Watch the Big Game in Awesome Alpharetta!

Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers
February 11, 2024
6:30 p.m.
Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada
Super Bowl LVIII, the 58th Super Bowl will decide the champion of the NFL.

With things set to kick off February 11th, 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 Usher. We don’t know exactly which songs he will be performing at the halftime show, however, we can assume it will include a lot of his 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
6500 North Point Pkwy Alpharetta, GA 30022
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
19 Academy St Alpharetta, GA 30009
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
10700 Davis Drive Alpharetta, GA 30009
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.

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.

Take a look at other good time go-to’s while visiting Awesome Alpharetta:
View a List of All Alpharetta Restaurants

Did You Know?

  • The very first Super Bowl ticket in 1967 cost $12
  • According to the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Super Bowl Sunday is the second-highest day of food consumption in the US, behind Thanksgiving
  • Since 1971, the only Super Bowl to not feature Roman numerals was Super Bowl 50
  • Jimmy Johnson is the first head football coach to win both a college football national championship and a Super Bowl
  • The second half of the first Super Bowl had to be reshot because NBC’s cameras missed it