10 Best Places to Watch Super Bowl LII at the Shore
You don't have to parade down Broad Street this weekend to join in the Super Bowl excitement. The Shore has everything you need! We have compiled a list of the best food and drink spots to serve up an excellent Super Bowl experience.
Fly, Eagles, Fly!
A staple within the local community, Gregory’s never misses the mark on giving the people what they want. With a private screening of the game in the dining room, $2.50 select drafts, and Sunday food specials, you’ll have your game-day basics more than covered.
If their famous wings aren’t enough to bring you in, Charlie’s is also offering $2 Bud Light cans, $3 Bud Light bottles, and $3 Heinekens to wash them down with. Nothing truly says “Super Bowl” like hot wings and beer!
$2 Bud and Miller Lite, $1 off Tito’s drinks, and prizes at the end of every quarter: need we say more? Robert’s Place is keeping it simple and affordable so nothing will distract you from catching every play. Oh, and did we mention their buffalo shrimp? They may be better than actual wings.
If you’re looking for the whole nine yards, Maynard’s will be hosting their 52nd Annual Super Bowl Party—complete with a complimentary buffet, Bud Light girls, drink and food deals, and Bayou Rum representatives.
Sometimes, you need a step up from bar food—Bocca understands. While their regular menu is sure to please, they are also running food specials all day. $2.50 domestic drafts, game inspired shot deals, and giveaways drive home the deal.
Sea Isle City
If, for you, the words “Super Bowl” bring to mind equal cravings of sports and food, The Lobster Loft has you covered. Their $15 all-you-can-eat buffet includes roast beef, broiled or fried flounder, and—of course—lots of wings!
Lobster Loft's sister-bar, LaCosta, is following their lead with a complimentary buffet, $3 domestics, and $5 drinks tackles every Super Bowl need.
Don’t be caught without your green on at Mountain Bar—they’ll be serving up Philly-themed drink specials including $3.25 PHLite, green Miller and Coors Lite, “The Victory” and “Eagles Lemonade” cocktails, and a “Foles’ Shot” which consists of Jameson, sour mix, peach schnapps, and Sierra Mist.
Vagabond Bleeds Green! Catch the big game with an award winning menu (featured on Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives) and great drink specials. Make sure to reserve your table as they are expecting a large local crowd to cheer on the Eagles!
Chris Long isn’t the only generous Philly fan giving back to his community. The Princeton is having their 15th Annual Super Bash—a charity Super Bowl event which raises money for the Friend-in-Need Organization. Help them reach their goal and you’ll have two events to celebrate: community outreach and an Eagles’ win (fingers crossed)!
And if all else fails…
Chickie’s & Pete’s (Egg Harbor Township) and Buffalo Wild Wings (Mays Landing) never disappoint when it comes to wings, beer, company, and plenty of team spirit.