Where to Enjoy the Big Game in JXN

The best time of year for sports fanatics is upon us again. With wings, burgers, drinks and everything in between to help you best enjoy Super Bowl LVI, Jackson has several different places to claim as your spot this Sunday.

two baskets of wings with celery and a beer
The Bulldog

The Bulldog - 6111 Ridgewood Road

With a menu that features 50 draft beers at any given time, Angus burgers, fresh salads, sandwiches and classic New Orleans dishes, The Bulldog offers something for everyone in your party.

One popular dish is, of course, the wings. The "Hop Wings" are fried and tossed with your choice of sauce (though buffalo is highly recommended) and served with sides of ranch or bleu cheese and celery sticks. The perfect table snack for watching football.

If you're looking for a great draft beer, The Bulldog is your destination for February 13. Unlike most of their competitors, The Bulldog's draft system uses nitrogen and carbon dioxide to pump their beer, ensuring that the beer doesn't touch any air, delivering a cleaner, smoother taste for customers.

To learn more about the specials, events and full menu, visit bulldog-jackson.draftfreak.com.

a the inside of a sports bar
Capitol Grill

Capitol Grill - 5050 Interstate 55 North Frontage Road

This locally owned and operated sports bar has an upscale vibe and menu. Items like duck and cream cheese wontons, tamales, hand-crafted pizzas and even a ribeye plate work to set this spot apart from the rest.

When it comes to Super Bowl Sunday, shareables are commonplace for Capitol Grill diners. The onion rings, battered and fried to golden perfection and served with house-made comeback sauce, are a crowd favorite.

However, for individual bites, Capitol Grill also features a full bar and several beers on draft to enjoy with your meal while watching the game.

Find out more or order online at capitolgrillofjackson.com.

sandwich and French fries
Last Call

Last Call Sports Bar - 1428 Old Square Road

Last Call Sports Bar has a contemporary atmosphere and shows all major sporting events in real-time. When it's not Super Bowl Sunday, DJs, karaoke and private events are held at this spot.

The menu is vast, with plenty of options no matter how long you'll be there for the game. One popular item is the club po'boy, made with sliced turkey, ham, bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayo and served with your choice of side.

Last Call also has classic sports bar appetizers, wings, burgers, nachos, tacos, salads and desserts.

See a full menu at lastcallsportsgrill.com.

shade sails cover an outdoor area with picnic benches and people milling around
Midtown Depot

Midtown Depot - 116 Livingston Street

Mississippi's first Art Park and Beer Garden, Midtown Depot, features local culinary businesses, breweries and distilleries on their menu.

Perhaps most intriguing are the featured jambalaya egg rolls: egg roll wrappers stuffed with rice, sausage, peppers and onions. It's a Southern classic rolled and deep-fried into a crispy, handheld bite.

The current menu also includes over 30 different draft beers to choose from and canned Cathead Distillery cocktails.

For Super Bowl Sunday, Midtown festivities will begin at 3:30 pm, including games with cash prizes. Visit facebook.com/MidtownDepotJXN to learn more.

Tacos
M-Bar

M-Bar Sports Grill - 6340 Ridgewood Court Drive

This sports bar boasts weekly event nights, DJs and even guest celebrities. It's to be expected that M-Bar will be the place to be for Super Bowl Sunday.

M-Bar's fish tacos are a popular choice for many customers. Coleslaw, spicy mayo and lime top a fish filet wrapped in a flour tortilla making for a tasty handheld option.

However, like most sports bars, M-Bar also offers wings and other bar snacks, as well as a seafood boil and ribeye dinner.

Find out more at facebook.com/TheMbarJxn.

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