Five More Pigskin Parties for Super Bowl Sunday, Plus One for the Football Haters

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We've already brought you a six-pack of Super Bowl parties to check out this Sunday, but the football fun just keeps on coming. Whether you want to see the Seahawks and Patriots battle it out, watch cheerleaders do their thing, or just enjoy a quiet dinner, these Denver Super Bowl events have you covered.

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If your party beer tastes tend toward IPA rather than PBR, Denver Beer Co. might have the Super Bowl party for you. At the brewery's Canworks production facility, the local brewery is offering unlimited beers starting from kickoff to the end of the game, along with a plate of wings, for $25. You can snag your tickets here.

Candlelight Tavern on Pearl is having a Bud Light-sponsored party this Sunday, with tons of drink and food specials like $3 burgers and $15 Coors Light buckets. The Budweiser girls will be putting on a show during halftime and giving away tons of Bud and other prizes.

Why just watch when you can play? Lucky Strike Lanes is promoting that other great American sport, bowling, with a day of Super Bowl specials. Enjoy $1 shoe rentals, $3 bowling games, $3 Fireball shots, a $4 Bloody Mary bar and $8 Mimosa carafes.

Richard Sandoval's twin Mexican fusion eateries Zengo and La Biblioteca are each having classy football bashes. Take in the famous bottomless brunch at either location with free-flowing cocktails (like guava mimosas and a Bloody Mary bar) and small plates as the game gets underway. $35 a person, call 720-904-0965 for reservations.

Head to Randolph's where, during game-time only, $25 ($12.50 for kids) will get you a choice of bottomless Super Bowl baskets, a seven-layer-dip bar, wings with three selections of sauce, or bottomless French fries. Grab $2 draft beers, $6 house wines, and $4 cocktails. There will also be specials on burgers, flatbreads, bratwurst, ribs and more. The game will be shown on the restaurant's two TVs, with an additional 50-inch screen for better viewing.

And finally, if you're tired of football madness and Buffalo wings, neighborhood favorite Duo Restaurant is offering an hearty three-course dinner filled with classic dishes for $49 -- without a TV in sight. To get your reservation, call 303-477-4141 or use Open Table.

How are you spending Super Bowl Sunday this year? And who do you think should clinch the trophy -- if anyone? And if you know of more super Super Bowl events around town, share the information in our comment section below.

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