Are you heading to Houston to watch the Patriots play a historic game? Or maybe you are a Patriots fan just going for the excitement and energy of the experience? There is so much to do in and around Houston this week, we thought we would put together some things to check out.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCES
Stop by Super Bowl LIVE in downtown Houston. It is family friendly and features music, interactive exhibits, food and drinks.
The New England Patriots announced they are hosting a “Super Bowl Fan Rally” on February 4 from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. at Super Bowl LIVE. This event will feature special appearances by Patriots alumni, Pats cheerleaders and Pat Patriot himself. If you plan on attending, use Entry 3 on Caroline Street between Clay and Polk for the rally.
Feel free to head over to the NFL Experience Driven by Genesis for player autograph sessions, youth football clinics and interactive games. Bring your wallets, tickets are $25 for children and $35 for adults.
If money is no object,The Super Bowl Taste of the NFL is taking place on February 4 at the University of Houston. The cost is $700. On Sunday at 11 a.m., you may want to check out the NFL Alumni Official Game Day Brunch at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse for $500 a person.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOME MUSIC PARTIES
There are so many parties. Some are private and/or invitation only and some have a steep entry fee. Here are some of the main events happening on Friday, February 3. Bruno Mars at Club Nomadic with tickets starting at $245 and the Leather & Laces Party at Hughes Manor Campus with entry fees starting at $375.
On Saturday, February 4, you can head back to the Leather & Laces Party, check out Taylor Swift at Club Nomadic, head over to the Playboy Party at The Spire for $250 per person or work your way into the Glitz & Gridiron Party at the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum for a $30 admission fee.
The Houston Patriots Fan Club is hosting a Charity Rally Party at Diablo Loco on Richmond on February 4 from 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. Tickets are $10 and benefit Best Buddies & the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation. You can enjoy door prizes, games, contests, silent auction and a live taping of Comcast Sports Network New England.
For updates, check out The New England Patriots officially registered Houston Fan Club online at http://www.houstonpatsfans.com, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/HoustonPatsFans or on Twitter @HoustonPatsFans.
On game day, The Players Tailgate Houston 2017 begins at noon with tickets starting at $699.
DON’T HAVE GAME TICKETS? NO PROBLEM.
You can root for the Patriots at the Ultimate Big Game Watch Party at the Square at Memorial City Mall from 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. This watch party is free and family friendly.
Maybe you want to head over to the Ballroom @ Bayou Place for The Biggest Super Bowl Watch Party. This one is $25 to get in.
Houston’s own Patriots Fan Club is also hosting their official Super Bowl Watch Party at Diablo Loco Richmond on Sunday from noon to close. Come dressed in your favorite Pats gear for games, a live DJ, food, drinks and tons of Patriots fans cheering our team to #5!
WHERE TO EAT
According to Eater Houston, Beaver’s and Bernandine’s are two of Houston’s hottest restaurants. Beaver’s is casual dining and located on Westheimer Road in Houston and Bernadine’s is Gulf-Coast inspired dishes on Shepherd Drive.
According to Yelp, Kitchen 713 on Washington Avenue and Ritual on Studewood Street, both in Houston, are great choices if you are in into Southern, American, Soul Food.
Maybe you are looking for a steak. Look at Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse on Texas Avenue and Pappas Bros Steakhouse on Westheimer as both scored high according to Yelpers.
If you are in the mood for BBQ, check out Ray’s Real Pit BBQ Shack on Old Spanish Trail or The Brisket House on Woodway.
Your mouth may be watering for pizza, grab one at Luna Pizzeria on Kirby Drive or Luigi’s Pizzeria on Almeda or Hot Toppings Pizza on Westheimer.
Is a burger joint more your style? Try Stanton’s City Bites on Edwards Street and The Burger Joint on Montrose. Yelpers score them 4 out of 5 stars.
If you are looking to get your day started, eat at Snooze, an A.M. Eatery on Montrose, The Breakfast Klub on Travis and Baby Barnaby’s Cafe on Fairview. Those are the most popular breakfast restaurants with Yelpers.
Any other rallies, parties, get togethers, restaurant ideas or bars hosting Pats fans, let us know!!