Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Southwest Florida

Patriots fans have plenty of options. Falcons fans … not so much.

BY February 2, 2017


Southwest Florida certainly doesn’t feel like Boston this time of year. But this Sunday (Feb. 5), we might as well be in New England. Sorry, Falcons fans, but due to our influx of Northerners, you’ll be outnumbered by Patriots die-hards on Super Bowl Sunday.

Here’s our guide to places you’ll want to go (or avoid) for the Big Game. (Falcons fans—let us know in the comments below if we missed an Atlanta hangout.)

Boston Beer Garden, North Naples — The name says it all. This Massachusetts-based chain will have Patriot fans feeling right at home. With a spacious layout and outdoor patio, the bar tends to fill up fast. There are nearly 50 different beers on tap and an impressive menu, including truffle-mac-and-cheese.

Foxboro Sports Tavern, East Naples —This bar comes as no surprise in its devotion to Pats fanatics. Like most sports bars, the walls are covered in TVs—there are even individual screens in some of the booths, for those who want a close-up of the action. The food will hit home for some, too—New England clam chowder, Lobsterman Casserole, Lobstah Salad Roll, grinders and Boston baked scrod.

Laugh-In Comedy Café, Fort Myers — If you’re a Falcons fan, this definitely will not be the place for you. Known for having the fourth-largest Patriots Fan Club in the country, this hot spot is perfect for any New England native.

Shea’s at Lansdowne Street, Downtown Naples — Located on swanky Fifth Avenue South, this is your traditional neighborhood pub that gives off a cozy New England vibe. An old-school dartboard, Green Monster scoreboard and jukebox playing in the background create the perfect setting for Patriot fans this Sunday. Not to mention, they will be hosting a huge pig-roast and BBQ feast, too. If you can’t make it to downtown Naples, check out their original Bonita Springs location.

Bokampers, North Naples — Bokampers is known for being a local haven to fans of ALL teams. The unparalleled atmosphere makes this sports bar different from any of the others. Televisions covering every wall, rival fans cheering their teams on under one roof and the overall excitement make for the perfect environment for any sports fan of to enjoy his or her Super Bowl Sunday.

Buffalo Wild Wings, Bonita Springs, Naples — This sports bar is another great, neutral spot to watch the big game. If you’re a fan of zesty chicken wings and great drink specials, then this is the place for you. If you get tired of gripping your seat, don’t worry—the restaurant's table trivia is a fun way to escape and ease the mind.

Fort Myers Brewing Company, Fort Myers — With football comes beer. LOTS of beer. With 25 beers on tap and four projector screens going all day and night, this serves as the perfect spot for Super Bowl Sunday. If you get hungry, just wander a few steps outside to the delicious food trucks that await you.


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