Where to Watch the Superbowl in Sacramento

Top bars and restaurants to cheer on your favorite team

Superbowl fun in Sacramento
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Figuring out where to watch the Superbowl in Sacramento is always a big decision. Don't be caught without somewhere to be at kickoff! 

Club Raven

3246 J St.

Sacramento, CA 95816

(916) 447-8142

Open Sundays 10am-2am

Local sports are big at this charming bar that includes reasonable drink prices and a friendly staff. Enjoy free popcorn during any game, and make it your go-to destination when you watch the Superbowl in Sacramento.

Cheaters Sports Bar

3221 Folsom Blvd.

Sacramento, CA 95816

(916) 736-0563

Open Sundays 6am-2am

Cheaters has been around longer than the majority of bars and clubs in Sacramento, so this tends to be a great spot for those who are older. This traditional bar atmosphere features plenty of specials and camaraderie on Super Bowl Sunday.

Mark's Sports Bar

303 Iron Point Road

Folsom, CA 95630

(916) 357-5567

Open Sundays 10:30am-12am

Mark's in Folsom includes six DirectTV satellite feeds, a variety of 12 beers plus wines and other spirits. For those coming along but not too enthused about football, video games and a pool table are available for entertainment. Mark's features a large outdoor patio that's ideal for escaping crowds and cooling down when the game action gets too hot.

R15 Bar

1403 28th Street


(916) 930-9191

Open Sundays 9am-2am

This posh bar on the R Street corridor in downtown Sacramento is ideal for young urbanites looking to take in some football. Four pool tables, fourteen 42-inch flat screen TVS and every cable sports channel available, you can opt to watch the Superbowl in Sacramento luxury. Choose from the bar itself, a "living room" with a personal plasma monitor and couch, or reserve the SKYYBox on the second floor for a private party.

If a bar or club is not your scene, throwing your own Superbowl party in Sacramento is a great option. Host at your own home or reserve a private room at your favorite restaurant. Great possibilities include:

  • Mikuni
  • Applebee's
  • Hooters
  • Chili's
  • The Porch
  • Grange

You may also consider watching the Superbowl in Sacramento via a neighborhood block party. Bring out lawn chairs, BBQ and televisions - as well as plenty of blankets, as it's still February after all!

For those who don't really want to watch the Superbowl, consider an un-Superbowl party. Roll out the snacks and deck out the house in the rivaling teams' colors - but don't bother turning on the game. 

You don't have to watch the game to have a great time in Sacramento, however if you are a football fan, rest assured you have plenty of great options for viewing with plenty of other fans.

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