Where to Dine and Watch the Superbowl in Phoenix

Christina February 3, 2012 0

Join millions this Sunday, Feb. 5, and watch as the New York Giants slug it out with the New England Patriots in Indianapolis. Here are some favorite Valley eateries where you can relish on some good grub and enjoy the game:


SCOTTSDALE

Yard House
Grab a stack of sandwiches for the gang, including chicken and avocado, blue-crab-cake hoagie, roast-beef dip, roasted turkey melt and Mediterranean vegetables. Make reservations for parties of eight or more.
7014 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale. 480-675-9273. Other locations at yardhouse.com.

American Junkie
If you are jonesing for ribs, get your fix with an order of baby back ribs  served on white bread with pickles. Order a mesquite-fired pizza any way you like it – cheese, grilled chicken pesto, pepperoni, supreme and veggie. Be sure to be on the look out for game day games and prizes!
4363 N. 75th St., Scottsdale. 480-990-3000, americanjunkieaz.com.

Zipps and Goldie’s Neighborhood Sports Cafe
Catch the game on H.D. flat screen TVs while playing a game of pool or shuffleboard. Each Zipps location and Goldie’s in Scottsdale also offers the same delicious homemade menu and large selection of your favorite libations.
Visit zipps-sportscafe.com for locations across the Valley.
Goldie’s: 10135 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale, 480.451.6269, goldiessportscafe.net.

PHOENIX

Arcadia Tavern
Dine in with friends and share an order of Arcadia Fries smothered in a beef chili and topped with guacamole, sour cream and a roasted-pepper cheese sauce.  A drink special on game day serves up a bucket of five beers for $15.
4801 E. Indian School Road. 602-840-3950, arcadiatavern.com.

Gallagher’s
Dine in and choose from such items as loaded potatoes, soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers. If you’re looking for takeout, go for the wing varieties including teriyaki, honey barbecue, garlic, raspberry chipotle and bourbon glaze.
7575 N. 16th St. 602-997-0084. Other locations at gallaghersaz.com.
Majerle’s Sports Grill
Owned and operated by local sports legend Dan Majerle, watch the game and down a classic Majarle’s Slam Dunk Shrimp and other bar food favorites.
24 N. Second St. 602-253-0118. Other locations at majerles.com.

Where will you be watching the big game?

Photo: Super Bowl 2012 official Facebook page.

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