Where are you watching the Super Bowl?
STATE COLLEGE – Super Bowl LII is less than a week away.
The New England Patriots will face off with the Philadelphia Eagles on Super Sunday. The Patriots are trying to add another Lombardi Trophy to their legacy. The Eagles? Well, they’d just like to get their first.
If you’re not headed to Minneapolis for the game – and we’re guessing you’re not – there are a plethora of places in State College where you can check out the game.
Let’s take a look at some of your best bets for Super Sunday:
Home D Pizzeria – With locations in Bellefonte and State College, Home D is the perfect place to watch Super Bowl LII. When it comes to a big game menu, it’s tough to beat Home D. It consists of a good mix of American, Italian and pub fare, including salads, wings, pizza, cheesesteaks, burgers and tacos. Home D also is home to Robin Hood Brewing Co. There are 14 to 17 unique beers on drafts at Home D, in addition to some of your favorite domestics and imports.
The Field Burger & Tap – Hoping to watch the game and have one of the best burgers in Happy Valley? Try The Field, which uses a farm-to-table mentality using fresh ingredients. In addition to great burgers, The Field offers a wide selection of appetizers and an extensive selection of craft beers from State College and central Pennsylvania. Save room for dessert, because the Field has a variety of hand-spun milkshakes, using ice cream from Penn State’s Berkey Creamery.
Hi-Way Pizza – Another pizza option is Hi-Way Pizza in State College. There are now two locations – 1688 N. Atherton St. and 1301 W. College Ave. A 43-year State College tradition, Hi-Way Pizza offers 29 varieties of hand-spun pizzas, pastas, salads and more. They use only the freshest local and imported ingredients. There are 32 HDTV screens at its new location along West College Avenue, making it a great place to watch the game. Or, simply get a pie to go!
Legends – Another great option for Super Sunday is Legends at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center. Legends has a host of creative burgers, including the black bean and roasted corn burger, the seared panko salmon burger and a southwestern-style chicken burger. Legends also boasts an extensive beer list, including many local and Pennsylvania craft brews.
Liberty Craft House – With 47 different beers on tap, Liberty Craft House is a great place to watch the game. There are a plethora of tasty food options as well. Whether you’re looking for soup, a sandwich or an appetizer, you can’t go wrong at Liberty.
Pizza Mia – With locations in Bellefonte and State College, Pizza Mia has everything you need for your Super Bowl watch party. Grab some appetizers (wings and breadsticks) and a pizza from Pizza Mia and you’re set. There’s even dessert (cinnamon sticks). The Super Sunday special is two large specialty pizzas for $29.99.
Whiskers – Inside the Nittany Lion Inn sits Whiskers, one of the most underrated bars in Happy Valley. Sandwiches are the specialty at Whiskers. There’s pulled pork, the Cuban and the ever-popular NLI Burger. The appetizers are pretty good, too: There’s Wong’s eggrolls and stickers, wings and pretzels from Gemelli Bakery.
There you have it. Did we miss something? Where are you headed to watch the big game? Let us know on social media (@happyvalleypsu).