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The Best Sports Bars for The Super Bowl

Chloe Bruderer

I'm a Utah girl in love with Salt Lake City and everything going on here.

Feb 8 3 minutes read

Legends Sports Pub

677 S 200 W

Salt Lake City, UT 84101

This place is known for it’s friendly staff, a large selection of beer, and the fifty cent wings special they have every Wednesday. Sounds like a place you want to get familiar with right? Everything here is made fresh, and they even have gluten free and vegetarian options. There’s over 20 beers on tap and over 30 local beers to choose from. Sounds like a great place to watch the game right?

Campfire Lodge

837 E 2100 S

Sugarhouse, UT 84106

With an awesome game room and a “hobo style” menu, Campfire Lodge is an experience. I love how they full commit to their name by serving some of the menu items wrapped in tin foil as if they were cooked in the great outdoors, campfire style. They have television options for the game, but this place isn’t as sports themed. Perfect if you’re just going for a good time! Try the s’mores. 


145 Pierpont Ave / 3000 S Highland Dr

TV’s in every room and surrounding the bar make this bar ideal for the sports fanatics. Each booth has a TV, and the menu is full of delicious food options. You have options with their two locations. 

Dick N’ Dixies

479 E 300 S

Salt Lake City, UT 84102

Salt Lake locals love this place and it’s affordable drink menu, good service and a guaranteed good time. It’s a classic with it’s pool tables, arcade games, and television options. 

Buffalo Wild Wings

2132 S Highland Dr

Salt Lake City, UT 84106

Sure, this isn’t a locals secret or a one of a kind hole in the wall, but it’s a place you can depend on. You know you’ll get delicious wings, good refreshing draft beer or soda, and have a great time watching the game. Is there anything better than their loaded fries or dessert nachos?

Maxwells East Coast Eatery

357 S Main St,                       

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Here’s an option that’s full of character, and on the coolest corner on Main Street. It’s a fun restaurant with televisions that will be airing the big game.  This place was started by Vincenzo James Pelura who moved here when he was only sixteen years old from Italy in 1899! It’s still family owned and full of hominess and charm. They’re well known for their pizza, and even offer single cheese slices for only $3. They even have a location in park city! 

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