Where to Celebrate the Super Bowl American-Style Around the World Slideshow
Aruba: MooMba Beach
Those in Aruba for Super Bowl Sunday can head to MooMba Beach Bar & Restaurant for its yearly shindig, which includes a “football food” buffet, American beers, and game viewing on two 10-foot screens right on the beach.
Chiang Mai, Thailand: Chiang Mai Saloon
If you are intrigued by the idea of a bar advertising an all-night party before the Super Bowl airs in the morning, then the all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet should seal the deal. Chiang Mai Saloon does this every year, and needless to say, it is now a pro.
Roadhouse hosts one of the biggest annual Super Bowl parties in London, boasting four giant screens, nine plasma TVs, happy hours specials all night, beer buckets, and hot dogs and burgers.
Melbourne: Ultimate Aussie Bowl Party
Thrown by former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens last year, the reigns of the “biggest Super Bowl party in the Southern Hemisphere” have been handed to current Miami Dolphins WR Kenny Stills, who promises to make this the biggest year yet, with party packages that feature six hours of complimentary beer to accompany an American food buffet.
Miami and the Bahamas: Royal Caribbean Super Bowl Cruise 2016
For those looking for the ultimate experience, Royal Caribbean is offering three-night cruises from Miami to the Bahamas solely to celebrate the Super Bowl. With all ocean-view rooms and a Private Beach Party BBQ scheduled for the actual game, football fans can’t ask for much more.
Paris: Wos Bar
A good place to watch any NFL game, Wos Bar is one of the most popular places in Paris for the Super Bowl. Although officially a Green Bay Packers pub, the 470 spirits behind the bar and pre-game concerts will make every football fan feel welcome.
Rio de Janeiro: The Clover Irish Pub
Although numerous restaurants in Rio de Janeiro show the Super Bowl, The Clover Irish Pub is one of the only places that streams its broadcast directly from the U.S., meaning the English commentary and legendary commercials are intact. And don’t forget about the food and beer bucket specials!
Shanghai: Bubba’s Bar-B-Que & Saloon
When the big game rolls around in Shanghai, the place to be is Bubba’s Bar-B-Que & Saloon, which opens early in the morning for its annual Super Bowl bash. In addition to a Tex-Mex menu containing nachos, wings, and chili-cheese fries, Bubba’s also offers a wristband promotion that awards a free beer every time a team scores.
NFL fans in Tokyo flock to an obvious option for football viewing: Hooters, where a party is thrown every Super Bowl. What’s more patriotic than Budweiser by the bottle, “American Cherry Pie,” and delicious Buffalo wings?