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13 Best Places to Watch Super Bowl LVII in Sydney | Man of Many

Our list of the best Super Bowl 2023 venues in Sydney goes like this.

Best Places to Watch Super Bowl LVII  in Sydney at a Glance

This one is for you diehard NFL fans. If you want to watch the Super Bowl LVII live, large and loud then the Star Casino’s 24/7 Sports Bar is the place to be. We had a chance to hang out last year, and with over 50 TVs and a massive 36 square metre mega screen, you’ll be spoilt for choice for the big game. If you’re feeling adventurous there’s the annual Hotdog Eating Competition, live entertainment, special guests, and beverage specials. This is THE place to be in Sydney, and walk-ins are welcome.

1. 24/7 Sports Bar – The Star Sydney

A favourite of the team here at Man of Many, Forrester’s opens its doors at 9 am for an early morning pre-game session before the big game. Multiple TVs around the bar will be playing the game, and there’s a seriously tasty special offer on the day. For $40pp, Forry’s Super Bowl Viewing Party package will get you a Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and Chicken Wings on arrival, AND a half-time Cheeseburger with chips. But wait, there’s more. How about $30 PBR buckets and the option to add on a 2-hour beverage package? Tables can be booked via the link below.

2. Forresters

If you’re looking to make a group booking come Super Bowl Monday in Sydney, Cargo Bar has you covered with a full food and drinks package deal. They’re offering an ‘Owners Box Seats’ package in the lounge bar where you can watch the game from your very own private balcony booth with your own TV, sound, and are bookable for groups of 20 or more from $79pp. This price includes a 3-hour beverage package (ALL tap beers and ciders, bottles of Budweiser and select wines), plus a choice of Kransky Hot Dog or Philly Cheesesteak (one per person) served with UNLIMITED sides (chips, onions rings and wings) during the game! Seriously good value for money.

3. Cargo Bar

If a waterside viewing experience is what you’re seeking come Super Bowl Monday in Sydney, Henley’s Bar & Kitchen should be on your radar. Located in Darling Harbour, the venue is offering American brews, including Brooklyn Brewery’s Pulp Art Hazy IPA, for $10 a pint for the duration of the game. If you’re getting toey, we suggest you grab the TWO pints of American beer and New York-style Kransky Hot Dog deal for $39pp.

4. Henley’s Bar & Kitchen

Super Bowl LVII at the Oxford Tavern kicks off at 10 am on Monday 13 February 2023 and with a limited menu that includes American burgers, nachos & BBQ plates available to devour alongside a range of US craft beers the ‘Tav is serving up a serious Superbowl session. Bookings can be made below, but walk-ins are welcome.

5. Oxford Tavern

Touchdown at El Camino Cantina for Super Bowl LVII this year and treat yourself to their annual Super Bowl Party broadcast across 11 screens. Returning to the lineup is the Quarterback Pack with bottomless tacos and wings, plus two hours of signature margaritas, beer, wine & soft drinks for $89pp. Walk-ins are welcome, although we highly recommend booking via the link below. Doors open at 10 am.

6. El Camino Cantina

The Shelbourne Hotel is one of the best places in Sydney CBD to watch the NFL Super Bowl each year. Be warned, it’s always at total capacity, but the sell-out crowd is packed with NFL fans dying to watch on the big projector screens. Specials on the day include;  $15 Bowls of Hot Wings, $15 Bad Ass Bloody Mary Cocktails, $25 Beer Jugs, and $35 Corona Buckets. If you’re planning on getting in early, the $35pp package includes a breakfast burrito and your first drink.

7. Shelbourne Hotel

8. The Erko Hotel

Doors open at 9 am for a little morning session at The Erko before the game starts at 10:30 am Sydney time. Specials include $25 buckets of all-American Beers, loaded fries, wings and a whole lot more American food specials. Spots are filling up fast, so get a wriggle on and book a table for you and your group by clicking the link below.

9. Coogee Bay Hotel

With one of the best beer gardens in all of Sydney, there really isn’t a better place to have a Monday morning hootenanny. Doors open from 9 am on Monday, so head on inside the infamous Selinas and watch it live and loud on the big screen. The CBH is running free general admission for the Super Bowl, however, there aren’t any food and drink packages available. Expect some of the best chicken wings in Sydney and a plethora of classic American eats including hot dogs.

10. Hotel Steyne

For those American Football fans north of the bridge, you really can’t go past the Hotel Steyne in Manly. The beer’s cold, the crowd’s flaring and the screen is enormous. Be sure to get down early to secure a spot and catch the official NFL Trophy fresh in from the USA as it’s showcased (alongside some security guards). After the game, we recommend heading across the esplanade to the beach for a sober-up swim.
Merivale has drawn Super Bowl interest at a host of venues this year, celebrating the day of hotdogs and beer with a special offer across a number of its venues. Round up your mates and catch the 57th annual Super Bowl (and RiRi’s halftime show) at any of the venues listed below and take advantage of $30 buckets of beer, $10 Jim Beam peach iced tea cocktails, and American-inspired menus at participating venues. Get down early, and you’ll find buckets of beer going for $25 pre-kick-off.

11. Merivale Super Bowl Venues

Those in Sydney’s East looking for a beer garden atmosphere with a great view of the game should check out The Light Brigade for Super Bowl LVII. Doors open from 10 am, so you can start your week right with the ground floor offering $25 Bud Buckets, $10 Bloody Marys, and all the action on a massive 103-inch plasma. Upstairs, The Brigade Bistro on Level 1 will be slinging $30 tickets that are redeemable for food and drink on the day, bookings only.

12. The Light Brigade

If you work in the city and are looking for a cheeky place to catch the game on the commute in – you can’t go past Hotel Harry’s. Established in 1912, this joint has seen a lot of debauchery in its tenure at the edge of Surry Hills but a recent renovation took things up a level. We’re sure Super Bowl Monday will be no different, with a range of beers alongside a hall-of-fame menu that includes a breakfast burrito, hot wings, and KC BBQ Roll. This is as authentic as Super Bowl venues get in Sydney.

13. Hotel Harry

Super Bowl LVI (57) will occur on Monday, February 13 at 10:30 am.

What Time Does the 2023 Super Bowl Start in Australia?

With such an early kick-off, you’ll want to be parked up with a Bud Light and a bucket of wings ready for kickoff. Across Sydney, pubs and sports bars are throwing their doors open early to ensure that you won’t miss a second of the action. We’ve gone ahead and compiled a list of the best places to watch the Super Bowl in all its glory. Our list takes into account food and beverage options, price points, and more importantly, the number of TVs showing the event so you don’t miss a second of the action. After years of “research” and spending plenty of time out of the office on Mondays, we’ve come up with a list of our favourites.

How Man of Many Chose the Best Super Bowl Venues in Sydney

Where to watch the Super Bowl in Sydney?

Most Sports Bars and Pubs will open early on Super Bowl Monday to show the big game from 9am.

Who will host Super Bowl 56?

Super Bowl LIV will be hosted by California's SoFi Stadium, home of LA Rams.

Who is playing in Super Bowl 56?

The Cincinnati Bengals will take on the Los Angeles Rams.

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