Not only is Lola Lo bringing you all the blood, sweat and tears from the biggest NFL game of the year, but this tiki hotspot is also welcoming you with free hot dogs and beer as you get ready for a big night of American football. There's even 2-for-1 cocktails all night, with the party going until 3am.
Bars To Watch The Super Bowl in Manchester 2020
From those iconic half-time performances to the question of who's going to belt out the national anthem, Super Bowl Sunday is as much about the show as the sport. And while it might feel like we're a million miles away from Miami Gardens, there's plenty of bars and pubs staying open late to make sure you get your American football-fix. From USA-influenced dive bars to tiki-turned-NFL parties, this is your guide on where to watch the Super Bowl in Manchester.
This fancy casino isn't just for gambling, eating, and watching the footie. Manchester235 is also committed to a schedule of American football, showing all the games on their screens... and the same goes for the biggest one of all. Watch all the action in the late-night bar until 6am.
Book a table at MOJO for a tasty way to enjoy the American football action. With the action kicking off at 11.30pm, the bar will make sure you're suitable fed and watered, with packages that include a platter of tasty treats, buckets of wings, beers and burger deals.
Throwing a tailgate party that would have even the wildest of American ex-pats going hard, Dive NQ is going all out with 2-for-1 cocktails, free drinks before 10pm and food until 1am. Round up your fellow football fans and head here to make a night of it.
As the Kansas City Chiefs gear up to take on the San Fransisco 49ers, we're heading to watch the Super Bowl at this lively spot. Manchester Titans American Football Club will be taking over for a night of sloshing steins and Bavarian feels as you catch a night of huge sporting triumph unfold on the big screens.
It's time to find out exactly who will win the Lombardi Trophy as The Courtyard welcomes you with free entry, delicious food and ice cold drinks served until late in their Oxford Road digs. Chow down on chicken wings and hot dogs until the final whistle blows.
Screening every single NFL game, The Brotherhood is committed to the football cause. Super Bowl Sunday is no exception, with the Deansgate bar showing the action live with red zone commentary, as well as artisan pies, American classics, cocktails, beers and more.
What with having a reliable American theme on their side, it's no wonder that Hard Rock Cafe are here to cater for all your Super Bowl needs. Join them this February as they're not only showing the best match action, there's plenty of American themed food to go around.