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Where to watch the Super Bowl in Austin if you're a die-hard Chiefs or 49ers fan: See map

Beck Andrew Salgado
Austin American-Statesman

Finding the perfect place to watch the Super Bowl can be a challenge, and given that 鈥 yet again 鈥 the state of Texas will not be represented in the Super Bowl, it could be even harder to find a bar full of fellow fans if you are rooting for one of the teams in the NFL's finale.聽

However, it is not impossible, and in Austin there are a handful of watch parties and bars that are designed to welcome fans of particular teams. Here are five bars that are perfect if you are a San Francisco 49ers or Kansas City Chiefs fan.

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KungFu Saloon - Chiefs

is bound to be the site of one of the biggest watch parties for Kansas City Chiefs fans hoping to enjoy the game in Austin. The bar is located 715 W. 6th St. and festivities will start at 4:30 p.m. 鈥 an hour before the game.

The event has been sponsored by multiple Chiefs fan groups, including There is no fee for entry but it is recommended that you arrive with plenty of time ahead of kickoff to avoid getting stuck in line.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, right, and tight end Travis Kelce celebrate with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Eagles during Super Bowl 57 in 2023.

Little Woodrows Burnet - 49ers

During the 49ers playoff run, billed itself as the headquarters for 49ers gameday. Naturally, now that the Niners are in the Super Bowl, the bar is sticking to its guns and hosting a watch party.

Little Woodrows has plenty of experience throwing watch parties for events like Texas games and playoff football, so this is sure to be a solid bet for an enjoyable Super Bowl get-together. Entry for this bar will be free, but it could fill up quickly so it is recommended to show up early.

(Left to right) San Francisco 49ers linebacker Fred Warner (54), quarterback Brock Purdy (13), offensive tackle Trent Williams (71), running back Christian McCaffrey (23), wide receiver Deebo Samuel (19), and tight end George Kittle (85) celebrate after winning the NFC Championship football game against the Detroit Lions at Levi's Stadium.

The Tavern - Chiefs

has not only hosted watch parties for each of the Chiefs' playoff games, but it has also hosted watch parties for many of their regular season games. With a known reputation as a Chiefs bar, the establishment will also host a Super Bowl party.

The bar is set to open at 11 a.m. and will not require a cover or reservation to get in.

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift walk together after an AFC Championship NFL football game between the Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot - 49ers

is one of the biggest fan groups for the Bay Area team in Austin, and the group will be hosting its Super Bowl watch party at . The bar is located at 701 W 6th St and is expected to have a capacity crowd.

According to a post by the group, previous watch parties have filled up quickly, with some fans showing up five hours early. There is no cover for this 21+-only event and it will work on a first come first serve basis.

Brock Purdy of the San Francisco 49ers passes in the fourth quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs at Levi's Stadium in 2022.

Wingzup - Chiefs or 49ers

If you are a grieving Cowboys or Texans fan who is simply looking for a place to watch the game, and eat great wings, look no further than . The wing bar was recently voted best wings in Austin by Statesman readers.

The bar also contains a multitude of TVs and can accommodate large groups if you are looking for a place to eat on gameday.

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Beck Andrew Salgado covers trending topics in the Austin business ecosystem for the American-Statesman. To share additional tips or insights with Salgado, email Bsalgado@gannett.com.