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5 Places in New Tampa to Watch the Super Bowl

Here are some ideas if you don't want to watch the big game at home.

 

Here they are, in no particular order:

, Amberly Drive

  • Popular with many USF students, Peabody's Billiard & Games has 70 TVs (including a 10-foot screen), sports packages, 11 pool tables, dart boards, Internet-accessible jukeboxes and more. The menu includes pub standards such as chicken fingers, salads, burgers, french fries, quesadillas, sandwiches, and pizzas.

, Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

  • Lee Roy Selmon's is a sports bar and restaurant that offers a wide variety of appetizers, lunch, dinner and a kid's menu. How about pulled pork sliders, nachos, wings, burgers, soups and salads, as well as a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages? There is also outdoor seating so you can enjoy your sports while enjoying the nice outdoor weather. 

, Tampa Palms Boulevard West

  • Ciccio's Lodge Restaurant is a well-known name to New Tampa locals. This spot offers a wide variety of foods, including American bar food, Asian cuisine and California-style dishes. Ciccio's also offers indoor and outdoor seating and private rooms for parties. This restaurant has its own specials, such as ladies night, $5 sushi rolls and others.

, The Shops at Wiregrass 

  • Offering more than 300 craft beers and 40 different types of beers on tap, The Brass Tap is the place to go for a nice cold drink. The Brass Tap, nearby in Wesley Chapel, has been providing the area with a different flavor of experience and relaxation in a unique setting. They also have a cigar bar.

Prime Bar, The Shops at Wiregrass

  • Prime Bar, also nearby in Wesley Chapel, bills itself as “sophisticated, seasonal and sustainable.” It has an indoor and outdoor bar with a plethora of TVs. They have a full menu that is a cut above standard bar fare, made with ingredients that come from nearby. In addition to various beers (including micro-brews), they make specialty cocktails and serve wine.

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