The Super Bowl is this Sunday, February 2nd and Austin has a ton of great options for getting off your couch and watching it in the company of others! From drink specials to massive buffets and novelty football helmet cups—we’re here to help you make this a game to remember (even if you’re just in it for the commercials).


Time: 4–10 p.m. | first come, first served

Why We Like It: We love that they have indoor and outdoor seating options, a special menu just for Super Bowl Sunday (they’ll also have their regular menu). Most importantly, they’ll have happy hour prices on beer, wine, and margaritas.

Corner Bar

Time: 3 p.m.–2 a.m. | first come, first served

Why We Like It: There are so many things to love, including their Super Bowl Punch served in helmets (pictured above), $3 Michelob bottles, and $10 Bud Light pitchers all day. Come hungry, they’ll have free barbecue starting at 3 p.m. until they run out with any $10 tab. They’ll also be giving away a big screen TV during the third quarter!


Time: 11 a.m.–10 p.m. | first come, first served

Why We Like It: How could you not love the gorgeous patio at Loro? They only offer their ribs on Sundays and Mondays, which are the perfect game day snack.

Lefty’s Brick Bar

Time: 4–11 p.m. | Must purchase tickets 

Why We Like It: For $20 they’re offering an ALL YOU CAN EAT food menu, which will include wings, fries, chips, seven layer dip, hot dogs, and beyond!

Cover 2 and Cover 3

Time: 4 p.m.–2 a.m.

Why We Like It: They’re a sports bar so they’ll certainly have no shortage of TVs. We’d argue their food is among the best “bar food” in Austin and the wine list isn’t bad either!

Sway Westlake

Time: 4–10 p.m.

Why We Like It: You’re probably going here because you want to do something for the super bowl but nothing too crazy. The view from the patio is arguably one of the best west of downtown. For eats, we recommend the Son-In-Law.

Hatchet Alley

Time: all day | walk-ins welcome

Why We Like It: They’re offering $10 axe throwing and $5 football bowling and it’s BYOB.

Central Standard

Time: all day | walk-ins welcome

Why We Like It: Hot chicken, hush puppies, plus a Bloody Mary raw bar with over 20 accoutrements has us saying, “see ya Sunday!” Plus, they have great viewing options both indoors and outdoors.

Revelry on the Boulevard

Time: 4–11:30 p.m.

Why We Like It: $20 for ALL YOU CAN EAT tacos and a salsa bar by Chef Dominique Labeaud (previously sous chef at VOX Table). Plus they’ll be doing a whole pig roast and giving away a big screen TV.





In her previous life, Kristy was an uninspired realtor who was feeling a little bit bored with her day to day. So on January 1, 2010, she made a New Year’s resolution to write about one thing to do each day in her beloved city of Austin, Texas. And thus, 365 Things Austin was born.