Setting Up Your “Man Cave” for Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl 2011

With Super Bowl Sunday here having a “hang out” spot in your own home provides a place to watch the game and chill with family and friends. Whether you’re rooting for the Green Bay Packers or Pittsburg Steelers, these “man caves” scream “Super Bowl Sunday!”

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50s Diner Man Cave

What can be more awesome then watching the Super Bowl in a 50’s style diner “man cave?”. The 30 acre property, this garage turned private diner is located on, also has  an indoor pool, hot tub, theater and stage, billiards room, and library.

Atlanta Estate Man Cave

It feels like “the real deal” watching the Super Bowl in this 21-seat private theater (complete with ticket booths and concession stands). This humongous estate also has a bowling alley and arcade room.

Laguna Beach Man Cave

Three mounted, flat screen TVs and a comfortable, mahogany backed C couch make this contemporary home the ideal place to watch the Super Bowl.

Larry-the-Cable-Guy Man Cave

Comedy star “Larry the Cable Guy” built himself the ultimate “man cave”. His room is complete with a poker table, pool table, flat screen TV and bar.

Missouri Mansion Man Cave

This Missouri mansion has a hunter themed “man cave” with a wood-burning fireplace, pool table, poker table, and full wet bar.

Nautilus Island Estate Man Cave

The boat house in this Nautilus Island estate was converted into an old-time, tavern-style escape with a full kitchen, bar, stone fireplace, pool table, and more than enough room for all your friends to enjoy the big game.

New York Man Cave

Just outside the busy hub of the city the residents of this 21,000 square foot Georgian Manor enjoy watching the Super Bowl in this giant rec room with a movie theater-sized big screen that feels like you’re sitting at the game.

Sports Bar Man Cave

Made for watching the Super Bowl this sports bar “man cave” has typical bar tables and chairs, a pool table and — in a nod to the massive scoreboards found in many sports arenas — there is a drop-down bank of four TVs mounted from the ceiling, which offers a 360-degree view of the game.

Tudor Farms Man Cave

The resident of Tudor Farms don’t have to go far to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday. The 14,000 square feet of living space includes a cabin-like man cave with log columns, corner-mounted TV, pool table and a bar.

Woody Creek Man Cave

This “man cave” in Woody Creek has all the “must haves” for enjoying the Super Bowl game- a pool table, Foosball table, flat-screen TV and tons of seating.

Super Bowl Sunday 2011

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