The Super Bowl is coming, and there's a good chance that the house party you've been invited to is going to suck. There's only so much buffalo chicken dip a person can handle, not to mention the fact that house parties have an tendency for kicked kegs halfway through the third quarter. This cannot stand.
The problem is that most sports bars aren't much better. Many have a way of offering food and drink specials that are anything but special, like that all-you-can-eat offer that features an aluminum tray filled with cold chicken wings, or the deal on pitchers aimed at working through a month-old Miller Lite keg.
The Super Bowl only comes once a year, and it's your duty to treat the event like the special holiday it is. Here are five bars and restaurants that will have TVs featuring the big game, and that should be significantly more fun than hanging out at your neighbor's place with a bowl of salsa and the sads.More »