Super Bowl: Quick list of the 28 go-to sports bars in Charlotte – Axios Charlotte

    Are you looking for a sports bar in charlotte to watch the super bowl this sunday? here are the 28 best sports bars in our city.

    note: the sports below are not listed in any specific order (this is not a ranking).

    selwyn bar

    laid back charlotte classic popular with the country club crowd in myers park

    why we love it: the frat-tastic bar in the heart of charlotte’s wealthiest neighborhood knows exactly what it is and who it attracts.

    what we’re drinking: $5 transfusions. the simple mixed drink (vodka, ginger ale, and a splash of grape juice) has been the same cheap five bucks since the bar opened in 1990.

    Dive Deeper: How Selwyn Pub Made a Name for Its Cheap $5 Brew Town Transfusions and Craft Cocktails


    duckworth residential area

    a mind-boggling amount of TVs on a mission to make charlotte an uptown cheesesteak town

    Why We Love It: The tap wall features a whopping 150 beers.

    super bowl special: $3.95 spins (some exclusions apply)

    cheese steak options: 7 different sandwiches, from the original philly to chicken philly fajita, along with 8 cheese options (including cheez whiz).

    axios tip: head down to the bodega, a basement speakeasy with a completely different vibe, if you’re more into craft cocktails.


    casual bar in montford with three distinct seating areas (front dining, back bar and back patio)

    Why we love it: Delicious bar food, a premium backyard patio, and daily and monthly specials.

    super bowl specials: $5 drink of the month called “pineapple sunrise”, $9 mule of the month and, of course, $2 mimosas and $4 bloody marys.

    dilworth neighborhood grid

    large restaurant and bar with a spacious patio and roll-up garage doors for an indoor/outdoor setting

    Why We Love It: It’s a major game day destination where fans come together to meet up before home Panther games (just down the street from Bank of America Stadium). america) or watch the games away from home.

    quality control for the house

    casual all-day neighborhood bar in the south end

    Why We Love It: qc pour house is the happy medium between brewpubs and high-end cocktail bars without veering too far into party bar territory.

    Layout: Reminiscent of vbgb’s interior space with a large bar, picnic tables and a walk-up food window. like vbgb, there are no servers, just bartenders and kitchen staff. there’s seating for 92 at picnic tables, the bar, and high ceilings, plus a few center rails for drinks where groups can stand and gather. Bar seating along a wall of open windows overlooking Tremont also creates an airy indoor/outdoor atmosphere in the absence of a patio. you’ll also find a dozen TVs for game day.

    sports bar qc pour house charlotte

    moose head

    quiet watering hole known for its legendary wings in montford

    Why we love it: Old school. and so many regulars. don’t forget its relaxing rooftop seating area.

    favorite wing order: half uncle donnie, half bee sting. choose from over 10 sauces, including blood orange ghost pepper and pb&j.

    dive deeper: the best charlotte wings

    ed’s tavern

    neighborhood hangout with lots of tvs and a large patio in dilworth

    Why We Love It: Ed’s suffered a bit of an identity crisis when it changed its name to Bourbon n Burgers in 2017. Regulars roundly rejected the new brand, and the owners quickly corrected course and changed the ed’s poster in 60 days the customer is always right.

    what we’re drinking: a bucket of beer on the patio. looking to get weird? ask for their mimosa tower.

    tyber creek

    Irish pub with TVs inside and outside, upstairs and downstairs

    Why we love it: It’s a South End staple that will soon be torn down and rebuilt. this could be the pub’s last super bowl in its current form.

    american pub

    South end venue with a large young crowd on game day

    Why We Love It: Located right on the light rail and not far from Bank of America Stadium, it’s a great place to meet up with fellow Panthers fans.

    super bowl special: $3 mimosas, $15 mimosa pitcher, $5 panther shot, $5 tall boys (bud light and michelob ultra).


    easy dilworth restaurant and bar with great wings

    Why we love it: It’s the perfect neighborhood spot with amazing wings.

    tavern on the tracks

    South end pub with great indoor and outdoor space located near the light rail

    Why we love it: Fun backyard and 20 TVs. order their steak on weck sandwich and chicken wings. They’re also the go-to bar for fans of Buffalo bills and University of Michigan alumni. for super bowl lvi, they are getting bengals fans. Doors open at 11am.

    whiskey warehouse

    two-story restaurant with rooftop terrace in midwood plaza

    Sunday Special: Every Sunday they have $3 mimosas, $5 bloody mary’s and $3 bug lights.

    View: The top shelf, the rooftop bar, has a great view of uptown.


    walnut tavern

    Classic American diner with tons of TVs and a strong menu

    super bowl special: reserve your table for the super bowl party in advance. a $20 ticket includes access to the buffet, contests, raffles, games and more.

    Background: Hickory Tavern has been a sports bar and neighborhood hangout for over 20 years. They now have 27 locations in the southeastern United States.

    ri ra

    Irish pub with a night party atmosphere and several different areas to watch the game

    Pocket Rooftop: There is a small, hidden rooftop patio overlooking the courtyard at the Truist Center (formerly Hearst Tower).

    angry beer

    neighborhood gathering with a great patio in montford

    Why We Love It:The party bar where you perform is always a good time with a spacious front patio and outdoor bar.

