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Where to Watch, Bet the Super Bowl Online in Chicago

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Published on:
Jan/29/2018

There are plenty of places to go watch the Super Bowl in and around Chicago.  You can place bets via your smartphone, iPad or laptop with various online wagering sites based outside the US, while included.  Be advised that Chicago establishments, bars included, are not permitted to take bets on the big game.

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Chicago - The Warehouse Bar & Pizzeria Chicago - 1419 West Fullerton Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614 This package is $40/guest and includes, All You Can Drink & Eat from Kickoff to End of Game, Halftime Food Buffet: (Assorted Pizza, Wings, Mini Grilled Cheese, Pasta, Salad & More!!), Domestic Tallboys: (Bud Light, Budweiser, Coors Light, Miller Lite, Old Style, PBR), Select Drafts, Sangrias / Red & White Wine, Call Liquor (Tito's Vodka, Deep Eddy Vodka Flavors, Jack Daniels, Tanqueray, Captain Morgan, & More!!) - MUST BE 21 YEARS OR OLDER TO ATTEND

Chicago - Weather Mark Tavern - 1503 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60605 - Nautical-themed tavern with a full menu including burgers, sandwiches, salads & more -

Chicago - Omega Facility for Superbowl - 1462 West 115th Street, Chicago, IL 60643 - Just $10 to get in. Their Super Bowl deal is $45 for an open bar with buffet (nacho bar, mac & cheese bar, wings) plus Super Bowl bags tournament (with the winner getting your name on a trophy), Super Bowl squares, voting for best commercial, and fantasy football shots.

Chicago - The Cave - Hyatt Place Chicago-South/University Medical Center - 5225 South Harper Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615 - $13.87 - RSVP, you will need a ticket to enter.

Chicago - 360 CHICAGO - 875 North Michigan Avenue - (94th floor observation deck) - Chicago, IL 60611 - $20 - 360 CHICAGO Observation Deck is hosting an exclusive Super Bowl party on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Center. We're sure your living room is great and all, but why not watch the game from somewhere more... memorable?

Chicago - The Scout - 1301 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60605 - Rustic watering hole with a long beer list, souped-up pub grub, lots of TVs & patio seating. - One of the city’s biggest and most well known sports bars offers everything you would expect from a Super Bowl party, if you can get a table. During the game, the Scout will sling $15 Miller and Coors buckets, $10 foot-long grilled cheese sandwiches, and $5 Jameson.

Chicago - Smoke Daddy BBQ - 1804 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622 - This iconic neighborhood BBQ institution is never a bad idea, whether you’re enjoying some of the finest ‘cue in the city or watching the action on TVs in their affable back room. Or both. Their deal is a $20 all-you-can-eat pig roast buffet with a build-your-own chili bar, which includes one Lagunitas pint and a giveaway for a tour of the brewery.

Chicago - Pinstripes - 435 E Illinois St, Chicago, IL 60611 - Italian-American fare, bowling & bocce in a sprawling space with indoor & outdoor seating & a bar.

Super Bowl Grill Feast features a buffet-style spread served from 7pm - 9pm, including:

ï    Grilled Spicy Italian Sausage, Bratwursts, Marinated Chicken Breasts, and Black Angus Burgers served with cheese slices, vegetable toppings, sandwich rolls and accompaniments

ï    Housemade Salads, including Caesar Salad, Garden Salad, Pasta & Potato Salad

ï    Parmesan Potato Chips

ï    Sliced Seasonal Fruit

ï    Housemade Cookies & Ghirardelli Triple Chocolate Brownies

ï    Regular & Decaffeinated Intelligentsia Coffee, Mighty Leaf Hot/Iced Tea and Soda

ï    First house wine or draft beer is included. Cash bar is available for additional alcoholic beverages.

Bowling is just $1/hour all day on Sunday, 2/4 – and if you make a bowling reservation during the party, shoe rental is on the house! Plus, everyone will be entered to win a certificate for brunch & bocce for four!

A ticket includes Super Bowl viewing, dinner, one draft beer or house wine, and does not include bowling or bocce. Reservations must be made separately by calling the venue at 312-527-3010.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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