The Quest For Six continues and as you all (should) know, the San Francisco 49ers will be facing the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field this Sunday at 3:30 PST. Now the question is, where will you be watching the game? San Francisco is not short of places to watch the game, so here is a list of some of the best sports bars and other un-expecting venues to tune into the highly anticipated championship.
SOMA Street Food Park, is a great outdoor venue that hosts a 49’ers food truck party with $2 beers, ten gourmet food trucks, and we can’t forget the 70-inch flat screen.
McTeague’s Saloon, is a fun lively bar full of 49ers fans to help cheer on the team.
Harry’s Bar, is a legendary favorite that is a guaranteed good time for any sports game.
Kezar Pub, is arguably one of the most essential sports bars in all of San Francisco.
The Chapel, is typically a premiere venue for music, but on Sunday will transform into a great place to watch the battle for the NFC championship on their giant 19 ft. screen with HD projection. Admission is free and plenty of beer, food, wine and cocktails to go around.
The Independent, is another premiere music venue transformed for the game that is worth checking out is. Admission is free, but don’t be surprised by their two-drink minimum.