The Best Parties, Spreads, and Eats in the Bay for Super Bowl 2024 (2024)

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Super Bowl Sunday is bound to be one of the biggest days for San Francisco Bay Area sports fans this year. There are a ton of big-time sports bars in the city, yes, but this is an American holiday and should be exalted as such — especially since the 49ers are in the big game this year.

There’s no correct way to watch Christian McCaffrey devastate the Chiefs, Run CMC-ing his way to victory, but there’s no reason not to make it as bombastic a day as possible. There are tons of parties to attend throughout the Bay, longtime bars to stop in at, and take-home platters and party packs bound to make Super Bowl LVIII a certified banger.


In San Francisco alone there are a ton of righteous festivities. In the Mission, head to True Laurel. It’s the popular bar’s first-ever Super Bowl watch party, and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. guests can order TL patty melts and co*cktails to prepare for kickoff. Dishes include a twice-baked potato with red miso butter, chile creme fraiche, and hot cheddar, as well as masa dumplings with charred radicchio and garlic breadcrumbs on the menu. The game itself comes in on the bar’s sculpture wall, so there won’t be a bad seat in the house. Reservations can be made through Tock.

On the east side, head to Gumbo Social as, indeed, it’s gumbo go time in the city. Doors open at noon and the game starts at 3:30 p.m., but seating is limited. This thunderous newcomer to the area will serve wings, fries, gussied up tots, pulled pork and barbecued beef sandwiches, sea burgers and hamburgers, plus queso dip.

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Michael Mina’s International Smoke opens early at 3 p.m. for the big day. The restaurant will serve the Bang Bang 9er Gang co*cktail, a $14 medley of 1800 Tequila, Ancho Reyes liqueur, pomegranate, lemon, and gold powder. Tailgate specials include pigs in a blanket, Caribbean chicken wings, and pulled pork nachos. You can preorder the goodies to take home, too, including a $155 tailgate package with duck fat fries and a full rack of American barbecue ribs. Call the restaurant at 415-660-2656 to reserve or order to-go, or visit the website’s delivery page.

In Oakland, hit Parche on Broadway for an all-day happy hour featuring new menu items including the salmon salpicón tostadas and half-priced bottles of wine. The game will be played on the restaurant’s newly installed projector. There’s also alaMar Dominican Kitchen running a similar playbook of an all-day happy hour, broadcasting the game on a 120” screen, with reservations available through OpenTable.

For the North Bay, fans can head to Sweetwater Music Hall for an all-ages, no cover watch party with games and a raffle. Down south, head to San Jose’s Santana Row where nearly every restaurant is in the mix and offering deals and to-go packages, including Meso and Left Bank.


San Francisco is stuffed to the brim with stalwart sports bars; a few favorites include the Outer Richmond’s Hockey Haven and Pig and Whistle, North Beach’s the Boardroom, and the Sunset’s Lomo Libre. You can bet these institutions will have the game on with fans pouring out the door like Pliny the Elder from so many taps.

Outside the city and down south one can head to fan-favorite Old Princeton Landing for a big party in the bar. Up north, Sausalito is ringing in “Souper Bowl 2024” from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, February 10. Tickets go for $25 and could be a great chance to find a restaurant and bar to head back to on Sunday; Barrel House Tavern was awarded the best soup in 2023 for a spiced coconut butternut squash soup with toasted pepitas, Calabrian chile oil, and micro greens.

Across the Bay Bridge check out Mad Oak and Athletic Club Oakland as classic places to watch the game, plus Mushin Sports Lounge for craft co*cktails and lots of TVs.

At-home vibes

While heading out to a party or bar is ideal for some, many want to take in the festivities at home with huge feasts prepared for the dinner table.

Patron pizza saint Tony Gemgniani is offering a new pie dubbed the Faithful Sicilian, inspired by the 49er Faithful fans, for just this Super Bowl week. This pizza comes slathered in hot honey, garlic oil, and Cup & Char sausage (it’s usually only available at Levi’s Stadium). The pie will leave rotation on February 11 and is for sale at Tony’s Pizza Napoletana and Slice House by Tony Gemignani in San Francisco’s North Beach for $38 per pie.

There’s also Prubechu’s annual legendary take-home deal, this time a KFC riff. The Ko’Ko fried chicken wing set includes eight pieces of Chamorro-style wings, red rice, cole slaw, wasabi ranch, and all-purpose Guamanian condiment fina’denne. Fair warning, it’s for pick-up only on the day of and there’s limited availability. Also in the Mission, swing by Shuggie’s Trash Pie & Natural Wine for pepperoni pizza rolls, pigs in blankets with blackberry beer mustard, and beverages in addition to the usual pizza. Pickup time and offerings are available through Resy.

