Where to watch the Super Bowl in Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and around Summit County
February 2, 2014
Whether your Super Bowl plans include heading out to the bar and soaking up a few pints or staying home and hosting the party of the year, Summit County businesses have you covered with deals all day long on Super Bowl Sunday. Here are a few places you can watch the game or pick up and carry out consumables for your home stand.
When the lifts close, catch the first half of the game at the 6th Alley Bar & Grill in the base area at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area. The restaurant will feature food specials all day, and the bar will close around halftime at about 6:30 p.m. Specials will include $20 whole pizzas, $3.50 drafts of Coors Light, PBR and Budweiser and seafood deals such as cocktail shrimp or snow crab claws for $1 each or $10 for a dozen. The ski area also is offering a limited amount of discounted lift tickets and packages, when purchased in advance. Visit http://www.arapahoebasin.com for details.
TVs line the walls at Breckenridge Brewery (600 S. Main St.), where you can take advantage of the brewpub's regular happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. For more information, visit http://www.breckbrewpub.com.
Burke and Riley's Irish Pub (502 S. Main St.) is offering up $2 Coors and Coors Light pints during the game, as well as its regular happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. Visit http://www.burkeandrileyspub.com for more information.
Known for pizza, burgers, beer and sports, Downstairs at Eric's (111 S. Main St.) will start seating at 11 a.m. on Sunday. The restaurant has 14 flat-screen HDTVs to watch the game, as well as 20 beers on tap and 100 beers by the bottle. Visit downstairsaterics.com for more information.
Fatty's Pizzeria (106 S. Ridge St.) will be offering $1 sliders and specials on ribs, sloppy Joes and other food, as well as drink specials. The restaurant will also host its regular happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m., with half off appetizers, $3 well drinks and New Belgium drafts and $2 domestic drafts and bottles. Visit http://www.fattyspizzeria.com for more information.
Kenosha Steakhouse (301 S. Main St.) will be raffling off a Broncos Peyton Manning jersey and a Seahawks Russell Wilson jersey on Sunday, Feb. 2. The restaurant is also honoring all of its weekly food specials, including all-you-can-eat ribs for $17, a 10-ounce steak burger for $10, Kenosha Steak Loaf for $10 and the Pig-Out Platter for $15, in addition to its regular Sunday Smokehouse Salad deal. Top it off with beer and drink specials throughout the game, or head downstairs to Rita's for happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. Visit http://www.kenoshasteakhouse.com for info.
The Super Bowl will play on all of the screens at Napper Tandy's (110 Lincoln Ave.), which will feature food and drink specials. Regular dinner service will be available at Salt Creek Steakhouse below. Visit http://nappertandysbreck.com for more information.
Ollie's Pub & Grub (401 S. Main St.) in Breckenridge is sticking to what works: regular Sunday drink specials and the Super Bowl on 16 HD TVs. Visit http://www.olliespub.com for more information.
Quandary Grille (505 S. Main St., Unit C1) is giving away a flat-screen TV on Super Bowl Sunday. The game will show on 10 TVs and a 90-inch projection screen. Visit http://www.quandarygrille.com for more information.
Ullr's Sports Bar and Grill (505 S. Main St., Suite B1), voted one of the best sports bars in Breck, according to http://www.gobreck.com, has nine HDTVs to check out the big game and free pool from 6 to 8 p.m. Visit http://www.ullrsbreck.com for more information.
For more information on any of these Copper Mountain restaurants, visit http://www.coppercolorado.com. Free parking is available in the Alpine Lot, with shuttle service to each of the villages.
Double Diamond Restaurant (East Village) will feature $4 Colorado pints and $10 beer and a bump with Colorado microbrews and well whiskey.
Get $2 PBRs and $2 tacos at Salsa Mountain Cantina (Center Village).
Endo's Adrenaline Bar & Grill (Center Village) will have 50-cent wings, either barbecue or hot, as well as $3 Coors and Coors Light drafts, $10 Coors and Coors Light pitchers and $3 Jager or Jager Spice shots.
A slew of Super Bowl-themed menu items will be available at Jack's Bar (Center Village). Options include the No. 18 Wings, Eric Decker Sliders, Bronco Blue Balls, Northwest Big Mouth Seafood Chowder, The Sherman "Hater" hot dog, Bronco Buffalo Wraps or The Omaha, a hot roast beef Panini. Drink specials are also available, with $3 Coors and Coors Light drafts, $3 Jager or Jager Spice shots, $5 Bronco Berry Punch and $2 shot specials on Seattle Balls, The Bronco Buster or The Razzle Dazzle.
