Watch the Big Game in Awesome Alpharetta!

Kansas City Chiefs vs Philadelphia Eagles
February 12, 2023
6:30 p.m.
State Farm Stadium–Glendale, Arizona
Super Bowl LVII, the 57th Super Bowl will decide the champion of the NFL.

With things set to kick off February 12th, you won’t want to miss a single punt, tackle, or touchdown of the live game. Football aside, there’s one major reason to tune into this year’s Super Bowl broadcast, and that’s Rihanna. We don’t know exactly which songs she will be performing at the halftime show, however, we can assume it will include a lot of her biggest hits from over the years.

Places To Eat, Drink & Enjoy The Game

Here are five of Alpharetta’s Big Game watch spots!

1. Fairway Social
240 South Main St., Alpharetta, GA 30009
Are you and your crew looking for a place to watch The Big Game? Fairway Social has got you covered!

2. Topgolf Alpharetta
10900 Westside Pkwy, Alpharetta, GA 30009
Take a crack at a sport of a different sort while you watch your team dominate at Topgolf Alpharetta! With tons of tasty snacks and over 100 televisions throughout the cool, multi-storied range, you won’t miss a second of the big game and you’ll have plenty to keep you busy during the commercial breaks!

3. Dave & Busters
Prepare to have your senses astonished watching the big game with Dave & Buster’s epic stadium sound rolling out from massive HDTVs – so real you’ll feel like you’re actually at the game! Have your pick of a superb selection of draft beers, a full bar and chef-crafted creations like juicy steaks, next-level nachos, and tons of other American classics at the restaurant on site! Grab the whole crew for food, football and plenty of over the top fun playing Dave and Buster’s hottest new arcade games!

4. Central City Tavern
Big Game = Big Fun at Central City Tavern! This Downtown Alpharetta upscale sports bar features more than 20 big screen TV’s. In between touch downs, take a try at Central City Tavern’s shuffleboard tables.

5. Main Event
Upon entry, prepare to have your eyes light up with the glow of the dozens upon dozens of big screen TV’s! This is the way the big game was meant to be watched! Before and after the game you and the fam can play arcade games, bowl a few games, or take to the skies on the gravity ropes, then refuel at the full-service casual dining restaurant.

6. Taffer’s Tavern
Join us at Taffer’s Tavern for Big Game 57 on Sunday, February 12! Cheer on your favorite team while enjoying delicious All-You-Can-Eat Starters, Handhelds, Sweets, and more from our mouthwatering Big Game menu for just $57 plus taxes and fees. Ticket purchase required.

7. Fetch Park Dogster Puppy Bowl
Sunday, February 12
12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Canine Assistants’ service dogs in training will take to the field for their own big game at Fetch Park in Alpharetta! Ahead of watching the Big Game, pups and their parents can cheer on the pups competing at the Puppy Bowl, presented by Dogsters® Ice Cream Style Treats for Dogs, from 2 to 4 p.m. Doggie fans can score their own Dogsters jerseys upon entry to help cheer on their peers, and their parents will also receive some surprise swag.

During the Puppy Bowl, dogs and their humans can relax with “pup”ular football treats, including samples of Dogsters, a meet-and-greet with the Canine Assistant players, and then enjoy the Big Game at the park, which will be aired on a 30-foot jumbotron.

Need more ideas for what to get up to before and after the game? Whether you’re celebrating or commiserating after the Big Game, you’ll find plenty to do in Awesome Alpharetta.

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Did You Know?

  • The Super Bowl is measured in Roman numerals because a football season runs over two calendar years.
  • Over 700,000 footballs are produced annually for official NFL use and 72 of them are used for the Super Bowl.
  • The NFL has a policy against holding Super Bowl games in stadiums that have a climate of less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit, unless it is an enclosed stadium.