Martin's BBQ smoked wings pair well with a good beer and fresh cut fries. | Courtesy Martin's BBQ

Football fans are gearing up for Super Bowl Sunday when the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Philadelphia Eagles. Whether you’re a fan excited to see your team on the big screen or you’re just tagging along to watch the commercials and indulge in snacks, there are plenty of places to watch the Super Bowl or order takeout for your house party.

The Break
778 Folly Road (James Island)
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The bar at The Break is surrounded by TVs, giving you the perfect vantage point from any spot. But if a play makes you mad, a break takes too long or you’re not interested in the halftime show, there are plenty of pinball machines to keep entertain you until the next play. 

The Brick
24 Ann St. (Downtown)
thebrickcharleston.com

The Brick offers plenty of TVs, a huge selection of beers and delicious shareables like pretzel bites, wings, Frito pie and cheeseburger egg rolls.

Charleston Sports Pub
Various locations
charlestonsportspub.com

Charleston Sports Pub has several locations around the Charleston area, with plenty of TVs, food and beer to enjoy the big game. Check out the family boxes of burgers and wings, tacos and quesadillas or boneless and bone-in wings starting at $34.99.

The Crab Shack
Various locations
crabshacks.com

Crack open a cold one and dig into some crab legs while watching the Chiefs and Eagles. If you’d rather stay home this year, make your party extra super with a selection of Shacks Party Platters, such as Frogmore Stew, chicken tenders, crispy fried shrimp and crab dip. 

DIG in the Park
1049 E. Montague Ave. (Park Circle)
Dighospitality.com

Enjoy the outdoor patio at this Park Circle establishment while sipping on a cold beer and indulging in delicious eats like a Margherita flatbread, tacos, Cuban sandwiches and more. 

Garage 75
4130, 1175 Folly Road (James Island)
Garage75.com

Garage 75 has it all — TVs, beer, food and games. Get there early to play a quick game of pool, then sit down and get the best view from one of the many televisions in the space. 

Gene’s Haufbrau
817 Savannah Hwy. (West Ashley)

Gene’s knocks pub fare out of the park with classics like chicken wings and burgers, but ask about the daily blue plate specials, ranging from pork chops and pot roast to fried flounder. If you’re looking for a dive bar to watch the game with some friends, Gene’s is the place. 

Ireland’s Own/Jagerhaus Pub
3025 Ashley Town Center Drive
(West Ashley)

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Watch the game at Ireland’s Own, and during timeouts, breaks or halftime, play a quick round on the golf simulator or get the high score in Pac-Man. But if you want to watch the game at home, order a wing platter of 50 wings for $75 and choose from buffalo, teriyaki and lemon pepper — or mix and match. 

Martin’s BBQ
1622 Highland Ave. (James Island)
Martinsbbqjoint.com

Hang out with strangers and friends while enjoying Martin’s Tennessee-style barbeque. Or order Martin’s catering options including smoked wings, meats by the pound, sides, desserts and drinks by Feb. 12 to get your fixin’s in time for the big game.

Mex 1 Coastal Cantina
Various locations
mex1coastalcantina.com

While the Tex-Mex restaurant isn’t hosting any Super Bowl day specials, it is offering its popular Triple Dipper Box & Taco Box to feed your hungry guests. The Triple Dipper Box is loaded with tortilla chips, and served with guacamole, queso and salsa, while the Taco Box is filled to the brim with tacos. If you want more guac to go with the chips, Mex 1 offers a recipe you can make at home. Find the recipe on CharlestonCityPaper.com.

Rodney Scott’s Whole Hog BBQ
1011 King St. (Downtown)
Rodneyscottsbbq.com

Though Rodney Scott’s isn’t a place to catch the game, it’s definitely the place to grab some food. But, if you feel like impressing your guests at home, pitmaster and namesake Rodney Scott has offered a few recipes like his Hail Mary Deviled Eggs and Taters Gonna Tate potato salad. Visit CharlestonCityPaper.com for the full recipes.

The Roost Bar N’ Grille
Various locations
Roostcharleston.com

Scarf down on classic football-watching dishes like nachos or chicken tenders, or indulge in Philly cheesesteaks, tacos or fish and chips while watching the big game. 

Smoky Yolk
1234 Camp Road (James Island)
Smokyyolkcafe.com

Though this breakfast and lunch joint closes before the big game starts, Smoky Yolk is offering a Smoky Yolk Experience Platter for $69.99. The platter comes with pulled pork, brisket, smoked turkey, cheddar-jalapeño sausage, pulled chicken, six smoked wings and your choice of three sides. Head to smokyyolkcafe.com to place your order and pick-up in store any time.  

SportsBook of Charleston
4950 Centre Pointe Dr.
(North Charleston)

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Dine on snacks like steak bites or The Big Money Maker, a burger made with Kobe beef, bacon jam and gouda cheese while sipping on a cold beer or cocktail at SportsBook. 

Southside 17 Bar & Grill
3632 Savannah Hwy (West Ashley)
Southside17.com

Southside 17 will offer game day food and drink specials during its Super Bowl party, along with a menu of chicken wings, fried appetizers, tacos, sandwiches, burgers and more. 

Triangle Char & Bar
828 Savannah Hwy. (West Ashley)
Trianglecharandbar.com

Triangle Char & Bar is a family friendly neighborhood restaurant with a cozy vibe and delicious food. During the game, enjoy locally sourced burgers, beer and nice weather on the outside patio. 

Whiskey Run Sports Bar
5060 Dorchester Road
(North Charleston)

Whiskeyruncharleston.com

You bet your Bulleit Bourbon that Whiskey Run is showing the Super Bowl. A different take on a traditional sports bar, Whiskey Run offers a carefully curated cocktail menu in addition to cold beer paired with food such as wings, sausage dogs or whiskey pulled pork.


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