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Super Bowl Sunday 2020: The Best Bars on O‘ahu to Watch the Game Plus Takeout Options

Your last-minute guide to bars and restaurants showing Super Bowl LIV and where to place your game day orders.


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This is a live article. Last updated at 12:36 p.m. on January 31, 2020.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Aloha shirts made an appearance during Super Bowl week when the Kansas City Chiefs stepped off the plane in Miami, Florida. At least eight of the players sported the same red and white aloha shirts as a nod to their head coach Andy Reid—a man who is rarely ever spotted in any other style of top. But Hawai‘i shoutouts aside, the Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers go head-to-head in a battle of red, white and gold (it will be the first time opposing teams are slightly matchy-matchy) at Super Bowl LIV this Sunday, Feb. 2 at 1:45 p.m. (HST). A few other firsts are coming up this Sunday including 49ers offensive assistant Katie Sowers becoming the first female and first openly gay person to coach a Super Bowl team, and the first time I will really pay attention to the TV screen—in between the commericials and halftime performance—thanks to ex-Patriots backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo.

 

So for all of those who know more about the actual game taking place on Super Bowl Sunday, here are the best bars and restaurants offering specials for Super Bowl LIV on O‘ahu. Keep checking back throughout the week as I’ll be adding new listings every day. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Where to Watch

 

Champs Sports Bar & Grill

What

Hosted by Augie T., this ticketed event offers a light buffet, darts, pool tables, games and a chance to win prizes.

When

Noon–6 p.m.

Where

3457 Waialae Avenue, Kaimukī, (808) 737-4101.

How much

$15 for adults, $8 for kids

champssportsbarhawaii.com


 

Lucky Strike Social

What

This ticketed party includes unlimited starters, wings, two drink tickets, raffle tickets and giveaways. 

When

12:30–5 p.m.

Where

1450 Ala Moana Boulevard, Ala Moana, (808) 664-1140.

How much

$75 per person

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Real Gastropub & Bent Tail Brewing Company

What

Catch the 49ers and the Chiefs on five large screens while playing games of your own throughout the day at this Kaka‘ako pub. Along with drink, shot and food specials, guests can create their own Guinness “stout-ie” (yep, that’s a word that happens when a stout meets a selfie) by putting their face on the foam top of their beer. 

When

Specials begin at 11 a.m. and last until the end of the game.

Where

506 Keawe Street, Kaka‘ako, (808) 200-2739.

How much

No cover but reservations are recommended.

realgastropub.com


 

Uncle’s NY Deli, Pizza, Pasta & Subs

What

Enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet and happy hour prices all day at this newish to Waikīkī pizza place. There’s also a chance to win a flat screen TV.

When

Noon–6 p.m.

Where

2299 Kūhiō Avenue, Waikīkī, (808) 744-0854

How much

$100 tickets include the buffet, two alcoholic drinks, sodas and a reserved seat. Kamaʻāina discounts are available.

unclesnypubgrill.com


 

Surfer, The Bar

What

Arrive early to save a seat to watch the game on the largest screen in a restaurant on the North Shore. Food and drink specials will be served all day.

When

Noon–6 p.m.

Where

57-091 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, (808) 293-9000.

How much

No cover

turtlebayresort.com


Pork tacos at The Street Food Hall

Pork tacos from Mi Almita Taqueria at The Street Food Hall.
Photo: Courtesy of The Street, A Michael Mina Social House Facebook page

 

The Street by Michael Mina

What

The Street gang is offering food and drink specials before and during the game, which will be showing on a 12 foot 4K HD screen.

When

Pre-game deals begin at 10 a.m.

Where

International Market Place, 2330 Kalākaua Ave., Suite 330, Waikīkī, (808) 377-4402.

How much

No cover and seating is open (so get there early to claim your spot). Beer and cocktail specials range between $4–$6.

thestreetsocialhouse.com


 

Hard Rock Café

What

Relax and focus on the game with Hard Rock Café’s ticketed game day food and drink packages, which are perfect for groups of all sizes (these should be purchased ahead of time). 

When

Noon–6 p.m.

Where

280 Beach Walk, Waikīkī, (808) 921-2246.

How much

General admission is $10 per person for reserved seating. Pre-paid packages are in addition to entry ticket. 

