Super Bowl Dining Deals in Phoenix 2019

Super Bowl Sunday is 10 percent about football and 90 percent about nachos and beer, right? Right. These Valley dining destinations are offering great deals and catering options for a mighty tasty game day (Feb. 3).

Taqueria Centro at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia is dishing up a special game day menu with wings, carne asada nachos, street corn off the cob, a variety of tacos, buckets of beer starting at $20 and more.

Roaring Fork and Salty Sow will offer a “Dinner on Us” promotion (buy one entrée, get the second one free) on Super Bowl Sunday.

Both Half Moon Sports Grill locations are your Super Bowl LIII party headquarters. Dig into the Three Olives “Meat Mary”–a Bloody Mary with a Benny’s Original Meat Straw and a salted rim–for $7. Other drink specials include $3.50 Coors Light drafts, $4 Dos XX drafts, $4 Jack Daniels Whiskey, $12 mimosa bottles and $3 Fireball shots. At Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill (Highland), football fans can order the restaurant’s signature 16-in. 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. At Half Moon Sports Grill (Greenway), guests can order any two starters for just $15. 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 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery in Scottsdale will offer $.53 wings, growlers priced at $5 (regularly $9), and a growler fill with your choice of Arizona-brewed beer for $5.30 (regularly $11).

Kelly’s at SouthBridge in Old Town Scottsdale is hosting its annual Super Bowl watch party. Revelers can enjoy football-themed menu items and appetizer specials (like $5 pretzels and $7 nachos) while checking out the game on a a 10-ft.-by-10.-ft outdoor mega screen.

To make entertaining easy, Bobby Q’s Big Game Special (take-out only) features two of Bobby Q’s most popular slow-smoked meats (brisket and pulled pork), along with buns and BBQ sauce, all for $40 (makes six sandwiches). Orders must be placed on Sunday, Feb. 3 (the game starts at 4:30 p.m.)

All five of the Vig Restaurant locations will be offering 15 percent off the entire tab after 4 p.m. Super Bowl Sunday.

Padre Murphy’s will be celebrating Super Bowl Sunday with a live telecast of the big game on  100-plus TVs, a live broadcast with The Rooster on NBC Sports Radio 1060AM and prize giveaways every quarter, including two 12th-row center court Phoenix Suns tickets, passes to Padre Murphy’s 26th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Party, a $100 Padre Murphy’s happy hour party, a 50-wing platter, T-shirts, glasses and more. There will also be food and drink specials galore. For those hosting their own Super Bowl party, Padre Murphy’s is offering party platters to-go, including 50 wings for $39.99, the Godfather platter for $35.99 and a prime rib slider platter for $35.99. Orders must be placed no later than 24 hours in advance.

Let Sauce Pizza and Wine cater the big game, and you could win a $200 Sauce Pizza and Wine gift card! There are several packages that make ordering easy–or you can pick and choose a custom option from a selection of salads, pastas, soups, sides and desserts. From now until Feb. 3, you have a chance to win a $200 Sauce gift card by placing and receiving a Sauce catering pack. 

Dave and Buster’s at Tempe Marketplace is the place to be for the big game with massive HDTVs with stadium sound that surrounds you from every direction. On Feb. 3, guests will be treated to unlimited wings and video game play for $19.99 per person. Also, Dave & Buster’s has several packages available for guests that include seating in the VIP Sports Lounge, a buffet, drink tickets, Power Cards and unlimited video game play. More information on the packages and tickets can be purchased at dbtempe-biggame.eventbrite.com or guests can contact the Events Team at Tempe_Rep@daveandbusters.com

With close to 100 large screen TVs, extensive drink lists and a huge menu, Twin Peaks is hosting a Super Bowl party. Special large shareable plates will be available–wings, the hunter’s meat & cheese board, The Double Peaks sampler and more. In addition to the food specials, buckets of beer will be on special: five mix and match beers for $20, $5 margaritas and the famous 29-degree Twin Peaks draft beer. Every Super Bowl Sunday attendee and to-go order filled will receive a bounce back ticket. This offer will be valid for a free chips and queso Monday through Friday following the super bowl with purchase of a salad, sandwich or entrée.

Thirsty Lion will offer happy hour specials during the game which include $4.95 well drinks, house wine and margarita and $1 off all draft pints. Plus a large selection of appetizers are only $4.95, $5.95 or $6.95.

Uptown Alley will be serving 75-cent wings all day for the big game. Plus, for guests who are watching at home, the venue is offering a large one-topping pizza and 20 wings for $24 or two large one-topping pizza for $24. (This is a to-go option.) Uptown Alley boasts a 10-foot projector that is flanked by large screen TVs that will showcase the big game plus 40 bowling lanes, a two-story laser tag, arcade and a full-service bar. 

Watch the Patriots and Rams battle it out on the 27-ft. LED video wall in the Venue at Paz Cantina. Enjoy $3 bottled beers and mules, $4 draft beers, $5 margaritas and $12 “We Call It” beer buckets, plus carne asada, pollo asado, hamburgers and hotdogs on the grill. The party starts at 10 a.m. 

On Feb. 3, guests can enjoy an additional 10 percent off when they mention their catering order is for the Super Bowl at Fired Pie. 

