The time has come again for the Great American Holiday known as the Super Bowl. Come February 6th twill be a day full of hot dogs, bean dip, and beer. 'Tis a day where you can be completely and totally embroiled in a sport without moving anything but your thumb. This year there is an epic showdown between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers. Here at the Tortoise we will be showing the game in the Ballroom for your football education. That's right I said it football. You can buy beer and food and settle in without having to worry about tipping a bartender. But if you wanted to venture out in some sort of anthropological expedition to see what sports bars look like on this day of days I have a few that will be up to snuff.
Do the Super Bowl “Bottom of the Hill” style with SuperBowl XLV on several screens, DJs, and chilli! It starts @ 1:00 pm and goes to 7:00 pm and Bottom of the hill is a club @ 1233 17th Street, San Francisco, CA. They are not the most serious football fans but it is the 3rd annual Heavy Metal cookoff, yea, the chili will be heavy metal themed and be voted on based on taste and name .
SF IndieFest Presents: SUPER BOWL XLV: MEN IN TIGHTS. It’s the big game
with the big men on the big screen with IndieFest’s SportsSweater
Commentators. The big game gets the Mystery Science Theatre 3000 treatment. We’ve
got a 10×15 screen and a nice bright projector. We’ll be showing all of
the game. All of the commercials. And making fun of all of it. It's @ Cellspace | 2050 Bryant St at 18th, SF CA 94110. Beer/Wine/Soju cocktails/Bloody mary’s for sale. probably some chips or
popcorn as well. 100+ seats plus sofas etc. fun casual spot to watch the
game and have some laughs at pro football’s expense….
The Independent @ 628 Divisadero St. takes the day off from hosting concerts to show the Super Bowl on a 221? screen (that’s 12 feet x 14 feet,
folks). They’ll be serving pitchers of all of their beers on tap
(Lagunitas IPA, Mirror Pond Pale Ale, Widmer Hefeweizen, Stella, Bud
Light) plus a drink special of a Beer and a shot of 3 Roses Whiskey for
$8. Doors at 2:30p, Game at 3:30p. This location will probably be taking the game a little more seriously
Maggie McGarry's @ 1353 Grant Ave between Green St & Vallejo St
We always send people here for
games during the year I can only imagining the epic scene that will
ensue during the biggest football game of the year.
Most of these suggestions were taken from http://sf.funcheap.com/. Look there for more suggestions for the big day or any day of your SF adventure!