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Super Bowl Sunday

Where to Watch the Big Game



Super Bowl Sunday

So you’re a huge Patriots fan, an over the top Giants supporter, or just into football and looking for the perfect place to watch the the big game. Four quarters of intense fan-hood can add up on the bar tab pretty quick, so here’s a breakdown bars and restaurants hosting Super Bowl parties.

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Jake Johnston shows off his vertical leap and makes an amazing catch at Jackson Lake Lodge in the fall of 2011. Photographer: Blair Waller


Teton Village & West Bank


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  • Passholder specials. $2 PBR, $3 SRB
  • TVs: 2 in the bar, 60in in the Cody Room.

The Peak

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  • 2 for 1 local beers the whole game. Buckets of beer: $18 dom / $20 import. $7 appetizer specials with quarterly specials as well.

Q Roadhouse

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  • Opening at 4pm, happy hour specials from 5-6pm and 8-9pm. Special bar menu featuring football munchies.
  • Three 50in TVs in the bar.


Town of Jackson


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  • Jackson’s largest sports bar. The whole party present in order to be sat (it gets that busy!). 28 different beers on tap – they cost full price.
  • The most TVs you’ll see outside of a Best Buy store.

Silver Dollar Bar

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  • Special Super Bowl Party featuring prizes and give aways. Bar food specials and $5 Bloody Mary bar.
  • Multiple 42in screens with large projection screen as well.

Town Square Tavern

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  • Opening at 2pm with specials on Bud Light, shots, tacos, wings and more.
  • 10 TVs, 100″ mega screen


Teton Valley and Other Events

The Trap Bar at Grand Targhee

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8 HD flat screens, squares, and prize giveaways from Grand Teton Brewing Company and Pabst. Extra Shuttle added for the Super Bowl Party, from 3:00pm – 745pm will be running laps between the Driggs Community Center and the Grand Targhee Resort for added convenience. Why Drive on Super Bowl Sunday?

Whole Grocer

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Hosting a party? Whole Grocer has you covered. Get game ready at the JWG Tasting Fair, Friday & Saturday 11am-6pm. Discover great ideas and easy solutions for feeding a crowd!

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Jed Johnston throws a strike as Jake Johnston gets beat on the out route by Kevin Wittig this past fall in Grand Teton National Park. Photographer: Blair Waller


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