Ann Arbor Super Bowl Parties

. February 3, 2016.
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The Super Bowl is this Sunday! Have you thought of where you might want to watch the game? Just in case you don’t know where to start, we have a list of some places you will want to check out.

 

Scorekeepers

310 Maynard St.
734-995-0100

It’s always nice to have a deal, but how about a deal with a twist? Scorekeepers will have food and drink “squares” set up. The squares mean specific specials and will be based on the ever changing game score.

 

The Arena

203 E. Washington St.
734-222-9999 | thearena-a2.com

With 22 different television angles, how many more different ways would you want to watch the Super Bowl? If ever you want a break from the Super Bowl, there is pool, a dart board and many other options to keep you busy. Need I say more?

 

Salt Springs Brewery

117 S Ann Arbor St., Saline
734-295-9191 | saltspringsbrewery.com

Want a biergarten with wine on tap and kegs that are available to go? Do you want craft beer, cider, wine, small plates, pizza and some flatbreads? Drop by Sunday to taste some, in a bit more relaxed atmosphere.

 

Lampshade

206 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti
415-676-7483 | lampshade.life

Starting at 5pm, Sunday, Lampshade will have a Super Bowl party. They are asking that guests bring a dish to pass and a donation for the space. Games are welcomed along with foam thumbs. Oh, and don’t forget to invite your friends.

 

Chelsea Alehouse

420 N. Main St., Ste 100, Chelsea
734-475-2337

Check out Chelsea Alehouse for American and English style ales mixed with midwestern flair coupled with mouth-watering wraps and sandwiches during the big game Also, if you are looking to hear live music (instead of the announcers droning on and on), the Wes Fritzemeier Jazz Experience will be there from 6-8pm.

 

Revel and Roll

1950 S. Industrial Hwy.
734-665-4474 | revelandroll.com

Bowling, beer, and football. What could be better? How about a 120-foot big screen television? Revel and Roll will have it all this Sunday, plus prizes and giveaways (including a big screen TV) and the Miller Light Girls!

 

Ypsi Alehouse

124 Pearl St. Ste 100, Centennial Ctr., Ypsilanti
734-487-1555 | ypsialehouse.com

Thanks to the Chinese New Year, there will be a special menu all weekend long, plus regular pub fare and beer aplenty – just in case your favorite team isn’t playing.

 

Burn Hookah

3130 Packard Rd.
734-929-2544

For a different kind of Super Bowl experience. Plenty of big-screens and comfortable spots to sit, plus plenty of hookah. There may be live performances from artists as well.

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