Super Sunday could easily be renamed All-You-Can-Eat Sunday as local restaurants and bars pull out all the stops for their Super Bowl party spreads. Get your fill of wings and beer at one of the many parties on and off the Strip.
Watch the game at one of the downtown area's newest hangouts: The Lady Silvia. Doors open at 12:30 so get there early to ensure a spot for your group. Enjoy free sushi, $2 Budweisers and Heineken Lights, $3 bloody marys, music from DJ Bones until kick off, entertainment from The Lady Sylvia cheerleaders and free pizza at halftime.
Lynyrd Skynyrd's BBQ and Beer offers an all-you-can-eat and drink special featuring beer, wine and well drinks, priced at $75 per person.
Public House hosts Super Sunday Funday where guests can enjoy a comfortable lounge seat for a minimum $45 per hour foo and beverage spend. New York fans can enjoy Ommegang Abbey Ales for only $6. Diehard New England fanatics can enjoy bottles of Sam Adams for $6. At the bar, the house specialty beer, Deschutes, will be priced at $5.
The Las Vegas Hotel (formerly The Las Vegas Hilton) offers $2 hot dogs and $2 Bud products in Football Central at the LVH Theater. Admission is free and food items are priced a la carte.
At the Silverton, guests can watch the game at Mermaid Lounge or Shady Grove Lounge. Enjoy Negra Modelo, PBR, Pacifico, Jagermeister, Miller Lite and assorted snacks for $1 each. Bud Light pitchers are $5 and Vienna polish sausages and Vienna beef hot dogs are $5. Guests also have the chance to win prizes such as NFL game tickets and Visa gift cards.
Al's Garage in The District hosts a party with 98.5 KLUC featuring cash, concert ticket and drink giveaways plus $9.85 beer buckets while the broadcast is airing, $3 Miller Lite drafts, $3 Miller Lite cans, $5 well drinks and $20 all-you-can-eat specials. The party starts at noon and guests can enjoy games like beer pong throughout the event.
Aces & Ales offers all-you-can-drink Deschutes beer and half off of all appetizers from 2 until 8 p.m. The beers included in the special are the Black Butte, Jubel Ale, Mirror Pond and Obsidian Stout. Guests can also enjoy giveaways throughout the game.
Catch the game at your neighborhood bar as all area PTs and Sierra Gold locations will offer a $10 ($15 day of) all-you-can-eat buffet featuring hot dogs, nuggets, wings, sliders, chips and salsa and Caesar salad served through halftime. Guests can also enjoy Bud Light mug specials.
PJ Clarke's in the Forum Shops has a large screen comprised of eight HD screens so you can catch all the action. Enjoy game day specials like NY red hots and a burger bar.
Planet Hollywood restaurant in the Forum Shops offers a $95 big game party package including first half appetizer stations including grilled crudites, buffalo and sweet chili honey wings, chicken crunch bites, nachos and tacos, mini bagel dogs, popcorn and peanuts. The halftime buffet stations include sliders, the "biggest sub on the planet", meatball sandwiches, BBQ ribs and salads. There will be an open bar serving draft beer, wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee from 2-7 p.m. plus a full bar and additional drink specials. Call 791-2864 to make a reservation.
If you want a room with a view for the game, book the Mandarin Oriental's Mandarin Suite for up to 15 people and take in views of the Strip from the 22nd floor. Enjoy upscale game food like lobster poboys, truffle tater tots, a gourmet chili station, bratwursts with pork belly sauerkraut and a commemorative Super Bowl XLVI cake.
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