The best places to watch Super Bowl LIV in Penticton

Don’t get stuck at a lacklustre Super Bowl “party” this year.

It’s the one sporting event that even non-sports fans seemingly can’t avoid; Super Bowl LIV is less than a week away.

The big game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs is set for kick-off this Sunday, Feb. 2, at 3:30 p.m.

Having pre-game anxiety about being left out of the party this year? Don’t fret, Penticton is home to plenty of bars and pubs hosting events that will ensure you have a blast and don’t miss a second of the action.

At the very least, these six spots promise to be a better time than the party in your neighbour Dave’s musty garage. Sorry, Dave.

Clancy’s Pub at 333 Main St. will play host a pigskin celebration featuring their 11 high-definition TV’s and a draw for a new beer fridge (no, you may not use the fridge for items other than beer). Not to mention their $5 wing plates.

Over at 1301 Main St., Copper Mug Pub will throw a bash hosted by the Penticton Men’s Alumni Hockey Team. The $15 dollar entry tickets include one drink and are selling fast.

Tug’s Taphouse at 260 Martin St. plans to keep the party going all day, starting with their breakfast menu available until 2pm. Their happy hour from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. will feature $4 high-balls and $5 beers. They also promise plenty of snacks and a “retro” turkey or roast beef dinner. Expect a lot of swag to be given away throughout the game.

Barking Parrott at 21 Lakeshore Dr. is offering a $12 burger and beer special as well as door prizes. They’ll also have a silent auction with a bunch of sports paraphernalia up for for grabs, including signed jersey’s.

Brexit Pub at61 Nanaimo Ave. E., may usually have the other kind of football on their screens but even the Britons will be making an exception for Super Bowl.

They’re offering wings and a drink for $10, happy hour throughout the whole game, and $6 dollar doubles after 6 p.m., as well as a handful of door prizes.

Barley Mill Pub at 2460 Lake Skaha Rd. is hosting a silent auction fundraiser for Critter Aid to go along with their happy hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and their massive on-screen projector.

What are your plans for the Super Bowl this Sunday? Let us know in the comments below. Enjoy the game!

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