For more information contact Charee Heard at (808) 921-2242 or charee.heard@hardrock.com or visit eventbrite.com


Hukilau

Photo: Courtesy of Hukilau

 

Hukilau

What

Head to this downstairs Downtown sports bar for special dining deals and discounted drinks.

When

Noon to 6 p.m.

Where

Aston at the Executive Centre Hotel, 1088 Bishop St., LL13, (808) 523-3460.

How much

$5 for 24-ounce Bud Light, $15 beer buckets (Sierra Nevada, Heineken or Corona) and $5 strawberry frosé glasses.

dahukilau.com


 

Tropics Bar & Grill

What

A “touchdown bloody mary” that comes with Skyy Vodka, bloody mary mix, a chicken wing, coconut shrimp, bacon, pickled carrot, celery, olive and lemon at 11 a.m. on a Sunday sounds like a wonderful little challenge. There is also a selection of vodka, whiskey and beer available. Food-wise, the beachfront alfresco bar and restaurant is serving poke nachos, pork belly nachos, adobo chicken wings and Spam garlic french fries.

When

Starting at 11 a.m.

Where

Hilton Hawaiian Village, 2005 Kālia Road, Waikīkī, (808) 949-4321.

How much

Drink specials range between $10.50–$28. Shareable special game day menu items range between $14–$28.

hiltonhawaiianvillage.com


 

Bob’s Sports Bar

What

Choose to watch inside on the four TVs or outside on their 120-inch projection screen. Beers and other drinks will be discounted. Plus games, pūpū and more. 

When

12:30 p.m.

Where

170 Hāmākua Drive in Kailua, (808) 263-7669

How much

Free 

Check the Facebook page for updates and more information


 

Moose McGillycuddy’s

What

It will be young, it will be fun and it will be affordable.

When

Bar opens at 1 p.m. for a 1:30 p.m. kick off.

Where

310 Lewers St., Waikīkī, (808) 923-0751.

How much

$4 mai tais, $ Kona Longboards, $5 Bud Lights and seriously cheap food specials.

Check the Facebook page for updates and more information


 

Taps and Apps Brewpub

What

For $10 guests have access to a special chili bar while they enjoy the game on seven screens. Throughout the event there will be giveaways and drinks specials.

When

Bar opens at 1 p.m. for a 1:30 p.m. kick off.

Where

95-1830 Meheula Parkway, Mililani, (808) 626-8277.

How much

Regular menu prices. 

Check the Facebook page for updates and more information


 

More spots to check out for The Big Game:

 

  • Pint + Jigger at 1936 S. King St., McCully-Mō‘ili‘ili, (808) 744-9593.
     

  • Waikīkī Brewing Co. Kaka‘ako at 831 Queen St., (808) 591-0387.
     

  • The Shack at 95-221 Kīpapa Drive, Mililani, (808) 627-1561 and 1051 Keolu Drive, Keolu Hills, Kailua, (808) 261-1191.
     

  • Yard House at 226 Lewers St reet, #L148, (808) 923-9273.

 


SEE ALSO: 5 Restaurants, Bars and Breweries for Football Sunday Brunch in Honolulu


 

Takeout Options

The Pig and the Lady

What

Get a bucket of the incredible LFC wings for Super Bowl Sunday. 

When

You must preorder and arrange a pick up time (using the link below) at Piggy Smalls at Ward Village on Sunday, Feb. 2 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

How much

Choose between a 12 piece bucket for $30 or a 20 piece bucket for $50. 

thepigandthelady.com/superbowl

 

Down to Earth

What

Vegan wings platter: Because carnivores aren’t the only ones who like sports.

When

Start ordering now and arrange to pick up and pay on either Saturday, Feb. 1 or Sunday, Feb. 2.

How much

$34.99

Call the location you are going to pick your wings up from.

 

Buffalo Wild Wings

What

All sorts of wings, burgers, tenders, big pretzels, mini corndogs, meaty sandwiches, wraps, sides, salads and desserts dominate this all-American chain. 

When

Start ordering now and arrange to pick up on Sunday.

Where

Multiple locations on O‘ahu include Ala Moana Mall, Kāneʻohe, Pearl City and ʻEwa Beach.

How much

Various prices.

 

Still need more pūpū platter inspiration? This list of 7 Party Platters Your Guests Won’t Pūpū has you covered.

 

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