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Where To Watch The Big Game This Sunday

 

Whether you call it the Big Game, the Superb Owl or you dare utter its actual name, the Super Bowl this Sunday is the ultimate cause to call in sick on a Monday. And wouldn’t you know it — there are plenty of places around Dallas ready to throw a party to celebrate two teams that play in stadiums that are more than 1,600 miles on average from city hall. Whatever, go Pats/Rams!

With dozens of TVs, this is sports bar nirvana at the Omni. Get here early as it’s first-come, first-serve for tables, but with the sound on and no entry fees, there’s no reason to wait. Get the Feed Zeke platter to feast. (Photo by The Owners Box)

Doors open at noon, so you might not even remember the score by the end of the game, but there’ll be food trucks and craft beer galore. Wear either team’s jersey and the first pint is on Community. (Photo by Community Beer Company)

Let’s be honest: The game is just an excuse to get together and party. FCBC understands that, which is why they’re hosting trivia with free prizes from 2 to 4 plus food from LUCK from 2 to 9. Will they have the ping-pong table out? Very likely. (Photo by FCBC)

This Superb Owl party has $3 drafts and $6 flatbreads all evening plus $0.53 wings. Get it? Because if we were counting just how many Superb Owls this had been in a row, it would be LIII. No idea why we just used Roman numerals…

You can go experience Happiest Hour’s downstairs patio for free and enjoy 25 TVs and beer tower specials on Sunday, but we recommend springing for the VIP package so you can party on the covered rooftop patio with an all-you-can-eat buffet plus speciality drinks for purchase from Garrison Brothers. (Photo by Happiest Hour)

Head to LBC for beer from them and pizza from Little Red Pie Shack. For $15 enjoy 2 beers and a pizza or for $20 get 2 beers, a pizza and dough sticks. What’s better than pizza and beer? NOTHING. (Photo by Lakewood Brewing)

Go to Lower Greenville for a free watch party with comfy seats, humongous screens and concert-quality sound. Makes sense, right? Grab domestics for $3 and get the nacho bar for $7. (Photo by Granada Theater)

Three Links is hosting its fifth annual Super Chili Bowl party with a live performance by Eleven Hundred Springs’ Matt Hillyer. There are three categories of chili: Texas and two other inferior versions that’ll likely have beans in them plus squares to play for the game. (Photo by Three Links)

If you find yourself near Trinity Groves, the neighborhood’s new brewery will have the game on all 13 TVs with $3 brews. Rock your NFL gear and get 10% off. (Photo by Steam Theory Brewing)

The Bomb Factory is teaming up with The Ticket for this free and family-friendly watch party in Deep Ellum. They’ll have a massive screen to go with concert-quality surround sound, plus giveaways and games. (Photo by The Bomb Factory)

Noble Rey is making you feel right at home with a potluck by grilling out hot dogs and encouraging everyone to bring their favorite dish to the brewery. Grab $3 Eagle Tears and Sex in a Canoes plus enter a raffle for 2019 mug club membership. It’s the ultimate house party, just at a brewery. (Photo by NRBC)

Sure the game and commercials are a big deal, but everyone knows the hottest action is the Puppy Bowl. Head to MUTTS with your fur friend at 1 PM for a watch party as Team Ruff and Team Fluff square off. Win or lose, they’re all good dogs. (Photo by MUTTS)