Super Bowl LIV Watch Parties in Austin

The big game is upon us; leave the snacks & beer to the professionals

As the Chiefs and 49ers face off this Sunday, many local businesses are hosting watch parties. Enjoy buffets, live music, or barbecue with friends instead of staying in. Whether you’re just looking for drinks and wings, or actually care about football, Austin has plenty of venues to watch the big game.

Super Bowl Snacks and Watch Party

Fresa’s, 915 N. Lamar (snacks-to-go only) & 1703 S. First

This Austin original is hosting its third annual Super Bowl watch party at their South First location with a 115-inch LED video wall on the patio, along with multiple screens, happy-hour prizes, and Super Bowl-themed snacks. Pre-order your snacks before 5pm on Feb. 1 or take your chances on getting the goods before they sell out on game day. – Sofia Tasich

Austin Deaf Club Super Bowl Watch Party

8818 Cullen Ln.

The Austin Deaf Club is hosting its annual Super Bowl Party. Starting at 2pm and until the final whistle, they will be providing games and TVs and will be selling $10 chopped beef and sides. Admission is free for members and $5 for nonmembers. Email Roy Jones at if you want more info or want to volunteer. You can also find out more on the event’s Facebook page. – Clarissa Rodríguez-Abrego


The Big Game at Fulton

101 Red River

This bar located inside the main lobby of Downtown’s Fairmont Austin, will, unsurprisingly, be airing the Super Bowl on a 15-by-9-foot projector screen and additional TVs throughout the bar. A special Super Bowl menu will offer all the game-day essentials, so be there by kickoff. – S.T.

Come and Take It Super Bowl Watch Party

2015 E. Riverside, Bldg. 4

Come and Take It Productions is hosting a Super Bowl Watch Party hosted by Crobot, with an acoustic performance by the band after the game. Kickoff is at 5:30pm and a full bar will be available. – Lauren Girgis

Super Bowl Buffet at Hotel Ella

1900 Rio Grande

Hotel Ella is hosting a buffet at their classic American bistro for Super Bowl Sunday. The buffet includes sliders, wings, and dip along with other Super Bowl classics. $7 specialty frozen drinks and cocktails will also be available. Entrance is $35 ($15 for kids 12 and under). – L.G.

Jester King Brewery Super Bowl Watch Party

13187 Fitzhugh Rd.

Watch the Super Bowl on a big screen in the Hill Country barn at Jester King Brewery, where the kitchens will stay open until 9pm and drinks will be available for purchase. – Neelam Bohra

Texas Club Super Bowl Watch Party

4914 Burleson Rd.

Texas Club Bar & Grill is hosting a Super Bowl watch party, so be ready for their free barbecue (yes! You read correctly), $10 domestic buckets, and $3 Fireballs. – C.R.A.

Cover 3 Super Bowl Watch Party

Cover 3, 1717 W. Sixth, 2700 W. Anderson; Cover 2, 13701 Research

Cover 3 is offering their dine-in FAN-tastic Super Bowl feast special and, of course, a watch party for the game. You’re going to want to make reservations at your location ahead of time or risk watching the action on your phone in the parking lot. – S.T.

Super Bowl LIV Watch Party at Toss Pizzeria and Pub

11905 Bee Caves Rd.

The Super Bowl will be playing on 20 screens, where domestic beers will be $3, house wine will be $4, and all draft beers will be $1 off. They have a turf play yard for kids, too! – N.B.

Edwin’s Sports Bar Super Bowl Watch Party

700 E. Sixth

Edwin’s is hosting a Super Bowl watch party starting at 3pm and going till midnight! Enjoy the 54th annual game with what they promise will be a super special menu. You might want to get there early as tables and seating are first come, first served. – C.R.A.

Super Bowl Watch Party at the Balcones Country Club

8600 Balcones Club Dr.

Watch the Super Bowl on the big screen, in the bar, or in the club restaurant. Starting from 5pm, enjoy the buffet, which will include a build-your-own-nacho bar, buffalo wings, a Frito pie station, and chicken nuggets and tots. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children. – N.B.

Super Bowl Watch Party at Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Icehouse

701 W. Sixth

Join the WTFIcehouse annual Super Bowl watch party starting at 5pm. They’ll be running specials and have game sound on so you don’t miss out on anything. Plan on arriving early if you want to secure one of their shareable Casamigos Tequila football helmet margarita pitchers – yes, that’s a thing, and you won’t want to miss it. – C.R.A.

Super Bowl Watch Party at Hanovers 2.0

16912 N. I-35

Watch the big game on Hanover 2.0’s two big-screen projectors or 20 flat-screen TVs. They will provide food from the Rolling Rooster and drink specials, and reserved seating, tables and VIP sections will be available. – N.B.

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