Where are you going to watch the Eagles vs the Chiefs in Super Bowl 57?
Arlington has a ton of options from small venues to large sports bars. We took a tour of 4 places around the city.
If you haven’t already booked your reservation for the Super Bowl Party at Crystal City Sports Pub –– you are too late for the double buffet party on the third floor — you can still join the fun on the first floor where they are accepting people on a first come, first serve basis. So come early! This 3-level venue is a staple of local sports fans.
Want a more neighborhood bar feel? Head to Quinn’s on the Corner in Courthouse. This friendly bar atmosphere is a great choice for Chiefs and Eagles fans alike. Prizes will be given away each quarter so come and enjoy the fun!
Don’t want to hear cheers from fans on the opposing team? Okay Eagles fans, we found a bar just for you! The Renegade in Clarendon is a bi-level venue known for its live music events. They are ALL Eagles though so be prepared. They serve Yuengling Traditional Lager –– a Philly staple, and are known for the owners famous fried chicken. If you want a table, be prepared to come really early. Sorry Chiefs fans. We tried to find a fan bar just for you but given that we are closer to Philadelphia than Kansas City, the odds weren’t good.
Last was a stop at Ballston neighborhood sports bar, First Down Sports Bar & Grill. This is a local favorite. Come watch on one of the multiple TVs around the bar while feasting on wings dipped in one of their many sauce choices. Plan on watching in your own home or hosting a house party? Order First Down wings to go! Be warned, wing orders stop the day before the game.
Want an alternate option for a big venue? The Clarendon Ballroom is hosting a Super Bowl Watch Party with games, a $25 Bottomless Buffet, a 20 foot TV video wall and a 50 foot projector wall. There are even private “tail gate sections” available.
Don’t forget about Lyon Hall, Nighthawk, Texas Jacks Barbeque, Wilson Hardware, Thirsty Bernies, O’Sullivans, the Cowboy Cafe and Courthaus Social — just to name a few.
No matter where you plan on watching the Super Bowl, the important thing to remember is to GET THERE EARLY. If you want to order food and stay home — ORDER EARLY!
May the best team win!
Links & Recommendations
- Lyon Hall
- Texas Jack’s Barbeque
- Wilson Hardware
- Thirsty Bernie
- Cowboy Cafe
- Courthaus Social
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