Super Bowl Monday isn’t a national holiday YET, but everyone knows the American lifestyle circles this biggest of football games. NorthDelaWHEREHappening has put its “backfield in motion” to find you fun spots to watch the Big Game on Sunday, February 7th plus the Best Ads previews. Super Bowl Fever is one illness NDH feels you should catch!
Here are some Super local HAPPENING spots to watch the game
NFL’s biggest game: At 6:30 PM ET on CBS, the Denver Broncos will take on the Carolina Panthers at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. Get ready for game day with North DelaWHERE Happening’s 2016 Super Bowl Guide:
Watch the Big Game on the Big Screen at Theatre N!
Downtown Wilmington’s Theatre N is once again hosting a Super Bowl viewing party where the game is put up on the big movie screen. For only $10 you can enjoy football and a hoagie buffet. A cash bar is available, as well. RSVP is requested so get to it! More information and registration can be found at Theatre N.
Cafe Riviera’s 20th Annual Super Bowl Party & Buffet
Come watch the Super Bowl at Cafe Riviera in the Concord Mall. Enjoy their famous buffet and awesome drink specials. Reservations are required so call (302)478-8288 to hold your spot for the Big Game. For more information, visit the Super Bowl Party website or the Cafe Riviera homepage.
Delaware Single Boomers Super Bowl Party
Every year, the Delaware Single Boomers pile into Ruby Tuesday’s bar in Pike Creek for its own Super Bowl party. This party usually draws 50-55 people! Appetizers are provided by the venue and drink specials abound. Are you single with a birth year between 1940-1965? If so, this may be the ultimate football party for you. For more information on the party, please visit the Delaware Single Boomers.
The Ultimate Super Bowl Combo at Ernest & Scott (and Chelsea Tavern)
Ernest & Scott Taproom is ready to welcome you to its Super Bowl 50 Party! From 4 p.m. to close, there will be an all-you-can-eat football buffet of tacos, pretzels, chili dogs, wings, and more! There will also be an open bar from 6-10 p.m. to wash down the food and cheer on the teams. All of this costs only $50 — but you can save 10% if you bring your Sunday brunch receipt from Chelsea Tavern. How’s that for a super hand-off!? For information, please visit Ernest & Scott (or Chelsea Tavern).
Mexican Post Super Bowl Fiesta
The Mexican Post in Wilmington is offering Super Bowl 50 specials for you and your amigos. There will be 1/2-price nachos and wings at the bar plus drink specials. Why not take the Great American Game over the border to Mexico? Ole! For more information, please visit the Mexican Post.
Pig Roast at Stewart’s Brewing Company
Stewart’s is brewing up a Super Bowl 50 feast in the form of an all-you-can-eat pig roast! Wash down that freshly cooked pork with some favorite Stewart’s beers. There’s also a carry-out special for the Big Game — $3 off wings when you purchase a growler of beer. The pig roast runs from 3-halftime and costs $19 per person. Please visit Stewart’s Brewing Company for more information on the event.
The Super Bowl Party at Grain
Bring your Super Bowl party to Grain Craft Bar + Kitchen on Main Street Newark. $20 gets you all you can eat mac-n-chese bar, wings galore, mini-Cheesesteaks, amd more! The full menu will also be available if you so choose. Get your wristbands now at Grain on Main.
Sheridan Car Give Away at Stanley’s Tavern
Sheridan Auto Group is having a Car Give Away at the venerable Stanley’s Tavern at haftime of Super Bowl 50. The winner will receive a 2-year lease on a Nissan Altima or Ford Escape. The finalists are drawn from Fan Club Members. The winner must be 21, be present at the drawing, have insurance, and qualify for the lease. Of course, Stanley’s is the ultimate Brandywine Hundred sports bar, so come and watch the Big Game! Contact Stanley’s Tavern for more information.
Make sure you’re at a Famous Tavern for Super Bowl Sunday because each Famous Tavern is giving away a 48″ flat screen TV! Throw in $2 Jim Beam Apple plus $3 Bud and Bud Light 16-ounce aluminum bottles to make it a festive event. Don’t forget that none of the nine(9) Famous Taverns provide in-house food, but that allows you to cater your own Super Bowl Party on the premises…It’s BYO Food! For more information, please visit the Famous Taverns website. Famous Taverns include Buck’s, Jack’s, Jim’s, Joe’s, John’s (new!), Mike’s, Pat’s, Tim’s, and Tom’s.
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