Super Bowl, which will take place this year on February 13, is an American cult classic. Every year, tailgaters and football fans pack the stadiums to watch their favorite teams play in the Super Bowl. They also gather with fellow tailgaters at local bars and lounges if they're unable to travel. Make this year's Super Bowl incomparable by visiting these five bars and restaurants in New Orleans. Wherever you celebrate, remember to drink responsibly, don't drink and drive, and always have a designated driver.
Also known as the original Irish Channel bar, Tracey's is the one of the best bars in the city. It's also one of the best spots to eat a roast beef po-boy, drink a cold glass of beer, and watch the Super Bowl. Given its Irish roots, the bar turns green for St. Patrick's Day. Be sure to visit for green beer on Thursday, March 17. If you've never been to Tracey's, add it to your bucket list. You won't regret it! 2604 Magazine St., 504-897-5413, traceysnola.com
Manning's welcomes foodies and tailgaters to their cozy lounge! Featuring Creole twists on classic tailgating bites, their menu doesn't disappoint! They also have comfy recliner seats, 30 flat-screen TVs, two 13-foot mega-screens, a sports anchor desk, Saints memorabilia, artwork by Terrence Osborne, and a bar filled with plenty of beer options. At Manning's, you'll experience tailgating like no other. 519 Fulton St., 504-593-8118, caesars.com
Cooter Brown's is a beloved watering hole in the historic Bywater neighborhood. With over 400 craft beers, freshly shucked oysters, and crispy po-boys, it's no wonder many sports fans flock here to watch their favorite teams play. Cooter's has 17 flat-screen TVs, pool tables, and a "Beersoleum," or a wall of deceased celebrities. They also serve delicious cheese fries, so don't forget to order them with your po-boy! 509 S. Carrollton Ave., 504-866-9104, cooterbrowns.com
Every day is happy hour at Martine's! Enjoy the Super Bowl as you enjoy poker, board games, and darts while sipping delicious wine, beer, and cocktails--all for a great price! You want more? There's also a jukebox that you can blast your favorite tunes on. Martine's has a vintage vibe complete with friendly staff and avid tailgaters, so be sure to check it out. 2347 Metairie Rd., Metairie, 504-831-8637, facebook.com/martineslounge
This bar has plenty of history. A product of the Prohibition Act and the Great Depression, Rendon Inn was a saving grace for locals. Today, it serves Broadmoor with a broad drink selection, a lip-smacking menu of Creole and Cajun delights, an outdoor patio, and a deck with high-def TVs to watch your favorite football team play. It's enough to make you feel at home. 4501 Eve St., 504-218-7106, therendon504.com