Where to Watch the Super Bowl at Disney World (2017)

Where to watch the Big Game at Disney World

Wondering where you can catch the Big Game on Sunday, February 5, 2017 at Disney World?   We've got several great options for you. 

ESPN Club - Boardwalk Entertainment District

This is going to be everyone's default choice for the Big Game so plan on the ESPN Club being a very packed house.   The restaurant is located in the Boardwalk Entertainment District at the Epcot Resort area and it does not accept advance reservations - they recommend arriving an hour prior to game time for the best chance of being seated before the game..    They do offer VIP seating reservations for $100 per person and that does include any good item on the menu, excluding tax and gratuity .  Parking is limited so Disney resort guests are encouraged to use Disney transportation. 

Splitzville - Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney) 

Splitzville will have the game on with sound up the second floor and it will be business as usual.   You can make an advance reservation, subject to availability, online through your "My Disney Experience" app or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.  You cannot specifically request the second floor during the reservation process so that will happen first-come-first-served at the podium.   This is a huge venue with lots of tables but expect a crowd.  


Rix Lounge - Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

Rix Lounge, at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort has not yet announced their 2017 plans.  In 2016, they had a special event for the Big Game. The cost was $25 per person and the buffet includes Italian and turkey club submarine sandwiches, beer braised brats with sauerkraut and mustard on pretzel hoagies, tailgate chili, sea salt chips with habanero chili salsa, a nacho bar, and BBQ riblets.  Beer bucket specials will also be offered.  The doors opened at 3PM and the buffet started at 5PM.  This is event became adult only (age 21 & up) at 9PM but families were welcome prior to that.  Free parking or use Disney transportation - take a bus to either Epcot or Disney's Hollywood Studios and then catch a bus to Disney's Coronado Springs Resort.   This is a little off the beaten track and, as of today, they don't have the event posted on their website so crowds may be lower here. 

The game will most likely also be playing on the TVs in the other Disney hotel resort food courts and lounges.


John T's Lounge - Hilton Hotel at Disney Springs

John T's Lounge will show the big game on their 7 TV's and they will have drink specials.  The sound will be up though they do not have a surround sound system.  You can take Disney transportation to Disney Springs and walk over to the Hilton hotel.


The Lobby Bar at Four Seasons

The Lobby Bar at the Four Seasons hotel, with seating for 70 people, has not yet announced their 2017 plans other to say that "they will probably be doing something" and to call back (855-548-9127) closer to the date.   No reservations accepted, no cover charge and you do not have to stay at the hotel to visit this venue. Food and drinks are available for purchase.  While the Four Seasons is located on Disney property, you can't get to there using Disney transportation.  You can take a taxi if you don't have your own vehicle.  Parking is $15 but drops to $5 with restaurant validation when you purchase food and beverages. 


Sunnies at Buena Vista Palace hotel at Disney Springs

Sunnies Lounge at Buena Vista Palace hotel will show the big game on theirTV's with food and beverages available for purchase.  You can take Disney transportation to Disney Springs and walk over to the Buena Vista Palace hotel.

Lounges at Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resorts

The lounges at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin resorts are not planning any special events but are bringing in extra TVs for the game.  These hotels are located in the Epcot Resort area. 

House of Blues - Disney Springs

The game will be playing at the bar at House of Blues in Disney Springs but seating is extremely limited and the game will not be shown in the dining room.

Watch the Big Game in Your Hotel Room

All of the Disney World Resort hotels have cable TV so you can certainly kick back and catch the Big Game from the comfort of your room.   Pizza delivery is available and all of the rooms have mini-refrigerators so you can pre-order snacks and drinks from Garden Grocer and have them delivered right to your resort.  You may also want to check with the lounge or pool bar at your resort to see if they'll be showing the game.  Click here to learn more about Garden Grocer delivery services. 

The game will most likely also be playing on the TVs in the resort food courts and lounges. 

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