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13 Super Bowl Sunday Spots in Orange County That Are a Total Touchdown

Written By: Michelle Jaco Super Bowl in Orange County

During the NFL’s 100th season, the city of Miami will play host to Super Bowl 54. Led by seasoned coach Andy Reid and young superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers, led by second-year head coach Kyle Shanahan, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and a rugged defense led by Richard Sherman. With the odds of who will be taking home the coveted Lombardi trophy leaving even the Vegas insiders stumped, most agree on one thing: it’s going to be one heck of a game.

With all that said, you’ll want to ensure you have a great seat to watch history unfold. No place in mind just yet? No worries; we got your blind side covered. Here are the best spots in Orange County to catch this year’s Super Bowl.

 

1 | For Those Who Rock Super Bowl in Orange County

Rock & Brews Tustin

Now Serving the city of Tustin, Rock & Brews’ newly developed, rock-inspired atmosphere features concert lighting, flat-screen TVs (including two large nine-screen monitors), a full U-shaped bar and is even dog friendly! Fire up your taste buds with one of the restaurant’s headliner sandwiches like the mouthwatering We Salute You Pulled Pork. Then wash it all down with the MoneyBag Root Beer Float, made with Gene Simmons’ MoneyBag Root Beer.

Native Knowledge: The restaurant contributes 20 percent of the day’s sales to the American Legion Post 227, which has been supporting veterans of Orange County for more than 50 years.

Rock & Brews Tustin
1222 Irvine Blvd
Tustin, CA 92780
657.254.3040

 

2 | Fiesta, Fiesta!

El Cholo

As LA’s very first Mexican restaurant, El Cholo has continued to open other locations across SoCal. After adding Corona Del Mar to the list, the restaurant has continued to gain success, which can be attributed to their famously delicious recipes. With a large bar and outdoor patio, you have plenty of ways to enjoy the game. Be sure to order one of the house favorites, such as the Taste of History, which includes a cheese enchilada, a rolled beef taco, chile relleno and a pork tamale, served with Spanish rice and refried beans.

El Cholo
3520 E Coast Hwy
Corona Del Mar, CA 92625
949.777.6137

 

3 | Family, Food & Football

Avila’s El Ranchito

A family owned and operated business, Avila’s has been a fan-favorite for years. With 

13 locations in Orange County, you have plenty of options when choosing where to dine for Sunday’s game. The Nachos Ranchito is the perfect dish to enjoy for a large party and comes packed with flavor.

Avila’s El Ranchito
13 Orange County locations

 

4 | What a Blessing

Monk’s Addiction

If you love beer, wine and cheese, Monk’s is your holy grail. With a wide variety of beers and ciders on tap, you’re bound to find a section fit for your palate. Add a cheese and sausage board, and you’re all set for game-time snacking. 

Monk’s Addiction
7631 Edinger Ave, Ste 1512 
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
714.372.7706

5 | Cruise on By

Cruisers

Known to be a haven for all sports fans (if any Chicago sports teams are not playing), Cruisers is the premiere sports bar of Newport’s Balboa Village. The multi-room restaurant offers guests the ultimate viewing experience with 30 big-screen HDTVs and a huge 4K projector. An absolute must is Cruisers’ famous Chicago stuffed pizza. After the game, keep the festivities rolling on the Party Patio, where you can play beer pong, corn hole and giant Jenga.

Cruisers
801 E Balboa Blvd
Newport Beach, CA 92661
949.220.9414

 

6 | A SOCIAL Affair

SOCIAL

After entering the culinary scene in 2014, this Instagram-worthy hangout has been OC’s favorite spot to come together and take part in the art of socializing. SOCIAL’s ingredient-focused menu offers the freshest California ingredients and lively libations. The best part? Happy hour begins at 4 p.m., which is right after kickoff! For reservations, contact melanie@socialrg.com.

