Corner House, the new neighborhood eatery in Jefferson Park ably manned by chef Matt Selby, will pull down the projection screen on Sunday and host a party. There will be Memphis ribs, deviled eggs, chips and Fresno chili salsa, and more.
al Lado is hosting a subtle sangria Superbowl celebration. The game will be on the large TV by the bar and the restaurant is offering half-price bottles of wine, $5 glasses of wine and sangria and their fabulous tapas. al Lado will open at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday for the big game.
There is some charm in being in a John Elway establishment on Super Bowl Sunday so head down to Elway's Downtown where the game will be 100% on. Great bites to go with the game include the tuna tataki, savory chicken wings, and more.
At Zengo, guests will be able to enjoy a Bottomless Superbowl Brunch. The brunch costs $35 per person and includes unlimited small plates & free flowing brunch cocktails. Bring a group and get a better deal – groups of 4 brunch for the price of 3. Reservations are recommended.
Take Out: head on over to Cured, the cheese and specialty foods store in Boulder and grab yourself the $24 "Fearless Footlong" Super Bowl Sub Sandwich. Sandwiches are $24 each and platters average $10 per person. The Fearless Footlong Subs will be piled high with the best from Cured's meat and cheese selections. While you're at it, grab some beer at Cured whose wine and spirits store is stocked with the best local microbrews.
Cook In: If you feel like cooking up your own food in your own home, try chef Justin Brunson's Super Bowl recipe: Pigskin-Worthy Pork Wings. Thrillist featured the recipe from the Old Major chef this week and the word is that everyone will be Raven about this snack.
If in New Orleans, keep your eyes peeled for a sighting of TAG's chef and owner, Troy Guard. Guard has been selected among more than 32 chefs from NFL to represent the Mile High City and the Denver Broncos in the NFL's annual "Party with a Purpose," Taste of the NFL. The strolling food and wine tasting event is the most-successful NFL-sanctioned, charitable event at the Super Bowl, with all proceeds going directly to fight hunger.
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