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.
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.
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.
“Join us for our inaugural Super Bowl Sunday Tailgating Party! Bring your grills… bring food to grill… game day snacks. Tailgating begins at noon. Kickoff is at 4:30 p.m.”
“We‘re having another Super Bowl pregame at CBC!” There’s going to be a potluck (“football food” appreciated), football squares hosted by Jeff, outdoor games, and bucket specials on domestic brews.
“Here we go this year’s Super Bowl meals! All orders need to be placed by Thursday, February 8t by 8 p.m. Orders can be picked up on Sunday starting at noon till 4 p.m. All meals must be pre-paid at the time of order.”
“Tackle the big game with $7.99 OFF!! No tailgate is complete without eegee’s. Be the MVP of your team by bringing a three-foot sub and fun pak to your watch party. Use code: GAMEDAY to save $7.99 when you order online.”
The party starts at 2 p.m.
“$3 Budweiser and Michelob Ultra bottles and drafts! $15 domestic buckets! $5 Tito’s and $5 Jack all day! Win a free 65-inch TV plus so much more!”
“Come watch the Super Bowl with us! One raffle ticket per customer will be given upon a drink purchase for a chance to win a prize after each quarter! Must be present in order to receive prize. We’ll have a complimentary nacho bar and drink specials all day long! After the game, we’ll have our weekly pool tournament starting at 8 p.m.”
Starting at 4 p.m., there’s a family-friendly 49ers party goin’ on at O’Malley’s. They’ll have free raffle prizes for both adults and kids, plenty of 49ers-themed chants, free Jell-O shots (for adults), and a live DJ.
The pizza joint will be open for takeout only (no dine-in or delivery) from 2 p.m. until halftime. They’ll only be serving their award-winning pizzas and wings. You’ll also need to order ahead starting on Monday, February 5 in order to get your food on time. Also, during the game on Sunday, they’ll have it up on the TVs and beverages will served while you wait for your to-go order.
The music venue/bar will be showing the big game on Super Bowl Sunday. Food, a full bar, plenty of tables for seating, “TVs everywhere,” and no cover to get in.
The bar will be offering $0.50 wings along with other food and drink specials, promos, and raffles. Sports!
The Racquet Club is serving a couple of Big Game Day Specials in the Clubhouse and then at the bar anytime after 11 a.m. For one, there’s going to be $4 White Claws. Secondly, the epic TRC Hot Dog — hot dog, chorizo, black beans, cheese sauce, roasted corn, green chili, and pico de gallo with a choice of sides: fries, coleslaw, side salad, or cottage cheese for $12.99.
For reservations and additional information, call (520) 214-8844.
“Who’s ready to party? Super Bowl Party!! Cheer on your favorite team with great drink specials, games, raffles, and prizes! Doors open at 11 a.m.”
The taproom is hosting a special Super Bowl watch party/fundraiser. Tickets are $25 and include pizza, salad, and wings.
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