While Bills fans may be a little bitter about the Superbowl having followed their team to four consecutive games, only to watch them lose each time, you can guarantee that they'll be posted up at their favorite spots around town on game day. So whether it's spicy wings, great beer, or the football game you're looking for, follow the true Buffalonians for the best places to catch the game.
Here's where you should be on Superbowl Sunday.
(716) Food and Sport
716 was designed with the football junkie in mind. With TVs on every bare surface in the bar, bathrooms included, there's no way you'll miss a second of the game. If you're looking for an over-the-top experience, then 716 has exactly what you're looking for. Their 38-foot tv is the largest in the country and is accompanied by an additional 70 TVs throughout the space.
7 Scott St, Buffalo, NY
There's no better place to catch the Superbowl then at the birthplace of the Buffalo wing. Aside from beer, wings are the second most compatible thing to a Superbowl celebration, and you're bound to be pretty pleased with Anchor Bar. With a host of TVs, plenty of space and a handful of beer options, you could spend the entire day.
1047 Main St
Bada Bing Sports Bar and Grill
Situated right in the heart of downtown, there's no better location to catch the game then at Bada Bing. The upscale joint has an impressive drink list, great bites, and TVs covering every wall. Regardless of where you sit, you're guaranteed a great view of the game.
42 W Chippewa St
Let's be honest, if you're going out to catch the Superbowl and your team isn't playing, you're probably most concerned with the food. At Duff's, you'll be pretty happy with the selection as the sports bar is regularly considered the best place in the city for wings. Grab a seat at the bar, order up a drink and an order of wings, and root for whoever you think is the easy winner.
3651 Sheridan Dr
Dwyer's Irish Pub
Right in the heart of North Tonawanda, Dwyer's is slightly off the beaten path for those looking to catch the game in Buffalo. With an extensive beer menu and infamous wings, it's a great place to catch the game without finding yourself in the midst of a crowd.
65 Webster St
Gecko's Bar and Grill
This North Buffalo hangout is no frills, but they're one of the best places to catch the game in town. With 10 TVs spread around the bar and a handful of drink specials, great food and plenty of space, Gecko's is a great place for the Superbowl.
1464 Hertel Ave
The Jake Tavern
With great food, plenty of drink options, TVs on every wall, The Jake has everything you need in a great bar to catch a football game. The relatively new addition to the sports bar scene in Buffalo, the place has made a name for themselves for their high-end take on bar food.
3020 Delaware Ave
While the football games that generally play on the TVs at Més Que aren't what you'd normally expect, they also celebrate the American version of the sport. With plenty of TVs spread across the walls and a fully stocked bar of high-end liquor, you're in store for a great game.
1420 Hertel Ave
Mooney's Sports Bar and Grill
Another traditional Irish bar, Mooney's is a local favorite for their drink specials and killer dishes. With plenty of space, you won't feel too packed in, but the crowd can get lively here so it's definitely for someone looking to be in the midst of the action. There's also a handful of locations so you're sure to find one close by.
It's not the flashiest bar in town, but the Wellington Pub is famous for its lively crowds and camaraderie. Corner up to the bar for the best seat in the house, order a pint and wings, and you'll be getting the true Buffalo football experience.
1541 Hertel Ave