On game day those at Lucas Oil Stadium will be dining on the classic stadium fare with 59 permanent concession stands and 90 portable concessions. In addition to hot dogs, pork tenderloins, pot roast sandwiches, gyros, pizza, philly cheese steaks, chicken ceasar salad, barbeque, french fries, onion rings and ice cream, Farm Aid’s Homegrown chili will be served!
If you will be enjoying the closeup shots, the slow motion replays and a restroom you don’t have to share with 63,000 other people then perhaps you’ll want to settle in at one of these best spots to watch the game: Ale Emporium, Buffalo Wild Wings, Fox and Hound, The Ram, or Champps Americana.
If you’re enjoying the game from your own hometown sports bar, share your fave spots to watch the game below!
May the best team win!
Lunch – Sunday at 11:00 am the Super Bowl Pre-Game Party kicks off at Indiana State Museum. If you want something a little more low key than lunch with Paula Deen and Cirque USA, then grab lunch at Shalimar (for something different so you can enjoy your game day food later!), Squealers (because you can never have too much BBQ), or Shapiro’s Delicatessen.
Breakfast – Breakfast at the Super Bowl is Saturday, February 4th and features the Bart Starr Award, which will be awarded to a current NFL player, voted on by his peers, for outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community. Special guests include Jim Caldwell, Tarik Glenn, Jeff Saturday, Hunter Smith and Joe Reitz. In addition a silent auction will be held with plenty of signed sports gear!