The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champions! We’ve rounded up plenty of ways you can savor our victory as Super Bowl Champs even if you’re not headed to downtown Kansas City for the parade.
The Chiefs Kingdom Champions Celebration is set for Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 11:30 a.m. See more details here.
If you’re looking for other options, especially those of the free and cheap variety, we have you covered.
Here is a list of places in Kansas City offering FREE parade watch parties, freebies and deals in recognition of the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl. Follow the links and read carefully to make sure you understand the details of the event or individual offer, including what days they are valid. We’ll add more as we find them.
KC Chiefs Parade Watch Parties, Victory Freebies and Deals
3Halves Brewing Co.: Join this Liberty-based brewery for a parade watch party on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Doors open at 11 a.m. and, besides staying warm, you can enjoy $1 off all beers.
BIBIBOP Asian Grill: Get a FREE bowl from any location on Sunday, Feb. 9.
BRGR: Have a cheeseburger for FREE at any BRGR location in Kansas City when you dine in on Monday, Feb. 3.
Bridge Space: Meeting, networking and co-working space Bridge Space in Lee’s Summit is hosting a FREE parade watch party and tailgating lunch at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Wear your Chiefs gear and bring your favorite tailgate food to share.
Chappell’s Restaurant and Sports Museum: Keep on celebrating at Chappell’s on Wednesday, Feb. 5 after the KC Champions Parade and Rally. See all the KC Chiefs memorabilia on display and score happy hours specials from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Chicken N Pickle Kansas City: Doors open at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5 so you can enjoy brunch, drink specials, giveaways ad the parade for our Super Bowl champions.
Cinder Block Brewery: The taproom in downtown North Kansas City is opening at 1 p.m. Get $3 Northtown Natives available all day during Cinder Block’s post-parade celebration on Wednesday, Feb. 5.
Hardee’s: On Monday, Feb. 3, Hardee’s has a deal where you can score a FREE item from there all-day Beyond Meat menu.
J. Rieger & Co.: There’s a FREE post-parade party at J. Rieger & Co. starting at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The fun includes food and drink specials and the chance to sign their “Super Barrel” of Rye Whiskey that they plan to age for 10 years or until the Chiefs win another Super Bowl, whatever comes first.
Jerry’s Bait Shop: It’s a great day to be a Chiefs fan. Celebrate at Jerry’s in Lenexa on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Doors open at 10 a.m. for drink specials 50% off wings (while supplies last) and, of course, parade watching.
Kansas City Zoo: The Kansas City Zoo is a Park and Ride shuttle destination for the Wednesday, Feb. 5 Chiefs Kingdom Champions Parade. But if you aren’t planning to go downtown to the parade and rally, you can watch the excitement at the Zoo, including an indoor option in its auditorium. The parade will be streaming live at the zoo. The Mane parking lot directly in front of the zoo will be blocked off exclusively for zoo guests. Those wearing Chiefs apparel or red will also receive $3 off regular zoo admission.
KC Live Block: The center of the Power & Light District will be alive all day Wednesday, Feb. 5 with the parade broadcast live on every screen, DJs and live music. This is a FREE, all ages event. Many Power & Light venues are opening early including:
7 a.m. Openings
- McFadden’s Kc
- Pizza Bar KC
- Guy Fieri’s Dive & Taco Joint
- Leinenkugel’s KC
- No Other Pub
- Flying Saucer Kansas City
- Johnny’s Tavern
8 a.m. Openings
- The Dubliner KC
9 a.m. Openings
- Shark Bar KC
- PBR Big Sky
10 a.m. Openings
- County Road Ice House
Knuckleheads Saloon: There’s a FREE M80s dance party at Knuckleheads Saloon at on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The bar opens at 5 p.m. with music to follow shortly afterward.
Limitless Brewing: This Lenexa brewery will have both its TVs on for a FREE family-friendly parade watch party on Wednesday, Feb. 5. They open at 11 a.m.
Maloney’s Bar: If you’re in downtown Overland Park instead of downtown Kansas City on Wednesday, Feb. 5 you can stop by Maloney’s for a Parade Watch Party. Their doors open at 10:30 a.m. so you can grab a spot. Specials for that day include:
- Spicy chicken sandwich – $8.95
- Smoked pulled pork – $8.95
- BBQ Quesadilla – $8.50
- Drinks: $3 domestic bottles, $4 premium domestic and import beers and $5 craft beers
Minsky’s Pizza: Save $4 on a dozen or six pack of Minksy’s jumbo wings. That’s a cost of $19.99 for 12 and $9.99 for six. The offer is good through Sunday, Feb. 9. While supplies last you can also get the famous Kelceroni (the Travis Kelce favorite with pepperoni, soppressata salami on a brushed garlic crust and topped with mozzarella cheese and charred pepperoni). Minsky’s will make a donation to Eighty-Seven & Running, Travis Kelce’s foundation to benefit Operation Breakthrough, for each Kelceroni purchased.
The Other Place: The downtown Overland Park location is offering $3 special Bud Light bottles all day on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Grab a few and watch the parade. They’ll also have lunch specials starting at 11 a.m.
Paradise Park: The Lee’s Summit entertainment complex opens at 9:30 a.m. so you can make memories and enjoy the KC Champions parade in comfort with 15+ TVs. FREE red and yellow balloons will be given out while supplies last. Curb your hunger with a $10 Super Bowl Sundae with enough ice cream to treat up to four people.
Parlor: Located three blocks off the parade route, Parlor will open at 8 a.m. with a wake-up drink menu, a live DJ at 9 a.m. and the parade and rally showing on all their TV sets.
The Roasterie Coffee: Get a taste of victory with The Roasterie’s limited-time KC Victory blend. A 12 ounce bag is $15 and can be ordered online picked up at any Roasterie Cafe location.
Torn Label Brewing Company: There’s a lot of celebrating to do in KC. Torn Label is opening its taproom early at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5. They’re close to the parade route so if you feel adventurous, you can step out for the parade or victory rally. Pizza by the slice will be available in the afternoon.
Union Station: The championship banner is up outside Union Station and there’s a new photo op inside. It’s FREE to stop by and take a photo. The building will close at 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4 so be in line by 9 p.m. for any photos you want to take that day. The building and all attractions at Union Station will be closed to the public on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Everything goes back to the normal schedule on Thursday, Feb. 6.