Are You Big Game Ready, Phoenix?

Written by Kelly Potts Category: Lists Issue: January 2018
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Whether you are a huge Patriots fan, bleed green and silver or just want to watch the commercials while eating something called tater tot nachos, there's a place for everyone to enjoy Super Bowl LII this Sunday. Kick-off is at 4:30 p.m. Arizona time.

Best Place to Watch... for Patriots Fans
Bevvy
Why are we not surprised Bevvy is the official hangout of Pats fans? The Old Town sports bar and club with a light British theme has designated itself the spot for all Tom Brady lovers to unite. Bevvy offers an array of brunch and dinner delights, as well as drink specials like $15 bottles of Champagne 'till 3 p.m. Head to Bevvy with your favorite New Englanders and watch as the world champs defend their title.
4420 N. Saddlebag Trail, Scottsdale, bevvyaz.com

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Best Place to Watch... for Eagles Fans
Rockbar
Watch the Eagles fly at Rockbar this Super Game Sunday. The official home of the Eagles West fan club in Phoenix is ready to host with drink specials and official Philly-themed foods for the big game like Philly cheese steaks, French dips and pizzas to share. Details are coming soon, so head to their website for all the green delights.
4245 N. Craftsman Ct., Scottsdale, rockbarscottsdale.com

Best Place to Watch... for Cheap Eats and Patio Lounging
Kelly's at Southbridge
Kelly's is serving $5 wings, $6 nachos, $7 jalapeno popper dip, $5 Absolut you-call-its and $16 domestic beer buckets over their Super Bash Weekend, celebrating the Waste Management Phoenix Open and the Super Bowl. This Old Town resto is off the main drag, offering a stellar patio and laid back atmosphere – perfect for groups to watch the game.
7117 E. 6th Ave., Scottsdale, kellysatsouthbridge.com

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Best Place to Watch... for the ADD Crowd
Culinary Dropout at the Yard
The restaurant is a prime spot for football watching. With flat screens positioned across the bar and yard games area, and a huge projector screen inside the restaurant, there is not a bad seat in the house. If you don't "get" football or you want to avoid the dulcet crooning of Justin Timberlake at half-time, there is plenty to occupy your attention here. There are backyard-style games like corn hole, ping-pong, and shuffleboard, not to mention craft cocktails, local beers, and eats for every appetite.
Tempe & Phoenix locations, culinarydropout.com

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Best Place to Watch... for the Unmotivated Introvert
Your Home
Courtesy The Market Restaurant + Bar by Jennifer's...

Forget braving the crowds and hazardous roadways this Sunday. And forget turning on the oven (or the Crock-Pot) for your "famous" corn dip. Stay home and relax thanks to the culinary wizardry of Jennifer Russo. Her restaurant is offering a stellar Super Bowl spread – and FREE delivery if you're within 10 miles of The Market – for $35 per person. Chow down on Southwest style grilled Italian sausage and roasted peppers, prime rib sliders, Homeboy's Hot Sauce-d chicken wings, crab dip, Jennifer's famous potato chips and vegetable crudite. Order now: 602-626-5050 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 3603 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, marketbyjennifer.com

...and Fired Pie
Meanwhile the Valley's own BYO pizza chain, Fired Pie, is offering 10 percent off catering packages for in-store pick-up. For 10 or more guests, start with eight mix-n-match 11-inch pizzas and a large salad for $89.99; or 12 mix-n-match pizzas and 2 large salads for $145.99; or 16 mix-n-match wraps and eight sides for $65.99. Order at least 24 hours in advance. Multiple Valley locations, firedpie.com