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Where to watch the Super Bowl in Munich

The final game of the 2013 NFL season is taking place tonight, and it’s kind of a big deal. The Super Bowl is being held at the MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. If you fancy staying up late to watch the game in Munich, here are a few suggestions of where to watch and party:


The Tonhalle claims to be hosting Germany’s biggest Super Bowl party. Tickets cost 8 € on the door and entrance gets you a free beer. The game will be shown on a huge screen at the venue and American hot dogs and sodas will be available so the feel is more MetLife than Munich. Doors open at 8pm.


If you want a decent burger,  check out m.c.müller from 8pm tonight. YUM YUM’S DJ Pretty Boy will be on hand to help keep energy levels up and the game will be shown live from midnight.

Hard Rock Cafe

Naturally, the Hard Rock Cafe is showing the Super Bowl – tickets cost 35 € for entrance including a buffet, and doors open at 10pm. A little pricy, but a classic location to watch the game.


Substanz are keeping things Bavarian – they’re showing the Super Bowl, and to keep energy levels up, food will be on offer – but if you’re expecting hot dogs, you’ll be disappointed, Sepp’ll be cooking up Weißwurst. Entrance is free though…


Head down to Kennedy’s from midnight to catch the game – complete with burgers, chicken wings and French fries. A cosy place to watch the game.


The Marriott hotel are also hosting a Super Bowl screening, complete with party after the match. The hotel will supply hot dogs, American beers and to get you going, all-American music for the warm-up.

At home

Maybe you have to go to work tomorrow morning, maybe you’re just not that interested in American football but you do want to see the half time entertainment, or maybe you simply can’t be bothered with heading out into the cold to party – if you want to watch the Super Bowl from the comfort of your armchair, tune in to SAT.1 from five past midnight – coverage will run until 4.15am.

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I'm Rachel, the author behind Arts in Munich. I moved to Munich in the summer of 2008, and work as an editor in the city. I also do freelance work for the BBC, MONOCLE, Singapore Airlines and Kaltblut, among others, and previously wrote for the Huffington Post and Electronic Beats.

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