2015 Super Bowl Parties in Charlotte
Your annual list of the best places in the Queen City to watch the big game.
Our Carolina Panthers might not be in the mix anymore (bless their hearts), but we still have a big game on our hands, Charlotte. East Coast vs. West Coast. Deflated footballs vs. well, regular footballs. Put on your game gear and head to one of these joints to watch Super Bowl No. 49. The New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks starting at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 1
You’ll have plenty of places to watch the game on one of this bar’s 30-plus giant screens. Miller Light for $2.50 all night. 200 E. Bland St., allamericanpubclt.com.
Charlotte City Club
The NFL Players Association Former Players Charlotte Chapter host this annual Super Bowl Party, featuring a complimentary buffet, silent auction, and the game will be shown on big screens in multiple rooms. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Mo Collins Scholarship Fund. 5 p.m. $50-$60. 121 W. Trade St., Suite 3100, facebook.com/NFLPACLT.
Dilworth Neighborhood Grille
This neighborhood locale is throwing a party for a cause. A $25 donation to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation gets you two drink tickets, a buffet dinner, raffle tickets to win prizes and, of course, a seat to watch the big game. 911 E. Morehead St., dilworthgrille.com.
Icehouse South End
Sunday Funday meets Super Bowl Sunday with $4 mimosas and Bloody Marys. Leave it to Bar Athletes and Big Boss Brewery to kick your Super Bowl Sunday into the next gear. Open at 11 a.m. 2100 South Blvd., icehousecharlotte.com.
Kennedy’s Premium Bar and Grill
Big-screen TVs, all-you-can-eat wings and Bud Light draft for $25 will leave you feeling like a winner. The party starts at 8 p.m. 366 N. Caswell Rd., kennedyscharlotte.com.
The Men’s Club
Try to keep your eyes on the game. Stadium-style buffet, drink specials and the chance to win a 55-inch LED TV. Doors open at 3 p.m. 444 Tyvola Rd., mensclub.com/charlotte-mens-club
Throw down $15 for a plate of barbecue and RockHouse will pick up your draft beer tab all night. 200 N. Tryon St., prohibitionclt.com.
Come on out to the lake for a $12 Super Bowl buffet fit for a Southern king and queen complete with barbecue, baked beans, macaroni and cheese, coleslaw and dessert. Corona and Corona Light bottles are $2.50 all night. 20210 Henderson Rd., Cornelius, lakenorman.therustyrudder.net.
SeriousFun Audio & Entertainment
It’s the 11th-annual Super Bowl Sunday party for this crew. Tickets are $20 in advance, $30 in advance for couples or $30 at the door. Tickets include drinks and buffet-style food for both the tailgate and the game. The tailgate starts at 3 p.m. 5651 Brookshire Blvd. Buy tickets here.
Play a few games of bowling while watching the big game here. With more than 75 screens, drink specials, a full food menu and a few rounds of knocking those pins down, you definitely won’t strike out. 210 E. Trade St. facebook.com/strikecityclt.
Doors open at 11 a.m. for this all-day party. This EpiCentre bar and restaurant has $13 all-you-can-eat tacos, $3 domestic bottles and $4 Fireball shots. 210 E. Trade St., tinroofbars.com/home/charlotte.
Come play a round or two of corn hole with Queen City Games while watching the game. Whisky River is also giving away National Football League jerseys throughout the day. Free admission and drink specials include $4 Skyy, $4 Jack Daniels, $4 Bacardi, $10 beer buckets, and $4 Fireball. At EpiCentre, 210 E. Trade St., thewhiskyriver.com/charlotte.
Verify dates, times, prices, and other info at the web addresses listed for each event.