2012 Super Bowl Specials

Super Bowl Sunday is notorious for spawning hoards of hungry fans, and bars and restaurants are gearing up for the football feeding frenzy. This game day opportunity allows operators a unique vantage point, with many places charging for per-seat reservations and enticing customers with irresistible drink deals. Here’s a sampling of what’s in store.

Humperdinks Restaurant and Brewery
Dallas, TX
Featuring drink specials, and two new Super Bowl inspired menu items—the “Red, White, & Blue Patriot Burger” and the “NY Giants Pizzeria Burger,” each $9
El Taco
Atlanta, GA
Twenty Tacos of your choice, including Pork Carnitas, Red Chili Steak and Roasted Chicken with cilantro, cream, guacamole and fried jalapenos; $65

The Rye Bar & Grill
Rye, New York
An exclusive Super Bowl menu for in-house or take-out with items like Slider Burgers—12 for $30—and BBQ Ribs—20 for $40

O’Neill’s Pub & Restaurant
Norwalk, CT
It doesn’t get simpler than this: an open bar for $40 a head, dinner included, with entrees such as burgers, shepherd's pie, fish and chips and more.

Chicago Q
Chicago, IL
An entire Super Bowl BBQ To Go menu that offers items such as Kobe Brisket for$14.75 and Pulled Pork for $9.50

Tony’s Dart Away
Los Angeles, CA
Tony’s is giving vegan football lovers the chance to join in, offering vegan buffalo style hot “wings” with “818” valley ranch dressing and fresh tortilla chips and vegan five-layer dip.  Served with Super Bowl special-priced Golden Road Beer at $3.50 a glass

The Ranch Sports Grill
Ladera Ranch, Orange County, CA
For $25 a seat, fans cab reserve a spot and the money goes towards the total food and drink check. During the game, the restaurant announces shot specials whenever a team scores.


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