Televisions, food, drinks and good company—what more do you need for a fun Super Bowl party? A place to enjoy it! Here are five restaurants where you can do just that. Bring the gang, order up a plate of something good to eat and have fun rooting for your team.
Sonoma Chicken Coop is gearing up for the Super Bowl with a special barbecue of chicken, tri-tip and other juicy meats along with this week’s specials, which include grilled steak fajitas, tilapia scampi and a Cuban sandwich filled with ham, roasted pork and salami. Not to mention their extensive regular menu, including one for the kids. There’s plenty of space upstairs and down, and seven televisions to make sure you don’t miss a single run, pass or—touchdown!
Sonoma Chicken Coop opens at 9 a.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.
Come Sunday morning, Grill ‘Em Steakhouse & Bar will be heating up the grill and getting out the steaks for its Super Bowl bash. Rare or well-done? It’s up to you, because at Grill 'Em, you’re the cook. In addition to steaks, the menu includes burgers, sandwiches, pastas and salads. And from 2-7 p.m., it will offer Happy Hour discounted drinks and appetizers. Bring your buddies or the entire family and watch the game on one of the restaurant’s eight HD flat screen televisions. And with a full bar and 10 beers on draft, you won’t go thirsty.
Grill 'Em Steakhouse & Bar opens at 11 a.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.
Caper’s Eat & Drink is ready for the Super Bowl, and it's making a real party of it with a half-time buffet of Mexican and American food, a raffle and prizes. But it’s all about the game, and the eight televisions—including one large-projection TV—will put you right where the action is. Caper’s is a spacious restaurant with a nice, open feeling and plenty of tables for you and the gang. Its regular menu is quite eclectic, including marinated stir fry, several pasta dishes and meatloaf. It also has special menus just for martinis, desserts and kids.
Caper’s opens at 9 a.m. to serve brunch. Reservations are required for the half-time buffet.
Mountain Mike’s Pizza is always a fun place to grab a pizza and beer or soda, but that's even more true, come Super Bowl Sunday. The restaurant has 11—count ‘em, 11—televisions, and this Sunday, it'll offer up an all-you-can-eat salad, pizza and soda special. You can also order up appetizers like hot wings, garlic bread or jalepeño poppers. The menu includes oven-baked sandwiches, kids meals and “dessert pizza.”
Mountain Mike’s opens at 11 a.m. Sunday.
You can’t beat Coach’s Sports Bar & Grill for reasonable prices, tasty food and a fun crowd—all ready for the big game on Sunday. If seven HD flat-screen televisions aren’t enough, you’ll have a better view than anyone at the game itself with Coach’s large-projection TV. Kick back, order some burgers, fajitas, sandwiches, salads or one of the many side dishes or appetizers and enjoy the game at this friendly bar and grill.
Coach’s opens Sunday at 10 a.m. at 2240 Winchester Blvd. Call 408-379-2654.