February 1  |  Local Events, Our Communities


The Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Fort Collins

One of the best aspects of the Super Bowl is the fun social environment that exists while watching the game alongside friends and family members. Naturally, such an environment attracts beer and greasy food, which makes the experience all the more enjoyable. So, what places in Northern Colorado host all of the abovementioned Super Bowl necessities? Thankfully, we did some digging and discovered some of the best bars for watching the game in the Northern Colorado area.

Some establishments have food or drink specials up their sleeves, and others are just downright wonderful environments for such an occasion. Read on and find the perfect place to spend your Super Bowl Sunday cheering on the Broncos. Wherever you go, you’re guaranteed to drink quality beer, stuff your face with delicious food and scream and yell with perfect strangers. Because what would football be without high-fives and stranger hugs?

Avogadro's Number

Avogadro’s Number

Super Bowl Sunday Hours: 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Location: 605 South Mason Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524

Phone Number: 970-493-5555

This live-music venue does it all in the food department — from breakfast to lunch to dinner. Their menu is catered to the healthy eater with lots of veggie options (plus you can veganize any dish!) but they offer delicious pizzas and hearty sandwiches as well. Avogradro’s Number is playing the game on their big screen in the entertainment room on Super Bowl Sunday. Plus they’re offering $2.75 Fat Tire drafts!

Avogrado’s sure knows how to entertain the masses any day of the year, and that definitely applies to their Super Bowl Sunday party.


CB and Potts

 

C.B. & Potts Restaurant & Brewery

Super Bowl Sunday Hours: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.

Location: 1415 West Elizabeth Street Fort Collins, CO 80521

Phone Number: 970-221-1139

Many Colorado State University graduates have fond memories of C.B. & Potts going all the way back to their start almost 40 years ago, because of its proximity to campus. The original location expanded to seven locations in the state of Colorado, two of which are in Fort Collins.

This is the place to go to watch any game because of the exceptional food (including burgers, steaks and seafood) and top-of-the-line beers. In fact, C.B. & Potts began brewing their own beer in 1996, and thus began their contribution to the evolution of the craft beer industry. Their brewers are focused on creating the freshest and most “drinkable” beers out there, which has earned them over 100 prestigious medals.

C.B. & Potts’ local roots and successful growth throughout the state is proof that they’re worth a visit — especially on an action-packed day like Super Bowl Sunday.


 

Old Chicago

Old Chicago

Super Bowl Sunday Hours: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.

Fort Collins Locations:

  1. 147 South College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80524
  2. 4709 South Timberline Road, Fort Collins, CO 80528

Phone Numbers:

  1. 970-482-8599
  2. 970-207-9456

Old Chicago specializes in a positive game-day environment, with huge flatscreen HD televisions located above the bar and others scattered throughout the restaurant. But you can also expect some of the best pizza and beer around. With five locations in Northern Colorado, you can find the closest one to you, or the one located in your favorite town.

Beer enthusiasts have praised Old Chicago’s world-class craft beer selection since 1976. And if you need some assistance in this area, Old Chicago can help you learn how to taste beer. With knowledge like that, you can trust their beer quality and selection. If you’re headed to their Old Town location to watch the Super Bowl, check out their menu ahead of time to get an idea of their offerings and pricing. Or find the location nearest you to see their menu!

Whichever location you choose, you can know you’ll be in good hands with Old Chicago.


The Red Zone at Pumphouse Brewery

The Red Zone Sports Bar at the Pumphouse Brewery

Super Bowl Sunday Hours: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Location: 540 Main Street, Longmont, CO 80501

Phone Number: 303-702-0881

The Red Zone Sports Bar is the perfect destination for sports fans, as it contains over 29 large flatscreen HD TVs, pool tables, pinball machines and other arcade games. This contemporary and airy sports bar offers the same incredible food and beverages as the Pumphouse, but in a more casual and upbeat environment.

You can see the game in full view because of the televisions in view at every turn. You’ll get a selection of food perfect for pairing with your favorite brew. This seems like a wonderful lineup for your Super Bowl Sunday plans.


Road 34

Road 34

Super Bowl Sunday Hours: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Location: 1213 West Elizabeth Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521

Phone Number: 970-491-9934

Let’s break away from a traditional sports bar with a visit to Road 34. Gather ‘round one of their long wooden tables to bond with strangers and be a part of the action. Road 34 also has pool tables, arcade games and a front patio for the warmer days ahead. But probably the most notable piece of information about this place is fact that it doubles as a bike shop. Well, there’s one right next door! With beer and bikes all in one place, it doesn’t get much more “Fort Collins” than this.

On Super Bowl Sunday, Road 34 is offering their standard all-day happy hour, plus a $15 nachos with a micro pitcher special! This is the perfect time to try something new and steer clear of the typical sports bar experience. You’re sure to have a blast at Road 34.


Trailhead Tavern

Trailhead Tavern

Super Bowl Sunday Hours: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.

Location: 148 West Mountain Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80524

Phone Number: 970-221-5757

The Trailhead Tavern is a well-loved bar in the heart of Old Town offering 14 beers on tap, including some local craft beer favorites, and full lunch and dinner menus. Their hiking theme means they are prepared for refueling and replenishing calories, which is necessary due to all the jumping and screaming you’ll be doing while watching the Super Bowl.

During the Super Bowl, Trailhead Tavern is offering $2 pints of PBR, $2.50 select micro pints, and a “dozen wings and a pitcher” special that starts at $16. Due to these great deals and the fun atmosphere tested and approved of for years, this is the place to be on Sunday.


Washington's Sports Bar

Washington’s Sports Bar & Grill

Super Bowl Sunday Hours:

Location: 132 Laporte Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80524

Phone Number: 970-484-3989

Washington’s Sports Bar & Grill is another Old Town favorite as it has become a staple for good food and an exciting nightlife destination. And the excitement will only increase with the Super Bowl game playing in the background!

With a large menu focused on their exceptional burgers, they have everything you’ll crave during the game. Pair your meal with a brew that fits your style and you’ll be good to go. Or grab a few $3.50 Bud and Bud Lights available all day on Sunday! During commercial breaks (although that’s sometimes the best part), play some air hockey, pool, shuffle board or other arcade games to pass the time.


William Oliver's

William Oliver’s

Super Bowl Sunday Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 2 a.m.

Location: 2608 South Timberline Road, Fort Collins, CO 80525

Phone Number: 970-680-3726

William Oliver’s long hours every day means they know how to party 24/7. But more importantly, this locally owned and operated pub focuses on supporting other local businesses by offering a vast array of Colorado-made products. Grab a drink from their 24-page drink menu and choose from their delicious food selection.

William Oliver’s is offering several game day specials, including their BOGO beer and hotdog special (buy any beer and get a free hotdog), $2 off Bushmill’s Ginger Tea cocktail, and $3 whiskey pours. This classy and local-centric environment makes for the perfect place to watch the game.

Go Broncos!

Whatever you do, wherever you are, whoever you’re cheering for — you’re bound to have a fun time at one of the abovementioned establishments. But might we submit that you’ll have a little more fun if you are cheering for the Broncos?

PHOTOS COURTESY OF: Avogadro’s Number, C.B. & Potts, Frisco Inn on Galena, Copper Mountain, The Coloradoan, The Red Zone at Pumphouse Brewery, Road 34, Trailhead Tavern, Washington’s Sports Bar, William Oliver’s and The Rocky Mountain Collegian


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