The early hours of next Monday morning brings one of biggest dates on the sporting calendar as the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons at Super Bowl 51.
There are American Football fans aplenty in the UAE and fortunately there are no shortage of venues for those those supporters to watch the action unfold.
Can the Atlanta Falcons win on their third visit to the Super Bowl? Or will Tom Brady lead the Patriots to their fifth title?
Here, Sport360 rounds up the best places to take in Super Bowl 51.
For NFL fanatics in Downtown Dubai, the EAFL has partnered with Claw BBQ for both a Superbowl 51 live watch at 3:30 am (GST) and a re-watch later that evening (8:00 pm GST).
A few breakfast highlights include Waffle Mash – Mashed Potatoes cooked À La Waffle with Bacon and Pepper Jack Cheese topped with a Fried Egg and Scallions – or the Game Day Chilli and Breakfast Quesadillas.
Kick back and enjoy one of the biggest sporting events of the year at Original Wings and Rings. Watch it the American way, with plenty of wings, burgers and drinks – just be prepared to pull an all-nighter!
Throughout the evening three lucky guests will walk away winners as the venue draws from a raffle. Prizes are all dine-in vouchers to the value of 1,500, 1,000 and 500 AED.
PERRY AND BLACKWELDER’S
Where: Madinat Jumeirah
Facebook: Perry and Blackwelder
This American diner takes inspiration from Deep South BBQ heritage, so where better to watch the Super Bowl? From unlimited coffee for AED 30 to a full dose of traditional American breakfast with a linebacker-sized platter of all your favourites for AED 85 per person, to pancakes, waffles or even a breakfast burger – there’s plenty to satisfy hungry fans!
Catch all the live action of the Super Bowl at UBK where the game will be showing across multiple screens with private booth area options. Get warmed up for a night of American football with a themed menu including nachos, chicken wings, burgers along a variety of drink specials.
There will be a great buzz from 9pm on Sunday until game time at 3.30am on the Monday. Super Bowls of the past will be shown during this time from 9pm until 3am and classic American football food including, wings, chips, ribs and any beverage will be served.