Super Bowl XLIV is only one week from Sunday. We know that the die-hard NFL fans have had their plans made for months now, but for those Norwalk residents that are a little less fanatic and maybe enjoy the Super Bowl for the half time show and commercials, we’ve got you covered for Super Bowl Sunday. Whether you want to get takeout and enjoy the nation’s most popular sporting event from the comfort of your home or you want to head out to a sports bar for a more social, energetic setting, these three Norwalk restaurants are a perfect choice.
The Black Bear SONO has 33 plasma screens and projector screens, all of which will be showing the big game on Sunday, February 7th. Basically, no matter where you are seated in the restaurant, you’ll have a great view of all the tackles, touch downs and field goals. Plus, you can enjoy the all-American football game classic cuisine, hot wings, and cool off with a wide selection of domestic and imported beers.
Rowley’s Tavern features many large flat-screen televisions to broadcast the game and they are holding many special events in honor of the big day. A tailgating party begins at 2 p.m. where the restaurant will be serving hamburgers, hot dogs and baked beans. Plus, they’ll be offering beer and bloody Mary specials. Of course, you can order off of the regular menu if you want. They’ll be hosting different specials all day long on beer and wings, and there will even be a halftime hot wing eating contests. Without a doubt, Super Bowl Sunday at Rowley’s will be an unforgettable event.
O’Neill’s Pub & Restaurant is a SONO favorite. In fact, this was the place to be to watch the Jets take on the Colts on January 24th, according to The Hour. If O’Neill’s had such an amazing celebration for a play-off game, imagine what the atmosphere will be like for the Super Bowl. The Norwalk Irish pub serves a wide variety of traditional Irish fare as well as bar favorites, including hot wings.
For our residents in the beautiful Norwalk apartments, Morningside Gardens, these three sports bar are your best bets for an enjoyable Super Bowl Sunday. Remember to get to the restaurants early as they will be getting crowded as the day progresses. Whatever you choose to do, we hope you have fun!