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San Diego Guide to Super Bowl LIII

Wherever your loyalties lie—Rams or Pats—these five places don’t mind; dig in on all the game-day eats, plus deets on viewing parties


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Game day dreams come true with happy hour specials all day long. Take your pick from menu favorites, including the Bacon + Blue Burger with housemade maple bourbon bacon or Bavarian pretzel sticks with IPA whole-grain mustard, and take in the game with a 100-inch projection screen at the La Jolla location or on one of their 50 flat screens at the Carlsbad location.

4282 Esplanade Court, La Jolla
5958 Avenida Encinas, Carlsbad

 

Harrah’s Resort Southern California

Head to The Events Center, decked out with a jumbo LED screen, tons of tailgating snacks, bar specials, VIP luxury couch areas, and plush recliners that’ll leave you feeling like you’re hovering above the field itself.

777 Harrah’s Rincon Way, Funner

 

The Morning After

The new morning eatery will host a Big Game brunch and viewing party with 12 high-definition TVs beginning at 7 a.m. The featured brunch and beverage offerings include The Game Plan (two eggs served any style with low-country grits, housemade biscuits, and a choice of applewood bacon or sausage patties) and The Hail Mary (a housemade bloody mary mix with a Tajín rim).

531 F Street, Gaslamp Quarter

 

Searsucker

Del Mar might be known for its beautiful coastal views, but on Sunday Searsucker is rebranding its outdoor space for all eyes on the pigskin showdown. Catch the game outdoors at the covered back bar and lounge, or post up inside for the action. They’ve got every game-day snack you could imagine, plus a whole bourbon-roasted pig with all the fixings.

12995 El Camino Real, Del Mar

 

Theatre Box

Gaslamp’s new entertainment complex is hosting viewing parties at Sugar Factory American Brasserie and inside its dine-in luxury cinema, with featured food and beverage packages like a tailgate-style buffet at the brasserie, including chicken wings, sliders, onion rings, and more.

701 Fifth Avenue, Gaslamp Quarter

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