The Best Places on Cape Cod to Watch the Super Bowl

The big game is almost upon us, and our team is ready to win big once again. But do you have plans befitting the occasion?

If you do, you’ll want to pair them with the perfect location: part pub, part restaurant, part lounge. Definitely some big screen TV’s.

There are plenty of such establishments on Cape Cod, but check out our guide below to some of the most unique places in the area where Super Bowl-watching is at its prime.

The Classic Choice – Dino’s Sports Bar, Mashpee

It is sometimes hard to count how many televisions are in Dino’s – but then again, the number could change, depending on how many beers you’ve had. This famous pub grub place offers exactly what you’re expecting with dependable quality and service. Remember to drink responsibly and try their pizza! 401 Nathan Ellis Hwy

The Beer Connoisseur’s Choice – British Beer Company, multiple locations
A pub-lover’s paradise, the BBC has tons of beer, tempting snack foods and heartier meals to boot. Sandwiches, Shepard’s pie and burgers round out a surprisingly diverse menu with options for most specialty diets. 263 Grand Avenue, Falmouth; 412 Main Street, Hyannis; 46 Route 6A, Sandwich

The Hungry Person’s Choice – KKatie’s Burger Bar, Hyannis
Over 20 different burgers, including a vegetarian one, are on the menu at the Burger Bar; all of them are guaranteed to fill the hungriest of appetites. The slightly peckish in your party will have lighter options like chowder, salads and sandwiches. But if it’s halftime, be sure to order some of their “frickled pickles” – a deep-fried touchdown in and of itself. 334 Main St.

The Active Watcher’s Choice – The Lanes Bowl and Bistro, Mashpee
Okay, maybe you’ve got restless leg syndrome. Or maybe a person in your party doesn’t really care to sit and watch an entire football. Maybe you just aren’t the type of person to sit, drink, and eat fried food all night. So watch the game at the Lanes! You’ll be moving while you watch, since their tv screens are actually projections on the walls at the pin-end of each lane. Combine that with a craft cocktail menu, and you’ve got quite the night ahead of you, no matter which team wins. 9 Greene St.

The Ol’ Salty Cape Codder’s Choice – LandHO! Harwich Port
This has got “classic Cape Cod” written all over it. Choose this joint if you’re expecting to see old friends, or introducing visitors to a little slice of life on the Cape. The décor is comprised of old signs and fishermen portraits. The surf and turf fare is heartily appropriate for the big game. 429 MA-28

The Choice for Local Brews – Etzy’s, Dennis Port
Known for their dark wood and bright service, Etzy’s is full of warmth and comfort – doesn’t hurt that many of their beers are made right here on the Cape. Combined with an extensive bar-food menu, the atmosphere encourages chatter about good times and good football games. 701-707 Main St.

The Socialite’s Choice – Red Faced Jacks, West Yarmouth
It says it right on their website: ‘We are inclined that if we watch a football game, we have taken part in it.’ The ultra-social atmosphere is only improved by the range of Italian-, Mexican-, and classic American-inspired menu and over 30 beers to choose from. 585 Main St.

By CapeCod.com Staff


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