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8 of the best rated sports bars in SC where you can watch the Super Bowl this year

The State (Columbia, SC) logo The State (Columbia, SC) 2/8/2023 Patrick McCreless, The State

Football fans rejoice!

The biggest game of the year is nearly here. Your only concern now should be how to watch it.

The Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will face off starting at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday for Super Bowl LVII. And whether or not you’re a fan of either team, if you’re an American who enjoys football, odds are you’ll be watching.

But do you have any great options?

Sure, some people like to host big Super Bowl watch parties and have giant televisions, but not everyone has that luxury. Fortunately, there are plenty of sports bars in the state that will offer great watching experiences and delicious food to boot.

Here are eight of the best-rated sports bars in South Carolina to watch the Super Bowl, according to Google Reviews. Two of the best-rated sports bars were picked from Columbia, Charleston, Greenville and Myrtle Beach.


Bakers Sports Pub and Grill

Rating: 4.4 out of 5

Location: 7167 Two Notch Road

Bakers is a local sports pub that’s set up to properly watch any game, not just the Super Bowl. With 18 high definition screens, there’s little chance of missing any of the action during the big game this Sunday. And if you’re not interested in the commercials in-between the action, enjoy some of the entertainment Bakers has to offer, such as Golden Tee Golf games and Silver Strike Bowling.

Also, chow down on something from the pub’s menu, be it half-pound Angus burger, a basket of hot wings or a shrimp quesadilla.

The Cock N’ Bull Pub

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Location: 326 S. Edisto Avenue

The Cock N’ Bull Pub’s true love might be soccer, but it still has room in its heart for football. The British-style neighborhood pub has tons of atmosphere for those seeking a more unique spot to watch the Super Bowl this year. While the business has posted on its Facebook page that it won’t have a special event for the Super Bowl this year, it will be open on Sunday for people to watch the big game.

And during the Super Bowl, enjoy some British fare like fish and chips, Irish bangers and mash or some classic hot wings.


1st Place

Rating: 4.6 out of 5

Location: 570 King Street

1st Place is Charleston’s premier sports pub, according to the business’ website. 1st Place prides itself on it’s upscale sports pub atmosphere, food and cocktails. Also, the pub boasts 20 TV screens, so there’s little chance of missing any big plays during the Super Bowl.

Try the menu’s King Street Smashburger, which comes loaded with tomato bacon jam, white cheddar, grilled onion and other toppings. There’s also the spiced chicken wings, braised beef quesadillas and a host of sandwich options.

Moe’s Crosstown Tavern

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Location: 825 Savannah Highway

Moe’s Crosstown Tavern has been a Charleston area watering hole for more than 20 years. The vintage pub prides itself on offering year-round sports on its screens.

Watch the Super Bowl this year on one of Moe’s big-screen televisions and play some pool. Then try some of the food, from pub-style burgers to various sandwiches and wraps.


Local Cue Sports Bar

Rating: 4.6 out of 5

Location: 30 Orchard Park Drive

If you’re in the Greenville area on Super Bowl Sunday, Local Cue will be ready for you. The bar will be offering plenty of wings for those who want to order some ahead of time to enjoy at home while they watch the big game. However, Local Cue will also offer beer bucket specials for customers who choose to watch the Super Bowl at the bar.

And other than the wings, customers can sample plenty of other tasty food, like the ribeye cheese steak or smoked brisket sandwiches.

Charleston Sports Pub

Rating: 4 out of 5

Location: 15 W Washington Street

Come to the Charleston Sports Pub early on Sunday for a fun-filled, Super Bowl-themed event.

Start off from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. with a Super Bowl Brunch and trivia event. Customers can enjoy delicious brunch food while they test their Super Bowl knowledge for a chance to win house cash and prizes.

Come back later to catch all the Super Bowl excitement and enjoy plenty of beer and food, from wings and chicken tenders, to ribs and nachos.

Myrtle Beach


Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Location: 6003 N Kings Highway

Established in 1996, Jimmagan’s Pub was created on the notion of providing local customers with ice cold beer and every sports package available, the business’ website states. To that end, there are more than 30 televisions positioned around the bar, which will ensure your Super Bowl viewing will be great, no matter where you’re looking.

But beyond televisions, the bar boasts 13 beers on tap and more than 35 different bottled beers to enjoy during the game. And if you get hungry, there will be plenty of wings and pizza to go around.

Pine Lakes Tavern

Rating: 4.6 out of 5

Location: 5201 N Kings Highway

Pine Lakes Tavern is the first non-smoking sports bar and live entertainment venue in Myrtle Beach, the bar’s website states.

As you’d expect, there will be plenty of televisions ready to show the Super Bowl on Sunday. But beyond that, Pine Lakes offers 15 beers on tap, specialty and traditional cocktails, and an assortment of food, like jumbo wings, burgers and chicken sandwiches.

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