SFAC: The San Francisco Athletic Club is a popular sports bar on the corner of Divisadero and Bush street in Lower Pacific Heights. The Athletic Club has both an indoor and outdoor space with multiple TV screens to view the game. If you would like to watch the game at the Athletic Club, you must pay a $20 cover charge and plan on arriving early to ensure you get a good spot. Spots are served on a first come, first serve basis. You must be 21 years of age to watch inside the bar and 18 years old for outside.
GG Tap Room: Foghorn readers over the age of 21 should consider the Golden Gate Tap Room which sits at the intersection of Powell and Sutter street for their Super Bowl viewing venue. The Tap Room has two floors, with more than 30 TV screens. The 11-year-old bar and grill has tons of arcade games to keep you entertained during commercial breaks. They serve over 100 beers with 60 on tap, and offer a wide variety of food. On Super Bowl Sunday seats will be first come, first serve, and patrons will be charged a $20 cover at the door. Doors will open at noon.
Chase Center: The home of the Golden State Warriors will be hosting a Super Bowl Watch Party on their 74-foot-wide and 42-foot-high LED screen. The event will take place in their outdoor venue space, Thrive City. Thrive City has been home to watch parties for the NBA Playoffs, college football, and their weekly movie nights. Chase Center’s watch party will be open to all ages, with seats available on a first-come, first-serve basis starting at 2 p.m.Tickets will go on sale on Feb. 8 on the Chase Center website.
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