Super Bowl LI kicks off at 6:30 p.m. est. It will be dark outside when the Big Game* begins. That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy brunch in the a.m. and keep enjoying brunch until 6:30 p.m. Can and should are two different things.
Spend Super Bowl Sunday eating brunch in your pajamas at Summer House Santa Monica. Those who show up for Sunday brunch in pajamas or in their favorite team’s jersey will also get Summer House gift cards. So roll right out of bed and head over.
For themed cocktails and costume contests, watch the Super Bowl LI at All Set Restaurant & Bar. The restaurant will be offering discounts on specialty cocktails and entrees from the happy hour menu, all-night happy hour from 1pm until closing, and more. The best part of this Super Bowl celebration, however, is the Lady Gaga themed costume contest and cocktails in honor of the pop star’s half time performance. Enjoy drinks like the Bad Romance or the Born This Way while decked out in your best Lady Gaga inspired outfit.
Come for the brunch, stay for the game. Teddy & The Bully Bar will be hosting its annual pro football extended brunch in honor of the Super Bowl LI on Sunday. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., football fans can enjoy all you can eat and drink specials for only $49.
Super Bowl Sunday is an all day event indeed. Enjoy Lincoln’s extended brunch special on Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. For just $49, hungry game watchers can order their favorites off of the restaurant’s brunch menu before the Big Game begins.
This is not a brunch recommendation. This is a recommendation for their Super “Chili” Bowl Cookoff. $45 for all you can eat and drink. They’re offering 5 different chilis, 10 different draft beer and 5 different can beers. Jack Rose is one of the best places to watch sports that isn’t a sports bar and if you’re reading us, you probably don’t want to go to a sports bar.
*If you read this week’s Best Weekend Bets you might remember the NFL isn’t very friendly with businesses making money off their game titles so people selling and giving away products tied to the Super Bowl use the Big Game so they don’t have to give the NFL money.