Where to Watch Super Bowl LII in Baltimore

by Jennifer Waldera on Jan 30, 2018 in Roundups
Where to Watch Super Bowl LII in Baltimore

It’s time for the first big drinking holiday of the year. If you’re going to call out on Monday morning, you might as well make it worth your while.
 
For $50 a ticket, dig into an all you can eat buffet with crab dip, buffalo chicken dip, taco dip, swedish meatballs, baked ziti, and steamed shrimp and mussels. Wash it all down with all you can drink Corona, Corona Light, or Bud Light or kick it up with the $5 for one of the specialty crushes created for each team. (2780 Lighthouse Point E, 410-558-0202)
 
This Greektown bar will have free snacks throughout the game as well as specials. For all imports and domestics, buy 4 bottles of beer and receive the fifth beer free. Buckets of beer (6 bottles) will run you: Domestics, $16; Imports, $19; Guinness or Sam Adams, $22. (6000 Eastern Ave, 410-633-7465)
 
This mid-town spot will have a signature cocktail for the game called Love and Regret with an ounce of Chambord, 1 1/2 oz of vodka, 2 oz of cranberry juice, a half ounce of Limoncello, a half ounce of lemon juice, and a half ounce of cherry juice with two muddled cherries and a muddled lemon. (924 N Charles St; 443-447-7878)
 
With over forty televisions and six projection screens, it’s unlikely to find a spot in this bar where you can’t see the game. Specials for the night include $10 Crush buckets (32 oz) and $3 Bud Light bottles. During half time, down $1 house shots and 25 cent wings. (1400 Warner St, 410-385-0100)
 
In addition to TBA food specials, Five and Dime Ale House will have on tap $3 domestic brews, $4 Oliver Brewing Company ales, and $5 house wine or rail drinks. (901 W 36th St; 443-835-2179)
 
A sell-out for the last 26 years, Jimmy’s Super Bowl Party is an enormous celebration regardless of which teams are playing. A $65 ticket buys access to a premium open bar extending from 30 minutes before kickoff through the end of the game, an authentic Maryland style bull and oyster roast with varieties of oysters from around the country, and hand-carved pit ham, beef, and turkey. The party fills three separate themed rooms and features surprise appearances by current and former NFL Players, a photo booth, caricature drawings, as well as raffles, auctions, and games! Tickets can be purchased here. (6526 Holabird Ave; 410-633-4040)
 
JD’s in Canton will be playing the game on its twelve big screen TVs alongside a free appetizer buffet and $1 wings. Drink specials include $2 Natty Bohs, $5 Crushes, $20 Union Craft buckets and $10 domestic buckets. (623 S Luzerne Ave; 410-522-2266)
 
Peabody Heights will be opening up its large taproom on Sunday for the game, serving up specials on pitchers and TBD free food. (401 E 30th St; 410-467-7837)
Several stalls throughout R. House will offer food specials, but you can tailgate all day with $2 Natty Boh Tallboys and count on watching the game on their large projection screen. (301 W 29th St; 443-347-3570)
 
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