Where to Grab a Seat and Watch the Big Game


February 3, 2017

Are you ready for some football but need a spot in Anaheim and Orange County to watch the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons? We’ve got the inside scoop on where to go and watch The Big Game this Sunday without traveling all the way to Houston. Here are some of our picks for a memorable game day experience.

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Downtown Disney® District, Anaheim, CA

You won’t miss a single play with over 150 large-screen HDTVs in view of nearly every seat at ESPN Zone. For the ultimate Big Game experience, the Screening Room is a dream come true. Complete with a 16-foot HD screen surrounded by twelve 36-inch monitors, you’ll feel like Rodger Goodell will be handing you the Lombardi Trophy himself post-game. Need a break for all the on-screen action? Head to the upstairs gameroom with 10,000-square-feet of sports-themed interactive games, air hockey and attractions.

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The Catch

Anaheim, CA

Owned by the same folks who brought us famed TAPS Fish House & Brewery — The Catch in Anaheim is a classy upscale sports bar/lounge with outstanding food and drinks. Catch the Big Game on one of the 14 flat screens while sipping on a diverse roster of craft beers. Hungry? Then live out your own Man v. Food food challenge and order the OMG Burger, a monstrous 14-inch, four-pound burger fit for a true food maniac—or a group of friends.

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Caffé Primo

Anaheim, CA

Located in the heart of Downtown Anaheim, Caffé Primo on Center Street is a prime spot to gather your buds for grub, beer and the Big Game. The fun spot boasts a full menu of food and drink specials, like discounted pitchers, in honor of game day. The Primo crew will also be holding raffles and giveaways for your chance to bring home a championship prize too.

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Tustin Brewing Company

Tustin, CA

Gameday fun starts way before kickoff at Tustin Brewing Company with $5 Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas. Need some sustenance to make sure you see the end of the game? Tustin Brewing Company’s menu includes pizza from a wood-fired oven, beer-battered fish and chips (using Tustin Brewing Co.'s own beers), lamb chops, pastas, salads, tacos and steak specials.

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Out of the Park Pizza

Anaheim, CA

Craft beer + pizza — what more could you ask for during the Big Game? How about all day happy hour! This kid-friendly bar and restaurant has 26 big screen TVs, a 9-foot wide projector and a large selection craft beer and whiskey.  Enjoy $1 off all beers, $2 off select appetizers and $5 off large or extra large three topping (or more) pizzas. 

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Rudy’s Pub & Grill

Newport Beach and Lake Forest, CA

With flat screen TVs blanketing the restaurant, it becomes very difficult to miss a play at Rudy's. Both locations offer options to enjoy the quintessential Southern California weather while watch the Big Game action in Houston.  

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Gallagher's Pub and Grill

Huntington Beach, CA

OC’s very own “Bears Den,” located in the heart of Downtown Huntington Beach, will have the Big Game screened on six TVs this Sunday. The Irish bar’s menu will of course feature Bangers and Mash and bottomless mimosas until 2 p.m.

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The Tilted Kilt

Orange, CA

Last but not least is the place that made the phrase “A Cold Beer Never Looked So Good” famous. With a mouth-watering menu, 30 beers on draft and an extensive spirit selection — good times are always had at Tilted Kilt.