Lucky for you, we've hunted down the best bars and restaurants London has to offer, making sure you don't miss any of the action, the half-time Coldplay and Beyonce extravaganza, or the chance to gorge all night on American favourites. As if you needed an excuse? Kick off is at 11:30pm, so get ready for a long night and even longer Monday morning.
Honky Tonk, Clapham
Honky Tonk bar and kitchen has created the Domo Linebacker Bacon Burger (pictured above) in honour of the NFL championship game. The colossal six-inch burger is packed with one pound of organic beef, Monterey Jack cheese, maple bacon and branded with the image of pop-culture icon Domo. Diners will also get a free spin on the Wheel of Fortune. The bar will be broadcasting the game across six 50-inch plasma screens and a giant projector.
Hard Rock Café, Mayfair
Game on at Hard Rock Cafe restaurant with doors opening at 10pm! £15 will get you a beer, bar snacks and comfy seat as you settle in for a long night of NFL revelry featuring the Big Game Cheerleaders, prizes and lashings of all American fun.
Join the jetset for Jetlag's Super Bowl 50 bash. An all-inclusive party package will set you back £95, but guarantees you a seat in the bar, all you can drink (yes, really) and a mouth-watering pile of sliders, BBQ ribs, jerk chicken, coconut shrimp, nachos and dessert. Tuck in - you're in it for the long haul.
The Social, Fitzrovia
Fancy giving something back while you kick back? London's biggest charity Super Bowl party returns to The Social bar after 6 sold out years. An impressive 100% of ticket sales will go to SCI, a charity helping protect vulnerable people from dangerous stomach parasites. Expect an enviable selection of craft beers, Dogtown hotdogs, DJs and more big screens than ever before.
Balthazar, Covent Garden
Football fever has hit New York favourite Balthazar restaurant in Covent Garden. Join the capital's leading American Football team, The London Warriors, for a night of American feasting (mac ‘n' cheese, corn dogs, wings and more), a popcorn machine and cocktails. They're even offering an unlimited supply of coffee and tea, to make sure you don't miss a single pass across their five gigantic screens.
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