SOCIAL
512 W 19th St
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949.642.2425

 

7 | Class Act Super Bowl in Orange County

Class of ‘47

Beer, photo booths, pool and a stream of TVs to choose from—it’s no wonder why Class of ‘47 is a local favorite on the Balboa peninsula. Class of ‘47 serves a number of beers on tap and even allows you to bring in outside food from nearby restaurants!

Native Knowledge: John Wayne (yes, thee John Wayne) used to frequent this beloved dive bar.

Class of ‘47
209 Palm St
Newport Beach, CA 92661 
949.675.5774

 

8 | Southern (CA) Comfort Super Bowl in Orange County

Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern

With prepared-from-scratch ingredients from only the best farmers, growers, rangers, fishermen and producers, it is no wonder why Jimmy’s is the ideal spot for “comfort food for foodies,” and depending who takes home the Lombardi come Super Bowl Sunday, comfort food may be just what you need. What better way to complement your viewing experience than with some BBQ? Opt for the BBQ St. Louis-style ribs; they may not be from KC, but they sure won’t disappoint.

Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern
25001 Dana Point Harbor Dr
Dana Point, CA 92629
949.388.8900
Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern
3325 E Imperial Hwy
Brea, CA 92823
714.733.1310

 

9 | Tap into the Fun Super Bowl in Orange County

Towne Park Brewery & Taproom

Built with a mission to bring people together and celebrate community, Towne Park Brewery & Taproom is the ideal spot for a good time. With a wide range of delicious ales, you can’t go wrong.

Towne Park Brewery & Taproom
1566 West Lincoln Ave
Anaheim, CA 92801
714.844.2492

 

10 | Something to Taco Bout

Wild Taco

This adorable beach shack taco joint is a great place to pop in for a more laid-back viewing experience. Contemplating what to get? Tacos, of course! Wild Taco has a number of options to choose from, including vegetarian-friendly, vegan and gluten-free selections.

Wild Taco
407 31st St
Newport Beach, California 92663
949.673.9453

 

11 | How Crafty 

Craft House

With a focus on local sourcing, sustainable seafood and a commitment to the craft of making delicious food and drinks, you’re bound to have an amazing Sunday funday at Craft House.  Starting at 10 a.m., enjoy $12 bottomless bubbles or $15 bottomless mimosas.  A special brunch menu will be available until 2 p.m., so be sure to arrive early and eat up before kickoff.

Native Knowledge: A special Social Hour menu and pricing starts at 2:30 p.m. and runs till 5 p.m.. From 5 p.m.-close, a 30 percent-off Industry Special will be applied for hospitality workers and a plus-one.

Craft House
34094 Pacific Coast Hwy
Dana Point, CA 92629
949.481.7734

 

12 | Oh, Deer

Stag Bar + Kitchen

As one of the oldest-operating bars in SoCal, Newport’s Stag Bar + Kitchen has served generations of regulars and return vacationers since 1908. With award-winning food made from scratch, craft cocktails and rare spirits, this is the ultimate big-game spot. Pull up a chair and enjoy 75-cent game day hot wings and drink specials on fan favorites, such as the Stag Old Fashioned.  “Our old fashioned is served with in-house smoked orange bitters, which brings out the subtle flavors,” explains General Manager Dwayne Davis. Seats fill up fast, so be sure to arrive early or reserve a table by emailing drink@stagbar.com.

Native Knowledge: Although the beloved Rams fell a bit short this season, Stag is the official LA Rams bar of Orange County.

Stag Bar + Kitchen
121 McFadden Pl
Newport Beach, CA 92663
949.673.4470

13 | The New Neighborhood Hangout

Simmzy’s 

As one of HB’s newest gastropubs with a gorgeous oceanfront view, Simmzy’s is a homey, family-owned and community-oriented operation located at Pacific City, offering fresh ingredients and a good time. The Hawaiian tuna poke bowl is an absolute must and will wash down nicely with the Poolside cocktail. Secure your spot and snack on delicious tapas-style bites as you watch the action unfold!

Simmzy’s 
21028 California 1 
Pacific Coast Hwy, Ste E-100, 
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
714.831.1240

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