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Twelve Best Spots for Eating, Drinking and Watching the Broncos Win the Super Bowl Sunday

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7. Tracks
Tracks has been holding its Big Gay Football Day parties every Sunday this season, and the Super Bowl party will be the biggest, gayest day yet. The party kicks off at 2 p.m, so there will be plenty of time for pre-gaming while taking advantage of the bar's drink and beer specials. During the game, guests can watch the action on a thirty-foot screen and celebrate with free shots for every touchdown. There will also be several food trucks on hand, as well as pre-order food packages available with reserved seating. For more information, check out tracksdenver.com

8. Govnr's Park Tavern
Govnr's Park is keeping the party going all day Sunday. Fans can arrive at 10 a.m. for bloodies, mimosas and brunch; NFL drink specials will start at noon, including $18 buckets of beer, $4.50 23-ounce draft beers, and $4 Jim Beam and Svedka drinks. Get there early to save your spot to watch the game. Check out all the game-day specials at govnrspark.com.   

9. Thirsty Lion Gastropub
Party with the pros at the Thirsty Lion on Sunday. You can rub elbows with former Broncos players, since the pub will host the Pro Players Association for a star-studded Super Bowl Party. The event kicks off at 2 p.m., when media celebrities from KUHS Final Take will stream a live, pre-game show featuring Denver Broncos alum Chris Brewer and Fred “Mr. Wall Street’ McHenry. Other sports and media celebrities planning to attend include former Broncos Haven Moses, Greg Boyd, Paul Howard, Mark Cooper and Larry Evans, and Race Central TV/radio Host Kurt Hansen. There will also be food and drink specials, as well as giveaways and a silent auction that benefits local food banks and the Pro Players Association. Admission is free; for more information, head to the event's Facebook page

10. The Soiled Dove Underground
Part of the Tavern Hospitality Group, the Soiled Dove has you covered with an all-inclusive Super Bowl party package. For $60, guests can dig into an all-you-can-eat buffet that includes wings, hot dogs, sliders and more, then wash it down with all-you-can-drink Bud, Bud Light and well drinks. There will also be free square pools available with winnings after every quarter; door prizes will be given throughout the game. The game will be shown on three six-foot movie screens, with tiered seating for prime viewing.Get your tickets in advance here, or pay $65 at the door. Doors open at 3:30 p.m.  

11. West End Tavern 
Up in Boulder, the West End Tavern will be keeping Pearl Street hopping with a Super Bowl party that will show the game on six flat-screen TVs. There will also be $10 BBQ nachos and happy-hour pricing on a bucket of wings: $43.50 for fifty wings. And yes, there will be drink specials, $1 off select draft beers, $2.50 Bud Lights, $4 Jim Beam and beer pitcher specials. For more details, call the West End at 303-444-3535.   

12. Tennyson Tap 
For the big game, the Tennyson Tap will feature its free taco bar, as well as $8 pitchers, $4 Colorado draft pints, $3 Fireside Colorado Whiskey, $3 wells and $2 cans. There will also be free touchdown shots, prize giveaways and more. The party starts just before the big game at 4 p.m. For more information, check out the party's Facebook page.  

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