Football’s most popular day of the year is just a few days away. But it might be overwhelming to choose where to watch the big game.
Photo from America Gardens Facebook page
by Mariana Rivas
Football’s most popular day of the year is just a few days away. But it might be overwhelming to choose where to watch the big game. We’ve got it narrowed down for you this weekend.
Whether you’re a diehard Pats or Rams fan, an indifferent Cowboys fan or you’re just there to watch the commercials, here’s what local Fort Worth hotspots have planned for Super Bowl 2019.
This outdoor bar and restaurant boasts having the largest dog-friendly patio in the West Seventh Street area, so bring your furry friends to America Gardens’ watch party on Sunday. From 5 p.m. to 11 p.m, expect an all-you can-eat, four-course buffet featuring BLT bites and pulled pork sliders as the main. If the game gets boring, America Gardens has a lawn full of outdoor games and a fully stacked drink menu to keep you busy.
If you want a more traditional tailgate, The Durty Crow on Crockett Street is grilling burgers, hot dogs and smoked brisket in the parking lot while the game is projected inside. The event starts at 3 p.m. to get a head start on all of the game’s festivities.
Starting right at kickoff is BAR 2909’s Super Sunday Watch Party. Until the bar runs out, get your fill on all-you-can-eat game day treats and domestic beer starting at $3, all while watching the game on a 120-inch big screen and what BAR 2909 calls “bone-crushing overhead sound.”
Head over to Live! Arena in Arlington at 4 p.m. to watch the game on a 100-foot screen, while partaking in games and giveaways. Its largest giveaway, the Tailgate Package, features a TV, a tent, coolers and chairs for one lucky winner.
The Magnolia Avenue bar will have a double feature starting at 5 p.m. — a watch party and after-party featuring DJ Ronnie Heart. Expect free food and drink specials, and starting at 9 p.m., all drinks (excluding top shelf) are half off.