Note: Most recent updates are underlined below.
The Super Bowl kicks off on February 4 (Monday) in Beijing and below is a list of spots that plan to show the big game, in the order that I received the info. Get updates by checking this post or clicking the above banner in the sidebar.
If you have any info to add, give me a holler at beijingboyce (at) yahoo.com. Go Leafs!
- Brittany at Kerry Hotel, Beijing says it will hold the city’s official NFL party on February 4, with entrance fees of rmb300 per adult, rmb200 per child and rmb2680 per table of ten. There is also a pregame party on February 2 from 6:30 PM that includes a two-for-one Budweiser deal, season highlights and NFL cheerleaders.
- Andy at Union will have a “jumbo Super Bowl breakfast“, including pancakes and maple syrup and coffee or tea, for rmb165, with Bloody Marys at rmb48 and Yanjing draft at rmb25.
- Karl at Paddy O’Shea’s says rmb100 will get you breakfast plus two coffees or beers or juices or a Bloody Mary. Great Leap Brewery will be on hand with its Pale Ale #6 and Honey Ma Gold..
- He says the same deal goes for Black Sun Bar.
- Charlie at The Stumble Inn says rmb150 gets you an American-style breakfast buffet plus rmb20 Bloody Marys; rmb120 if you pre-book via superbowl (at) stumbleinnbeijing.com.
- He says the same meal deal applies at The Green Cap, except for the Bloody Mary special.
- Stefan says Luga’s Villa will have American breakfast, with a coffee, juice or soda, for rmb48, plus Carlsberg at rmb20 and Bloody Marys and Margaritas at rmb30. There will be screens on the main and third floor and TVs on the covered patio.
- Badr says Cu Ju will show the game
and have a yet-to-be-announced beer special. Expect bottomless Vietnamese drip coffee (rmb30, Tiger pints (rmb25), Mimosas and Bloody Pirates (rmb30) and Jambalaya (rmb30 rmb) along with the “regular goodies”, he says.
- Expect The Goose and Duck, The Den, Lush, The Irish Volunteer and numerous other venues to show the game.
- Update: Jon says Main Street will not be showing the Super Bowl. Jon at Shuangjing newcomer Main Street says the rmb160 entry fee include an American-style breakfast and all-you-can-drink Bloody Marys, and that he’ll have TVs in two rooms.
- Kenn at Brussels says the place will have pancake and French toast breakfasts at rmb40 (or rmb60 for a big breakfast), rmb15 coffee, rmb25 Tiger draft, and rmb35 Bloody Marys (rmb100 for a pitcher).
- Josh at says Pyro the place will have the game with Chinese commentary at a minimum and is working on a feed to get it in English. The full Pyro menu available will be available and patrons can also grab breakfast from sibling establishment Lush and bring it down, Drip coffee, tea, beer, tequila, etc all available. More details coming. Update: Josh says it will have English commentary and a good picture, though not high-def. No food from Lush but pizza, wings, beer, coffee and more will be available off the Pyro menu.
- George at The Irish Volunteer says the doors open at 7 AM. Every spot was taken last year, so make reservations via trishsmithus (at) gmail.com / 6438-5581 if you want a seat. Happy hour prices to 8 PM: rmb10 Tsingdao drafts / bottles and vodka / whiskey shots, rmb25 “Hail” Bloody Marys and Irish coffees, rmb60 for “Super Bowl-sized breakfast” (first half) or Irish stew (2nd half). Also, lucky draws for NFL prizes,an NFL trivia contest with CCTV sports anchor Jonas Gilbert, and a Super Bowl pool.
- Jing Jing at Grinders says the place will do rmb50 four-egg breakfasts, refills on coffee (rmb22), and has added a massive screen behind the bar.
- Yoyao says if you reserve a spot via Mashup Sports for the official NFL party at Kerry Hotel, you save 25 percent on your ticket and be “sitting comfy at a table with some good company!” Contact: yoyao (at) mashupsports.com.
- The Den: I stopped in a few nights ago to check on plans for this year’s party, got distracted by a burger and ended up leaving without fulfilling my mission. Last year, entrance to Super Bowl party was rmb100 (8pdate: apparently rmb150) and included a buffet with pancakes, omelets, fruit muesli and more as well as bottomless tea / coffee. The Den also had rmb15 Bloody Marys and rmb10. I imagine the place will hold something similar this year.
- Expect Tim’s Texas BBQ and Frank’s Place — two places that have traditionally drawn big crowds — to show the game as well as places such as Peter’s Tex-Mex and Eudora Station.
Some previous Super Bowl coverage on this blog:
- Sweater revenge in Beijing? The Giants vs Patriots Super Bowl summary (2012)
- Super Bowl in Beijing: Last-minute scouting report for Giants-Patriots game (2012)
- Super Bowl in Beijing wrap: 13 bars, 2 teams, 1 power failure (2011)
- Super Bowl in Beijing: Super List of where to catch The Big Game (2011)
- Cheerleaders and padlocks: Beijing Super Bowl party wrap-up (2010)
- The Super Bowl in Beijing: Where to catch The Big Game (2010)
- Super Bowl: A Super Blow for local sports bars (2009)
- The Super Bowl: A dozen places to catch The Big Game (2009)
- A Giants victory: Don’t blame the Patriots, blame The Sweater (2008)