72 television screens. The Super Bowl bash will show every minute of action — commercials included — with sound and feature giveaways and specials. In honor of the Patriots and Rams, folks can order lobster rolls, Lagunitas IPA chicken burritos, and “Gronkaritas” (Casa Noble Crystal tequila, lime, margarita mix).

622 N Fairbanks Ct
Chicago, IL 60611

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