This pioneering microbrewery—open since 1997—will screen the Super Bowl live from 6am. As you watch the game, dine on their full menu, and chug down a wide range of suds (from $5) such as the golden ale and pilsner. To sop up the booze, try their burgers (from $20); the patties are among the best in town.
Botak’s American Diner
Detroit-born (but now Singaporean) Bernie Utchenik offers up affordable easy drinking beers (from $6.50) and a cool track classic rock and blues at this laid-back joint. Plus, they serve humongous helpings of authentic diner grub like mozzarella-stuffed jalapenos ($8) and their signature Cajun chicken ($8.80) too. Friendly servers who chat with you freely—in typical American style—add to the atmosphere.
Sure, it isn’t exactly a groundbreaking concept, but everything at this comforting mid-priced joint is generous and hearty. Order up their famous margaritas (from $16) or American brews such as Budweiser ($12) or Miller Lite ($12) to wash down grub like nachos ($19) and the hulking Texas Chili Burger ($22).
Hard Rock Café
Decked out in music memorabilia from superstars such as Bob Dylan and Elvis Presley, this place offers filling chow from the good ole US of A including their justifiably famous burgers (from $26). There’s plenty of Budweiser ($13) to make it go down easy, too. Once you’ve filled your belly, take to the dance floor and groove to Top 40s for a rocking good time.