Where to Dine: Super Bowl Sunday

Whether you’re a Pats fan or an Eagles enthusiast (or you just like game-day grub), there are plenty of delicious ways to celebrate the Super Bowl on Feb. 4 around the Valley.

Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia offers several ways to take in the big game. Stop by Taqueria Centro to watch the Super Bowl on the nine-panel media wall while digging into game-day tailgate specials (think wings, Sonoran hot dogs, potato chip nachos and more). Plus, the resort offers up to 30 percent savings for a “Big Game stayover” if you want make a night of it. For the ultimate Super Bowl Sunday, host your own tailgate party in one of two luxury suites complete with multiple TV’s, plush seating, private outdoor spaces for lawn games and have a customized catered meal.

Red’s Bar & Grill at The Wigwam will be offering Party Platters as well as the popular Philly + Boston beer combo. Share one (or a few!) of the restaurants’s special party platters with friends and family, and enjoy happy hour drink specials. And, of course, the big game will be on!

All Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers locations will have beer bucket specials (buy six, save $6, buy 12 save $12), unlimited $1 mimosa refills, and a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar for $10 on Super Bowl Sunday.

Both Half Moon Sports Grill locations will serve as Super Bowl headquarters on Sunday, Feb. 4. Football fans can enjoy Half Moon Sports Grill’s spicy and delicious Bloody Tailgate for $6 and, at Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill at 2121 E. Highland Ave., football fans can order the restaurant’s signature 16-inch pizza featuring a butter and herb flavored cracker crust topped with Papa Moizo’s sweet red sauce, mozzarella and Asiago cheeses for only $10 (normally $14.99) (dine or take out) with $1 toppings, which are regularly $2 each anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 a.m. Plus, limited reservations are still available with a $25 food and beverage minimum per person. All reservations must be made 24 hours in advance. Seatings are at 2, 2:30 and 3 p.m.

Kelly’s at Southbridge will host a Sunday Funday to remember on Super Bowl Sunday. Kelly’s will serve $5 wings, $6 nachos, $7 jalapeno popper dip, $5 Absolut you-call-its and $16 domestic beer buckets. Guests can also make reservations to book private rooms to watch the game.

Uptown Alley in Surprise will serve all day happy hour. The happy hour menu includes $5 pulled pork potato skins, cheeseburger sliders and buffalo wings. Drink specials include half price domestic pints, well drinks and $3 house wine, chardonnay and cabernet. The bowling alley also has a 20-foot TV in the sports theater, will set up a projection of the game above bowling lanes and will also play the game on the more than 60 HDTV’s.

The Plaza Bar at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess–a top spot for great cocktails and people-watching –will add 26 televisions for a total 37 TV’s in time for the big game.

For Super Bowl Sunday, Fired Pie will be offering guests an additional 10 percent off catering packages for Super Bowl parties. Guest must give at least 24-hour notice. This offer is valid only for in-store pick-up. Not valid for third party delivery.

Give your heavy game-day grub a healthy makeover by catering from True Food Kitchen. The restaurant will be offering a special catering menu with Herb Hummus, Kale Guacamole, Shiitake Lettuce Cups and Game Day Crudites. Entrees include the Teriyaki Quinoa Bowl, Ancient Grains Bowl, Mediterranean Chicken Pita, and a Turkey Burger. (Various items are vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free.)

Sauce Pizza & Wines new catering menu features guest favorites in packages that appease every appetite. From the basic “Pizza Party” to the “Florence Party Pack,” there are several packages which make ordering easy – or you can pick and choose from a selection of salads, pastas, soups, sides, and desserts.

Doughbird is your one-stop shop for carry out on the big game day. Guests can now take advantage of 20 percent off on bottles of wine, and cans of beer are only $3 when ordering to-go.

Why not make your big game party extra super with Bobby Q’s Big Game Special? It features two of Bobby Q’s most popular slow-smoked meats (brisket and pulled pork) plus buns and BBQ sauce, all for only $40 (makes six sandwiches.) Orders must be placed on Sunday, Feb. 4 (the game starts at 4:30 p.m.)

Sonata’s Restaurant celebrates the most popular sports day of the year in style with a special all day happy hour offerings until close (10 p.m.) Beginning at 10 a.m., guests will enjoy all 16-oz. beers on tap for $3; selected wines by the glass for $5; liquors and all well cocktails for $5 in addition to classic and specialty cocktails for $6 to $7 each. Several happy hour food selections are also available. Guests can catch the game onsite at both the indoor and outdoor patios.

