Super Bowl 2023: Watch parties, food & drink deals & to-go bundles in Tucson

February 6, 2023
By Matt Sterner


Pigskins aren’t just for eating, don’t you know? Some athletes like to toss around the pigskins/footballs for a few months out of the year, and come February, two teams face off in something called the Super Bowl.

Here in Tucson, there are quite a few super options to celebrate the big game.

Charly’s BBQ and Grill (Photo by Isaac Stockton)
Charly’s BBQ and Grill (Photo by Isaac Stockton)

Certain spots are offering food and drink specials and then a few restaurants are offering take-home catering kits to feed a large crowd. No matter how you celebrate the Big Game, try keeping it local with the following opportunities.

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Disclaimer: More than likely, there are plenty of other football-themed events and catering options happening around Tucson, so consider this just a handful to help get your search off on the right foot. 

Also, check our January 2023 article, “25+ Sports bars in Tucson.”

The Barnyard Crafthouse & Eatery

11011 E. Tanque Verde Rd.
Photo courtesy of The Barnyard Crafthouse & Eatery

The crafty restaurant is offering to-go orders (your order needs to be made by Thursday, February 9), and all of the below meals are about five to 10 servings.

  • Loaded Nacho Fries (half-pan)($50)
  • Wings (15 pieces)($25)
  • Spinach Dip with Housemade Chips (half-pan)($50)
  • Housemade Chips and Salsa ($20)
  • Cheese Curds and a Dipping Sauce ($20 per pound)
  • Sub Platter: Six nine-inch Subs cut in halves ($55)

For more information, visit

Blue Front

110 E. Congress St.
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The new downtown spot will be displaying the intense game on all of their TVs, along with plenty of beers to wet your whistle, cocktails, chicken wings, and more.

For more information, visit

Bob Dobb’s

2501 E. Sixth St.
Photo courtesy of Bob Dobb’s on Facebook

The Sam Hughes neighborhood bar is hosting a Super Bowl watch party and will have it displayed on six TVs (with surround sound) around the bar.

For more information, follow Bob Dobb’s on Instagram

Borderlands Brewing Company

119 E. Toole Ave.
Photo courtesy of Borderlands Brewing Company
Photo courtesy of Borderlands Brewing Company

The downtown brewery will be broadcasting the Super Bowl on its many TVs throughout the indoor taproom. Bring your dog along (not in the new game room, though) if you’re pooch is a football fanatic.

For more information, follow Borderlands Brewing on Facebook

Caps & Corks

3830 W. River Rd. #100
Charly’s BBQ and Grill (Photo by Isaac Stockton)
Charly’s BBQ and Grill (Photo by Isaac Stockton)

The Game will be on with the sound up! Caps & Corks invites everyone to come and play Super Bowl Bingo with a chance to win prizes. They will also have raffles throughout the day. Charly’s BBQ Grill will be there all day, too, serving up that perfect game day food with two special items: Al Pastor Smoked Chicken Wings with pineapple habanero glaze and a Chiltepin Crispy Chicken Sandwich.

For more information, follow Caps & Corks on Facebook

Catalina Brewing Company

6918 N. Camino Martin #120
Photo by Jackie Tran

The northwest side brewery will be tailgating and watching the Super Bowl with $3 domestic bottles and $1 Jell-O shots. Also, they’ll have plenty of tables, chairs, and outdoor games (feel free to bring your own). For food, the Jersey Grill will be parked outside, but Catalina Brewing also encourages anyone to bring their own grill and/or tailgate favorites to share. The game will be televised indoors and outdoors.

For more information, follow Catalina Brewing on Facebook


Food Truck
Chicken Tendies (Photo by Mark Whittaker)

CowPig is offering Super Bowl Feed Boxes to take home and enjoy (the cutoff date to order is Wednesday, February 8). You’ve got the choice of 50 wings with two sauces ($80), 26 Tendie’s and seasoned fries ($75), and 30 CowMelt Slides with seasoned fries ($75).

