City Buzz: Top 5 places to watch the Super Bowl in Leeds

Mojo on Merrion Street, Leeds. Pic: Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Mojo on Merrion Street, Leeds. Pic: Jonathan Gawthorpe.
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It’s that time of year again – the Super Bowl is back.

Here are our top five places to watch the late-night game in Leeds.

THE BROTHERHOOD

Catch the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos on one of the bar’s several screens from 11.30pm on Sunday, February 7.

THE PIT

Book an exclusive area for you and your mates and add a pre-stocked drinks fridge and sharing platters to keep you going through the night.

MOJO

With a late licence to play the whole game, plus drinks and competitions from sponsor Jim Beam, it’s the place to be.

Food will be served until late.

SHOOTERS

You’re guaranteed a good view thanks to the bar’s three-metre wide HD screen.

Grab some American-inspired grub while you’re there, too.

NORTH BAR

Surround yourself with good beer at North Bar.

The venue is charging £5 a ticket, which includes a free pint and a hot dog to kick things off.

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