Arcadia Tavern is under new ownership and planning some great Super Bowl Sunday specials. The tavern will be offering $12 domestic buckets (five beers available), $3 domestic drafts and $5 large hot pretzel with cheese sauce.

The game day, The Market by Jennifer’s will offer free delivery within a 10-mile radius from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The menu is $35 per person and includes prime rib sliders, crab dip, housemade potato chips, crudite and much more.

Celebrate Super Bowl Roaring Fork and Salty Sow to enjoy a special “Dinner On Us” (buy one entree, get one free) beginning at 4 p.m.

On Super Bowl Sunday, Hop Social Tavern will not only be playing the big game on every TV, but will also be extending their happy hour from 3 p.m. to close on both of their patios and in the bar. The happy hour includes food ranging from $3.95 to $6.95 and drinks, including their 52 beers on tap, ranging from $4.50 to $4.95.

Padre Murphy’s will be hosting a Super Bowl LII viewing party. With 90-plus TV’s throughout the restaurant and bar, all playing the big game, fan will enjoy food and drinks specials and prize giveaways every quarter of the game, including passes to Padre Murphy’s 25th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Under the Big Top, center court Phoenix Suns tickets and more. For those hosting their own Super Bowl party, Padre Murphy’s is also preparing a 50-wing platter for $39.99, a Godfather platter (Italian sub sandwich, 20 pieces) for $35.99 and a platter of 12 prime rib sliders for $35.99. Orders can be placed by calling 602.547.9406.

Rack Scottsdale in Old Town invites locals to enjoy the intensity of the game, then stick around for a post-game party with prizes, a live DJ, and plenty of drinks to go around. Grab a special $4 Three Olives Vodka or $4 SoCo Limes from kickoff to the final whistle.

Celebrate Super Bowl Sunday at Jake’s Unlimited with the whole family as you tune into one of the new 50-plus 55-inch screens Jake’s offers, or take a seat at one of the new bars, which feature four 144-inch screens. Place your bets while you enjoy an endless buffet and soft drinks for just $10, or enjoy a Chef’s Tailgate-inspired buffet for an additional $25. If you’re just stopping in for a drink, an open well bar will be available between 5 and 7 p.m. for an additional $25. If you purchase tickets online, use promo code BIGGAME52 for a discount.

If you’re looking to kick off Super Bowl Sunday a little bit earlier in the weekend, Helio Basin Brewing Company is hosting a Super Bowl pre-party on Saturday, Feb. 3, hosted in part with Vienna Beef, with live music, games, and food. Tickets available here.

Join Miracle Mile Deli during the Big Game Weekend for “Souper Saturday & Sunday.”  Enjoy a cup of soup for just $1, or bowl of soup for $3, available all weekend long from Saturday, Feb. 3, through Sunday, Feb. 4. Guests can choose from a variety of Miracle Mile Deli’s homemade soups such as Matzo Ball Soup, Split Pea, Chicken Noodle and Vegetable.

The Bevvy will feature the Big Game on 30-plus big-screen TV’s and will be serving up specially-priced Patriots mule cocktails, New England Clam Chowda’, Bevvy burgers and more from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Plus, Bevvy will be unfurling a massive tent out on the sidewalk to create additional seating and mobile bars to keep the fun flowing all game long.  The event is free, but RSVPs are required (602.777.1757).

B² Burger and Brews in Chandler is dishing up great deals for Super Bowl. Enjoy happy hour specials all day (think $4 craft pints, $5 select apps and much more), raffle giveaways, 10 percent off all pre-ordered take out, $15 growler fills, $5 Bloody Mary bar and much more.

The Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen will host a Super Beer Party beginning at 3 p.m. Guests can reserve the seat of their choice (including a seat at the bar) for the Big Game by purchasing a $30 gift card anytime between now and Feb. 4. Reserved seats will be available 30 minutes before the start of the game and will be held through the end of the first quarter. The gift card can be used on any purchase at Central Kitchen. Attendees can choose between ordering from the brewpub’s regular menu or may order the five-course Super Beer Party, which includes you choice of house flavored popcorn, two Phoenix Ale Drafts, choice of Ale House Wings or Nachos, and your choice of the “Tailgater”–a half pound Ale House three meats burger topped with a fried egg and smoky remoulade–or any 10-inch signature Black Iron Pizza.

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