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Where Can I Watch, Bet the Super Bowl From El Paso, TX

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Feb/02/2018

There are some great bars and Super Bowl watch parties in El Paso, Texas this year.  You can place bets via your smartphone, iPad or laptop with various online wagering sites based outside the US.  Just be advised that El Paso establishments, bars included, are not permitted to take bets on the big game.

Tanya’s Gridiron - 4620 Dyer St, El Paso, TX 79930 - Casual sports bar offering pub-grub staples & a sizable beer list, plus pool, darts & plenty of TVs.

Fanatics Sports Bar & Grill - 11040 Montwood Dr, El Paso, TX 79936 - With great drinks, fantastic wings, and numerous HDTVs for your Super Bowl viewing pleasure, Fanatics Sports Bar & Grill could very well become your favorite spot to watch the game.

Cabo Joe's - 7942 Gateway Blvd E, El Paso, TX 79915 - Pretty girls, great drinks, and awesome food in an atmosphere that will make football fans happy.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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