Food, Beer & NFL Action: Where Should You Be Watching Superbowl LII?

We’re getting ever closer to the big game – Superbowl LII. Unless you’re lucky enough to get tickets to Minneapolis, you’ll probably still be thinking of where to watch it?

Even if you have already decided, we’ve got somewhere better for you to go; London Road Brew House.

Southampton’s newest bar and microbrewery is hosting a Superbowl event full of food, beer, NFL action and chances to win awesome prizes and you’ll be mad to miss it.

If you’ve never been here before, here are a few photos of what to expect:

London Road Brew House - Superbowl LII Event

Things you need to know about the event …

 

Times: We will be open until 4 am, unless the game hasn’t finished by that time like last year, they will stay open till the end of the game. (Most people arrive around 10 pm)
(Last entry is at 2 am.  They have a licence to sell alcohol and food until 4 am – Hoorah!)

 

Entry: Free entry! Because the event is so popular (200 people already booked), we are not taking any more reservations for tables, so remaining tables will be on a first come first served basis.

 

Offers:
  • Food will be available throughout the evening.
  • Customers wearing a NFL jersey will be able to get 1 free pint of London Road Brew House beer (after proof of age etc, at managers discretion, limited to one per customer).
  • We will be raffling off a custom NFL jersey of the winners chosen team and name/player on the back. (This will be drawn at the end of half time, or at end of the 3rd quarter depending on the TV broadcast)
  • We will have a selection of cocktail specials also available (sponsored by Fireball whisky – thanks guys!)

London Road Brew House - Outside

Want to find out more information? Follow and contact London Road Brew House on all social media platforms:

Facebook: @londonroadbrew
Don’t miss it!
*This article is in partnership with London Road Brew House

Post Author: Thomas Stocks

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1 thought on “Food, Beer & NFL Action: Where Should You Be Watching Superbowl LII?

    James

    (January 20, 2018 - 4:32 pm)

    Was at the first Super Bowl party here last year just a week after they opened. The atmosphere was awesome. I can’t wait to see what it’s like this year!

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