Super Bowl Party Spaces
The countdown to the Super Bowl is on. Before it’s time to enter office Super Bowl pools and stock your kitchen with chips & dip, we’re making sure you don’t fumble on game night by helping you find the right space to host your Super Bowl festivities! Here, our roundup of the top event spaces for cheering on your team, crying at commercials, and Super Bowl sized snacking.
This is a perfect space to host 24 of your closes friends. The best part? Within the rental, you’ll get a mounted roll of 9-ft wide sheet that you can use as a projection screen. And of course, the projector is included.
This three story Brooklyn towhome is a collection of three dreamy floors, each creating it’s own unique vibe and setting for watching the game! We love the exposed brick walls and the large backyard. Perfect for hanging out with friends.
This is an independent bar and micro-cinema. The bar offers a rustic bar/restaurant setting and 50-seat screening room that can be rented together with the bar, or separately.
Rent the full space, which can hold up to 1000 guests, or just a small portion of it you and your close friends. Either way, this food truck paradise is the perfect atmosphere to eat, drink, and watch the game.
This space features a small indoor pool in the center of the room, with in-ground lighting and seating area. The projectors let you display the game on several walls, so no one has to a miss a play. Be careful with your bets or you might end up in the pool with your clothes on.
This 5,000 sq ft warehouse space is a hub for creativity. When not in use as a venue, it’s home to recording studios, creative offices, conference rooms, and editorial suites. In the adjoining lounge, guests can enjoy the pool table, make use of the full kitchen, and check out the installations by local artists that adorn the walls.
This versatile event space is located in San Francisco’s design district. There are plenty of comfortable seating areas for watching the game, munching on snacks, and gossiping during commercial breaks.
What better place to watch the big game than on the big screen. This beautiful cinema house from 1910 can hold 85 guests and is designed specifically for unusual visual experiences. Enjoy pre and post game cocktails in the enchanting, tropical garden.
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