    Sunday Special: Every Sunday, angry ale’s offers $12 bottles of champagne, $15 miller lite buckets, $2.50 miller lite, $6 pickleback shots and $3 mimosas.

    graham street bar

    casual rooftop bar located between bb&t ballpark and bank of america stadium uptown

    Why We Love It: It’s a new (sort of) casual option (no dress code, no elevator lines) among the most stylish rooftop options uptown. And while it may not be 20 stories tall, the view from the top of the single-story building is quite impressive.

    super bowl specials: half price appetizers during the first quarter, $3 domestic cans, $5 jager, ovens, ball of fire.

    Drill Down: Charlotte’s Best Rooftop Bars

    province road several

    old school neighborhood bar and restaurant in myers park serving charlotte since 1933

    Bring the Kids: The family-friendly spot (yes, there’s a kids’ menu) knows that parents need a bar getaway too, even with little kids in tow. most of the time kids and parents sit on the right side of the restaurant and the left side is more adult.


    jackbeagle morehead

    With a different vibe than its noda counterpart, jackbeagle’s at 1404 w morehead st is a laid-back place to watch the game.

    why we love it: their chicken fillets and mac & the cheeses are more than good.


    a short drive from bofa, it’s a great spot for pre-game and post-game shenanigans when the panthers are in town.

    Why we love it: Its dog-friendly patio, fried pickles, and 20+ TVs above and below.

    super bowl special: $15 all-you-can-eat hotdogs, $13 household buckets, $5 gatorade shots.

    athletes & jills

    This sports bar in west charlotte has televisions that you can see from every angle.

    Why we love it: They serve eight different types of wings.

    Sunday special: every Sunday they have $5 bloody marys, $4 mimosas and half price wine

    old pineville premium pub

    This new pub is proud to have put down roots in the Loso area five years ago.

    Why we love it: Their daily specials and “loso” sliders.

    Sunday Special: Every Sunday, the bar offers $5 bloody marys, $3 mimosas, $10 miller lite pitchers, $15 buckets of domestic beer, $5 drinks (customer’s choice) bartender).

    midnight mulligan

    this new brewery in wesley heights is throwing a watch party

    Super Bowl Special: They’re launching some new menu items in honor of the big game: buffalo chicken flatbread and hot honey wings.

    Find a brewery to watch the game near you with this complete list and map of Charlotte’s 30+ breweries.

    midnight mulligan new brewery

    the corner bar

    This uptown pub is often packed with locals playing pool and enjoying a pint.

    Why We Love It: It’s within walking distance of Bofa Stadium and Truist Field, making it the perfect place before and after the game to play a round or two of pool.

    Sunday Special: Every Sunday they have $3.50 sam adams beers on tap, $4 mimosas, $5 bloody mary’s and $5 fireball shots.

    light wood 226

    This laid-back south end spot has both indoor and outdoor spaces to watch the game.

    why we love it: its rooftop, wings and lava cake.

    super bowl special: $4 bud, budlight, ultra, whiteclaws and prosecco.

    book online and choose from five different ticket options ranging from $0 to $300.

    • free rsvp – grab an rsvp ticket and order food and drink a la carte
    • 8 top table – includes a table for 8, tickets for 8 drinks and all you can eat food (wings, strips, pigs in a blanket, mac and cheese bites, side tray, flatbreads, and pretzels)
    • 6 Tapas Table – Includes a table for 6, 6 drink tickets and everything need. edible food (wings, steaks, pigs in a blanket, mac and cheese bites, side tray, flatbread, and pretzels)
    • 4-tap table: includes a table for 4, 4 tickets for drinks and all-you-can-eat (wings, strips, pigs in a blanket, mac and cheese bites, side tray, flatbread, and pretzels)
    • ga ticket: includes all-you-can-eat food (wings, steaks, pigs in a blanket, mac and cheese bites, side tray, flatbread, and pretzels). seating in order of arrival.

    Fairwood 226 Rooftop

    margins the sports bar & billiards

    it’s charlotte’s lgbtq sports bar.

    Why we love it: If you don’t want to watch the game, you can play pool, darts, or beer pong.

    lucky lou’s tavern

    We usually go here for karaoke.

    Sunday Special: Every Sunday they serve $4 mimosas and $6 fireball shots.

    caswell station

    this elizabeth house converted into a restaurant/bar has a selwyn-like vibe.

    Why we love it: Outdoor patio and spacious interior.

    super bowl special: domestic buckets $13, dozens of wings for $13 (both boneless and bone-in).

    great ben british pub

    oggy oggy oggy!

    Why we love it: Its authentic pub vibe and recently updated menu.

    super bowl special: $5 drafts, $24 big ben sampler platter (includes wings, mozzarella sticks, potato skins, strips) and $4 fireball shots.

    Looking for more charlotte food and drink guides? Here’s a comprehensive list of Axios guides including Best Burgers, Best Bars, Best New Restaurants, Best Weekly Deals, Best Pizza, Best Cocktail Bars, and Best Brunch.

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