Downtown Alameda Is the Place for Food, Drink, and Super Bowl 2015

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Come out to Alameda’s downtown district on Super Bowl Sunday and cheer on your favorite team on Sunday, February 1. For those who enjoy gathering with a crowd for food and drinks during the big game, a number of popular eateries and sports bars in the Park Street Business District that will be televising the game live on their big screens:

Super Bowl at Alameda TheatreAlameda Theatre & Cineplex, 2317 Central Ave, invites the community to watch the Super Bowl game on the **BIGGEST** movie screen in the Bay Area! Admission is FREE and tickets are available now at the Theatre Box Office on a first come, first served basis. For cozier viewing, you can also opt to watch the game in the new Cinema Grill. Beer, wine, and food specials will be available inside the restaurant, or you can take your food and drinks into the theatre with a “backstage pass.” 

American Oak, 2319 Santa Clara Ave, is your destination for NFL football and Sunday Brunch. Celebrate the Super Bowl kick-off while enjoying a casual brunch with a classic cocktail or two.

Capone’s Speakeasy, 1400 Park Street, will be offering drink discounts for those wearing team colors. This is Alameda’s newest spot to view the game on big screen TVs. Enjoy drink specials and a game-day menu starting at 1:00pm. But you’ll want to get there early to grab a good seat.

Super Bowl specials at Linguinis AlamedaFire Den Bar & Grill, 1231 Park Street, is the perfect place to meet with friends and enjoy great food and cold beers. FD Bar is newly renovated and features an array of big screen HDTV’s, making them the destination for everyone from the casual sports fan to the die-hard fanatic.

Linguini’s Pizza & Brew, 1506 Park Street, invites football fans to enjoy the action with food and drink specials starting at 1:00pm… $2 beef sliders, $3 garlic fries, $3 beers, and more.

McGee’s Bar & Grill, 1645 Park Street, is Alameda’s original family-friendly sports bar. With plenty of TV screens indoors and a screen on the back patio, you won’t miss a minute of the game. And food from the new kitchen won’t disappoint either.

Speisekammer, 2424 Lincoln Ave, does things BIG. This is where you can sip big beers while watching the Big Game on the big screen. They also have a big selection of appetizers and German dishes.

The Churchward Pub, 1515 Park Street, will be “off the chain” with pre-game parties on Friday and Saturday night. But be sure to stop in on game day for a free Hawaiian BBQ and drink specials.

The HobnobSuper Bowl specials at Churchward Alameda, 1313 Park Street, serves food and drink earlier than usual on Super Bowl Sunday. Root for your favorite team while watching the game on two TV’s with sound.

More Fanfare in Alameda’s Downtown Zone

There are plenty of other places showing the game too. These neighborhood bars don’t necessarily offer food are have big screens but they are still a fun place to catch the game with a group of friends on Super Bowl Sunday:

Club House, 1215 Park Street

Lemon Tree, 2542 Santa Clara Ave

Lost Weekend Lounge, 2320 ½ Santa Clara Ave

Lucky 13, 1301 Park Street

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