Super Bowl – Where To Watch In Lafayette
Well, the big game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens will be taking over televisions across the country. If sitting on your couch at home isn’t your idea of how to enjoy the game, then why not hit the streets and join in the party at one of these locations?
The Lafayette location of Walk On’s has been a hot spot for sports enthusiasts with an empty stomach for a few years now. If you’re looking for TVs, they’ve got em. Delicious food? Check. Friendly staff that are easy on the eye? Yup.
Pete’s on Johnston has been a Lafayette institution for decades, and is a great place to catch the game. With 44 TVs, you’re sure to not miss any of the action no matter where you are in the place. From delicious appetizers like the fried pickles to the famous Big Pete, sandwiches and wraps, there’s something for everyone to munch on while the game is on.
At the intersection of Johnston St. and Jefferson St. is a sports bar that’s sure to please your taste buds as well as your desire for sports. Rivals will have you covered for the game with the usual assortment of televisions and an incredible menu of items to chow down on while the game is on.
With patio seating and plenty of televisions throughout the restaurant, you won’t miss a minute of the action. Buffalo Wild Wings is the epitome of game day foods. With a wide selection of ways to enjoy your wings from boneless to bone-in, mild to scorching, and plenty of beer on tap to cool you off, make your way early as this place usually packs in wayyy before game time.
Imagine a Super Bowl where the game is a blow-out, what to do with the free time? Well, at Fast Eddie’s there’s plenty to do, from pool, to darts, boxing machine, Golden Tee golf and more, even if the game isn’t fun, you can still have a good time. They also have all the bar food you’d want, from popcorn to buffalo wings, even fried jalapeno buttons and fried cheese. Check out the full menu below and enjoy!