All day on Feb. 3, Social Tap will also be offering food and drink specials including markdowns on Titos, Jack Daniels and Peroni beer. There will be a DJ all day, and fans can enjoy a special 6-ft.-by-5-ft. TV screen for viewing the big game. Additionally, the venue is running a $75 spend per person. Each person that comes in for the Super Bowl will be charged $75 individually, and they can use that to order as much discounted food and drinks as they would like throughout the day. 

On Feb. 3, BLK Live will offer $20 all-you-can-eat wings (buffalo, BBQ and naked), $4 domestic drafts, $5 import and craft drafts, and $4 fireball shots for the day. 

The Market by Jennifer’s Restaurant is offering tasty game-day catering. Orders can be made by calling 602.626.5050, and must be made by Friday, Feb. 1 for curbside pick-up on Sunday, Feb. 3 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Dishes include prime rib sliders, Southwest-style grilled sausage and peppers, crab dip with crostini, crudite and more.

Doughbird’s Game Day on The Fly deal is available for to-go orders only on Sundays until 5 p.m. through Feb. 3. This offer gets you one order of wings, one pizza and two sauces of your choice for $22. This bundle does not include any alcohol, but the Arcadia restaurant offers 20 percent off beer and bottles of wine to-go.

Looking to give your game-day eats a healthy makeover (think kale guac and grilled fish tacos)? On Super Bowl Sunday, True Food Kitchen will be offering 25 percent off on all to-go orders. 

Macayo’s Mexican Restaurants’ party platters can feed a crowd large and small. The Fiesta Platter serves eight to 10 guests and features Macayo’s Mini Favorites ($64.99). The small Taco Platter platter is $45.99 and serves five to seven guests, while the grande platter is $79.99, serves between 15 and 20 guests. Orders can be made by calling or stopping in to any Macayo’s Mexican Restaurant location Valleywide, with pick-up dates and times determined by customer request. Orders must be made 24 hours in advance of pick-up.

Ahipoki introduces the Super Poke Bowl, available at all 11 Arizona locations and priced at $24.99 for a limited time. Customers choose 10 scoops of fish and the deal features two scoops of avocado, two scoops of crab salad and double the toppings (customer choice), all over an extra-large base of rice. Ahipoki will be offering this Super Poke Bowl Jan. 28 to Feb. 3. 

Arcadia Tavern is celebrating Super Bowl Sunday by offering $15 domestic buckets (five beers available), $20 Coors Light buckets (eight beers), $3 domestic drafts, $5 Titos, a mimosa and Bloody Mary bar and $10 Casa Amigos margaritas. If you book your table in advance, you’ll receive a free appetizer on Super Bowl Sunday. 

24 Carrots Natural Café and Juice Bar offers its vegan Super Bowl Super Munchies menu, which is now available for pre-order. Options include eats like garlic-herb pretzel nuggets, slider pack with BBQ pulled jackfruit, a mega nosh board and more. Each item serves between four and six people; a Complete Package is available for $140. Orders can be made via email atbethechange@24Carrotscafe.com or by calling 480.753.4411 and must be received by Jan. 30. Pick up is on Feb. 3 between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Brat Haus’ take-out specials for at-home Super Bowl parties include sausage platters ($100) with hot brats, sweet brats, “haus” brats, custom buns, sauerkraut, pickled relish, mustard, and ketchup. Complete the Super Bowl party with sharable giant pretzels ($20) with beer cheese fondue and growlers of beer ($32 to $56).

Westgate Entertainment District’s Fat Tuesday, Bar Louie and McFadden’s are all offering tasty Super Bowl specials. At Fat Tuesday, enjoy half-off pizza, $20 beer buckets and $6 BBQ pork sandwich; at Bar Louie, starting at 3:30 p.m., diners can order $5 signature burgers, half-off bottles of wine and plenty of drink specials; and McFadden’s has $4 16-oz. aluminums and $25 buck and pizza mix-and-match deals all day.

At Varsity Tavern on Mill Avenue, sports fans can cheer on their team with food, drink, a DJ and prize specials until the game clock runs out and beyond. The crowd-worthy MVP Platter will feature a selection of the Tavern’s signature appetizers including Cheez-it Chicken Tenders, sliders, wings, ribs, regular and sweet potato fries; offered for dine-in at $40, the platter serves six guests. Bottle service will be available on a limited basis starting at $250; reservations are required for groups of six or more.

Match Restaurant and Lounge hosts the Drag Bowl, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The event, hosted by drag queen Barbra Seville, features pop-up performances by Barbra herself, a Madonna-inspired half-time show, Super Bowl game viewing at the bar, and food and beverage offers including all-day happy hour and drink specials throughout the night.

Moxy Tempe will be playing the Super Bowl on the big screen in the communal lobby and will offer $5 draft beers all day, beer buckets (five for $20 domestics, five for $25 crafts) and a $12 DIY nacho bar. 

Pizza lovers can get 25 percent off any purchase of $50 or more using discount code SUPER25 when they place their Super Bowl food orders online at giordanos.com for delivery or carryout from either Valley location (Paradise Valley or Peoria).  

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