Instead of noshing on nachos at home, head to one of these Valley restaurants for a discounted feast (or grab a spread to go) while–or before–you catch the Super Bowl on Feb. 5.
Doors open at 10 a.m. as all locations of Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers celebrate Super Bowl Sunday with a slew of specials: beer buckets are buy six, save $6, or buy 12, save $12; $5 Fireball shots; and prizes and giveaways sponsored by Bud Light and Cold Beers.
Roaring Fork and Salty Sow will be offering their popular “Dinner On Us” (buy one entree, get one free) beginning at 4 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday. (Burger, pictured)
Stop by any of the three Thirsty Lion locations in Tempe, Scottsdale and Gilbert and enjoy happy hour from 3 p.m. until close. Thirsty Lion has a delicious happy hour menu that includes burgers, pizza, sushi, $1 off draft pints and $4.50 margaritas, well drinks and house wine.
Burger Theory will be offering mix and match beer buckets for $20 all day on Super Bowl Sunday. Burger Theory has nearly 30 different bottles of beer to choose from local stouts to domestic and imports. Mix and match your favorite beers and indulge in delicious burgers.
Stop by Kelly’s in Old Town Scottsdale on Sunday, Feb. 5, and enjoy all day happy hour. Kelly’s will be offering half price bruschetta, bottles of wine and Champagne, $4 drafts, well drinks & house wine and $4 off Kelly’s cocktails and starters.
Just in time for Super Bowl, Sauce Pizza & Wine’s brand new catering menu now features guest favorites. From the basic “Pizza Party” ($100, serves 10), which includes a Ceasar salad and six pizzas of your choice, to the more varied “Florence Party Pack” ($125, serves 10), that comes with a Ceasar salad, a mixed green salad, pasta with red sauce, a mozzarella, fontina and basil pizza, a pepperoni pizza and a portabello and artichoke pizza–there are several party packs that make ordering easy.
Phoenix Public Market Cafe offers both drop-and-go catering and curbside pick up that makes hosting an all-star Super Bowl party easier than ever. The Super Bowl catering package feeds 10 to 12 people and costs $112 for three courses of scratch-made, market-fresh food. Orders must be placed at least 48 hours in advance and will be available for pick up on Sunday, Feb. 5. Orders can be placed by emailing email@example.com. Pre-payment is required. Drop and go catering is also available with free delivery within five miles of the restaurant. Minimum order is $150.
RA Sushi is offering all-day happy hour on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 5. Also, ramping up to Super Bowl Sunday, from Jan. 30 to Feb. 5, RA Sushi will be offering $20 off a catering purchase of $100 or more.
In celebration of the nation’s most-viewed television event, Okra Cookhouse & Cocktails is making it easier than ever to enjoy their comforting Southern classics while catching all the action. The Tailgate Takeout package includes grilled wings with white BBQ sauce, house potato chips with smoked French onion dip, BBQ pulled pork with all the fixins’, fried chicken and more. The Tailgate Takeout package serves six and is $150. For dessert, whole pies are available to order to-go for $25. Flavors include buttermilk, sweet potato, apple, lemon chess, and chocolate pecan. Plus, top off your slices with house made buttermilk ice cream by purchasing quarts to go for $15. Orders must be placed by Thursday, Feb. 2 and can be picked up on Sunday, Feb. 5 between 1 and 3 p.m. Advanced purchase is required.
For those throwing a watch party at home, Bobby Q Great Steak & Real BBQ is offering a take-out special. For $38 plus tax, impress party guests with one pound of pulled BBQ pork, one pound of smoked beef brisket, six buns, and a 5-ounce bottle of regular barbecue sauce to top it all off. This offer is available at all Bobby Q locations.
Spinato’s is offering a stellar Super Bowl deal. For $100, enjoy four large one-topping pizzas, two feet of garlic bread and a family-size dinner or Caesar salad. This deal feeds 15 people.