The big game is here once again and this year our great city of Atlanta has a major stake in the game. That’s right, our Atlanta Falcons are Super Bowl LI bound to face the the Super Bowl veterans New England Patriots and their (in)famous quarterback and coach -- neither of which will be named directly in this blog. Consider it a “He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named” sort of thing.
All joking aside, it’s pretty cool to see the Falcons in the Super Bowl and we bet that you’re excited about it -- whether you care about the game or not. But, the beauty of the Super Bowl is you don’t have to care about the game to have a great time! And as newlyweds, we bet that you’re planning a great time.
Well, we have some thoughts on what you should do as to celebrate the ATL’s spot in the Super Bowl. Enter a few Super Bowl party ideas for newlyweds.
Now, you may be thinking: “What does being a newlywed have anything to do with throwing a Super Bowl party?” Good question. The answer: it doesn’t, but we’re just excited you have a lifelong partner-in-crime to enjoy these moments with!
Invite a few close friends over and enjoy a VIP view of the game. This may not be the “sexiest” way to watch the Super Bowl, but there’s a reason why it’s a classic. There is no pressure in this scenario and you can watch as much (or as little of the game) as you’d like without having to worry about getting a beer from the bar or waiting in line for the bathroom.
Also, you have a front seat to the year’s best game. That, coupled with great friends, tailgating food, and a stocked cooler, and you have yourself a party.
Peace Up, A-Town Down
ATL is bound to be a party on Sunday, so you can bet that there is plenty to get into and even more places to watch the game. We’d be surprised if there’s one TV in the city tuned into something else. The Falcons in the Super Bowl has been a bit of an anomaly in past years, so the energy in local watering holes is bound to be off the charts.
So, if you’re into large, rowdy crowds, grab your significant other, get to the bar early and embrace Atlanta’s second Super Bowl appearance with the rest of the city.
Ok, this plan may be a bit far-fetched, but hear us out. If you can afford it, why not take a flight to Austin (Houston flights are tough to find) with your new spouse, rent a car, drive down to Houston and find some other ATLiens to share in an awesome tailgate with?
Here’s the catch, it may be hard to find a hotel, so you may need to get on a flight during the game (you can stream the game while in the air) and land just in time for the party!
Yes, odds are this choice is out of the running, but it’s fun to dream a bit.
From all of us at Nice Entertainment, Rise Up!
(Sorry Patriots fans, we still love you.)