Where To Watch Superbowl LII

Kansas City is home to some serious sports fans! Although the Chiefs didn’t make it to the Superbowl, you can still check out the game. Grab a beer with hearty food and just chill with the gang or watch your team on a huge HD screen. Here are the top 9 Kansas City sports bars with something for everyone.

Dave and Buster’s

Dave & Buster’s, located at the Legends Outlets Kansas City, does it up right in this sports playground with everything from Skee-Ball and Pop-A-Shot to interactive NASCAR. The family-friendly place has a huge bar and TVs galore, plus great burgers and steaks, and huge salads.
1843 Village West Parkway


More than just a sports bar, Chappell’s is a bona fide museum enshrined in a restaurant, and it fulfills all three functions exceptionally well. In 2005, “Sports Illustrated” named it one of the 25 best sports bars in America. And “USA Today” has called it one of the top 10 restaurants and sports museums in the country.
323 Armour Rd.

Nick and Jake’s

Considered by many to be KC’s upscale sports bar, Nick and Jake’s three locations in the Kansas City area are also chef-driven restaurants with American cuisine that goes from burgers to filet mignon and a full Sunday brunch buffet of prime rib to omelets that’s been voted the best in Kansas City.
5031 Main St.
Kansas City, MO. 64112
Reservations: 816-421-1111

Tanner’s Bar and Grill

With more than eight metro locations, Tanner’s Bar & Grill gets high marks as a local favorite. Tanner’s is what you’d expect a sports bar to be—great bar food, cold beer and plenty of TVs for spectator sports. They’ve got delicious sliders, wings and something called “chicken lips.” Any place where you can add Rotel to your tater tots is tops with us.
7425 Broadway St
Kansas City, MO 64114

The Granfalloon Restaurant and Bar

The Granfalloon is one of the best sports bars in the city with an assortment of 22 HD TVs tuned to ESPN, cold beverages and a resident group of sporty guys. Order food, gather some pals and watch the game. But if you’ve got your heart set on ordering a Bully Pale Ale don’t do it here—they don’t serve Boulevard brew.
Country Club Plaza
608 Ward Pkwy, Kansas City, MO 64112
(816) 753-7850

Minsky’s Pizza

Well known for great pizza at nearly 20 locations in the greater Kansas City region, Minsky’s has been making award-winning gourmet pizzas for four decades that have been repeatedly voted Kansas City’s best pizza.
427 Main Street
Kansas City, MO 64105


Orange short shorts aside, Hooters is, after all, a sports​ bar with good food off the grill. It’s a great place to catch a game and enjoy some tasty bar food and a cold brew in a frosty mug. With five metro locations, there is a Hooters in every major neighborhood. Plus, they’re a caring gang that gives vets free meals on Veterans Day.
6411 NW Barry Rd,
Kansas City, MO 64154
(816) 584-8900

Paddy O’Quigley’s Pub & Grille

When heading to one of the O’Quigley’s KC sports bars, choose the Northland, Leawood, or Lee’s Summit locations which promise a great assortment of hearty Irish-style fare for your enjoyment—all while watching the game on one of their humongous screens. The full menu is a real draw and has everything from soup to desserts like homemade Irish pound cake and funnel cakes. What tickles us is the selection of big, filling “Sammiches.”
5317 W 151st St.
Leawood, KS 66224
(913) 601-3511

Coach’s Bar and Grill

As if the name didn’t say it all, Coach’s Bar & Grill has two great neighborhood locations for all things sports. Long considered the foremost sports bar in Kansas City, it was also one of the first when it opened in 1983. Owners Chris Carle and Mike Darby don’t disappoint with their masses of HD projection TVs and a 50-inch plasma TV to satisfy the biggest sports enthusiasts. Usually packed for big college and pro games, the gang at Coach’s is always happy to turn on whatever game you want to see.
414 West 103rd Street
Kansas City, MO 64114
(816) 941-2286