Super Bowl Sunday

Game Day

Grub, drinks and all the other essential elements of the big game


Charlie O’s Tavern: One of Narragansett’s most popular sports bars, Charlie O’s is of course throwing a Super Bowl party. With plenty of TVs to enjoy the big game, there will be $6 pitchers of Bud and Bud light, as well as $6 pitchers of sangria. Don’t miss out on the complimentary hot dog buffet during halftime. For reservations, call 782-2002. 2 Sand Hill Cove Road, Narragansett.

Rhody Joe’s Saloon: This is another sizzling sports destination in South County. With 15 high definition TVs, $7.50 pitchers of brew, and award winning chili and chowder, they’ve got all your basic needs covered.  Military personnel always receives a 20% discount. For reservations, call 783-0008. 515 Kingstown Road, South Kingstown.

Mews Tavern: Calling all beer enthusiasts! This Wakefield staple is known for having 69 microbrews on tap, and with 22 flat screen TVs, you’ve always got a good view of the game. And don’t forget the burgers, like the That’s-a-Gouda, or The Goober, with peanut butter, thick-cut bacon, American cheese and a fried egg. Get there early because Mews Tavern does not take reservations or call ahead seating. 783-9370, 456 Main Street, South Kingstown.

PJ’s Pub: This little Boon Street gem has plenty of Super Bowl specials that will tickle anyone’s fancy. The football menu features mini-pizzas, calzones, 30-cent wings, $3 pretzel sticks, $5 cheeseburgers and $4 Smirnoff drinks. PJ’s intimate, enjoyable setting is perfect for those who actually want to focus on the game. For reservations, call 789-3200. 135 Boon St, Narragansett.

Dan’s Place:  Dan’s Place in West Greenwich has plenty of TVs in the kind of lively atmosphere you want for the big game. A complimentary buffet and Miller Lite table kegs will be the highlight of the party. Various drink and food specials will be offered as well. For reservations, call 392-3092. 880 Victory Hwy, West Greenwich.