Super Bowl fever is spreading, and even though the Denver Broncos aren't in the game, local restaurants and bars are serving up plenty of opportunities to score with deals this Sunday, February 3. Here's a peak at the playbook, and feel free to pass off audibles in the comments section below:
The Tavern Hospitality Group is hosting Super Bowl parties at two of its locations: the Soiled Dove Underground and the Tavern Downtown. The parties kick off at 3:30 p.m. and include all-you-can-eat buffets and unlimited Bud & Bud Light drafts and well drinks.
The Soiled Dove Underground will also project the game on three massive movie screens, with tiered seating.
The cost for each party is $35 per person in advance and $40 at the door; check the website for more information.Frank's Kitchen, 2600 High Street, is currently taking orders for its takeout wing menu; here's the selection:
Teriyaki (mild) Spicy Teriyaki (medium) Buffalo (hot) Island Fire (hottest!)
1 dozen $7.95 2 dozen $15.50 3 dozen $22.95.
All orders include ranch dressing and veggie sticks.
Call 303-296-3838 to place an order.EDGE Restaurant & Bar, is broadcasting the game on its two flat-screen, high-definition televisions. And the restaurant is offering a dueling menu of crab specials inspired by the East and West coasts in honor of the match-up between San Francisco and Baltimore:
East Coast -- Crispy tempura soft-shell crab sandwich, served with Old Bay remoulade, pickle relish on a sesame bun with fries.
West Coast -- Dungeness crab ragout, served with sourdough boule, tomato, saffron aioli and fries.
Both dishes cost $16; call 303-389-3343 for reservations.
EDGE is also providing happy hour all day Sunday, featuring Prosecco, well drinks and house wines for $5, Coors Light draft for $3 and half-off select appetizers from the bar menu; visit the website for menu information.The Fainting Goat, 846 Broadway, is handing off drink specials all day, here's the rundown:
$2 Coors and Shiner drafts, $3.50 wells, $4 Powers whiskey and $5 Jägermeister
And from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the pub will offer $8 bottomless mimosas; call 303-945-2323 for more details.Mercury Cafe, on the other hand, is giving those who don't care about about the NFL the opportunity to unwind with a "football free" event today; call the restaurant/venue for more details.
For information on dozens of culinary events around town, visit our online Food & Drink listings -- and if you have information for a culinary event you'd like included in our online calendar, send it to email@example.com.
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