7260 Southwest Ave.
Maplewood, MO 63143
Why not go to the source for your Superbowl beer? Schlafly Bottleworks puts on a Superbowl party that will make you wonder why anyone else bothers. Ride the waves of victory and despair with a crowd of like-minded locals while you watch the game on one of five hi-def televisions. Schlafly also offers food specials and door prizes to make this a memorable occasion.
1000 Sidney St.
St. Louis, MO 63104
Big Daddy’s sets a high bar by billing itself as “The Best Bar In The Whole Wide World.” Lots of people agree, and the place is usually packed. Super Bowl Sunday will be no exception, so if you like to party with a crowd during the game, this is the place for you. Watch the website for details of this year’s celebration. Big Daddy’s usually does a package deal, with unlimited drinks and an appetizer, for its Superbowl parties. You can get fed here too on burgers, wings and other pub nosh.
6001 Manchester Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
Nick’s is the place to be on Manchester for game days. The bar has everything you want for Superbowl Sunday, including plenty of TVs and audio for the game, more than 60 beers on tap and legendary toasted ravioli. Keep your eye on the game day specials on drinks, burgers and more. You can always count on finding a noisy, friendly community of sports fans at Nick’s to make the game more fun to watch.
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13431 Olive Blvd.
Chesterfield, MO 63017
West Countians don’t have to go far to find a great sports bar. The Sports Page always attracts a lively group for big games and keeps them well fed. Pub fare includes fried mushrooms, reubens, fries, chips and half-pound burgers, just the kind of chow you need to soak up all the beer you’ll drink. The Chesterfield location on Olive makes this a convenient location for anyone in the Western ‘burbs.
911 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63101
If you like to party in the hip Washington Avenue area, check out the Over/Under bar. The name, which is a slick reference to sports wagers, is a clear signal that sports are the heart and soul of this bar. Thirty-seven HD flat-screens should ensure a good view of the game, even if it’s too cold to watch the 150″ projection screen on the patio. The Over/Under will keep you well fed, too. Snack on calamari, chicken wings and buffalo dip, or go big with a grilled steak or juicy burger.
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Lauren Haas is a nomadic freelance writer who travels the world, using St. Louis as her base. Visit her blog at http://www.thesoulofajourney.com.