Super Bowl Dining in Phoenix 2020

Whether you’re seeking a meaty spread for your guests or looking for killer deals while catching the game out of the house, here is where to dig in for Super Bowl 54 on Sunday, Feb. 2. (Read closely for chances to win free Super Bowl spreads!)

If you order catering from Miracle Mile Deli for 10 or more people for Super Bowl Sunday (think platters of hot BBQ pastrami, brisket, cocktail sandwiches and more), the restaurant will throw in a free cookie platter.

Focus on the game by letting Sauce cater your Super Bowl party this year. From now until Jan. 26, guests who sign up for Sauce Pizza & Wine’s E-Family will be automatically entered to win catering for the big game. The winner will be announced on Jan. 27 and receive a $200 Sauce gift card. Already part of Sauce’s E-Family? You’re already entered!

Leave the game day bites to Doughbird. On Feb. 2, guests can chow down on a pizza, an order of wings and two of Doughbird’s delicious sauces for just $22 (available for takeout and on DoorDash).

Dog Haus Biergarten SanTan Village is offering happy hour specials all day on Feb. 2. Happy hour specials include $2 off draft beer, $3 PBR 16-oz. cans, $2 well cocktails and food specials. For National Tater Tot Day (also Feb. 2!), guests will receive a free side of tots with the purchase of any Haus item.

Special large shareable plates will be available at Twin Peaks during Super Bowl, like 24 bone-in naked, bone-in breaded or boneless wings for $24. The Hunter’s meat and cheese board is another dish for sharing, available for $9.99. The Triple Play XL will be served for $12 which offers avocado smash, fire-roasted salsa, chipotle queso and tortilla chips. In addition to the food specials, buckets of beer will be on special (five mix and match beers for $20) along with $5 margaritas and the famous 29-degree Twin Peaks draft beer.

Thirsty Lion will offer social hour specials during the game which include $5.95 well drinks, house wine and margarita and $1 off all draft pints. Plus, a large selection of appetizers are only $5.95, $6.95 or $7.95.

Uptown Alley will be offering three dine-in or take-out deals for the big game. For $25, guests can choose among a single-topping 16-in. pizza and wings, two 16-in. single-topping pizzas or 50 traditional wings. These promotions are available from 3 to 10 p.m. on game day.

Root for the home team this Super Bowl Sunday at Morton’s the Steakhouse. From Friday, Jan. 30, to Sunday, Feb. 2, football fans can head to Morton’s for Power Hour (pictured) all-weekend long in the bar.

Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse helps Super Bowl hosts score big this season by offering 15 percent off all catering orders made prior to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 30. Catering options include Texas brisket, Carolina pork shoulder and much more.

Celebrate Super Bowl 54 at Scottsdale’s Roaring Fork restaurant. This evening only, the restaurant will be offering its popular “Dinner on Us” (buy one entree, get one free) beginning at 4 p.m. 

McFadden’s will offer $20 all-you-can-eat wings, a wing-eating contest at half time, a 50/50 raffles, $4 domestic draughts and more. 

The Lola offers up a Big Game Brunch with extended brunch hours, $10 bottomless mimosas all add and $4 pitchers of draught beer all day. 

The newly opened FLINT by Baltaire is offering an upscale all-you-can-eat package featuring pizzas and wings, in addition to its regular menu. The package includes one draught beer or a glass of house wine for $59 per person. 

In time for the biggest sporting event of the year, Ahipoki offers its version of the super (poke) bowl starting Monday, Jan. 27, through Sunday, Feb 2. This tremendous poke bowl features an extra-large helping of rice, 10 scoops of fish (protein), two scoops of avocado, two scoops of crab salad and double the bowl toppings for $24.99.

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