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DFW [lawyer edit] Big Game roundup

While I personally am pretending that football is over for the year, I'm fully aware that some of you people will be watching some important game this weekend. After two tough, last moment losses for my Crimson Tide and my Cowboys both in one week, I've been in a bit of denial, meanwhile gathering up watch party details and catering options for those of you who have not yet eaten yourselves into oblivion. Behold, the DFW Big Game Roundup. Not the Cowboys city-wide celebration I had hoped for, but a list, nonetheless.
PDQ's new angus cheeseburger with bacon could makes a perfect pre-game meal.


Biergarten on Lamar
$3 Bud Lights on Super Sunday
German-themed restaurant outside Omni Dallas also offering full menu.
 Super Sunday is meant to be spent with football on the television and a beer in hand. Biergarten on Lamar has you covered this Sunday, Feb. 5, with $3 Bud Light specials and three 60-inch TVs that are perfect for watching the Big Game. The German-themed restaurant and bar will also satisfy your cravings for great food with its extensive menu featuring bratwurst, schnitzel, giant pretzels and more.

Bomb Factory



Brio



Dos Jefes

On Sunday, Feb. 5, football fans are invited to Dos Jefes at Night to enjoy a special menu prepared by Executive Chef Samir Dhurandhar while watching the Big Game on their giant TV. Featured dishes include:
  • Triple Threat – 2 tacos, Tecate, tequila
  • Tempura Shrimp Roll – Spicy tuna, Thai chili aioli
  • Milk-Braised Berkshire Pork – Pork shoulder, rice & beans, saffron aioli
  • Camaron De Roca – Chipotle aioli, teriyaki syrup, scallion
  • Salmon – Tomatillo avocado salsa, crispy quinoa
In addition, you won’t want to miss these specials:
  • Kickoff Drinks – Happy hour pricing for all reservations from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Ladies Drink Free! – For the duration of the game, all wells and beers are free (but lose your cup and you’re done!)
  • Touchdown Table – Reserve your table for guaranteed seating, an appetizer platter and bucket of beer ($50/person)
  • More Drink Specials – $5 margaritas, $25 margarita pitchers, $150 bottles
The party starts at 3 p.m. For table reservations in the VIP Lounge, email dosjefesatnight.vip@gmail.com or call 214.613.1629.


Eastwood's Bar
Eastwood’s Bar, dubbed the “living room of Uptown,” is throwing a football watch party to celebrate the big game this Sunday, Feb. 5. Stop by earlier in the day to enjoy brunch and $15 bottomless mimosas from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Beginning at 5:30 p.m., the bar will offer $4 16-oz domestic beers, as well as $18 pitchers, throughout the game.
3407 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204 Free valet (look for the signs next to the Dear Clark salon)    

The Ivy Tavern
PATIO PIG ROAST?! That might be all I need to get over my football woes!
The party begins at 4:00 p.m., so swing by early to get warmed up before the game. Revolver Brewing is hosting a tap takeover and will be handing out free samples of their delicious beers, including Blood and Honey, Revolver Bock and Death Ray. The Ivy Tavern’s happy hour pricing will also be in effect, which means that domestic beers are just $3 and well drinks are only $4.
The six big TVs inside and three large outdoor screens will of course be showing the game (and commercials), so wherever you’re sitting, you’ll have a great view of the action. Then at halftime, the pig comes out. After cooking all day it will be roasted and ready for you to partake. It’s first come, first served, with $10 getting you a plate loaded with pork, citrus slaw and potato salad.
So come early, stay late, and bring friends. Because no matter which team wins, it’s going to be a great day filled with football, beer and one very delicious pig.
Festivities begin at 4:00 p.m.
Must be 21 years old to attend
5334 Lemmon Ave
Dallas, TX 75209
           

  

MAX's Wine Dive
Going to a Super Bowl party and have to bring a dish? Don’t worry,  MAX’s has you covered with specials on all of your favorite dishes. Guests can order the following to-go offerings:

  • 20 piece dark meat $30
  • 20 piece mixed
  • 20 piece chicken tenders
  • 20 piece jumbo wings
  • Mashed Potatoes $20
  • Collard Greens $20
  • Truffle Mac and Cheese $35



Nothing bundt cakes 



PDQ 
With the start of 2017 fully underway, The Big Game is fast approaching! Whether your team is playing or not, one thing is for sure—Super Bowl is not just about watching the game, but what kind of food you have at your Super Bowl party.
PDQ North Texas (People Dedicated to Quality) is offering buy one get one chicken tender platters perfect for game day. Guests can choose between grilled or crispy chicken tenders and PDQ’s extensive sauce list for the perfect Super Bowl meal. 
Guests must order ahead of time to ensure platters for game day. 
PDQ offers BOGO chicken tenders platter for the Big Game (Photo by PDQ)

The Social House


Whistlebritches
Pre-game specials


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