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Whether you are tuning in to Sunday's big game for the football, the commercials, or the half-time show, it's important that the place you choose to watch the event has something to offer you. So if it's lots of TV's, great drink specials, or free food that is most important to you, check out my list of the best places to watch the Super Bowl so you know where to find exactly what you want.



Cowboy Jacks

St. Cloud

Cowboy Jacks is new to downtown St. Cloud. They have a great atmosphere with a lot to offer any day of the week, but this Super Bowl Sunday they are offering some great deals that seem pretty hard to pass up.

The specials include: $5 for a bucket of 24 wings, $2 Bud, Bud Light, and Mich Golden Light, and a FREE taco bar at half time!

These are some pretty awesome deals if you ask me. Plus if you haven't had the chance to check out Cowboy Jacks, now you can. They have plenty of TV's so you can be sure no matter where you are seated you will have a great view of the game.

Cowboy Jacks Abby Faulkner

Buffalo Wild Wings is the kind of place that just comes to mind when you think football. It's like when someone says peanut butter, you think jelly... the same is true when someone says 'let's go watch the game somewhere', you think B-Dubs - am I right? I thought so.  So Buffalo Wild Wings is obviously an awesome place to watch the biggest football game of the year. The restaurant chain is so invested in football they created Fandemonium - it's the ultimate football experience for everyone - which is exactly why Buffalo Wild Wings makes my top five places to watch the Super Bowl. 

Buffalo Wild Wings (Jay Caldwell)
The Boulder Tap House may be new to town but they sure know what they are doing. With over 40 different beers on tap, hand-pattied burgers, and a plethora of home-made sauces to smother your choice of chicken wings in - there is no doubt in my mind that you will find something to suit your fancy. So they have tons of beer, awesome food, and more televisions than I ever thought possible in one building - why wouldn't you watch the Super Bowl at The Boulder Tap House?
Boulder Tap House (Jay Caldwell)

If you are anything like me, you associate the Blue Line with hockey, but this place is throwing one heck of a Super Bowl party this Sunday. The Blue Line in Sartell is fully prepared to celebrate the end of the football season the right way. Not only do they have a great atmosphere, but the also have a ton of TV's so you don't have to worry about missing any part of Madona's performance (or the game), and the food at the Blue Line is incredible.

Here are the specials they will be offering during the game: $2.50 20 ounce domestic drafts, $3.50 20 ounce craft brews, and $1 jello shots. They will also have FREE tailgating food at half time!

Sounds good to me - so get your game face on (or your super serious commercial watching face) and get over to the Blue Line for the Super Bowl!

The Blueline Sports Bar & Grill (Bob Hughes)


The location of your residence
Yes, heading out to a bar for the Super Bowl would definitely be a good time, but what would most likely be just as fun would be watching the big game at home. You could invite your friends and neighbors, or it could be just the family, but either way as long as there are some fun snacks, a fridge full of soda and beer, and a television, you will have a good time watching the game. And on the up-side, at home (unlike at the bar) you can watch the game in your pajamas if you feel like it.
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