You’ll need to DM them to order.

For more information, follow CowPig on Facebook


Multiple Locations
Photo courtesy of eegee’s

From now through Sunday, February 12, Eegee’s is offering two Super Bowl deals. One of them is the Big Game Combo which includes an Original Grinder, medium fries, and a small eegee for $7.99.

The other is the Ultimate Tailgater, which is a three-foot sub and a Party Pack or Fun Pack. You can get this for $7.99 off.

For more information, follow Eegee’s on Facebook

FireTruck Brewing Company

4746 E. Grant Rd. • 9155 E. Tanque Verde Rd. #177 • 9630 N. Oracle Rd. #110
FireTruck Smoked Wings (Photo by Taylor Noel Photography)
FireTruck Smoked Wings (Photo by Taylor Noel Photography)

They’re offering jumbo mesquite smoked wings to-go for the Super Bowl this year. If you preorder now, 25 wings are $35 and 50 wings are $62. All orders must be in by Wednesday, February 8.

You’ll want to call (520) 207-2489 as soon as possible to make your order.

For more information, follow FireTruck Brewing on Facebook

Gentle Ben’s

865 E. University Blvd.
(Credit: Gloria Knott)
(Credit: Gloria Knott)

Gentle Ben’s is giving one free drink and free wings to the first 100 customers on Super Bowl Sunday. Yep, you read that correctly. So, hurry on down there and don’t fumble a deal like this.

For more information, follow Gentle Ben’s on Facebook.

Louie’s Pub • Louie’s Cantina

746 E. Fort Lowell Rd. • 8060 E. 22nd St.
Louie's Cantina
Photo by Mark Whittaker

Both of the Louie’s locations will be celebrating the Big Game in big ways — no cover at either spot and drink specials throughout the day.

For more information, follow Louie’s on Facebook

The Maverick

6622 E. Tanque Verde Rd.
Photo courtesy of The Maverick on Facebook

Giddy up on over to The Maverick for a Super Bowl Sunday Super Party. They’ll be giving away a 65-inch TV and many other prizes. Plus, $3 Budweiser, Bud Light, and Michelob Ultra all night.

For more information, follow The Maverick on Facebook


2500 E. Grant Rd. #112
Postino WineCafe (Credit: Shelby Moore)
Postino WineCafe (Credit: Shelby Moore)

The midtown restaurant is offering a Game Day Party that starts at $315 and feeds up to 15 people. To start, you can choose two of the following: chef’s charcuterie, skewers, Nick’s Board, meatballs and goat cheese, and a crudite platter. Then you can select an assorted bruschetta platter and panini platter.

For more information, visit

The Royal Room

450 N. Sixth Ave.


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Pizza, buckets of Tecate Light, and whatever else you’d like to eat! The Royal Room is supplying the pizza and beer and it’s up to you what else you’d like to bring to their Super Bowl potluck.

For more information, follow The Royal Room on Instagram

Salty Dawg II

6121 E. Broadway Blvd.
Photo courtesy of Salty Dawg II on Facebook

The party starts at 2 p.m. and you can expect food and drink specials like $0.50 wings.

For more information, follow Salty Dawg II on Facebook.

The Union Jack

800 E. University Blvd.
Photo courtesy of The Union Jack on Facebook

They’ll have full live coverage of the Super Bowl on their several TV screens, and keep an eye out for any specials they’ll be having the day of.

For more information, follow The Union Jack on Facebook

Whiskey Roads

2290 W. Ina Rd.
Whiskey Roads
Photo courtesy of Whiskey Roads

The northwest side sports bar and music venue is hosting a Super Bowl watch party with no cover, a live DJ, prizes, food, drinks, 4K TVs spread all around, and some high-definition audio they’re really proud of.

For more information, follow Whiskey Roads on Facebook

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