Just a flick of a switch and down comes the screen. The big game is ready for viewing from the comfort of a lounge chair or the pool (next photo).
While those in Green Bay, Wisconsin, will likely be watching the game while downing some brats and beer, we here in Florida will be enjoying some fresh seafood and daiquiris.
Those living in Southern California can enjoy their football games while sipping wine on the patio. The thing is, a football game needs to be watched on a really big screen so you feel like you're in the huddle. So go as big as you can.
Which brings me to this. Why not turn the entire house into one big screen? Those monster Jumbotrons aren't just for the folks at the stadiums. You can turn football night in America into a neighborhood block party.
Better yet, put the bar outside next to the pool. There's nothing like taking a dip in the water during a break in the action. And a venue like this gives going to your favorite watering hole a whole new meaning.
Add a little heat for when the temperature dips, and you've got a great gathering spot where family and friends can watch the game no matter what the temperature. Make it a heated pool, and you'll have the best venue around.