If cooking and hosting a party isn’t your style, a lot of area restaurants are having specials and showing the game. So, if you think it might be easier to round up a group of your friends and go out, here are some places you might want to think about.

Tully’s Good Times1225 Jefferson Road

Along with tons of food specials like half priced appetizers starting at 6 p.m. until the end of the game, Tully’s will also be spinning a prize wheel. Every time you buy an alcoholic drink you are entered into the drawing, and if you won’t be drinking you can fill out a form to enter.

The Distillery1142 Mt. Hope Ave.

The Distillery will also have food and drink specials, along with a $250 cash prize awarded at the end of the game to whomever guesses the winning team and gets the closest to the two teams’ combined score. The only rules are that you have to be there before the game starts to make your prediction and after the game to claim the prize.

While Tully’s and The Distillery have the most extensive programming planned for the big game, Buffalo Wild Wings will be showing the game and the Elmwood Inn has some food and drink specials planned. With all these options available to celebrate, you should be able to enjoy the Super Bowl, even if you’re still mourning the Eagles’ loss to Tampa Bay.



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