The Super Bowl is quickly approaching and football fans in Houston are planning where to watch the big game. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just looking for a night out with friends, this article will provide you with the inside scoop on the best places to watch the Super Bowl in Houston. If you live in this area, you know that Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest days of the year. And it's no surprise that there are plenty of great places to watch the big game. From sports bars to game-day gatherings, Houston offers a variety of options to enjoy the Super Bowl 2023.

If you want to watch the biggest game of the year from somewhere that isn't just your living room, check out these top places to watch the Super Bowl in Houston. For more Super Bowl Parties, 713area is your go-to guide for all the most fun things to do in Houston.

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8th Wonder Brewery
Breweries & Distilleries $
2202 Dallas St, Houston TX, 77003
The one-acre garden of this Houston brewery, dubbed WonderWorld, will be roaring The Big Game across the big screens. Earn from $18 WonderKeg specials (pro tip: it's valid from Friday through Sunday all weekend long) and carb-load on delectable food truck fare while you enjoy the pigskin extravaganza.
Axelrad Beer Garden
Bar $
1517 Alabama St, Houston TX, 77004
This year, from 1 pm to 5 pm, this incredibly laid-back, hammock-strewn beer garden will choose to celebrate the Puppy Bowl, which is arguably way cuter than the Super Bowl. Pregame with that ludicrous cuteness, then stay for the Big Game, which will be broadcast both indoors during the day and outdoors on the projector at dusk.
Saint Arnold Beer Garden
Other $$
2000 Lyons Ave, Houston TX, 77020
Craft beer will be pouring as Saint A shows the game on its enormous outdoor screen in the beer garden against the backdrop of the Clutch City skyline. farther flowing? Churro pretzels, Mucho Matcha pizzas, Fire Emoji wings, and unquestionably great moments
Pitch 25 Beer Park
Other $$
2120 Walker Street, Houston TX, 77003
Sure, it's a soccer bar first and foremost, but the enormous indoor-outdoor space also makes a great place to watch football thanks to a lineup of 20 strategically arranged flatscreens and a long, 100-strong beer list. There will likely be DJ entertainment, a picture booth, pub games, and axe-throwing in case your team loses the big game.
Revelry on Richmond
Bar $$
1613 Richmond Ave,, Houston, TX, 77006
This Richmond sports pub is a game-day winner thanks to a clever 40-tap collection of alternating craft beers and a 30-plus screen arrangement. At Revelry's Super Bowl LVI Watch Party, which has two sizing outdoor screens, live music from 2 to 5 p.m., $35 all-you-can-eat crawfish, Super Bowl square buy-ins, cornhole and bucket competitions, and mimosa carafe discounts, you can watch the Bengals and Rams square off.
Beer Market Co. Midtown
Breweries & Distilleries $
3304 Milam, Houston TX, 77006
The interior and exterior of this sports-focused Midtown idea are essentially covered with side-by-side flat screens, making it very difficult to have a bad view of the Big Game. The massive 365+ beer vault and superb menu of pub fare are just waiting for you, so you'll have to take a brief break from the screen. Think Brew Pretzels with Cheese Dip, Spicy Garlic Wings, Shrimp Tacos, and Buffalo Chicken Quesadillas.
Pluckers Wing Bar
At this cult favorite sports pub, wings are the star attraction. You may have them smothered, dry-rubbed, and mouth-numbingly hot in increments of 5 to 100 pieces. This Super Bowl Sunday, when the consistently boisterous and enthusiastic audience is sure to be at their liveliest, think about combining your order with a cool beer or two.