Didn't get invited to a Super Bowl Party this year? Too lazy to host one of your own? Don't fear, here's 10 local places were you can enjoy the game!
6:30 p.m. ET
Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014
Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.
(OK, you're probably not going to make it to this one, but still.)
Watch the game on the big screen and party in the street with food and drink specials.
3rd annual Super Bowl party on the patio: $50 will get you a buffet and select drinks, which starts at 6 p.m. and ends at the two-minute warning.
All sorts of big game activities, including a silent auction, food specials, trivia, Bud and Miller Lite girls, plus the game on a 100-inch projection television.
Two downtown Orlando bars team up to make one stellar event with a $15 park your car and bucket of beer special and $2 Fireball shots for every touchdown.
Their Super bowl tailgate includes three separate options for food and drink, ranging from $25 for a pitcher of Bud Light and unlimited hot dogs and burgers to $50 for unlimited Bud Light, $3 calls and access to the full buffet.
For a delicious four-course meal, open bar for the first three quarters and a free T-shirt, $67 seems like a steal!
Super Bowl Bingo from 2-5 p.m. includes $3 calls, $4 premiums, $3 Fireball shots and 65-cent wings.
Just $20 to choose your seat eat a full order of any wings and drink a 20 oz. draft.
With tons of televisions, 5 for $15 buckets of beer and $3 mimosas, seems like an excellent choice to enjoy the final game of the year.
Find one of the 11 locations closest to you. With a well-rounded menu and decent beer selection, it's a great place to watch your team win (or lose!)
Know of a great place to catch the Super Bowl in Orlando? Tell us about it in the comments!
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