Who Made The List? Best Places To Watch The Super Bowl

If you can’t snag one of the prized tickets to Super Bowl XLVII there are plenty of places to catch all the action.  Thousands of bars across the nation will have their large-screen TVs tuned into to see who takes home the coveted title of The Best NFL Team in the country.

Nightclub & Bar decided to take a look at some exciting places to watch the big game in city where the battle will take place – New Orleans.

Wherever you choose to enjoy the game, make sure to do so with great food and a good beer!


Lucy’s Retired Surfer Bar - Lucy’s is the quintessential surfer’s restaurant and bar… and being in New Orleans just makes it better! Located in the heart of the action in New Orleans’ Warehouse District, Lucy’s is the destination for young professionals, adventure seekers, celebrities, sports figures, the artistically inclined, and “fun lovers” from around the globe.

Walk-Ons Bistreaux & Bar - Walk-On’s has officially become the go-to place for a good time and great food. It’s the perfect place to grab a bite or a beer, party with your friends, or head to before, during or after the game. They host private parties and there is no better place around town to cheer your team on to victory. So when you feel like relaxing or having a little fun, head on over to Walk-Ons.

Finn McCool’s Irish Pub - Games are shown on six screens including a 50 in. Hi-Def plasma and an 8 ft. projector screen. You'll always be in the company of real sports fans who are passionate about their team, no matter who they are.

Cooter Brown’s - Located in the historic Riverbend section of Uptown New Orleans, Cooter Brown's proudly serves over 400 brands of domestic and imported bottled beers. They offer 40 different beers on tap at the front bar and 20 beers on tap at the back bar (which is open during the weekend for games). Cooter Brown's now has 17 flat screens and 2 eight foot drop downs. They offer all the sports packages through Direct TV; including the Big 10 College Package, NFL Package and on Sundays show all NFL games!

Pat O’Brien’s - Pat O'Brien's motto since 1933 has been "Have Fun!" and people from all across the globe have experienced just that throughout its history. From the ambiance of the old French Quarter architecture to the specialty drinks served, always in a logo souvenir glass, Pat O'Brien's can show you how to "Have Fun!"

Jimani Lounge & Restaurant - The key to football food is that it shouldn’t detract from the game or the conversation. The best food for football is quick, hearty, and should always be enjoyed with your favorite brew. 10 Big screen TV’s, a free interactive game that lets you call your favorite teams next play LIVE called QB1 and one of the largest selections of draft and bottled beer in the quarter and you will probably find yourself wondering “why am I not here?”  

Tracey’s Irish Restaurant & Bar - Tracey's was the original Irish Channel bar, established in 1949. It started off four doors down at Constance and Third, but moved to its current location on the corner of Magazine and Third just a few years later. Today, Tracey's has the most TVs (20 to be exact) anywhere in Uptown and is a great place to watch sports and enjoy a luscious po-boy, gourmet soup, delicious salad and more.

The Avenue Pub - The Avenue Pub is located in the historic Lower Garden District of New Orleans – a short streetcar ride from the Central Business District and the French Quarter. Only in New Orleans will you find a beer bar open 24/7. The staff is militant about clean beer lines and proper glassware, so you get the best pint in the city. Choose from more than 47 rotating taps and about as many bottles, all focusing on American beer. Go for an exhaustive introduction to local NOLA Brewing or to people-watch from the balcony.

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