Super Bowl Sunday: Where to watch the Chiefs-Eagles football action in the Coachella Valley

Super Bowl Sunday: Where to watch the Chiefs-Eagles football action in the Coachella Valley

Bars, restaurants and casinos from Desert Hot Springs to Coachella will be showing the Eagles-Chiefs game

Niki Kottmann

Palm Springs Desert Sun

Ready for football’s biggest day of the year? Whether you’re a sports fanatic or you can’t wait for Rihanna’s first public performance since the 2018 Grammys, we know what you’ll be watching Sunday.

But the question is, where will you be watching?

If you’re like me and don’t have cable, here’s a list of spots, from casinos to restaurants, in the Coachella Valley where you can watch the Super Bowl LVII game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.

The Beer Hunter in Rancho Mirage and La Quinta

Looking for a classic mid-valley grill to hang out at this Super Bowl Sunday? Check out The Beer Hunter, which will open its doors at 2 p.m. for those who have purchased a $50 reserved seat (which will be credited back toward your purchases). Non-reserved seats require a minimum $25 for purchases and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Call 760-564-7442 to make reservations.

If you go: $25-$50; Doors open at 2 p.m. Sunday at The Beer Hunter Sports Bar & Grill, 78-483 Highway 111, La Quinta and 71-959 CA-111, Rancho Mirage

Cowboy Cantina in Palm Desert

This new Southwest-themed bar and restaurant is pulling out all the stops for Super Bowl Sunday. Cowboy Cantina will host game day “swag” giveaways — including t-shirts, hats and a big-screen T.V. — alongside drink specials and a live DJ. The space, which normally doesn’t have T.V.s, will feature several large sets and projectors that co-owner Jim Valdez said he had “trucked in” specifically for the occasion. Cover for the event is $25, which includes entry in the giveaways, or $50 for a package that includes a cocktail and appetizer. Spots are first-come, first served. Call 760-773-9009 or reserve a spot online.

If you go: Bar opens at 10 a.m., game starts at 3:30 p.m. General admission is $25 at 72-620 El Paseo, Palm Desert

Henry’s Bar & Grill in Cathedral City

If you’re looking for a similar sports bar vibe in Cathedral City, head to Henry’s for the big game. Although the restaurant hasn’t announced any Super Bowl-specific deals, it will continue its weekly “Sunday Ticket” tradition of opening at 10 a.m. for a day of football and food, specifically its Sunday brunch menu featuring a breakfast burrito, huevos con chorizo and more.

If you go: Bar opens at 10 a.m., game starts at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Henry’s Bar & Grill, 68-955 Ramon Road #7, Cathedral City

Reforma in Palm Springs

Move over famed watering holes, there’s a new bar in town — and it will be playing the game. Reforma, downtown Palm Springs’ latest bar/restaurant, quietly opened last month. The establishment boasts a Latin American-inspired menu and weekend DJ sets, but this Sunday, it’s all about football. Patrons can watch the Super Bowl on Reforma’s large LED wall while enjoying everything from burgers to ceviche. Reserve your spot at OpenTable.Com/r/Reforma-Palm-springs.

If you go: Bar opens at 3 p.m., game starts at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Reforma, 333 S. Palm Canyon Drive Unit 2, Palm Springs

Playoffs in Desert Hot Springs

Looking to watch the game in Desert Hot Springs this Super Bowl Sunday? Playoffs is hosting a watch party where you could win a pair of tickets to the upcoming Eagles concert at Acrisure Arena (worth $800 each). If you want the chance to win, reserve your $25 seat at the party, which will get you one raffle ticket and a Mexican dinner. Additional tickets can be purchased for $10 per ticket or three for $20, and the winner will be drawn at the end of the game. Ticket holder must be present to win.

If you go: Bar opens at noon, game starts at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Playoffs, 12-105 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs

Spotlight 29 in Coachella

Spotlight 29 Casino in Coachella will not just play the game this Sunday; it will also offer several Super Bowl food and beverage specials including:

If you go: 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Spotlight 29, 46-200 Harrison Place, Coachella

Lulu California Bistro in Palm Springs

Planning to stay in downtown Palm Springs this Super Bowl Sunday? Consider Lulu as a spot to watch the Chiefs face the Eagles. The restaurant is hosting a “Lulu’s Big Game Sunday” indoor tailgate party featuring a freshly-made menu of game-day food and a large selection of beers and cocktails. The game will be broadcast on Lulu’s 100-inch TV as well as on multiple TVs throughout the establishment. Reservations strongly suggested.

If you go: $29.99; Doors open at 2 p.m., game starts at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12 at Lulu’s, 200 S. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs. Call 760-327-5858 for reservations or more information.

Before the game: Brewfest Tailgate Party

Want to kick off the festivities early this weekend? Head to the Agave Caliente Terraza at Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City on Saturday for a tailgate-themed celebration of all things football. Entry is free, but for $25, you can get a beer-tasting wristband will full access to the beer garden’s various offerings. Kick back, open a cold one and listen to an evening full of live entertainment, including DJ 2A, to kick off Super Bowl weekend.

If you go: 4 p.m. Saturday at Agave Caliente Terraza at Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City, 68960 E. Palm Canyon Drive, Cathedral City.

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