Superbowl Sunday is Feb. 11 this year, and OKC has dozens of great spots where you and your friends can cheer on your favorite team!   



Louie’s Bar & Grill

With a handful of OKC locations, chances are there’s a Louie’s Bar & Grill near you. Open for lunch and dinner, this casual American eatery and pub serves a terrific variety of burgers, sandwiches, tacos and more, all intentionally affordable, in a low-key, casual atmosphere. You can’t go wrong with the fried green beans!   


The Garage Burgers & Beer

Definitely family-friendly but sit at the bar if you just want to hang out with the grownups! OKC is home to five Garage locations. They've got amazing burgers served 16 ways, tacos, fries and much, much more. 


Sports Bars

Cock o’ the Walk Bar & Grill

Claiming the title of OKC’s oldest sports bar, Cock o’ the Walk has been open since 1960. It’s a classic, old-school neighborhood sports bar with pool tables, lots of TVs and classic bar fare: nachos, wraps and half-pound burgers. Terrific queso, excellent chili and a full bar make the Cock a must-visit on game day.  


Cousins Bar & Grill

Since 1987, Cousins has brought its neighborhood charm to neighborhood locals and newbies alike. Loaded potato skins, wings, nachos, burgers, plate dinners and wraps plus a full bar, big TVs and pool tables – the classic neighborhood bar at its best.    


Lumpy’s Sports Grill

There are three Lumpy’s outposts in OKC, and we love them all. In addition to your traditional sports bar activities (e.g: watching sports), Lumpy’s kicks the fun up a notch with karaoke nights, open mic nights and live music. If you love bar food, this is your Nirvana. They’ve got wings, eggrolls, potato skins, popcorn chicken, loaded fries and SO MANY drink specials.     


Fassler Hall

This German-style pub in Midtown has plenty of seating to accommodate large groups and an extensive menu to quench your thirst and feed your hungry belly. They've got brats, appetizers, salads and sandwiches. For drinks, Fassler Hall offers German and domestic beer on tap and in the bottle, as well as cocktails and wine. Flat-screen TVs line the walls of the bar and seating area, making it a perfect place to watch the big game.    


OKC Tap House

Indulge in the ultimate game-day experience at OKC Tap House this Super Bowl Sunday. This is more than just your average viewing party! Prizes, drink specials and a Big Game Buffet will make this a gathering to remember. Since seating is limited, be sure to secure your spot by visiting OKC Tap House on Open Table and book the 'Big Game Viewing Party' under experiences.



Republic Gastropub

With about a zillion TVs, more than 100 unique beers on tap, nearly 250 hand-selected bottled beers from around the world, a solid wine list and clever cocktails, a full bar and menu items like Thai beef salad, black bean tostada stack and Bock battered fish & chips, Republic’s Classen Curve location is, understandably, always bustling. Pro tip: you might want to make a reservation this Superbowl Sunday.



Unabashedly upscale, Chalk, located in Chisholm Creek, takes classic bar food and elevates it with a unique style. The deviled eggs? They’re deep-fried. The nachos? They’re smothered in steak, along with cheddar, jalapenos, red onions, salsa and guac. We can admit it: we’re slightly addicted to the pimento crab wontons with hot honey, and the entrees are equally exceptional. Full bar, great beers and drink specials? Naturally!


Also worth your while: VZD’s Restaurant & Bar, Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, Henry Hudson’s Pub and The Drum Room.