JJ's Rocky Mountain Tavern (East Village) will be serving up Seahawk Wings with a pitcher of Coors or Coors Light, or try some of Peyton's Punch, with Svedka raspberry, lemonade and a splash of soda.
Storm King Sushi & Lounge (Center Village) will have $2 orange beers or $3 green beers, Jager or Jager Spice shots for $3, Blue Moon drafts for $4 and Super Bowl Pulled Pork Sandwiches for $7.
Watch the Super Bowl on the Dam Big Screen with sound at the Dillon Dam Brewery (100 Little Dam St.). Drink specials include $2.75 pints and $3 wine from 3 to 6 p.m., and the restaurant will be serving the Dam Football Menu during the game, with all items priced at $4 to $4.50, including Green Chili Jalapeno Dip, Sweet & Spicy Meatballs, Bangers & Mash and 'Tato Skins. The full menu also will be available. Visit http://www.dambrewery.com for more information.
Lakeside Bowl & Billiards (135 Main St.) will be showing the game on all eight projectors and four flat screens. The alley is teaming up with Krystal 93, who will be co-hosting the event. Food and drink specials include $2 Coors Light drafts, $4 Jager bombs, $4 margaritas, $4 wines and buy-one-get-one half off appetizers. There will also be a happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m., which includes $1 off all wells, wines and drafts, and bowling will be discounted, with $3 games and $3 shoes. Visit http://www.lakesidebowlandbilliards.com for more information.
Pug Ryan's Brewing Co. (104 Village Place) will be showing the Super Bowl on seven HDTVs. There will be a special game-day menu, drink specials and $3 pints of beer. For information, visit http://pugryans.com.
Upstairs at Jonny-G's (409 Main St.) will open at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 2, for its annual Super Bowl Bash. Early birds will be eligible for a pregame prize, and other prizes will be given out throughout the day, leading up to the grand-prize giveaway, a 50-inch LED TV. Buy a drink on special during the designated quarter and get a raffle ticket to win that quarter's prize. All of those chances go into the grand prize pool, and any Red Bull drink special or 9-inch pizza purchase also will provide an additional chance for the TV. Jonny-G's will close the night with free karaoke hosted by DJ Davina after the game. Visit http://www.jonnygs.com for more information.
Catch the last brat and beer special of the season at Prost (313 Main St.), where $10 gets you a half-liter of beer and your choice of brat during the Super Bowl. For more information, visit http://prostfinebeers.com.
Watch the big game at Kemosabe Sushi (605 Main St.) and get two-for-one sushi rolls all night and 30 percent off all sake. This special Super Bowl deal is not valid with other happy hour deals. Visit http://www.kemosabesushi.com for information.
Ollie's Pub & Grub in Frisco (620 Main St.) will feature its regular Sunday drink specials. Come early to check out the game on one of 18 HDTVs. Visit http://www.olliespub.com for more information.
Blue Spruce Inn (20 Main St.) opens at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 2, with six large flat-screens TVs and Super Happy Hour from open to close. For more information, visit http://www.thebluespruce.com.
Backcountry Brewery (720 Main St.) opens at 11 a.m., with 11 large flat screens, $2.75 pints of its award-winning microbrew beer and fish and chips and braised buffalo rib specials. Visit http://www.backcountrybrewery.com for more information.
The Summit County Brewery Tour will be giving away deluxe blue and gold football Mardi Gras beads to all of its customers who sign up for the Sunday, Feb. 2, evening tour.
Tours pick up at customers' front doors, last five to six hours and include a pint of beer at each brewery. The game will be shown at all of the local microbreweries. For more information and pricing, visit http://www.sucobrewtour.com.
Take it home
Climax Jerky will be offering 10 percent off all purchases of its gourmet jerky for the Super Bowl. Beef, buffalo, elk, pork and specialty jerky, including salmon, venison, turkey and wild boar, are available. Climax sells jerky out of the covered wagons in two locations and will honor the deal all weekend.
The Breckenridge location on the southeast corner of Main Street and Lincoln Avenue is open Friday, Jan. 31, through Sunday, Feb. 2, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the Outlets at Silverthorne location in the Blue Village by the Nike store is open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. the same days. For more information, visit http://www.climaxjerky.com.
Host your own Dam Super Home Party, with an appetizer and beer package from Dillon Dam Brewery. Get pulled-pork sliders with rolls, sweet and spicy meatballs, cowboy dip and chips and a veggie tray for four to five people for $60 or eight to 10 people for $110. Add six-packs, growers, party pigs or kegs and get 10 percent off the beer. Packages must be reserved by noon Saturday, Feb. 1. Call (970) 262-7777 to place an order or for more information.
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