With Super Bowl LII coming up this Saturday, I wanted to find out where Patriots Nation thinks is that best place to watch the big game.
I took my search to Twitter, Instagram and around the office. So here’s what I came up with.
On Instagram we got a few people who like to watch at home on the couch or at a friend's house. Then we got a few local spots that fans like to hang at like Jake N' Joe's - Norwood and The Punk & Poet in Southie. And someone said, "with Zo in the booth," which definitely the BEST seat in house, but unfortunately for them, it's reserved for the one and only Bob Socci.
Patriots Nation On Twitter:
— Christopher Murray (@coverme77) February 1, 2018
— Flanny (@Flandizzle) February 1, 2018
— Dan (@Dfairs5) February 1, 2018
At home with my die-hard Patriots family members & friends!???????? Go PATS
— Patricia L Skiles (@pls2016) February 1, 2018
Around The Sports Hub:
James Stewart: "My Couch."
Billy Lanni: "On my couch, in my underwear."
Bird: "At a local bar with friends and Patriots Nation, so we can go bananas together."
"Intern" Nick: "At a friend's house or at some local bar."
Mike Lockhart: "Home, no distractions."
Sean Sylver: "My couch with a fire going and some chili in the crock pot. Or if I'm heading out, it's either The Fours and McGreevy's in Boston. For South of Boston it's either Union Brewhouse in Weymouth or Hancock Tavern in Quincy. And of course for North of the city, it's the Kowloon."
Mike "Sarge" Riley": "Kowloon, of course."
Matt McCarthy: "My basement, alone. Nobody needs to see the ugly side of my personality that comes out during Patriots games."
If you're looking to get out of the house for the big game on Sunday, we'd love it if you'd join us at one of two locations for a Sports Hub Big Game Party.
The "Bud Light Super Bowl Pre-Game Party" is happening at Jake 'N Joe's - Norwood from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
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-- By John 'The Dude' Hardiman, 985TheSportsHub.com