Where to watch the 2019 Super Bowl

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Here at the Reader, we take sports very seriously.


But in all seriousness, we weren’t created to regularly cover sports, nor do we plan to any time soon. Ironically, I seem to be the only competitive-sport lover on staff, and I couldn’t care less about the NFL. Nevertheless, the Super Bowl is upon us, and we’re acknowledging it. 

Whether you’re in it for the game, the halftime show or the commercials, there are plenty of places around town to get your football fix this weekend.


Sandpoint Eagles Lodge • 1511 Johnny Long Road, Sandpoint
The Eagles is hosting a pre-game event on Saturday starting at 6 p.m. Attendees can cook their own ribeye steak to their liking and enjoy karaoke and dancing with DJ Pat starting at 8. For more details call (208) 263-3514.


Silo Bar • 477227 US-95, Ponderay
Super Bowl Sunday at the Silo Bar means enjoying Happy Hour all day long. That means 50-cent ribs, nacho plates and “kill the keg” of Icicle Brewing Company’s Dark Persuasion German Chocolate Ale for $3 a pint starting at 3 p.m. Sunday.

Sweet Lou’s • 477272 US-95, Ponderay
Sweet Lou’s will be featuring a special Super Bowl menu on Sunday. Reservations are highly encouraged, as spots are filling up fast. Call (208) 263-1381.

Laughing Dog Brewing • 805 Schweitzer Plaza Drive, Ponderay
Enjoy the game and bring a dish for a potluck-style meal at Laughing Dog.

219 Lounge • 219 North First Avenue, Sandpoint
The 219 will be airing the Super Bowl on six big screen TVs and running $1 off all cans and bottles of beer, as well as $3 craft beer specials. There will also be complimentary party trays of assorted meats, cheeses, smoked fish, veggies, dips and “219” wings.

MickDuff’s Brewpub • 312 North First Avenue, Sandpoint
Catch the big game at MickDuff’s Brewpub and enjoy food and drink specials during Happy Hour 3-5:30 p.m.

MickDuff’s Beer Hall • 220 Cedar Street, Sandpoint
The Beer Hall is offering $1 off core beer pints and $4 core beer pitchers 3-5:30 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday. As always, outside food is welcome.

A&P Bar & Grill • 222 North First Avenue
It’s Happy Hour all day at A&P’s Sunday, with $3 well shots and $1 off appetizers.

Tervan Tavern • 411 Cedar Street, Sandpoint
Catch the game at the Tervan and enjoy the Chow Wagon’s Super Bowl wings and ultimate nachos on special.

Roxy’s • 215 Pine Street, Sandpoint
Roxy’s is going potluck style for the Super Bowl starting at 2 p.m. There will also be swag and 50 cents off both draft beers and well drinks.

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