All football lovers know that the 2014 annual Super Bowl is taking place this Sunday, Feb. 2. Whether you’re a Seahawks fan or a Broncos fan, you need to make sure you have plans for this epic football night. Featured below are five fun ideas for places to kick back in the Valley and cheer on your favorite team.
1. American Junkie
Don’t miss out on American Junkie’s Superbowl special! Voted “Best Party Bar” in AZ Foothill’s Best of Our Valley competition, American Junkie is always a great time. This will be a fun place to be Sunday!
For more information on American Junkie, visit http://americanjunkieaz.com
2. Papago Brewery
Beer and football go perfectly together. What better place to watch the Super Bowl than at Papago Brewery? Voted “Best Beer Brewery” in AZ Foothill’s Best of Our Valley competition you are bound to find one of your favorite tap beers among the over 30 beers on tap and and 500 different bottled beers.
For more information, visit http://papagobrewing.com .
3. Taste of Tops
Taste of tops is another awesome place to grab a drink with your friends for the game. If you’re a craft beer lover, this is the place for you. Taste of Tops was voted “Best Craft Beer Bar” in AZ Foothill’s Best of Our Valley competition, and has one of the best selections in the country of beer, wine and spirits. It’s BYOF, so grab a pizza and go enjoy the Super Bowl with America’s finest at Taste of Tops!
For more information on Taste of Tops, visit http://www.topsliquors.com/.
4. Phoenix Mayor Stanton Hosts Super Pool Party
This may take place on a Sunday, but it is an afternoon you cannot afford to miss! This upcoming Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m., come soak up some sun rays with the Arizona Cardinals players. Players Alameda Ta’amu, Franks Sanders, Anthony Clement and the Arizona Rattlers cheerleaders are among the many esteemed guests in attendance. Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton invites the public to attend this Super Pool Party at Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar Phoenix’s LUSTRE Rooftop Garden at CityScape in Phoenix to celebrate the countdown to Super Bowl XLIX, coming to the Valley next year. This event is free and open to the public to guests 21 and older.
For more information, call 480-478-1765.
5. Goldies Neighborhood Sports Café
Home to high definition flat screens, pool and shuffleboard, great drinks and food and fantastic staff, Goldies Neighborhood Sports Café is the ideal place to watch the Super Bowl this year. Be sure to grab all your friends and head down to this sports bar this Sunday to cheer on your favorite team!
For more information on Goldies, please visit http://goldiessportscafe.net/sports.html.