Super Bowl LVIII bars for 49ers and Chiefs fans in San Diego

Find local hubs for San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles fans.

A group of 49ers fans sitting at the bar a Bootlegger in East Village.

A group of 49ers fans at Bootlegger.

Photo via @bootleggersd

San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs fans in San Diego, it’s time to find your tribe. Super Bowl LVIII kicks off at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 11, and while SD doesn’t have an NFL team anymore, the big game is still a big deal — especially at these local restaurants and bars that are known hubs for the teams in the 2024 spotlight.

🏈 49ers

Moonshine Beach, Pacific Beach
Most days, this PB bar has country western vibes — unless it’s game day. That’s when the San Francisco energy takes over, and 49ers fans flock here.

Bootlegger, East Village
This bar and restaurant is known for its take on comfort food, and San Francisco fans can take comfort in knowing it’s “Faithful to the Bay.”

Northside Tavern, Ocean Beach
Head to this OB restaurant — a hotspot for Niners fans — for sandwiches, flatbreads, and drinks.

Henry’s Pub, Downtown
This pub offers great game day food and loves American football — especially the 49ers.

Saddle Bar, Solana Beach
On game day, this rock ‘n’ roll bar tones down the music and brings in a crowd of loyal 49er Faithful.

A group of Kansas City Chiefs fans at Home and Away in Old Town

Chiefs fans, unite — Home & Away in Old Town is always cheering on the team.

Photo via @clbrady9

🏈 Chiefs

Kansas City Barbeque, Embarcadero
This bar’s name lets you know which team it’s rooting for, and Chiefs fans know it’s a “Top Gun” place to catch the game. Pro tip: The restaurant tends to open early when KC plays.

Home & Away, Old Town
It’s safe to say this bar is a home away from home for Chiefs fans. The menu is packed with drink options and meal specials, and you’ll find plenty of outdoor seating for the whole family.

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