Super Bowl LIV, or Super Bowl 54, or Super Bowl 2020: it matters little. It’s Kansas versus San Francisco. It’s Chiefs vs 49ers. On 2 February 2020, the Super Bowl, a.k.a. America’s greatest sporting event is back, and along with it will come the usual American football fanfare, half time adverts, half time performances, and half time tweets. Food is high on the agenda of even the casual Super Bowl-observer, so London’s restaurants, pubs, and bars have signed up to the task of catering well into Monday’s early hours as they show the NFL game. Super Bowl 2020 is an excuse for a food-fuelled night out with friends who don’t care about field goals, downs, and touchdowns as much as it is ripe for analysis of what goes on on the field between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.
Note: Tickets often required, so checking with venues and booking beforehand essential.Read More