Why opt for your home television and snacks, when you can watch Super Bowl 50 surrounded by scores of big screens and access to unlimited beer and wings? If you venture out for the game on Sunday, February 7, here are a few bars to facilitate your football needs.Read More
Where to Watch Super Bowl 50 in Charleston
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Charleston Sports Pub
West Ashley bar Charleston Sports Pub is throwing a big party for the Super Bowl, sponsored by Bud Light. They'll be tailgating all day before the game. Attendees don't have to buy tickets, but for $20, you can get a bucket of domestic beer, a dozen wings, and four raffle tickets for prizes.
Home Team BBQ
Pick a Home Team BBQ location for some of the best barbecue and wings around. The game will be on the screens, and the frozen Gamechangers will be flowing.
The Roost Bar N' Grille
Crowds pack in tight to watch the games at Avondale establishment The Roost. With a menu boasting sections like "Starting Line-Ups," "The Big Game," and "Sidelines," you know this is the place for football.
Upper Deck Tavern
Dive bar Upper Deck Tavern isn't the first place you think of when you think football, but if you're looking for an alternative to the typical sports bar, this is it. Super Bowl 50 will be on the televisions, and UDT will host its annual chili cook-off. New participants welcome.
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Charleston Beer Works
Charleston Beer Works has some fancy updated digs on Upper King, and Super Bowl Sunday is the perfect way to break in the new barstools. The game will be on all the televisions, the drafts will be flowing, and the waitresses will be rushing you snacks from the extensive new menu.
Bay Street Biergarten
Bay Street Biergarten will host the "ultimate" tailgate party on Super Bowl Sunday. There's a wing-eating contest, beer pong tournament, and specials all day. Look for $4 select brews, $5 brats, $6 wings, and $5 Panthers Punch.
Cheer on the Broncos or the Panthers at Columbus Street funland The Alley. The game will be on the super big screens, and $12 buckets of Bud Light will be available.
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Local 616 has crowned themselves a Panthers bar since day one — now that the team is in the Super Bowl again, the staff can't wait to celebrate. Stop by the NoMo bar to cheer on Carolina.
Moe's Crosstown Tavern
Sunday is always a big day at Moe's Crosstown Tavern because of their killer brunch, so grab a seat at the bar early if you want to watch the game. Moe's consistently puts out some of the best bar food around and their burgers are always rated the top in town.
King Street Grille
There's so many screens at King Street Grille that you won't miss a moment of the game while scarfing down nachos and beer. The bar is also raffling off a 48" television, if you want to bring a screen home. With multiple locations around the Lowcountry, there should be a King Street Grille near you.
Kickin' Chicken is the original, local chicken wing chain with lots of locations for your game day needs. Stop by to catch the Panthers go head-to-head with the Broncos this Sunday.
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