Arts & Culture Business Development Community Commentary Deal Family Featured Food, Restaurants & Dining Music & Events Sports Fara Illich January 27, 2012

The last time the Giants and Patriots met in the Super Bowl the game was played in our backyard at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Phoenix has to wait until 2015 to host another Super Bowl but this year’s Giants/Patriots rematch can be celebrated at a variety of Downtown restaurants, pubs, bar, lounges, and watering holes.
Coach & Willie’s
One of Downtown’s favorite sports bars is offering a complimentary buffet from 4 p.m. to halftime, food and drink specials, and a chance to win 2 sets of lower-level Rattlers season tickets.
superbowlbars_fullsize_story1Crescent Ballroom
The music venue’s “Pabst It To Me, I’m Open” Super Bowl party will feature the big game on the lounge’s big screen, plus $2 Pabst, $5 Honey Badgers, $6 Nachos, and homemade Cracker Jack, all starting at 3 p.m.
District American Kitchen & Wine Bar
Enjoy a Super Bowl menu that will satisfy any football fan, including $1 sloppy Joe sliders, cheesy corn dogs, baked macaroni & cheese, Schreiner’s beer hot sausages, plus half-priced bottles of wine and other drink specials all day.
Friday’s Front Row
Friday’s Front Row at Chase Field is offering all-you-can-eat hot wings. Chow down and watch the game on one of their 32 flat screen TVs.
Hooters Arizona Center
Is there a better place to spend a full day soaking up all the Super Bowl hoopla? Probably not, and to make it even sweeter Hooters will serve you 20 traditional wings and 60 ounces of beer for $20. That’s real. While you’re enjoying the game and surroundings enter to win a new flat screen TV.
Majerle’s Sports Grill
Downtown Dan and the gang are offering $3 Bloody Marys, bottomless mimosas, and all day breakfast.
Mi Amigos
Mi Amigos at Arizona Center is serving drink specials and discounted party platters all day long.
The Hyatt Regency Phoenix sports bar is offering a beer bucket special all day long: 5 Coors Light or Miller Lite bottles for $15.
Rose & Crown Pub
It’s a seafood bash and Downtown’s famous English pub, with all-you-can-eat seafood boil–crawfish, lobster, crab, mussels, potatoes, corn on the cob, and sausage–for $20 from 1-5 p.m.
Steve’s Greenhouse Grill
Inside or out on the patio, enjoy a dozen wings and a micro brew beer for $8.95, or a burger and fries for $8.95, plus $3 touchdown shots, $1.75 Miller Lite specials, and happy hour well drinks all day.
Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery
Spend your Super Bowl Sunday at CityScape with the Tilted Kilt girls and enjoy their tailgate breakfast menu until 11 a.m., then drink specials all day while you catch the action on 3 giant projection screens and 37 plasmas inside and out on the patio.
Tom’s Tavern & 1929 Grill
Tom’s is serving a special Super Bowl brunch all day long.
Enjoy the game!