NFL Player-Owned Bars and Restaurants for Watching the Super Bowl

Succulent steaks score big at this lively Austin restaurant where guests will find a variety of premium cuts from aged USDA filet mignon, to The Perfect Ten signature steak, which honors Young's Texas Longhorns jersey number. A TripAdvisor traveler noted, "The service is superb and the steaks are out of this world. I feel like the staff bends over backwards to make sure you are enjoying yourself." TripAdvisor users give it a 4 out of 5.

Manning's Restaurant, New Orleans

In the middle of the Big Easy's Warehouse District, this Louisiana eatery owned by Archie Manning, features more than 30 flat-screen TVs, a sports news desk, authentic memorabilia and a mouthwatering menu that offers traditional comfort foods paired with Creole twists. One TripAdvisor traveler noted, "The TVs are awesome, especially the huge one with stadium seating. The food is delicious!" TripAdvisor users give it a 3.5 out of 5.

Brett Favre's Steakhouse, Green Bay, Wisc.

Located two blocks from Lambeau Field in Green Bay, football fans can enjoy the play-by-play action in the bar area at this premier steakhouse owned by Brett Favre. On the menu are juicy steaks, a selection of fresh seafood including Maryland crab cakes, and even Favre's favorite, jambalaya. "We went for the experience the day before the big game. Great memorabilia and great service," a TripAdvisor traveler commented. TripAdvisor users give it a 3.5 out of 5.

Brother Jimmy's, New York City Situated in the middle of Manhattan, guests can appease their appetite with slow-smoked barbecue while watching the pigskin get tossed on one of the flat-screen TVs located throughout this southern style eatery owned by NFL players Jonathan Vilma, Jon Beason, and D.J. Williams. There are a few locations, but the Second Avenue locale is particularly festive. A TripAdvisor traveler commented, "Great atmosphere to watch the game and catch up with old friends." TripAdvisor users give it a 3.5 out of 5.

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