Just because you can’t make it Atlanta to watch the Superbowl, doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on one of the most important events in the American sporting calendar.
There are plenty of amazing venues that make a big deal out of the Superbowl, so here’s a selection of hot spots that you can head to while you’re staying at any of our Montcalm hotels.
The Star of Bethnal Green
With the event starting at 11:30 pm UK time, you’d think that many places would have shut up shop for the night. However, the Star of Bethnal Green will be opening its doors from 10 pm to welcome Superbowl fans with a free bucket of popcorn and giant TV screen featuring all the action.
As the fun starts quite late into the evening, those staying at our Montcalm Royal London hotel will want to grab something substantial to eat before kick-off. The Aviary Restaurant London not only offers amazing quality food, but you’ll also be able to enjoy the sunset over the London skyline before heading off to watch the big game.
Tropicana Beach Club
If you really want to get into the spirit of the Superbowl before the live coverage starts, The Tropicana Beach Club opens its doors at 6 pm with cheerleaders and huge TV screens ready for an all-American party night!
Located just twenty minutes by Tube from the Montcalm Royal London, the celebrations aren’t set to end until the early hours of the morning when you can return to your hotel for some much-needed sleep after so much excitement.
The Grand, Clapham
Featuring a 25ft screen, cheerleaders and a DJ, The Grand in Clapham is going to be bouncing as the Superbowl coverage starts. With a variety of VIP booths available to book in advance, visitors hoping to catch all the action can choose from several seating and standing options.
With the doors opening at 9 pm, enjoy a leisurely dinner at the Aviary Restaurant London or make a reservation for a late bottomless Mimosa brunch the next day as the Superbowl celebrations at this venue aren’t due to end until 4 am!
Greenwood, Victoria Street
A reservation for a bottomless Mimosa brunch is a must if you’re thinking of making the Greenwood the place to watch the Superbowl with friends this year. With the usual pre-coverage cheerleading entertainment, the Greenwood has nineteen TV screens so wherever you are in the venue, you can be sure that you won’t miss a single second of the game.
Located just thirty minutes from your hotel, it won’t matter if you decide to stay all through the night until 4 am this next morning as London’s Tube transport system runs 24 hours a day and can safely deliver you back to your hotel room regardless of the time that the revelry finally comes to an end.