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Where to spend Super Bowl 2024 in Raleigh

Get in on the action this Super Bowl Sunday with six local watch parties featuring big screens, a chili cook-off, and food + drink specials.

Two people in a sea of red in front of GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.

City Editor Cat attended her first NFL game this season to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

Photo by RALtoday

Super Bowl 58 is this Sunday, Feb. 11 and all eyes will be on Travis Kelce the big game. If you’re planning on going out instead of staying in and hosting a big spread, we gathered a few local watch parties to get in on the action this football Sunday.

  • Super Bowl Party & Chili Cook-off | 3-11 p.m. | Pourworks, 900 E. Six Forks Rd., Raleigh | Free entry | Bring your prized chili to compete for prizes or be a judge and enjoy drink specials + free food with your drink purchase.
  • Big Game Bash | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 5-10 p.m. | Sports & Social, 301 Fenton Gateway Dr., Cary | $75 | Reserve your spot to watch the game on a 42-foot media wall, participate in photo ops, and enjoy live entertainment.
  • Super Bowl Party | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 5-10 p.m. | Clouds Brewing Tap Room, 1233 Front St., Raleigh | Free entry | Watch the game with a chilled beer in your hand and bites from the free taco bar prepared by Chef Mario, sponsored by the Raleigh Rugby Club.
  • Super Bowl LVIII Party | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 5-11 p.m. | Bigfoot Taphouse, 222 Glenwood Ave., Ste. 109, Raleigh | Free entry | Snack on free foods and grab an ice-cold drink to cheer on your team.
  • TCo. Super Bowl Party | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 6-10 p.m. | Transfer Co. Food Hall, 500 E. Davie St., Raleigh | Free entry| Shop up early for pre-game fun and stay to enjoy food and drink specials as you watch the big game on new large TVs.
  • Downtown Watch Party | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 6:30-10:30 p.m. | Element Gastropub, 421 Fayetteville St., Ste. 103, Raleigh | Free | Take advantage of food discounts and game day drink specials while watching the big game.

Pro tip: If you’re not a fan of the San Francisco 49ers or Kansas City Chiefs, see if your NFL team has a meet up spot to watch the game among other fans.

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