For many folks, the Super Bowl is a great opportunity to gather with others to watch the game and/or the commercials (whichever you fancy). In addition to private parties, people love to gather at bars and restaurants to share the excitement with others. To help you decide where to celebrate Super Bowl LI, the folks at 1001 South State have researched and put together a list of options in the South Loop. If you know of something they might have missed, please contact us.
In case you weren’t aware 😉 , the Super Bowl is this Sunday, February 5th, at 5:30 pm Central Time. The New England Patriots will be facing the Atlanta Falcons at NRG Stadium in Houston Texas, and the game will be televised by Fox.
If you’re trying to find a restaurant or bar to watch the Super Bowl in the South Loop, look no further! We made the calls for you and have a complete list of where you can watch the big game. Whether you’re a Patriots or Falcons fan or just trying to get in on the fun of the game, we think we have a spot for you on this list.
South Loop Bars and Restaurants with Super Bowl Specials
The following restaurants have Super Bowl specials. We’ve added notes about reservations for each.
- Special menu items will include meatball sandwiches and a special soup
- Reservations: Walk ins only, should be easy to get a table!
- Specials: $4 Bud Light on draft, $20 mimosa pitcher, $12 pitcher of Bud Light, $11 bloody mary, $3 shot of the day, $7 mac & cheese
- Reservations: Not available on Super Bowl Sunday
- Specials will include shots, bottled beer, and craft beer (details TBD)
- Reservations: Walk-ins only
Honorable Mention goes to first DRAFT. They have a $30/person special that includes a buffet, a square, and trivia games. It would be a great spot to go but it’s SOLD OUT. Keep it in mind for next year…
Other great South Loop Bars and Restaurants to Watch the Game
The following restaurants aren’t offering specials, but they’re still great places to catch the game. We’ve added notes about reservations for each.
Burger Bar: Call ahead and make a reservation!
Flo & Santos: No reservations, walk-ins only
Kasey’s Tavern: First come, first served
Krolls South Loop: Reservations required
Scout Warehouse & Kitchen: Call ahead to make a reservation. This place was identified as one of The 6 Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Chicago and will fill up fast.
Wabash Tap: Usually don’t get packed on Super Bowl so no reservations needed!