Where to Watch the Super Bowl on Sunday
There are spots in and around town to watch the big game between the Packers and Steelers.
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This week we take on the Super Bowl. Sunday the Packers and Steelers face off in the big game, which is scheduled to kick off at 6:30 p.m.
Five places to catch the Super Bowl on Sunday
- Martini Bistro & Bar on Main Street isn't a sports bar, but they always have the big games on the television. Martini's is known for, what else, its martinis. The "sunny peach" martini was a competitor in a national competition and featured in GQ magazine.
- Want a slice of pizza with your football? La Strada and Pizzeta both have televisions and are sure to show the big game on Sunday. Millburn-Short Hills residents are pretty opinionated on which of the two is their favorite, but both have speciality pizzas in addition to the traditional types.
- Charlie Brown's Steakhouse features a comfortable sports bar, which could be a good choice to watch the game. The bar also features regular specials.
- If you're looking for a watering hole that's more kid friendly, there's O'Reilly's Bar & Grill in Maplewood on the Millburn border. There's a kids menu, but there's also popcorn for them to snack on during the game.
- St. James's Gate Publick House in Maplewood Village will be holding a Super Bowl party on Sunday. Through the playoffs, the bar has had drink specials, including on Irish beer favorites.