The biggest football game of the year is upon us, and we have the low down on where you can eat and drink like a champ for the big game.  

Although it’s not our beloved Broncos, we’ve found the spots in town where all you foodie football fans can go to watch the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks battle it out on Sunday, February 1. Also if you’re celebrating at home check out our list of best game day beers

Super Bowl Specials

The Soiled Dove Underground & The Tavern

Photo courtesy of the Tavern

Photo courtesy of the Tavern

Where: The Soiled Dove Underground, 7401 E. 1st Ave., Denver

 Neighborhood: Cherry Creek

The Tavern 1949 Market Street, Denver

Neighborhood: LoDo (ballpark)

When: 3:30 p.m. until 30 minutes after the game ends

Cost: $35 in advance, $40/person at the door

Tickets: For tickets click here Soiled Dove Underground, The Tavern

The Low Down: Join the viewing party at either The Soiled Dove Underground or The Tavern Downtown this Sunday for an all-you-can-eat buffet and unlimited Bud, Bud Light, and well drinks. Sit back and enjoy pizza, wings, chili, sliders, and more with prime viewing of the game on three movie screens at The Soiled Dove Underground and on over 60 HDTVs at The Tavern.

Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill

Thirsty Lion

Photo by Roman Tafoya

Where: Union Station, 1605 Wynkoop St,, Denver

When: 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. 

The Low Down: Head on down to this Union Station hot spot for a few happy hours featuring $4 well drinks, margaritas, featured pints and wine, and a $3.95-$5.95 food menu. With 52 different beers on tap, you’ll have everything you need to watch the big game.

Blake Street Tavern

Photo courtesy of Blake Street Tavern

Photo courtesy of Blake Street Tavern

Where: 2301 Blake St., Denver

Neighborhood: Ballpark

When: All day 

The Low Down: Join one of Denver’s premier sports bars for a true sport environment– 60 HDTVs, 3 bars under one roof and plenty of beers on tap. Come in during the Super Bowl for $5 24 ounce Bud Light drafts, $4 Cuervo, and $4 Three Olives. Head over to the Blake Street Tavern website and enter to win a $250 Super Bowl bar tab.

 

The Cherry Cricket

Photo courtesy of Flickr

Photo courtesy of Flickr

Where: 2641 E. 2nd Ave., Denver

Neighborhood: Cherry Creek

When: All day

The Low Down: Burger lovers head on over to The Cherry Cricket, where the game will be on and the beer will be flowing with specials all day long. For $20 you can get a pitcher of Coors Light, 10 wings, Con Queso with chips. For wishful thinkers, get the “maybe next year” beer cocktail for only $5.

 Central Bistro

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Photo by Jackie Collins

Where: 1691 Central St., Denver

Neighborhood: LoHi

When: All day

The Low Down: It’s not a football watch party unless there’s wings involved. Make your way to Central Bistro for some finger-lickin’ confit chicken wings. Choose between a delicious array of whisky glaze, honey mustard, barrel aged fresno hot sauce priced at 25 wings for $30, 50 for $55, 75 for $80, and so on, with price incentives if ordered before this Wednesday.

Upcoming Events

Former Future Brewing First Anniversary

Former Future

 

Where: 1290 South Broadway, Denver

Neighborhood: Platt Park [South Broadway past I-25]

When: Friday, January 30 & Saturday, January 31- 2 p.m.-11 p.m., and Sunday, February 1- 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. 

The Low Down: Join this South Broadway brewery as it celebrates its first year anniversary. This three day extended party will be themed differently each day and feature beer specials, including the release of a pilot batch of a high ABV (>20%) beer called “Cat Sabbath.” In the spirit of Super Bowl Sunday, there will be growler discounts on Sunday. An event definitely worth checking out for all the beer aficionados out there.

2015 Northwest Beer & Wine Fest

De Steeg, Breweries Denver, craft beer denver,

Where: The Oriental Theatre, 4335 West 44th Ave., Denver

Neighborhood: Berkeley 

When: Friday 1/30 Doors at 7:30 p.m. , Event at 8 p.m. 

Cost: $25-$30/ person 

Tickets: Click here for tickets 

The Low Down: It’s the second annual Northwest beer and wine fest at The Oriental Theatre this weekend, and there’s plenty to go around. Enjoy generous beer and wine samples from over 15 local breweries and wineries, while a battle of bands takes place on stage. The annual beer and wine fest will benefit North High School and Skinner Middle School. The event sold out last year, so don’t hesitate to get your tickets ASAP.

Winter Sippers at Argyll Whisky Beer

Photo by Lindsey Bartlett

Photo by Lindsey Bartlett

Where: 1035 E 17th Ave., Denver

Neighborhood: Uptown

The Low Down: There’s no reason to cry over spilled cocktail. Have no fear that Argyll Whisky Beer will be taking the ever-so popular Snow Cap cocktail off the menu, you’ll still be able to order the wintery drink made with Argyll’s single barrel Buffalo Trace, house made holiday simple syrup, finished with dry-shaken egg whites and garnished with swirls of benedictine. Or on any given snowy day, enjoy Obsidian stouts for only $3.

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