Top 10 Places for Super Sunday
If you’re still looking for a place to watch the big game on Sunday, look no further. We compiled a list of the top 10 places to catch the game on Super Sunday so you can get your football and food fix (because really, can you have one without the other?). Take a look at the top 10 places according to you*, our viewers.
- The Piggery (1625 W Irving Park Road): This sports-themed restaurant has been a Lakeview favorite for over 65 years. We love the Cuban Sandwich but you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. Call to find out about their package for Sunday’s game.
- Coach’s Corner (152 W Biesterfield Road): This Elk Grove Village spot boasts 30+ TVs and we’re crazy for their cheese sticks and Italian beef. All of your game day essentials, wrapped into one.
- Timothy O’Tooles (622 N Fairbanks Court): 72 flat screens and a 110 inch projector. Enough said. While you’re there, chow down on their award-winning wings.
- Old Fifth (1027 W Madison Street): Catch the game on their 13×8 foot screen or as the GM Brian Wiley likes to call it, a “200 inch TV.” It may be a whiskey bar but they do game day food right. Order the Brazilian nachos, 50/50 sliders and jalapeño fries for the win.
- Mo Dailey’s (6070 North Northwest Highway):17 TVs and an 80″ flat screen make this Norwood Park restaurant a must for football fanatics. Ask about their super fan packages and giveaways. Oh, and don’t forget to order the cheese curds.
- Deja Brew (5219 West 95th Street): Check out their special package for Sunday and get your fill at their buffet (brisket, smoked chicken and beans? Yes please). We love the bloody Marys and Italian beef flatbread.
- Another Round Bar and Grill (5141 Main Street): The jacked up mac ‘n cheese is sure to get you jacked for the game. Come on Sunday to try your luck at winning one of their giveaways.
- Flagship (1622 W Belmont Avenue): Reserve spots at this Lakeview bar and make sure you make it in time for brunch (one of Elliott’s favorites!).
- Rocky’s Bar & Grill (234 West 31st Street): They offer free shuttle rides to Bears, Blackhawks, Sox, and Bulls games but if you can’t make it to Phoenix, it’s a great spot to watch the game, too. An added bonus: their chicken vesuvio is out of this world.
- The Ogden (1659 West Ogden Avenue): Personal TVs in the booths allow you to watch the game in peace. If you want a little more social interaction, the bar is filled with TVs, including a 70″ flat screen. Check out their giveaways on Sunday and their special Game Day Burger.
*Based on number of YouTube views for game day-related food/restaurants