I Heart on the Hunt: Where to Watch the Super Bowl
Get ready to enjoy the Super Bowl at some of the greatest spots in Orange. Our team at I Heart searched Old Towne for fun environments that have great drinks and food for you, your friends and family. Take a look at our suggestions below if you’re not hosting a party. Let these places do all the work so you can sit back and relax while watching a great match-up. These places have all the amenities you’ll need for watching the big game with your pals. Read on to see where we will be spending Super Bowl Sunday!
Megan: The excitement for this year’s Super Bowl is real! Hosting a party can be a hassle, so this year I’ll be watching it at the Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar in Orange! Enjoy a delish hand crafted beer, homemade Sangria or one of their signature cocktails while cheering on your team. I recommend ordering the Cajun Fries and Crispy Wings to snack on. The restaurant’s laid-back atmosphere and variety of flat screen TVs make it the ideal Super Bowl spot! Grab your closest friends, favorite jersey and enjoy your Sunday-Funday!
Brittany: If you still haven’t decided where you’re watching the Super Bowl, let me help you out by recommending Old Towne Eatery! It’s the perfect place to enjoy some classic American food while partaking in a classic American pastime. Their burgers, sandwiches, wraps, fries and tots are all amazing. And if you’re not in the mood for any of those items, no worries because OTE’s menu has a huge variety of different items to choose from. Get ready for the best part…they have craft beers on tap, as well as a variety of bottled craft beers, AND they serve Happy Hour daily from 3p.m. to close (aka just in time for the Super Bowl to start!). Awesome food, great beers and good-sized TVs! What more could you ask for?
Lindsay: If you’re looking for some great food and delicious brew to enjoy while watching the game, Haven has a fantastic bar and some dynamite cuisine you can share with your buds! Get some entrees for the table like the ever-so-amazing Mac n’ Cheese and the heavenly Margherita
Kelci: Avila’s El Ranchito is the place to go. You can’t go wrong with anything you order, but my favorite is their combo meal; I get a chicken enchilada with a chile relleno! I can never finish my plate of food because they give you so much! They have big TVs in their bar area where you can sip on an amazing Cadillac Margarita and watch the big game. Avila’s has a spicy jalapeno margarita that is one of a kind. If you don’t like margaritas, they have a full-service bar with beer choices as well. This is a great place to kick back with friends, eat some incredible Mexican food and drink some delicious beverages.
Andrea: Andrea here! My favorite place to catch any game in Old Towne Orange is Ruby’s Diner Streamliner Lounge. It’s a great place to watch the Super Bowl because the atmosphere is relaxed and fun. They have a huge flat screen TV, so you’ll had a good view of the action no matter where you sit. The servers are always super friendly and I usually order one of their delicious burgers and a beer on tap!
If you’re the hosting type, we have created a Pinterest board of to-die-for recipes that you’ll definitely want to make for your party people. Make sure to head on over to our Super Bowl Board to find recipes and other ideas for game day. We can’t wait to make some of these yummy treats! Click on the image to see our recommendations.