12 Austin bars to get the best Super Bowl food and drink deals

 

Super Bowl 50 between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers is set to kick off at 5:30 pm on Sunday. Whether you’re watching the game to root for your favorite team, enjoy the overpriced commercials or you just love the food and drinks, here are some of the best spots in Austin to grab a brew and a few bites for one of America’s favorite traditions.

 

Gourdough’s Public House

Gourdough's

 

Gourdough’s will be serving up their delicious doughnuts and their full menu and offering up a FREE order of wings per each table.  For more information and to make reservations visit Gourdough’s Public House.

2700 South Lamar | 209 West 5th Street

 

Punch Bowl Social

Punch bowl front

Punch Bowl Social Austin is Super Bowl Ready. Are you? Give yourself the day off and leave the party planning and hosting to the experts (even better – no post entertaining cleanup necessary). On Sunday, February 7, gather the gang and get in the football groove – no matter which team you may be rooting for. With plenty of screens, craft cocktails, sharable punches, and scratch kitchen menu items, Punch Bowl Social has something for every fan including: 50% off wings, 50% off chips & salsa, $5 for an old man can & brat (Bud, Coors, Lone Star or Pearl), drink samples from Lone Star and Tullamore Dew Whiskey.

11310 Domain Dr, Austin, TX 78758

 

Pluckers

pluckers

 

Pluckers Wing Bar is the perfect place to watch the Super Bowl, with five locations in Austin and a plethora of HD TVs to capture every moment of the game. Reservations are not required, but encouraged. Reservations are $5 per person at Rio Grande location and $10 at the other Austin locations.  Additionally, Pluckers will be giving one lucky fan the ultimate prize of free Pluckers for a year. Fans will be asked to like and share Pluckers’ Super Bowl post on Facebook and comment with what they think the final score will be. From there, Pluckers will select a winner from those who guessed the correct score

5 Locations in Austin – www.pluckers.com

 

Salvation Pizza

Salvation new menu 3

During the Super bowl, celebrate the return of 10 cent wings (increments of 6) with the purchase of any salad or a small/large pie.  Available for dine-in only at Salvation’s Rainey Street location.  They’ll also have a Super Bowl delivery/pickup special – Buy 4 Large pies and get 12 hot wings @ Rainey St or 2 orders of Meatball appetizer @ 34th St.

2 Locations in Austin

Star Bar

star bar

Star Bar will be doing their first “Hail Mary” of the season for Super Bowl Sunday, and taking table reservations at gm@starbartexas.com as well. The towering Bloody Mary features rotating ingredients based on availability (like a slider, cinnamon roll, and chicken nugget)

600 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78701

 

Max’s Wine Dive

Max's Wine Dive - Fried Egg Sandwhich 2

MAX’s Wine Dive Austin will be open Super Bowl Sunday and will broadcast the game on two TVs in the main dining room. Enjoy gameday friendly items such as Pork Stuffed Piquillo Peppers, Bone Marrow Butter Popcorn and Crawfish Hushpuppies. MAX’s also offers $3 beer selections and a comprehensive wine list with $5 wines-by-the-glass.

207 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701

 

Living Room at W Austin 

W Austin Super Bowl

Kick off your game day with an indoor tailgate in The Living Room Bar. Enjoy a special tailgate menu, complimentary game day eats at half time, and primetime happy hour pricing all night long. The veiwing starts at 4PM and Primetime (happy hour) specials will be avialable ALL-NIGHT. Bonus, half time guests will ge to gorge on the giant subs (see below) that will be served complimentary. W Austin will feature their special 3rd & Goal Game Day Eats for pick up & go choose any 3 team faves $42 (each item serves 4) *Must order by 1/31.

200 Lavaca St, Austin, TX 78701

 

Lala’s

lala's

Watch the game at Lala’s and enjoy complimentary chili cheese dogs!  An Austin institution for 43 years, guests can expect the same cheerful holiday lights, tinsel and vintage décor on display year round that Austinites and visitors have grown to love since original owner Frances Lala kept them up after the holidays in 1972.

2207 Justin Ln, Austin, TX 78757

 

Craftsman

craftsman

While airing the game on 3 TVs with sound, Craftsman bar decided to up the ante this year by creating their own SOUPer Bowl for beer and football fans alike. Starting at 6pm, eight renowned craft breweries will face off to create the most appetizing bowl of soup, stew, or chili using one of the breweries’ beers as a vital ingredient. Guests will vote for their favorite bowl, and the winning craft brewery will be crowned the champion and given their own tap handle in Craftsman for the next month.

 

Whisler’s

Army Navy Cocktail

The big game will be shown on screens in the inside and outside bars along with food served from La Barbecue. Oasis Brewery will be making a special wood finished cask and they’ll also have a good old fashioned Superbowl Spread with our House Made Bloody Mary’s and a Mascot inspired cocktail menu!

1816 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702

 

The Brew Exchange

The Brew Exchange is hosting their 4th annual “Super Boil,” with FREE boiled crawfish, door prizes, a postgame DJ, as well as all of the eclectic beer for which the Brew Exchange is known for!

706 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78701

 

Cover 3

Its burger time again! This time at #Cover3 in North Austin for their signature #ChopHouseBurger made perfect with bacon, avocado, lettuce, onions and tomatoes and a side of house made parmesan shoe string fries! One of our favorite sports bar burgers in the #AustinBurgerRoundup #AustinBurgerAlamac! #getinmybelly #burgerporn #BurgersAndBeer #ultimateburger

Cover 3 is the perfect spot to host your Super Bowl party, with the usual assortment of TV’s, upscale and a fantastic selection of drinks, as well, and the 60 foot projection display.

2700 W. Anderson Ln. Ste #202 Austin, TX 78757

 

 

 

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