• It's Game Time

Photo provided by Joe Senser's Kitchen Bar in Bloomington, MN.

Super Bowl Bar Hours

Some Mall of America and Bloomington bars will be open until 4am on Super Bowl LII Sunday, however, all locations are subject to possible event bookings and changing business hours during the Super Bowl. Please call ahead before making plans. Click here for a list of bars planning on remaining open until 4am.

Check out these top bars in Bloomington to watch Super Bowl LII

Whether you are fortunate enough to be cheering on your favorite team or simply want to catch the famous Super Bowl commercials or halftime show, Bloomington has the best sports bars and restaurants in the metro to get your game face on.

gameworks barGameWorks Mall of America. Photo by Joe Lemke. If you’re in the vicinity of our beloved Mall of America®, there are many spots within the mall’s four levels to try out. Our favorites include Hard Rock Café, GameWorks, Cadillac Ranch, Cowboy Jack's, CRAVE, SMAAASH, Dick's Last Resort, and Hooters, but be forewarned: Get there early—with 1.4 million visitors expected in town, seats (both in and out of U.S. Bank Stadium) will be at a premium.

Don’t fret, however, should the mall fill up as quickly as it usually does. Bloomington has more than 40 hotels, many of which offer outstanding bar menus featuring typical light fare, yet hefty craft brew and cocktail lists. Some of our favorites include the FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar in the Radisson Blu, The Sidebar at the Sheraton Bloomington, Bar Urbana at the Hyatt Regency Bloomington, the AC Lounge at the AC Hotel Bloomington Mall of America, and the Onyx Bar at the Holiday Inn Bloomington West MSP Airport Area.

If you're staying at a hotel, look no further than the Interstate-494 strip that flanks Bloomington’s northern perimeter and runs east/west along the full stretch of the city. Starting on the far west side and moving east, you’ll find ample sports bars with a variety of specialties. Some of our faves include Ike's Food & Cocktails, Poor Richard’s Commonhouse, Joe Senser’s Kitchen Bar, Cowboy Jack’s, Lucky’s Pub 13, Willy McCoy’s, Shantytown Grill, and Sports Page.

With North America’s largest entertainment and shopping complex, 40-plus hotels and ample bars for every patron, you’re sure to find a spot to perch and take in all that Super Bowl LII has to offer.