Super Bowl Sunday Bites in San Diego

February 2, 2018Blog, Things to do

For some people, the Super Bowl means more than just football. Tom Brady might be cute, but cheeseburger sliders are pretty cute too. If you’re not into football and just in it for the snacks and commercials, we’ve got a list of the best parties for foodies and football fans alike. Keep scrolling for the best Super Bowl bites in San Diego this Sunday!


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Patriot’s fans, head down to Werewolf for their 2nd annual Brady Brunch Super Bowl party, a hilarious homage to Tom Brady and the team. Werewolf will be keeping the party going with Back to Back CHAMPaign bottles for just $24 and a full spread of New England themed brunch dishes. Try their Gronk Cakes (named after the one and only Rob Gronkowski), Biscuits and Brady, Edelman’s Hash, or the GOAT Pork Belly Benedict. From 8 am till 2 pm, Werewolf will be the hottest pregame in downtown. Fill your belly before you plop on the couch to watch the game!

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West Coast Tavern

North Park

If you’re actually interested in seeing the game, West Coast Tavern has a jumbo football screen that will ensure you see every second of the game. Just in it for the appetizers and drinks, West Coast has you covered too! From 3:30 pm to 7 pm, West Coast will have $4 well drinks, drafts, and house wine, $7 specialty cocktails, $7 select appetizers, and a few Super Bowl inspired dishes. If you like chili, definitely come try their exclusive 12-hour slow cooked Gameday Chili made with ground beef, pork, and chorizo. The chili goes great with their Loaded IPA Bratwurst or Loaded Chili Cheese Fries, which are topped with beef chili, cheddar cheese, diced the red onion and chipotles sour cream. Already have plans? Our North Park Walking Tour ends right next to West Coast Tavern every Sunday at 2 pm.


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University Heights

Beerfish brings modern coastal cuisine to University Heights. Located on Adams Ave. right next to Polite Provisions, this cute fish-centric spot is the perfect place to see the Patriots or Eagles win the Super Bowl. This Sunday, Beerfish is flying in tons of fresh Louisiana crawfish for the game. Is there anything better than fresh crawfish on gameday? We don’t think so. The crawfish will be served from 3 pm till 8 pm, but don’t wait until last minute because they could run out. If crawfish isn’t your thing, Beerfish has other seafood dishes that will satisfy your cravings. You can never go wrong with an order of Disco Fries, which are covered in bacon and chowder, or the Fish ‘N Chips Burrito.


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Draft Republic


If you’re looking for a TV to watch the game, look no further than Draft Republic in Carlsbad. This modern sports bar is packed with 50 flat screen tv’s, so you’ll never miss a commercial or touchdown. For Super Bowl Sunday,  Draft Republic is offering the Tailgate Plate, which comes with House Smoked Ribs, Buffalo Chicken Lollipops, Dirty Fries, and Buffalo Cauliflower for just $24.95. Draft will be offering their happy hour deals all day long, which means your pitchers just got cheaper. Take $2 off any one of their 101 rotating taps while you watch the game.


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The Deck at Moonshine Flats


The Deck at Moonshine Flats is going all out for Super Bowl Sunday with their Super Sunday tailgate party. Beginning at 11 am, The Deck will be abuzz with hourly giveaways and prizes, as well as delicious American food. Start your afternoon with Smothered Brisket Fries (shown above), Tri-Tip Biscuit Sliders, or the Smoked Bacon Wrapped Jalapeño Poppers. Drink specials include $20 Coors Light buckets, $25 Saint Archer buckets, $7 White Girl Rosé, $6 Jim Bean drinks and $12 bottles of champagne. Look no further than The Deck if you’re trying to party from mid-morning into the night!

Happy Super Bowl Sunday foodies! Who are you rooting for? What’s your favorite Super Bowl snack? We’d love to hear all about it on our Facebook page!


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