15 Super Bowl watch parties to attend in Memphis

Every year, the Super Bowl is one of the most watched television events in the country. Why not be a part of the great American tradition? There are plenty great spots in the 901 to hang out and watch “the big game” no matter if you’re rooting for the Rams or the Patriots, or against the Patriots, or just still in denial about the Saints.

High Cotton Brewing

High Cotton Brewing’s Sunday Watch Party – the name is innocuous enough but the details are the real draw. High Cotton will be showing the game in 4K resolution on a 6 foot tall screen. To say it’s huge seems like an understatement. All the normal taps will be flowing for you to enjoy your favorite High Cotton beers, and Edge Alley next door is cooking up a special gameday menu to quell your rumbly tummy.

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High Point Pub

High Point Pub’s Super Bowl Sunday Funday – High Point Pub brings back their annual Super Bowl party for its 27th installment at 4 p.m. They’ve officially been hosting this party for over half the time the Super Bowl has even existed, so you know it’s got to be good.

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Horseshoe Casino & Hotel

Horseshoe Casino & Hotel Tunica’s Ultimate Super Bowl LIII Watch Party – dubbed “The Ultimate Party in Tunica,” this event opens its doors at 3 p.m. There will be giveaways and of course food and beverage specials. Admission is free, but you can buy Super Bowl LIII Experience Packages starting at $50 to take your evening to the next level.

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Local Gastropub

Local Gastropub’s Super Bowl Party – both the downtown and Overton Square locations will be serving up a game day buffet along with drink specials and cold beer.

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Memphis Public Library Whitehaven

Memphis Public Libraries’ Super Bowl Sunday at the Haven – a watch party with pizza, chicken wings, activities for kids, half-time entertainment and, of course, football. This family-friendly event begins at 4:30 p.m. at the Whitehaven Library.

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Perignons Restaurant

Perignons Restaurant’s Super Bowl LIII Watch Party – with 13 screens in total, you’ll likely never not be able to see the action. Specials include $2 pints, $9 pitchers, and $8 “lit punch.” The party starts at 3:30 p.m. and will feature music by DJ Kojak.

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Privé Restaurant

Privé Restaurant’s Super Bowl LIII Viewing Party – one of the more swanky venues on the list, Privé will begin their festivities at 4:30 p.m., and the party doesn’t stop until 3 a.m. bolstered by music from DJ Houston. *You may need to call ahead to book a booth.

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Robusto by Havana Mix

Robusto’s Annual Super Bowl Party – centrally located downtown, Robusto by Havana Mix in Peabody Place will be hosting Super Bowl festivities at 5 p.m.

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Tug's Casual Grill

Tug’s Big Game Sunday – nestled in Harbor Town, Tug’s will be serving up $2 bottle beers and $5 food specials (available online) starting at 3 p.m.

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Wild Bill's Memphis

Wild Bill’s Super Bowl 2019 Watch Party – with Juke Joint AllStars providing live blues music, this watch party will have a special kind of Memphis flair. Wild Bill’s opens its doors at 4 p.m.

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Celtic Crossing

Celtic Crossing’s Superb Owl Party – that’s not a typo. Celtic definitely wins the coveted best name award. Unfortunately there won’t be any owls there. They’ll have specials on pints, buckets, shots and appetizers starting at 3 p.m.

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HiTone

HiTone’s Win A Crock Pot of Meatballs – during the halftime show, HiTone will be raffling off a crockpot full of meatballs, and you get to keep the crockpot. Must be present to win.

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Humane Society of Memphis

Humane Society of Memphis’ Puppy Bowl XV Watch Party – who doesn’t love puppies? The Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County will be hosting a party at Craft Republic to watch and celebrate Melody, an HSMSC alumnus who is appearing in the bowl. For a $5 donation, you’ll get appetizers, a commemorative koozie, and a meet and greet with Melody herself (Animal Planet prerecords the Puppy Bowl).

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Loflin Yard

Loflin Yard’s Saints Super Bowl Boycott Party – in the hearts of many, the Saints won the NFC Championship and should be moving on to the Super Bowl this weekend. That’s why Loflin Yard is screening the Super Bowl from the 2009 season when the Saints faced off against the Colts and… well, I don’t want to spoil it. The menu will include New Orleans food and drink, $2 Bud Light drafts, and DJ Tree Riehl starting at 1pm. Possibly more important there will be “Ref Olympics” where you’re blindfolded to have the same spatial awareness as the refs during that pass interference.

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Muddy's Bake Shop

Muddy’s Super Bowl Cookie Decorating Party – if your party needs a little extra umph, perhaps freshly decorated cookies would help. Starting at 10 a.m., you can try your hand at decorating four different Super Bowl themed cookies. It’s a creative work you can eat, and it comes with free tea. Seating is limited, so sign up quickly if you want to take part.

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