Screen shot 2014-01-28 at 2.11.53 PMJust a few years ago, our neighborhood lacked severely in sports bars. Now we have several. Here are our picks for places to watch the Super Bowl in Oak Cliff.

Enjoy the game the way god and Ron Swanson intended, over a plate of elk sausage or a 12-ounce rib eye steak at Waldron Lodge, the Bishop Arts District restaurant that specializes in game meats. They have big screen TVs, and there is a horseshoe pit out back.

On a similar note, Lockhart Smokehouse always has the sound up on important games, plus meat and beer.

Pour House Dallas recently launched a new menu with lower prices. It’s a great place to watch a game because they have so many ginormous TVs. There’s not really a bad seat in the house, and if it’s cold out, their covered patio stays warm.

Oak Cliff Social Club offers specials every NFL Sunday, including $15 beer buckets. The party starts at 4 p.m., and they’ll have the game on the big screens with sound.

The Texas Theatre shows the big game on the big screen, plus drink specials. Admission is free.