Photos: Vancouver's 10 best Super Bowl bars

 

From all you can drink and eat parties to free, surround-sound, big screen viewing, Vancouver bars score when it comes to watching the Super Bowl. This list even includes where to watch it with body-painted girls.

 
 
 
 
The Butcher & Bullock, 911 W. Pender: Watch the the game on a massive 5 metre screen this Sunday. $15 buckets of Miller Lite will be available and guests can also purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a year’s supply of beer. The event starts at 2 p.m. with a tailgate-inspired menu.
 
 

The Butcher & Bullock, 911 W. Pender: Watch the the game on a massive 5 metre screen this Sunday. $15 buckets of Miller Lite will be available and guests can also purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a year’s supply of beer. The event starts at 2 p.m. with a tailgate-inspired menu.

Photograph by: Handout, Files

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When the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos during Sunday's Super Bowl, in San Francisco, why not saddle up with a community of fans in some of Vancouver's best bars to watch the game?

Here are 10 choicest venues.

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The Butcher & Bullock, 911 W. Pender: Watch the the game on a massive 5 metre screen this Sunday. $15 buckets of Miller Lite will be available and guests can also purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a year’s supply of beer. The event starts at 2 p.m. with a tailgate-inspired menu.
 

The Butcher & Bullock, 911 W. Pender: Watch the the game on a massive 5 metre screen this Sunday. $15 buckets of Miller Lite will be available and guests can also purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a year’s supply of beer. The event starts at 2 p.m. with a tailgate-inspired menu.

Photograph by: Handout, Files

 
The Butcher & Bullock, 911 W. Pender: Watch the the game on a massive 5 metre screen this Sunday. $15 buckets of Miller Lite will be available and guests can also purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a year’s supply of beer. The event starts at 2 p.m. with a tailgate-inspired menu.
For $100 a ticket, the Clough Club offers an exclusive viewing in their heritage space, all food and drink during the day, a brisket carving station and selections of craft beers.
The Lamplighter Public House, 92 Water St.: Starts with pre-game happy hour from noon to 3 p.m. featuring $5 B.C. beers, highballs, and house wines. An all-you-can-eat burger deal costs $30, which you can enjoy in front of the many HD screens. Reservations are full but walk-ins welcome the day of.
Portside Pub, 7 Alexander St.: Prepare to rock the Superbowl: $4 sleeves and cans, a super Bowl-themed menu, plus drink samplings from Jim Beam and Lighthouse Brewing Company offered during game projected on a 120-inch screen. After your team wins, dance to DJ Nick Bike and The Stuntman's solid vibes.
Rio Theatre, 1660 E. Broadway: Check out Superbowl half-tme amusement stars Byonce and Chris Martin of Coldplay on a feature-film sized screen with brewsky in hand. The free party features host Shaneo MacLeano, and grilled cheese and more on the menu.
Score on Davie, 1262 Davie St.: Hearty brunch menu and monumental Caesars (is that a burger and a hotdog on top that glass?). $4.50 pints of Lucky Lager on special all day.
At Doolin’s Irish Pub, 654 Nelson St.:  Sonia Sidu (morning show host for The Peak radio station; not pictured) hosts the pub’s Annual Super Bowl 50 Up and Down Party 2016. Drink specials and tailgate menu, over $5000 in prizes, along with games, prizes, and... bodypainted girls. Doors 11:30 a.m.
The Caesar at Score on Davie.
Cabana Lounge and Sidecar, 1159 Granville St.: $25 tickets include an all-you-can-eat tailgate buffet featuring burgers, hot dogs, chicken wings, fries and chili. Also included: squares, 50/50, jersey draws.
St. Augustine’s, 2360 Commercial Dr.: It's a tap takeover with 10 beers from San Diego's Green Flash Brewing Company and Alpine Beer Company, some of which will never be poured again in B.C. Special food menu and jersey giveaways.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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