Super Bowl 50 – St. Louis Style
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It’s more than just a football game; it’s an event the entire country rallies around. We take time to relax with friends and family and enjoy seven-layer dips, beer, clever commercials and an elaborate display of the best in the American sport. If you’re looking to mosey off the couch this year, there are plenty of spots to celebrate Super Bowl 50 in St. Louis!
601 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO
With two different game day packages and table reservation ticket options, BPV is, once again, the place to be. From a $10 package that equips you with a rally towel to a more extravagant package including an entire reserved table with food and drink specials, there are several ways to watch the game on the largest screen in St. Louis. The event includes contests, giveaways and live music.
118 Morgan St, St. Louis, MO
For $30, enjoy an all-inclusive celebration with beer, wine and other beverages, a custom nacho and hot dog bar, giveaways, prizes and contests. As the self-proclaimed “Best Bar in the Whole Wide World,” you’re safe to place your bets on this St. Louis Landing staple.
1000 Spruce St, St. Louis, MO
Bottomless beer, bottomless funall for $20. With 24 TVs and a 110-inch projector screen, you won’t miss a play of the game! The turnout at this hotspot is always a touchdown, and this Sunday, it’s sure to be a big win. Participate in a cornhole tournament and try your chance at a prize simply by walking in the door!
13431 Olive Blvd, Chesterfield, MO
If you call West St. Louis County home, look no further than The Sports Page. Enjoy the game with beer specials, a complimentary buffet at half time, and more. Wings, homemade chips and the 4th best burger in St. Louis (awarded by St. Louis Magazine) are just three more reasons to join the fun at The Sports Page!
4149 S. Old Hwy 94, St. Charles, MO
You can bring your own snack to the Super Bowl bash at this St. Charles gem! A great way to get out and enjoy the party atmosphere without breaking the bank. If you’d rather come hands-free, though, just enjoy the snacks provided! Check out the big game and play other games, from pinball to pool, at “St. Charles County’s favorite hangout!”
If you’re planning to hit Ballpark Village, Big Daddy’s or Wheelhouse Downtown, you’ll be right in the Gateway Arch and Old Courthouse neighborhood! Make a day of your time downtown. The Arch is temporarily closed for construction, but there’s plenty to do at the Old Courthousecheck out the new history galleries, or just explore the grounds! Check out more information here and here.