The time is finally here, this Sunday the Broncos will face the Panthers at Super Bowl 50. As you dig up all of your orange and blue gear, we’re here to relieve a bit of your game-day stress. If you’re thinking about heading out in the city, consider chowing down at Ophelia’s or having a drink at Occidental. For those throwing your own party, there are even a few restaurants that want to help you along the way. However you choose to celebrate, you’re not alone. Finalize your game-day plans early and get ready for a memorable Sunday.



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Occidental. Photos by Kyle Cooper.

When: February 7, 11 a.m

Where: 1950 W 32nd Ave, Denver

The Low Down: Occidental, the sister bar to Williams & Graham, is having happy hour all day to celebrate Super Bowl 50. Head on over to this hip, comfortable space for fun game-day cocktails and beer. Occidental’s nostalgic food From State Fare Food Truck will be offered on special along with party giveaways throughout the day. Go here to view a current menu.


Where: 2015 Market St., Denver, 7101 S. Clinton St., Centennial

The Low Down: Join the Viewhouse at either of its locations for the ultimate Super Bowl experience this Sunday. DJs, prizes, giveaways, food and booze will make the party. Chill on the covered lawn and watch the game on a 120 inch outdoor LCD TV only at the Ballpark location. A special game day menu, created by Chef Jose Guerrero, includes slider trays, creative taco platters, barbecue ribs, wings, and mozzarella sticks. Wash it all down with $3 Coors Light drafts and $5 Jim Beam specials. Come for the party and stay for the $2 touchdown shots.

The Source

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The Source. Photo By Roman Tafoya

Where: 3350 Brighton Boulevard

The Low Down: Catch the big game on the big screen this Sunday at The Source. RiNo Yacht Club will serve Broncos inspired cocktails and drinks all day starting at 12:30 p.m. Bring your own party food or fill up on snacks and sandwiches from Mondo Market. Located in the heart of RiNo, The Source is a collective space perfect for cheering on the Broncos.  

Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

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Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox. Photo by Glenn Ross.

Where: 1215 20th St., Denver

The Low Down: Kick back and enjoy the biggest TV in Denver, a 24-foot screen at Ophelia’s this Sunday. Munch on a Super Bowl spread including unlimited wings, flatbreads, and sliders for $25. $5 well drinks and $3 Colorado beers will keep you #UnitedInOrange all afternoon.

Del Frisco’s Grille

When: February 7

Where: 100 St. Paul St., Denver

The Low Down: Del Frisco’s has crafted a Sip & Share menu specifically for Super Bowl Sunday. Grab a seat with your friends and share menu items such as Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls, Pulled Pork Nachos, or Asian Street Tacos. All shareable plates are only $6 and happy hour lasts all day. Sip on $5 drafts or $6 select cocktails while enjoying the game and good company. Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House (8100 E. Orchard Rd) will also feature a Mile High menu on Sunday including either the Filet Duo, Bay of Fundy Salmon, or the Pan Roasted Chicken served with chateau potatoes and green beans for $39.99 per person.


Illegal Pete’s

Beers on tap at Illegal Pete's. Photo by Glenn Ross.

Beers on tap at Illegal Pete’s. Photo by Glenn Ross.

Where: Multiple Locations

The Low Down: Grab a seat at an Illegal Pete’s this Sunday for its all-day happy hour. Enjoy a burrito your way and sip on $4 margaritas, $2.50 domestic draft beer or $3.50 select craft beer. Cheer on the Broncos and snack on free chips and salsa when you order from the bar. Don’t want to leave the house? Check out Illegal Pete’s catering options.


Take Away Options

Postino Wine Cafe

Postino Winecafe. Photos by Camille Breslin.

Postino Winecafe. Photos by Camille Breslin.

Where: 2715 17th St., Denver

Cost: $150, feeds 20

The Low Down: Take the stress out of party hosting with this easy takeaway package. Known for its delicious food with local ingredients, Postino Wine Cafe is perfect for your Super Bowl party. It’s Playoff Package includes two bruschetta platters, an antipasto platter, a panini platter, and two salad bowls.


Lou’s Food Bar

Lou's Food Bar. Photo by Rachel Nobrega

Lou’s Food Bar. Photo by Rachel Nobrega

When: February 7, 2- 4 p.m

Where: 1851 W. 38th Ave, Denver

Cost: $45, feeds 6

The Low Down: If fried chicken doesn’t scream Super Bowl, I don’t know what does. Grab one of Lou’s Food Bar chicken specials to feed your party guests this Sunday. Take home a bucket of chicken tenders or assorted fried chicken, with 1 ½ lbs. of macaroni and cheese and 1 ½ lbs. of coleslaw for $45. Place your orders before February 5 and pick them up on Sunday. Enjoy a breast or thigh without spending an arm and a leg this Super Bowl.

Masterpiece Delicatessen

Where: 1575 Central St., Denver

Cost: Varies depending on sandwich selection

The Low Down: Customize and cater your Super Bowl party with sandwiches from Masterpiece Delicatessen. Choose from an Italian & Ham sandwich tray for $116, a smoked turkey & roast beef sandwich tray for $105, or a truffle egg salad & veggie sandwich tray for $88. All trays include 8 sandwiches and a free $10 gift card with each order.

Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar

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Jax Fish House. Photos by Glenn Ross.

When: February 6, 4- 10 p.m

Where: All locations- Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Glendale

Cost: $45 per order. Order serves up to 3 people. 

The Low Down: How does a Super Bowl Crab Boil sound? Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar wants to provide the food for your one of a kind party, and all you need is a big pot of boiling water. Each Super Boil includes snow crab, crawfish, shrimp, andouille sausage, and potatoes in a spicy, lemon-rich broth. Order by February 4 and pick up your boil on February 6 for an unforgettable Super Bowl party.


Moe’s Original BBQ

Where: place catering orders here

The Low Down: Don’t want to worry about cooking this Super Bowl? Moe’s has you covered. Select and customize your cater order based on your party size and guests. Choose from a wide menu of appetizers, meats and sides including smoked wings, bacon wrapped chicken, pulled pork, Angus beef brisket, baked beans, and mac ‘n cheese. If barbecue and beer sounds good to you, take a look at the full menu here.


** Give back this Sunday by helping the Denver Broncos & Food Bank of the Rockies kick hunger. While you’re enjoy a feast with your friends, take a second to think of those in need. Every donation makes a difference and each $1 equals 4 meals for hungry families. Contribute $50 or more and you’ll be entered to win two tickets to the 2016 Taste of the Broncos on June 14. Donate here