Whether you decide to root for the New England Patriots or the Los Angeles Rams in this year’s Super Bowl, we won’t judge, you may need a place to spend your time while doing so. Here are just a few ideas of where you could be enjoying your evening. Some of these options are even kid friendly!
Champps Kitchen + Bar
With a family atmosphere, Champps Kitchen + Bar is the perfect place to take the kiddos to catch the big game. Champps began in Minnesota and since then they have expanded to our very own Indianapolis. They continue to hold true to their values of made to order American comfort foods. With exclusive offers available, head on over to their website to make your reservations.
BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse
Attached to the Greenwood Park Mall, BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse is another family friendly place to watch the big game. It’s a place to enjoy tasty food, great beer and a cool atmosphere. No matter what team you decide to cheer on, the one thing you can bond over is the food. This is just one of BJ’s five locations to choose from, so pick the one that’s right for you.
Matt The Miller’s Tavern
Located in Carmel Indiana, Matt The Miller’s Tavern is a family friendly American style tavern. Leave your worries at the door and bring your friends and family to enjoy the big game. With a wonderful children’s menu, there is something here for the whole family. Head on over to their website to make your reservation today.
This sports bar gives you access to a state of the art audio system and several plasma and flat screen HDTV’s for viewing, making High Velocity a prime choice for the big game. They even have first rate private dining rooms for viewing parties while you feast on delicious food and drinks that are sure to quench your thirst. Visit their website to make your reservations today.
Kilroy’s Bar N’ Grill
One of the first things you’ll see when you walk through the door are the TV’s that line the walls from top to bottom at this sports bar in Broad Ripple. This is the place you’ll want to catch the game, where you can sip on their famous flavored Long Island ice teas and their delicious stuffed breadsticks. Bring your appetite and cheer for your favorite team. It’s always a good time at Kilroy’s.
Old Pro’s Table
Known as the oldest sports bar in Broad Ripple, Old Pro’s Table is the center of both night and day life. Also known as OPT, you could watch the big game alongside pool tables, a jukebox and even a fireplace. Chill out in front of one of their 18 high definition TV’s while you fill up on pub grub and cheer your team on to victory. There is something here for every sports fan.
Hard Truth Hills
Although this one is a little further out, Hard Truth Hills in Nashville is worth the trip. Located on 325 acres of wooded hills, this restaurant and bar is unlike any other. They craft their beer on site and their carry out specials for the big game start on January 31st and last until the day of. Power chairs are even available for guests with accessibility needs. This is a place where family and friends are put first. Check it out and make your reservations today.
So, whether you want a kid friendly environment or just a good old fashioned pub scene, this list offers some pretty awesome ideas. Even if you’re just there to watch Maroon 5 in the halftime show, these places are still for you. What are some of your game day traditions? Tell us in the comments below.