Where to watch the Super Bowl on Monday

The Red Cow’s Caitlin Oliver preparing for the Super Bowl on Monday. Photo: Melinda Jane.
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If you’re after a unique place to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your special someone, a local Super Bowl party may be a wild and whacky option to consider.

For the first time in history, the most romantic day on the calendar coincides with the America’s biggest annual sporting event, with several local venues hosting their own Super Bowl parties this Monday, February 14.

NFL surprise packets the Cincinnati Bengals will aim to win their first ever Super Bowl title when they take on hot favourites the LA Rams at Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles, California.

The NFL’s popularity continues to soar in Australia and locations in Penrith and surrounding suburbs will be cashing in on that very hype next week.

One of the coolest local venues to enjoy the Super Bowl this year is The Red Cow Hotel in the Penrith CBD. Not only will the Red Cow be showing the game ‘live and loud’ in the beer garden, but they’ll also be serving $1 wings, $17 cheeseburger spring rolls, a $20 ‘burger + beer deal’ as well as free popcorn to fans.

Over at Penrith Panthers Leagues Club, the team will be going all out for Super Bowl LVI.

Taking place in the club’s swanky Basement Sports Bar from 10.30am, fans can catch all the action and half-time entertainment with plenty of food and beverage specials to keep you and your mates (or your partner) satisfied throughout the game.

Across town in South Penrith, the Pioneer Tavern is getting in on the Super Bowl spirit this year. The famous watering hole will be showing all the action ‘live and loud’, with plenty of food, beer and specials on offer as well including a free metal stubby holder to the first 50 customers who purchase a Jack Daniels.

Down the road in wonderful Smith Street, local gridiron fans can catch every kick, tackle and touchdown at the Jamison Hotel whilst throwing back an ice cold beer and tucking into their special American-themed bar snacks menu.

Meanwhile in North St Marys, the Super Bowl tradition will continue at The Lucky Australian Hotel with $5 Budweiser stubbies and $12 chicken wings (1kg) on offer throughout the game, while St Clair’s Blue Cattle Dog Hotel will be showing the game on the big screen and serving American-themed bistro specials from 11am.

Plenty of people will also be hosting Super Bowl parties at home on Monday.

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