Best places to watch the Super Bowl in Kissimmee, Florida

Once every year people gather at their favorite drinking holes to watch the biggest football game of the season, the Super Bowl. The evening, which falls around the end of January or early February, is full of beer and snacking as the NFL crowns their champion team.

Kissimmee is a small town that lives in the shadow of its big brother, Orlando. It is also Mickey's backyard since it sits on the rim of the Walt Disney World show. Those familiar with the area will tell you Kissimmee offers a low-cost approach to enjoy all the sites of Central Florida. For the Super Bowl, you will find two local establishments offer large-screen viewing, thrilling excitement plus delicious food and drink while you sit on the edge of your seat during Super Bowl game.

Cheers Bar

Cheers is well-known by Kissimmee residents for its events, drink specials and football coverage. Cheers features award-winning chicken wings and a classic appetizer selection, perfect for munching during the Super Bowl. Every year the Cheers' Super Bowl party is a local hit, and this year promises to surpass expectation. Cheers has pool tables, dart boards and games to keep you busy while not focused on one of the big screens.

Cheers Bar
3498 Polynesian Isle Boulevard
Kissimmee FL, 34746
Cheer Website

Blue Max Tavern

One of the most alluring factors of the Blue Max Tavern in Kissimmee is location. Blue Max sits in the heart of Old Town, home of the classic car shows. Old Town offers rides, such as the Super Shot bungee drop, and quaint shopping. Blue Max has all the sports bar features with decor that showcases air combat and flying fighting machines. Seating is both inside the bar and outside, so you can enjoy the sites of Old Town. Blue Max offers pool tables, hot food and drink specials. The club has TV screens and large projection equipment throughout to present a view of the game from any seat.

Blue Max Tavern
5770 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy.
Old Town
Kissimmee, FL 34746
Blue Max Website

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Updated Thursday, Jan 6, 2011