Where to Watch the Big Game in Kissimmee
It’s all up in the air which teams will compete to win the 2020 NFL championship, but you can bet our calendars are already fixed on Sunday, Feb. 2 for this iconic must-see game. Whichever colors you’ll be wearing on game day, one thing’s for sure…if you’ll be in Kissimmee, Forida (just a few hours from the game itself in Miami Gardens), we have the ideal spots to catch the Big Game.
Miller’s Ale House
Let’s kick off with Miller’s Ale House at ChampionsGate and Kissimmee. Both locations feature delicious food – like the world-famous Zingers boneless chicken tenders or chicken nachos. And with more than 75 varieties of beer, as well as cocktails and specialty drinks, you’ll want to grab your seat and get comfy for the long haul.
Running down the line next is the electrifying restaurant and bar, ESPN Club at Disney’s Boardwalk Entertainment District. Part of Walt Disney World Resort, this quarter-mile of dining, shopping, and nightlife is a thrill within itself. At ESPN Club, you can watch your team on nearly 100 video monitors, including a 108-square-foot video wall, covering up to 30 different sporting events. You won’t miss a second of the action because there are even TVs in the bathroom stalls! You can also score a pub-style menu, or cocktails and craft beers.
NBC Sports Grill & Brew
If you're visiting Universal Orlando Resort, the NBC Sports Grill & Brew at Universal CityWalk provides guests with a unique sports-watching experience. Nearly 100 high-definition screens broadcast continuous sports coverage, and the restaurant features private dining, group areas, and an indoor/outdoor beer garden. You can tackle more than 100 beers on draft and in bottles, along with amazing appetizers like Korean barbecue sliders and fire-grilled chicken bacon flatbread.
Wreckers Sports Bar
Take a time out from the hustle of vacation and enjoy Wreckers Sports Bar at Gaylord Palms and Convention Center during the Big Game. The two-story screen will feature the two anticipated teams going head to head. Kick back and cheer on your team with over 50 HDTVs and an ice-cold Wreckers Red Ale – the exclusive beer to Wreckers Sports Bar.
For groups that want to be a part of the action and catch the game, head to TopGolf Orlando. Not only can you watch the game on the two private bay TVs, you can also practice your golf swing at giant dartboard-like targets on an outfield and chow down on some amazing grub. TopGolf has incredible golf ball tracing technology at each bay that will keep you and your family and friends entertained during those time-outs and all through the game. There’s even a bar inside with plenty of TVs for additional viewing (and cheering!).
All these venues will cater to your sports-watching needs – from the array of energetic fans and delicious food to surround-sound speakers and big-screen TVs galore. Just a tip – call ahead to ask about reservations and bring an appetite for competition!
NFL Championship Fast Facts
- The highest score ever totaled 75 points.
- The coldest championship was outdoor in New Orleans, LA.
- Katy Perry had the most-watched halftime show ever.
- Americans eat 1.3 billion chicken wings during the championship weekend.
- The Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs in the first NFL championship in 1967.
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