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Bronco Country: Where To Spend Super Bowl Sunday

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Sports bar or not, just about every venue in Denver with a TV will be buzzing this Sunday with Bronco fans. There are the usual suspects for watching the game, and then there are some unlikely celebrations in honor of our beloved Broncos.

Kick off the Super Bowl with bottomless brunches at Zengo and Tamayo, catch the pig roast and the half-time carnival at Epic Brewing, sit down for the three-course dinner at Duo Restaurant, and don't miss the biscuits at Atomic Cowboy, which will be served all day long for the first time ever.


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Duo Restaurant

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Duo is offering a three-course dinner for two for $48— for Super Bowl 48, or Super Bowl XLVIII. Guests choose from an appetizer, main course, and dessert. Call for reservations.

LoHi SteakBar

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For every $25 donation during the Super Bowl, LoHi will give guests select draft beers, appetizers, and specialty drinks. 100 percent of the proceeds will go to Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Another bottomless brunch for the Super Bowl is at Zengo, where from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30pm, unlimited food and free flowing cocktails cost $35 per guest. After brunch, head over to La Biblioteca for the big game.

La Biblioteca

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Beginning at 4 p.m. and through the end of the game, La Biblioteca will offer a $35 party with an open bar and passed appetizers like Korean fried chicken bites, bacon-wrapped dates, and sushi rolls. Call to purchase tickets.

Jakes Food & Spirits

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Here's a great place for big parties on Super Bowl Sunday. If the Broncos win, each group in the house gets a pitcher of beer and a basket of wings, on the house. If the Broncos don't make it, Jake's is buying everyone a consolation beer. Call to reserve seats.

Epic Brewing Denver

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Tender Belly is roasting a pig at Epic during the Super Bowl, where guests can enjoy a big game buffet and 25 beers on tap. The brewery is also putting on its own half-time entertainment, with games and prizes including Pin The Boot on the Brewer and Epic trivia questions.

Casselman's Bar & Venue

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Anthony’s Pizza & Pasta will donate pizzas to the Game of Giving Fundraiser at Casselman’s Bar and Venue. $25 admission includes Odell beers and a buffet. Proceeds will benefit organizations that support teenage mothers, parents of school-aged children, and the American Red Cross.

1515 Restaurant

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1515 is rolling out a special Super Bowl menu and offering its private dining areas to larger groups of guests.
Kick off the Super Bowl with $35 bottomless brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Then join the party on the terrace to watch the big game at from 4:00 to 10:00 p.m., with happy hour prices and Mile High Spanish Fly shooters (tequila, blue Curacao, blue Gatorade and orange slices) with every Broncos touchdown.

Panzano

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Panzano lead bartender Jodi Dolph created the PFM Old Fashioned and the Hurry! Hurry! Sazerac to cheer on the Broncos. They'll be available at least through Sunday, February 2.
The recently opened BaRed presents a week of Super Bowl celebration called BLUES at RED. It begins Friday, January 31 at 9 p.m. with Eric Boa & the Constrictors and continues on February 1 when ESPN Radio's Coach Les and RJPIII will broadcast their weekly show from 4 to 6 p.m., and again on Super Bowl Sunday, February 2 from 12 noon to 2 pm.

Atomic Cowboy

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Both locations (on Colfax and South Broadway) of Atomic, Fat Sully's, and the Denver Biscuit Company will offer brunch all day— open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. with an hour break and then back up from 4 to 10 p.m. For the first time, they will be serving biscuits the entire day. They will also have a football raffle and prizes.

Margs Taco Bistro

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At the Cherry Creek and Uptown locations, Marg’s will be offering specials including half price food, $1 can beers, $5 margaritas, and $2 shots. The restaurants will also be doing a football raffle with prizes including a tequila dinner for 10, gift cards and a bottle of tequila.

Duo Restaurant

Duo is offering a three-course dinner for two for $48— for Super Bowl 48, or Super Bowl XLVIII. Guests choose from an appetizer, main course, and dessert. Call for reservations.

LoHi SteakBar

For every $25 donation during the Super Bowl, LoHi will give guests select draft beers, appetizers, and specialty drinks. 100 percent of the proceeds will go to Children’s Hospital Colorado.

Zengo

Another bottomless brunch for the Super Bowl is at Zengo, where from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30pm, unlimited food and free flowing cocktails cost $35 per guest. After brunch, head over to La Biblioteca for the big game.

La Biblioteca

Beginning at 4 p.m. and through the end of the game, La Biblioteca will offer a $35 party with an open bar and passed appetizers like Korean fried chicken bites, bacon-wrapped dates, and sushi rolls. Call to purchase tickets.

Jakes Food & Spirits

Here's a great place for big parties on Super Bowl Sunday. If the Broncos win, each group in the house gets a pitcher of beer and a basket of wings, on the house. If the Broncos don't make it, Jake's is buying everyone a consolation beer. Call to reserve seats.

Epic Brewing Denver

Tender Belly is roasting a pig at Epic during the Super Bowl, where guests can enjoy a big game buffet and 25 beers on tap. The brewery is also putting on its own half-time entertainment, with games and prizes including Pin The Boot on the Brewer and Epic trivia questions.

Casselman's Bar & Venue

Anthony’s Pizza & Pasta will donate pizzas to the Game of Giving Fundraiser at Casselman’s Bar and Venue. $25 admission includes Odell beers and a buffet. Proceeds will benefit organizations that support teenage mothers, parents of school-aged children, and the American Red Cross.

1515 Restaurant

1515 is rolling out a special Super Bowl menu and offering its private dining areas to larger groups of guests.

Tamayo

Kick off the Super Bowl with $35 bottomless brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Then join the party on the terrace to watch the big game at from 4:00 to 10:00 p.m., with happy hour prices and Mile High Spanish Fly shooters (tequila, blue Curacao, blue Gatorade and orange slices) with every Broncos touchdown.

Panzano

Panzano lead bartender Jodi Dolph created the PFM Old Fashioned and the Hurry! Hurry! Sazerac to cheer on the Broncos. They'll be available at least through Sunday, February 2.

BaRed

The recently opened BaRed presents a week of Super Bowl celebration called BLUES at RED. It begins Friday, January 31 at 9 p.m. with Eric Boa & the Constrictors and continues on February 1 when ESPN Radio's Coach Les and RJPIII will broadcast their weekly show from 4 to 6 p.m., and again on Super Bowl Sunday, February 2 from 12 noon to 2 pm.

Atomic Cowboy

Both locations (on Colfax and South Broadway) of Atomic, Fat Sully's, and the Denver Biscuit Company will offer brunch all day— open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. with an hour break and then back up from 4 to 10 p.m. For the first time, they will be serving biscuits the entire day. They will also have a football raffle and prizes.

Margs Taco Bistro

At the Cherry Creek and Uptown locations, Marg’s will be offering specials including half price food, $1 can beers, $5 margaritas, and $2 shots. The restaurants will also be doing a football raffle with prizes including a tequila dinner for 10, gift cards and a bottle of tequila.

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