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The 3 Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl LVI in Lexington

Article written by Sylvia Scheuer

Here in Kentucky, there are no professional football teams (no, the Wildcats don’t count), which leaves many people supporting NFL teams all across the country. However, with Cincinnati being so close to Lexington, many Kentuckians find themselves being die hard Bengals fans. With the chance to win the first Super Bowl in the history of the Bengal’s program, you will find Kentucky natives chanting “Who Dey” and screaming Joe Burrow’s name all day long this coming Sunday. That being said, here are the top 3 restaurants in Lexington to watch the 56th annual Super Bowl.

Having opened in early 2021, LexLive is one of the nicest sports bars in all of Lexington. There are countless TV’s, bowling lanes, arcade games, and incredible food and drinks. Located right in the heart of the downtown area, this is going to be one of the most happening spots come this Sunday. LexLive is great for a night out with friends or family, and it is definitely worth the trip for this year’s Super Bowl. You better get there early - with live performances by "MIRAAGE" backed by a full band (Suzi Jakuzzi) and "Garage Lobotomy". this is going to be THE place to cheer on the Bengals.

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Banners is on the Buds favorite places to go whether watching the UK game, listening to a local band or hanging out with the BFF's. Well, tonight Banners is having a Banners & Bengals Super Bowl Watch Party Feat. Trivia & All-You-Can Eat Chili Dog Buffet. So I need to say more? Join Banners for this year's themed Bengals Super Bowl party to celebrate the the Bengal's amazing run. They will will have NFL trivia at 4pm, an all-you-can-eat chili dog buffet for just $8.95/person, and Bengals themed shots available all night!

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KSBar is the ultimate sports bar. It has tons of great food and drinks, but also has a casual atmosphere that makes it the perfect location to watch the game on Sunday. There are several different locally owned beer options along with an extensive list of appetizers and meals. It is going to be buzzing this Sunday with fans looking to have some fun and (hopefully) celebrate a Bengals win.

From $2 pints of domestic beer to $15 bottomless mimosas, go watch the biggest Bengals Super Bowl watch party in Lexington. WHO DEY!

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