The 55th Super Bowl is almost here, so it’s time to get our colors out and start prepping the snacks because the kickoff between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs happens at approximately 7:30am HKT on Feb 8, 2021. The commercials are great, the hype is exciting, and of course, we’re all set for the ultimate Tom Brady vs Patrick Mahomes quarterback showdown! Headlining the halftime show this year will be Canadian singer and songwriter The Weekend. Even if you’re not sitting in Florida’s Raymond James Stadium it’s a great game to watch with fellow fans, and we’ve compiled a list of the best food spots to catch the game in Hong Kong.
A religious experience in and of itself, watching the Super Bowl is not complete without accompanying game day snacks and booze. Be at Linguini Fini to catch the full LIVE game on the big screen and experience the touchdowns while tucking into their Super Bowl Breakfast (from HK$150 per person) with traditional football nibbles and all-you-can-drink add ons. Make sure to reserve your spot early as there is limited seating available.
Book It: Call +852 2387 6338 or email email@example.com
Linguini Fini, 49 Elgin Street, SoHo, Hong Kong, www.linguinifini.com
This list wouldn’t be complete without the Trafalgar, a quintessential English Pub with the traditional English all-day breakfast and cozy layout to catch every game. For those who book in advance, Trafalgar’s All Day Breakfast starts at HK$180 including 1 non-alcoholic drink (but where’s the fun in that?!). Walk-ins can enjoy the same inclusions for HK$200 per person.
Book It: Call +852 2110 1535 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trafalgar, 5/F, The Broadway, 54-62 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, +852 2110 1535, Facebook
If you’re in the Kowloon area and want to catch the game with fans and great food, then you’re in luck! The Dockyard is offering a viewing of the Super Bowl and is opening their bar and serving tasty Bloody Mary’s. Also, in the spirit of the game, a Super Bowl pop-up will be held from February 6-8 at Lab in Dockyard, serving up American-style stadium food.
Book It: Call +852 2252 5228 or email email@example.com
Dockyard, Level 1, 38 Hung Luen Rd, Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, www.dockyardhk.com
This Italian restaurant has a long-standing tradition of hosting a magnificent Super Bowl Party every year. They’ve got several massive screens: two 100″ projector screens and three 55′ flatscreens. Watch the Buccaneers vs Chiefs live broadcast and pair it with set breakfast menus starting from HK$228 including an ice-cold beer and unlimited tea/coffee. Because who doesn’t want a beer with their coffee at 7am? A deposit of HK$200 per person is required to confirm your booking, which can be used towards all food and beverage purchases.
Book It: Call +852 2344 0004, Whatsapp +852 5408 3004 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ciao Chow, G/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, www.ciaochow.com.hk
HONG KONG FOOTBALL CLUB
Join the Super Bowl viewings at the Hong Kong Football Club Sportsman’s Bar. The bar will be open to members and guests (a member must accompany guests). The bar opens at 6am for those who want to start the celebrations early, with coverage starting at 7am. Entrance costs HK$145 per person (adults and children pay the same price) and includes a full buffet breakfast. Advance reservations are preferred.
Book It: Call +852 2830 9531 or email email@example.com
HK Football Club, 3 Sports Road, Happy Valley, +852 2830 9505, www.hkfc.com.hk
ROYAL HONG KONG YACHT CLUB
Super Bowl 2021 will be broadcasted live at Sports Bar and Bowling from 7am. Sit down to a full American breakfast (HK$98 per person) as you cheer on your favorite team. Non-members must be accompanied by a member.
Book It: Call +852 2239 0386 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellett Island, Causeway Bay, +852 2832 2817, www.rhkyc.org.hk
Watch the Super Bowl with drinks, friends, and good American food!
February 8, 2021, from 7am onwards! You’ll need to book at most locations, particularly given the current Government restrictions on dining.