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Best sports bars in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for watching the Super Bowl
Albuquerque, New Mexico, fans looking for the best place to watch the Super Bowl game will want to consider one of these three great sports bars. These sports bars and grills have been selected for their television availability and the game time food selections. They all offer a range of traditional sports bar menu items with some spicy New Mexico style cuisine that football fans will love.
3222 Central Ave. SE
Kelly's has all that a Super Bowl fan could ask for. Kelly's is a brewpub so you have over 20 in-house brews to choose from while you take in the game. There are nine Tvs in the bar area and a pool table. Food options include your typical sports bar and football watching standards; chicken wings, cheese sticks, fried mushrooms, nachos and chips and salsa. The menu is far too extensive to reproduce here but you can also get a variety of sandwiches, burgers and salads.
1414 Central Ave. SE
Coaches Sports Grill has over 20 Tvs on the premises and offers 22 beers and ten wines as well as a full bar. The usual sports bar menu can be found at Coaches and also some regional flavor. If you are looking for some extra spice with the game then try out the green chile stew or the green chile cheese fries.
6601 Uptown Blvd NE
Offering the most screens for your Super Bowl viewing pleasure is the Uptown Sports Bar. They have over 25 television sets and four large projection type televisions. You will not be missing a single play here unless you are too wrapped up with choosing from the 34 beers on tap or the more than 40 bottled varieties that the Uptown Sports Bar has. When you think sports bar you think wings. The Uptown has jumbo wings in a variety of sauces. They have eight different sauces including a very spicy habanero garlic.
Finding the perfect sports bar for watching the Super Bowl in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is going to come down to what you want most. More screens, more beer or more food.
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