5 Great Places to catch Super Bowl 51 in Indianapolis
The big game is coming up on February 5th. If you can’t make it to Texas to take in the game, the next best thing may be to be surrounded by die-hard sports fans in a great sports bar. At Joe’s Auto Sales, we love everything good that comes from hard work, honest competition, and being a strong team. We have pulled together a list of 5 great places to catch the Super Bowl 51, or LI if you love Roman numerals. Indianapolis is a great sports town, why not get out and join some friends for a fun evening of watching the ultimate football game?
5 Great Places to see Super Bowl LI
Whether you love burgers or comfort food and one big screen or a boatload of smaller screens we have the place for you. We picked places in all directions, north, south, east and west. We hope there is one near you!
Average Joe’s – 816 Broad Ripple Avenue
Average Joe’s has pool tables, multiple screens, and great hamburgers. For the big game, pizza will be half-off and all beverages will be discounted.
The Yard Line –6466 E. 82nd Street
There are 40 screens and 50 different beers on tap at the Yard Line. If you like dancing, there is dancing, if you like golf there is a very cool new golf simulator. And if you love to have on Super Bowl Sunday, then this is a great place to watch the game.
Big Dog Saloon and Sports Bar – 2929 Kentucky Avenue
Known for its super friendly staff and outstanding bartenders, the Big Dog Saloon is great no frills place to watch the game. They do have pool tables, but the real reason people come here is the great prices and great people.
The Main Event – 738 Shore Terrace
This bar is comfortable in an effortlessly cool kind of way. The food is good and the service is even better! If you are looking for authentic, low-key experience, this bar is for you.
The Rusty Bucket – 1130 W. 83rd Street
The Rusty Bucket is a Tavern. It is proud of the food it serves that ranges from waffles to burgers. One thing is for sure, all the food is comfort food. The beer is good, and the atmosphere is a little quieter than most bars.