Whether going out or staying in, hosting at home or letting someone else do the entertaining, here are the places to check out to prep and plan your Super Bowl afternoon.
Robert’s Pizza & Dough Co. is hosting the ultimate “Big Screen” viewing party. Enjoy Game Day food and drink specials, including $30 Bucket of Beers or $52 2-Dozen Wings while watching the big game on every screen in the house. Robert’s Pizza will offer two To-Go specials for the day: Choose any 3 specialty pizzas for just $70 or opt for 3 Liza Pizzas (cheese) for only $58. Or, purchase either pizza special and enjoy 20% off on wings, salads, guacamole, pico de gallo, and brownies.
Look no further for a place to watch the Super Bowl than LG’s Bar & Kitchen in Old Town. With over 15 TV’s, Buffalo Chicken Dip, flatbreads and burgers, wings, and more, catch every minute of the game while enjoying a Bloody Mary Bar or bottomless mimosa.
THE CAULDRON CHICAGO
If you celebrate the Super Bowl to watch the Puppy Bowl preceding it, The Cauldron Chicago is the place to be. Pairing a love for Taylor Swift with a love for your furry friends, stop by The Cauldron on February 11 to view the Puppy Bowl—and bring your four-legged friends along for free. The pups get complimentary puppacinos, and you can enjoy a selection of specialty Taylor Swift cocktails. Though attendance is free, guests bringing dogs are recommended to RSVP.
Celebrate the Super Bowl with taco platters. Host your party of 10 to 50 in Chicago’s newest taqueria with packages to make your own tacos. A Tacombi team will provide everything you need to make authentic tacos. Packages are available for takeout and delivery.
Beer and pretzels are the perfect pairing for a Super Bowl Sunday. The traditional “Bretzel” comes from the German word brezel, rooted in the Latin word for “little arms”, and the American spelling of pretzel. This combination nods to Hannah’s German heritage. At any of Hannh’s three locations, the Bretzel is available for pickup or delivery.
Inspired by Michael Jordan, this bar and restaurant is the spot for fans on game day. On Sunday, enjoy some Maple-Glazed Bacon Chicken Wings, which combine some of the steak house’s signature dishes: Neuske’s Bacon and garlic bread with bleu cheese fondue. Pair this item with $6 cans and draft of Michael Jordan’s house beer.
Smoked meats and soul food is your go-to dish for Super Bowl Sunday. On game day, try the Prime Brisket Slider Kit, Buttermilk Brined Chicken Wings, or Chicken Gumbo. Top off your meal with cocktails to-go such as the Grapefruit Vodka Cocktail or Maple Rosemary Daiquiri.
Watch the game on silent TVs while playing some arcade games at HQ Beercade. Grab a bite of pizza, Greek Fries, Gyro Bao Buns, or Truffle Fries and pair with a beer or cocktail. Visit their website to make reservations.
At the Taqueria y Tequila, enjoy game day specials like the Smoked Brisket Queso, Elote Wings, and Gringas Tacos. Complete your meal with Monopolio Mexican Beer, beer buckets, and margarita pitchers for $10 off.
With the “Great For Groups” menu, Old Town Pour House can host your intimate and relaxed party, just like you’re entertaining at home. Take Super Bowl Sunday easy and let Old Town do the hosting by ordering dishes like Angus Steak Chili, BBQ Chicken Salads, and Fried Chicken sandwiches for pickup and delivery.
Known as one of the best bars on Michigan Avenue, try a seasonal selection of Sweetwater’s cocktails. Sweetwater also has a fully stocked bar, extensive beer menu, and unique wines on tap.
Mariano’s is serving a complete playbook of dips perfect for all of your Super Bowl snacks. These favorites include Private Selection® Candied Jalapeno & Bacon Cream Cheese Dip and Kroger® Brand Medium Monterey Jack Queso Cheese Dip. look no further than Mariano’s for the perfect game day snack, like Connie’s and Pizzeria Uno Take and Bake Pizzas or Murray’s Cheese Trays.