Who wants to fight a crowd of overserved strangers at a bar when you can enjoy the Super Bowl from the comfort of your home? At least there, you know most of the "hydrated" people.
At home, people are relaxed, the food is out and available, drinks are easily accessible and the fuboTV stream on your television isn't being blocked by a massive human being's head (or dumb hat). Sure, it takes a little prep work to get the party ready, but that outweighs the horrific crowded bar experience.
Wading through a sea of bodies to get into a position to even watch the game is a struggle at the bar. And the more people that show up, the less likely you are going to be served an ice cold beverage or tasty food in a timely manner. That's no way to enjoy the biggest game of the year.
Watching games at home is great but it's a lot of fun to get out of your house for one of the most exciting games of the year. An event of this magnitude deserves to be shared with people and there's no better place than a bar to watch the game.
Getting a ticket to the Super Bowl is nearly impossible, but going to your favorite pub, tavern or watering hole can be just as exhilarating. Electricity courses through your body with every big play, or blown call, as the entire bar reacts to every snap on huge TV screens. Not only are you enjoying the game, but you're also being served by friendly staff—versus be slaving over a hot stove or getting up to grab a beer and missing the action at home.
The Super Bowl has become more than just a football event; it's a social event that brings people together. It needs to be enjoyed in a place where you're mingling and forging bonds with complete strangers. A bar is a perfect place to watch the game.
Not only do you get to watch the Super Bowl, but you also get to try some of the best food you wouldn't be able to make at home. No one wants a boring dip or the same hot dogs and burgers you made last year. Support local business and watch the game from the bar!