Unless you live under a rock you've probably noticed the immense mini-city setting up on the Embarcadero. It's all part of Super Bowl City, the destination for fans, tourists and locals alike to dive into the hubbub of the game in the week leading up to the big event on February 7.
Our friends over at Curbed SF have put together a handy guide of the 10 things you need to know about Super Bowl City, including information on how to navigate it and exactly what kind of nightmare traffic will result from it. Put together by the Super Bowl Host Committee, it's a giant "fan village" designed "to showcase all that's great about the Bay Area, including art, culture, food, and drink." It's going to be a cluster of gigantic proportions.
That said, this is San Francisco after all. As such, there will be higher quality dining than one might typically expect at this type of event. Here is the list of vendors and some of the menu items that hungry football people will find at Super Bowl City.
Super Bowl City will be up and running starting Saturday, January 30. Here's the full schedule for the event, which is free to the public:
Saturday, January 30: 11AM - 10PM
Sunday, January 31: 11AM - 9PM
Monday, February 1: 11AM - 9PM
Tuesday, February 2: 11AM - 9PM
Wednesday, February 3: 11AM - 9PM
Thursday, February 4: 11AM - 9PM
Friday, February 5: 11AM - 10PM
Saturday, February 6: 11AM - 10PM
Super Bowl Sunday (February 7): 11AM - 3PM