For the bold, try Tcho’s Choco Natchos. The limited edition vegan chocolate bars are made with cocoa butter, tortilla chips, garlic, chives, red peppers, onions, cilantro, tomatoes, jalapeños, cayenne pepper, and extra-smoked paprika. This mad lad invention comes from TCHO’s Chief Chocolate Maker Brad Kintzer who came up with the idea as an homage to his beloved Birds from Philly when they went to the Super Bowl in 2018. Order online to embark on this strange flavorful journey.

For the less bold but still hungry, check out Pasta Supply Co.’s to-go offerings. All the dishes — yes, that includes the salumi platter and hen and pork bolognese lasagna — serve three to four, and ordering two or more platters gets you a complimentary six-pack of beer. If that doesn’t grab you, all crate wines are half-off for dine-in guests. Go Niners!

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The Best Parties, Spreads, and Eats in the Bay for Super Bowl 2024 (2024)


Where are the Super Bowl parties 2024? ›

The married pair attend the Michael Rubin's Fanatics Super Bowl party at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Feb. 10, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Who is going to the Super Bowl 2024? ›

Kansas City Chiefs' tight end #87 Travis Kelce and Kansas City Chiefs' quarterback #15 Patrick Mahomes hug after winning Super Bowl LVIII against the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, February 11, 2024. The Kansas City Chiefs win the 2024 Super Bowl, 25-22!

What food to order for the Super Bowl? ›

These are our top ten favorite Super Bowl foods of all time — and where to get them.
  • Pigs in a Blanket.
  • Bone-In Wings. ...
  • Nachos. ...
  • Totino's Pizza Rolls. ...
  • Six-Foot Subs. ...
  • Quesadillas. ...
  • Jalapeño Poppers. ...
  • Loaded Potato Skins. Kicking off our best football bites list are loaded potato skins: a salty, heavy sports bar classic. ...
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What is the #1 food consumed at Super Bowl parties? ›

The three most popular Super Bowl dishes people order are pizza, chicken wings, and chips with dips.

What is the number 1 snack for the Super Bowl? ›

An Instacart survey revealed the top picks when it comes to game day snacks, and just in time for Super Bowl Sunday. Tortilla chips took the top spot for the No. 1 must-have snack during a game day party, followed by cola, cheese dips and salsas.

How much are Super Bowl tickets 2024? ›

How much are Super Bowl tickets in 2024? The price of tickets has quite a range. But as things stand, the average cost per ticket sold is $8,400, according to StubHub. The range, as shown on StubHub, is anywhere from around $6,875 to as high as $22,907.

How much were Super Bowl tickets 2024? ›

How much was the average Super Bowl ticket price for 2024? Last-minute tickets to the Super Bowl were going for as high as $37,000 on the ticket resale platform StubHub Sunday afternoon, and $30,000 on SeatGeek. StubHub told CBS News last week that the average price for a Super Bowl ticket was $8,600.

Who won the Super Bowl 2024 score? ›

The road to Super Bowl LVIII is complete as NFL playoffs wrapped up with a thrilling overtime victory from the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers behind another MVP performance from Patrick Mahomes, 25-22.

What does the Super Bowl logo look like for 2024? ›

What is the Super Bowl logo conspiracy? Some people believe the colors in the 2024 logo are a nod to the teams that will ultimately play in the game. This year's logo features a shade of purple similar to the Ravens' colors, along with a hint of red close to the 49ers' colors.

Who is the female guitarist in the Super Bowl 2024? ›

Filipino American artist Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson, known professionally as H.E.R., made a surprise appearance during Usher's halftime show at the 2024 Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

Do people order pizza for the Super Bowl? ›

Known to be one of the busiest pizza delivery days of the year, Super Bowl Sunday is just as much about snacking as it is about sporting. You've invited everyone over, the beer is cold, the chips are crisp, but it's not a complete experience unless the pizza is ready to go.

Which team has won the most Super Bowls? ›

New England Patriots

What are the top 2 Super Bowl snacks? ›

To help plan your game day menu, we've rounded up some of our favorite Super Bowl appetizers that are sure to be a hit. These are the classic foods like Buffalo wings and nachos — plus more than a few innovative ideas, such as fried potato salad bites and a pimento cheese bar — that'll make your spread a success.

What sells the most during the Super Bowl? ›

Super Bowl week ranks #1 in terms of total snack sales for the entire year. The snack data compared buying stats from Super Bowl 2023 to stats from the prior year. Notably, the most significant sales spikes during Super Bowl week were in the categories of corn chips, tortilla chips, pretzels, and potato chips.

Is Super Bowl Sunday the 2nd largest food consumption? ›

Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest food consumption day on the calendar after Thanksgiving and marks a significant demand period for a variety of meat and poultry items popular as finger foods.

What is the most popular food on Big game Sunday? ›

Super Bowl Sunday is the 2nd most day of consumed food, second only to Thanksgiving. Some of the most popular foods consumed on Super Bowl Sunday are pizza, chicken wings, and snacks like chips and dips.


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