Where are the Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in El Cerrito?

Tell us where you think people who like a crowd should watch the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII.

If you don't want to watch Super Bowl XLVII at home, here are some good places in El Cerrito to take in the action:

Elevation 66

Kensington Circus Pub


Romano's Macaroni Grill

Is there another bar or restaurant in El Cerrito that would be particularly good to watch the San Francisco 49ers go helmet to helmet with the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon? Or perhaps a place that doesn't center around food and drink?

Business owners, if you're running specials for people who watch the game at your venues Sunday, please share details in the comments.

Tell us where else in the East Bay people should go to enjoy the game with other fans and absorb some great atmosphere.

Also, just for fun, the National Football League site has a section that ranks the past 46 Super Bowls from worst game to best game. Tell us what you think were the best and most boring Super Bowls.

Susan January 29, 2013 at 06:37 PM
I know this isn't in El Cerrito, but frankly Brennan's in Berkeley is my favorite. They have multiple big screens, and if there's no room to sit somewhere people will make room for you. Very casual laid back group. I watched a lot of world series games there. It's always a blast.
John Stashik January 30, 2013 at 05:18 AM
Brennan's is great to watch trains too. A scanner, timetable, and a beer. Cannot beat it.
Scott McFadin January 30, 2013 at 01:59 PM
The Kensington Circus Pub just purchased, and installed, another 60" TV to increase viewing pleasure.
Amy Coty January 31, 2013 at 08:58 PM
Is Brannan's kid-friendly?


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