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Where to watch the Super Bowl

Check out our recommended bars and pop-ups across the capital to watch the NFL Super Bowl LVII and prepare for a night of drama, thrills and controversy. As recommended by our resident American in London, Daniela Toporek

Just because you’re across the pond, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the biggest American football game of the year. From all-American diners to English sports bars, there’s always a place to watch the Super Bowl in London – especially if it’s with a pint in hand.

Hard Rock Cafe

Catch the game at London’s Hard Rock Cafes. While details are yet to be confirmed, both the Piccadilly Circus and Old Park Lane locations have hosted an Ultimate American Football Party in previous years. Each party features special game-day menus, drinks and special packages as the top NFL teams battle it out on the big screen. Standard tickets include entry, a reserved seat, two Budweiser beers and three food items from the Big Game Menu.

TOCA Social

Book a box, grab your group and head to Greenwich. TOCA Social is going all-American for Super Bowl Sunday. The world’s first interactive football and dining experience shows the big game on giant screens at The O2. Enjoy:

- Private big screens, with your own allocated space.

- A variety of games, including crokinole, beer pong, foosball, cornhole and more.

- Plenty of wings, bottles of beer and, of course, red cups.

Savour the excitement along with pints and cocktails, and delicious food created by Michelin-star-trained chefs. The O2, Peninsula Square, Greenwich, SE10 0DX. All bookings can be made via Design My Night

Pull an all-nighter at Wingmans in Kilburn, Shoreditch or Soho. Tickets start at £50 per person and include bottomless wings and fries for 2.5 hours, one dessert, two drink vouchers and even a welcome shot. There will also be freebies and giveaways during the game. Just pace yourselves because the bar is open until the final whistle blows. For locations, visit

Tables are now open for booking at Westwood Sports Pub & Kitchen in Westfield London shopping centre. The iconic sports pub is hosting Super Bowl Sunday with American-style snacks, drinks and a fun, electric environment for whichever team you’re supporting from across the pond. Westfield London, Ariel Way, Shepherd’s Bush, W12 7HB

Maxwell’s is transforming its all-American diner into a Super Bowl wonderland in the middle of Covent Garden. Watch the game live from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on the giant TVs that were brought into the diner just for the game. Tickets start at £25 per person and each includes a beer on the house. 8 James Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8BH

All the NFL action will be played live at Greenwood, right by Victoria Station. The Super Bowl party starts at 10pm, and will feature live entertainment, face painters and more. Secure a spot for yourself or book one of their many VIP tables for you and your mates and enjoy superior views of the screen and table service throughout the night. 170 Victoria Street, SW1E 5LB

For a night to remember, visit one of the UK’s largest entertainment and casino venues, the Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square. This venue is already open 24/7, so you know they’re showing out for Super Bowl Sunday. Tickets cost £20 and include entry and a free beer. Relax on one of the Hippodrome’s giant red couches and feel like royalty as the game lights up on all of their giant-screen TVs. Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square, WC2H 7JH


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