The icon beneath the iconic bridge has established a strong Super Bowl tradition in recent years and opens at 9 am for this year's event. Frozen margaritas, buckets of Bud and a build-your-own-hot dog station are among the draw cards.
The Glen Hotel
Indulge in the action in the air-conditioned comfort of Glen's Marquee Room. A four-hour food and beverage package runs from 9 am to 1 pm and includes house beer and wine, as well as a range of American-themed dishes.
Regarded as the HQ of sports bars for many, The Sporting Globe opens its doors at 8 am and offers a range of packages to suit your budget. Definitely worth checking out the website to discover which best suits you.
The Toowong institution offers a no-bookings required, informal celebration beginning at a ridiculous 6:30 am. American favourites dominate the menu including a $15 Philly Cheese Steak Roll and a kilo of chicken wings for $20.
Enjoy the match live and loud across the venerable venue's live screens. A four-hour inclusive package begins at 10 am and includes beers and American-style grazing boards.
Perfect for those looking for a slightly more premium option and maybe a post-game punt. At $201, the four-hour package is not cheap but does include a range of drinks (think JD and Cola) and an American feast platter.
The Consort has gone all out this year with a range of packages and events to encourage the Super Bowl spirit. Coors cheerleaders, a dunk tank and an all-American buffet menu look standouts in what could be Brisbane's best Super Bowl party of 2023.
Billed as the place to Supersize your Monday - is there nothing more American than excess - tables are available for bookings from 8 am. Cheerleaders and a hot-wing eating challenge promise to elevate the experience.