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Where to Watch Super Bowl 2022 in Nashville

Or just watch commercials, drink beer, and be sad the Titans just missed it again

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The latest NFL season comes to an end on Sunday, February 13, when the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. While many still lament the Titans just missing the mark once again, others have plenty of options for taking in the big game on televisions at the bar or at home. Here are eight Nashville sports bars and restaurants where diehard fans can cheer on their favorite team this year or grab game day meals-to-go — because the big game is a mighty fine excuse to belly up to a bar for a few hours eating nachos and judging commercials

Looking for other places to pair food with sports on the TV around Nashville? Check out these breweries and joints for burgers, wings, and barbecue.

Disclaimer: Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission. The latest CDC guidance is here; find a COVID-19 vaccination site here. It is highly advised people wear masks indoors or when in crowded situations, regardless of vaccination status, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Sam's Place

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TV screens line the exterior edge of the dining area at Sam’s Place in Belle Meade, making it a great place to catch a game on the west side. And for those watching the big game from home, both locations are doing to-go specials on wings — in increments of 25, 50, and 100, with plenty of ranch and blue cheese for excessive feelings drowning/wing dunking.

Crow's Nest

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Crow’s Nest in Green Hills is a two-story restaurant and bar packed with TV screens, plenty of seating, and standard bar fare. There are dozens of beers on tap and numerous other canned and bottled options. Game day specials begin at 5 p.m. and include $4 wells, $4 house wines, $3 domestics, and $1 off all drafts.

Miller's Ale House

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For those seeking a game day spot in Franklin or Murfreesboro, Miller’s Ale House offers two options. For those who would like to dine-in, Miller’s has created a unique advanced ticketing system so fans can get together with family and friends to eat, drink and watch the game hassle-free. Tickets for the Feb. 13 game are on sale at Miller’s now for $25 per person, and the purchase price is credited back to their game-day check. For those who prefer to enjoy the game at home, Miller’s offers large party platters of spicy tenders, burgers, and mac and cheese.

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Double Dogs

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The Hillsboro Village and Sylvan Heights outposts of this sports bar offer wall-to-wall TVs, even in the restrooms, so there’s no need to miss a moment of the game (or the commercials).

Broadway Brewhouse & Mojo

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Broadway Brewhouse in Midtown has been a sports bar standby for years. Ample seating, plenty of televisions, and one of the best beer lists in the city make this a perfect spot to set up shop.

Nashville Underground

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The multi-level Broadway bar will air the game on their 40-plus TVs — including the LED dance floor. Team-themed food specials and $3 Bud Light drafts are also on the docket.

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Smokin Thighs

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This food truck turned neighborhood restaurant specializes in one of football’s great culinary pairings - chicken wings. Order your fill of wings and moonshine cocktails and enjoy the game.

The Mainstay

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Located at the bottom of the 5th and Main building in East Nashville, The Mainstay flies somewhat under the radar when it comes to sports bars. The restaurant accommodates plenty of seating and ample screens for viewing, plus a full bar and menu items such as wings, avocado fries, burgers, and flatbreads.

Sam's Place

TV screens line the exterior edge of the dining area at Sam’s Place in Belle Meade, making it a great place to catch a game on the west side. And for those watching the big game from home, both locations are doing to-go specials on wings — in increments of 25, 50, and 100, with plenty of ranch and blue cheese for excessive feelings drowning/wing dunking.

Crow's Nest

Crow’s Nest in Green Hills is a two-story restaurant and bar packed with TV screens, plenty of seating, and standard bar fare. There are dozens of beers on tap and numerous other canned and bottled options. Game day specials begin at 5 p.m. and include $4 wells, $4 house wines, $3 domestics, and $1 off all drafts.

Miller's Ale House

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For those seeking a game day spot in Franklin or Murfreesboro, Miller’s Ale House offers two options. For those who would like to dine-in, Miller’s has created a unique advanced ticketing system so fans can get together with family and friends to eat, drink and watch the game hassle-free. Tickets for the Feb. 13 game are on sale at Miller’s now for $25 per person, and the purchase price is credited back to their game-day check. For those who prefer to enjoy the game at home, Miller’s offers large party platters of spicy tenders, burgers, and mac and cheese.

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Double Dogs

The Hillsboro Village and Sylvan Heights outposts of this sports bar offer wall-to-wall TVs, even in the restrooms, so there’s no need to miss a moment of the game (or the commercials).

Broadway Brewhouse & Mojo

Broadway Brewhouse in Midtown has been a sports bar standby for years. Ample seating, plenty of televisions, and one of the best beer lists in the city make this a perfect spot to set up shop.

Nashville Underground

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The multi-level Broadway bar will air the game on their 40-plus TVs — including the LED dance floor. Team-themed food specials and $3 Bud Light drafts are also on the docket.

Nashville Underground [Official Photo]

Smokin Thighs

This food truck turned neighborhood restaurant specializes in one of football’s great culinary pairings - chicken wings. Order your fill of wings and moonshine cocktails and enjoy the game.

The Mainstay

Located at the bottom of the 5th and Main building in East Nashville, The Mainstay flies somewhat under the radar when it comes to sports bars. The restaurant accommodates plenty of seating and ample screens for viewing, plus a full bar and menu items such as wings, avocado fries, burgers, and flatbreads.

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