A Procrastinators Guide To Celebrating The Big Game In AZ

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Today’s the big day – Super Bowl LVII is here in Arizona. The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles are going head-to-head at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. If you procrastinated plans to tailgate at State Farm Stadium or head to the watch party downtown…this is for you.

Here is Claudia’s Procrastinators Guide for the average fan, the Eagles fan and the Chiefs fan.


The Eagles Fan

Philly’s Sports Grill – Various Locations

Appropriately named, Philly’s sports bar is THE go-to destination for Eagles fans. While most locations don’t scream “Eagles fan sports bar” the menu has some tried and true Philadelphia favorites. With four Valley locations there’s a chance you’ll still be able to snag a seat…but arrive early! If you want to celebrate like a true Eagle’s fan, order one of the many assortments of Philly Cheesesteaks on the menu. 

Philly’s is a very popular destination in my household because the food is delicious and there are SO many TV’s. At some locations, there are even TVs at each table with your own remote!

Website: https://www.phillyssportsgrill.com/


The Chiefs Fan

Pub Rock Live – Scottsdale

Notoriously known across the Valley as “home base” for Chiefs fans in Arizona. Pub Rock Live is packed door to door with red and yellow throughout the regular season. Their website claims that it all began with three Chiefs fans and has now grown into a recurring fanbase. Pub Rock live is NOT taking reservations, meaning all tables will be first come, first served. With several large projector screens and tons of true fans, this is THE location for Chiefs fans in Arizona. 

Andy Reid even made a visit to Pub Rock Live on Friday. 

Website: https://pubrocklive.my.canva.site/


The Average Fan

R.T. O’Sullivans – Scottsdale & Mesa

Do you watch the NFL religiously? This bar is for you. 

You don’t care about football at all? This bar is for you. 

You’d like to partake in bar games like Billiards, darts and even volleyball? This bar is for you. 

It’s possible to call RTO’s to reserve a table but some tables will still be first come, first served. There is also a fair amount of open bar and outdoor seating. The Scottsdale location has beach volleyball courts outside. 


CK’s Tavern & Grill – South Phoenix, Ahwatukee

Looking for a lesser-known sports bar? CK’s Tavern & Grill has everything you want in a sports bar but it’s kind of off the beaten path. There are SO MANY televisions and delicious food. You’re also likely to avoid a lot of traffic and crowds if you choose this bar. 


Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers – Various Locations

Yes, you guessed it. Here, you can drink cold beer and choose from a large menu of cheeseburgers. This is another popular Arizona sports bar chain and will likely be at full capacity for the Super Bowl. I recommend arriving early with the majority of your party to get a prime seat. CBCB is one of the only popular locations providing specials for the Super Bowl, visit their website for more details. 

The buffalo tots are my favorite app on the menu!


Zipps Sports Bar & Grill – Various Locations

Zipps is easily one of the most popular sports bars in Arizona. Famous across the Valley for its’ Zipparita’s and endless mounted TV’s. There are nine locations across the Valley that will be showing the game.