Are you ready for some football…watch parties and dining specials in honor of Super Bowl LVI? Cheer on the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals as they square off on Feb. 13 from these Phoenix hot spots or in the comfort of your own home with tasty take-out specials.
W Scottsdale will gear up for Super Bowl LVI on Feb. 13. Hosting its Ninth Annual Skybox Sunday Viewing Experience, the hotel’s watch party for the big game will feature a poolside big-screen LED video wall, VIP cabana televisions and dedicated Cottontail Lounge Viewing Suites, along with a football simulator for guests to take part in the action.
From Feb. 6 to Feb. 13, eegee’s is offering $6.99 off any catering order that has a Fun Pak (serves 50) or Party Pak (serves 25) and a 3-ft. sub sandwich (serves 12 to 15). For that week only, eegee’s will also bring back their popular watermelon eegee flavor. Guests can enter the code GAMEPLAN at checkout when they place an order online at order.eegees.com or mention “Game Plan” at checkout in-store.
Pedal Haus Brewery is hosting a watch party at all three locations (Tempe, Phoenix and Chandler). Come early and enjoy the Sunday Funday drink specials including $2 off select Pedal Haus beers and margaritas, $3 off Bloody Marys, $5 Haus wine by the glass, $4 mimosas and $5 BeerMosas. There will be live music from 1 to 4 p.m. and, at half time, a Stein-holding contest with prizes.
Kelly’s at SouthBridge in Old Town welcomes all Super Bowl LVI viewers to watch the game on its two dozen flat-screen TVs–with sound on! Enjoy beer buckets and game-day grub in the bar or dining area, on the two large (heated) patios, in personal viewing lounges or in the private event rooms where bottle service is available.
Phoenix’s Fly Bye by Fox Restaurant Concepts has a to-go offer that’s sure to make you the hero of half-time. The $48 & Fly Bundle serves four to six and includes choice of one pizza (cheese, pepperoni or sausage), 16-piece wings, choice of two sauces, a Caesar salad and a Fly Bye branded football . Preordering begins Feb. 5.
Blue Clover Distillery’s limited-time Super Bowl cocktail, The Confetti, is a fruit-forward libation made with Blue Clover’s handcrafted Hatch green chile vodka, fresh lime juice, sours, agave, passion fruit, pineapple and Blue Clover Red Chile Habanero Bitters. Plus, order a Super Bowl takeout package for pickup and score a deal: buy any artisanal, house-made 750 mL bottle of Blue Clover Vodka or Blue Clover Gin and get green chile nachos for just $30.
Trapp Haus BBQ introduces new take-out platters to feed the whole team. Platters feature choice of one of the following, including 25 for $25 each: Jumbo Philly Crack Wings, brisket mac & cheese egg rolls and sliders (choice of pork, brisket or chicken). Pick-up time arranged upon order. Trapp Haus is open for dine-in on Super Bowl Sunday, featuring its newly expanded dining area with full bar.
Catch the big game at The District Stage at Tempe Marketplace on the outdoor LED Screen. Start the day at noon and enjoy a DJ from Power 98.3. Sip on delicious cocktails at the Dave & Buster’s pop-up bar or takeout specials from several other restaurants at Tempe Marketplace.
Macayo’s Mexican Food locations are serving up the ultimate Big Game takeout package. The package serves eight to 10 people and includes chips and salsa, two dozen mini chimis, one dozen cheese enchiladas, one dozen crispy tacos and two pints each of rice and beans for $64.99, plus tax. Orders must be placed by 4 p.m. on Feb. 11. Pick-up details arranged upon order.
Eat by Stacey Weber is offering special Party Boxes for the big game that are a ready-to-serve and family-sized (feeds four). Options include creamy buffalo dip with veggie dippers, oven-roasted lemon-parmesan chicken wings, potstickers and more. EAT also offers items that are gluten-free and dairy-free. Pre-orders will be available through Thursday, Feb. 10, until 8 a.m. and will be ready for pick up on Sunday, Feb. 13, until 4 p.m.
Match Market & Bar in Phoenix is offering a scrumptious alternative to standard game-day grub with its new Chef’s Boards, each with a selection of cheeses, cured meats, seasonal fresh fruit, assorted jams and spreads, olive mix, pickled vegetables, candies nuts and crostini. Chef’s Boards start at $99 to serve six to eight people and go up to $309 to serve 20 to 30 people. Boards are available by pre-order, and orders must be made by Saturday, Feb. 12. Upon order, payment will be taken and pick-up time arranged.
If you place a catering order of $150 or more for the Super Bowl at Miracle Mile Deli, they’ll throw in a free cookie platter. (Miracle Mile Deli is closed on Sundays, so catering must be picked up at 5 p.m. on Feb. 12.)
Dine inside or on The Mexicano’s expansive patio to watch the Super Bowl. The restaurant will host several 16-oz. game-day beer specials, including $8 Modelo Negro, Dos Equis Especial, Helton Boysenberry Sour and more.
Tailgate with U.S. Egg, as the restaurant is offering guests a buy one, get one free Tailgate Bloody Mary (topped with bacon, to boot).
Twin Peaks, with nearly 100 large-screen TVs, is a favorite spot to watch the big game and specials include $4.25 shots of Fireball, Jack Daniels, Jose Cuervo and more; $5 Bloody Marys, Long Island Iced Teas, margaritas, sparkling wines, mimosas and more; and $16 buckets of five domestic beers, to name a few.
All day Super Bowl Sunday, Koibito Poke’s four Valley locations will be giving a free fountain drink with purchase to anyone wearing a football jersey. Best part is, when you’re stopping in for your poke bowl, you can score big with all day happy hour that includes $2 off signature bowls, $3 beers and $5 wines, sakes and seltzers. Plus, Koibito Poke will be officially launching $1 off their new sides on happy hour on Feb. 13.
Eat Up Drive in Arcadia can cater your Super Bowl bash with homestyle-cooked family-sized meals that include your choice of a protein and two sides. With gluten-free and vegetarian and vegan options, there is something for everyone on the menu. Single-sized meals also available. Orders can be placed online or by phone at 602.441.4750.
Scottsdale’s Mavrix is hosting a Big Game watch party from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 13. With dozens of televisions throughout the venue and a 5,000-sq.-ft. patio featuring a 20-ft. Jumbotron, Mavrix offers top-notch viewing capabilities. Its Game Day packages start at $40 per person and offer a variety of dining and gaming perks.
From 5 to 10 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday, guests can get unlimited kart racing for $56 along with $3 draft beer and half-off appetizers.