Where to watch the Super Bowl in Singapore

By HungryGoWhere July 11, 2021
Where to watch the Super Bowl in Singapore
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The annual football event of the year is back. No, we are not talking about the English Premier League but what some consider to be practically an American holiday: Super Bowl Sunday. It is Super Bowl’s 50th anniversary this 2016 (also known as Super Bowl 50) – and the showdown is between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos.

Due to the time difference, Super Bowl 50 will be televised in Singapore on 8 February 2016 (Monday) in the morning (7am-11am). We recommend you swap the usual games-night beers and wings for coffee and eggs at these spots that will be opening extra early to screen the NFL Super Bowl live:

Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill
For breakfasts sets in a grill and bar
This American sports bar at Tanglin Place will open its doors at 6am (the game begins at 7.30am). There’s a $26 breakfast set where you’ll get a choice of main course—scrambled eggs with bacon and ham or a cheese and mushroom omelette—served with pancakes, o’brien potatoes, toast, a glass of orange juice, and coffee or tea. Reservations are required.
Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill | Address: Tanglin Place, 91 Tanglin Road | Tel: 6738 2800 | Opening hours: 6am onwards

Brewerkz Riverside
Watch the game with a view of the river
Book yourself in for breakfast at Brewerkz’ Riverside Point outlet where they will be screening the Super Bowl and serving up breakfasty nosh such as classic eggs benedict (hollandaise sauce, poached eggs and honey-baked ham on English muffins), Big Breakfast and pancakes (sold as part of a set priced at $50++ and $55++) and includes free flow of chips, soda, coffee and tea. The $55++ ticket comes with a pint of beer should you need an alcohol fix at 7am. Advance reservations must be made.
Book a table here | Address: #01-05/06, Riverside Point, 30 Merchant Road | Opening hours: from 6am

For a breakfast buffet
Of their the outlets, Chilli’s at Tanglin Mall is the only one that will be screening the football match. Doors open at 6.30am and you may begin to load up on the value-for-money breakfast buffet ($30++). Fill your tummies up with breakfast tacos, hotcakes, or classic breakfast set of scrambled eggs, toast, roast baby potatoes, and bacon. Drinkwise, it’s free-flow of coffee, tea and juices. You might be cheering on for more than just the football game.
Chilli’s | Address: #02-23, Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road | Tel: 6733 3317 | Opening hours: from 6.30am

Dallas Restaurant & Bar
Comfy couches and breakfast sets

Watch the game in style with grand sofa chairs replete with satin cushions, while nibbling on beef and pork sausages served at Dallas Restaurant & Bar’s as part of the Sausages and Creamy Mash with minted peas and onion gravy ($26). For those looking for an early drink, a glass of house wine starts at $13 and a pint of Stella Artois at $16. Do come as a group of 10 or more for the complimentary tower of beer or chicken wings platter. Each guest will also stand a chance to win a dinner for two with free flow of prime ribs via a lucky draw.
Dallas Restaurant & Bar | Address: 31 Boat Quay and 3 Temasek Boulevard 03-302/303 | Tel: 9665 2705 and 9673 2012 | Opening hours: from 6.30am


Smokey’s BBQ
Breakfasts to fuel up with
Doors open at 6.30am at both its outlets, allowing ample time to settle down and get comfortable before the big match. Screaming and shouting during the game is necessary, and will drain energy. Make sure to fuel up with helpings from the breakfast buffet ($30 per person, includes a pint of house pour beer or a glass of Bloody Mary), a generous spread of Belgian waffles with blueberry and maple syrup, potato hash, homemade pork sausage patties and fresh mixed fruits. Additional drinks are priced at $12 or $15 per person if you didn’t order the breakfast buffet. Book your table here, before the crowd goes rushing in.
Book a table here | Address: 73 Joo Chiat Place and 32 South Buona Vista | Opening hours: from 6.30am


Boomarang Bistro & Bar
Healthy nosh at this riverside bistro
This is for the health-conscious Super Bowl fans. Instead of downing a pint and filling up on greasy food, go for the wholemeal toast with avocado, roma tomato and lemon ($10). The granola muesli (fresh banana, berries and natural yogurt, $10) and the seasonal fruit salad (natural yoghurt, fresh banana and mango pruee, $10) give a refreshing start to the rather early Monday morning.
Boomarang Bistro & Bar | Address: #01-15, The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay and 52 Circular Road | Tel: 6738 1077, 6536 4990 | Opening hours: from 6am


Chill out by the riverside
With its all white facade, high tables and chairs and great views of the Singapore river front, chill out at Harry’s bar over breakfast items such as the Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Eggs Croissant ($14) or the signature, Harry’s Champion Breakfast ($14). A pint of draught beer starts at $13 for the Harry’s Premium Lager, while bottled beers are priced from $10.
Harry’s | Address: 28 Boat Quay | Tel: 6538 3029 | Opening hours: from 7.30am


Hombre Cantina
Go full on Mexican
For a hearty dose of Mexican food, head to Hombre Cantina located at 53 Boat Quay. The restaurant will be serving up Beef Menudo ($20) and Chilaquiles Rojo ($20) set meals exclusively for Super Bowl fans and it comes with coffee, which you can top up $5 for an additional beer or margarita. A la carte beer prices start at $10 and a bucket is from $45. With every set meal, diners also stand a chance to win the Tequila Trails restaurant membership that comes with a one-hour Tequila masterclass session on 25th Feb 2016.
Hombre Cantina | Address: 53 Boat Quay | Tel: 6438 6708 | Opening hours: from 7.30am



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