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Everything's bigger in Texas at Patio Grill Super Bowl parties

Posted 10:35pm on Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011

The Patio Grill on McKinney Ave. in Uptown is always a fun spot to catch a football game on a nice fall afternoon. While it tends to have a much more laid back vibe than some of its neighbors, it will be one of the see and be seen spots simply due to the presence of Bonnie-Jill Laflin at the Everything's Bigger in Texas "Live" celebrity charity party on Saturday, Feb. 5. Full disclosure, Bonnie-Jill is definitely my dream girl! She is a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, ESPN broadcaster and current scout for the Los Angeles Lakers. Bonnie-Jill has a Super Bowl ring and three NBA championship rings and has been named to Maxim's Top 100 Hottest Females in the World! Amber Leigh Hartman from "The Blonde Side" is also a host of Saturday night's festivities. Red carpet arrivals will be from 6 to 8 p.m.

And if that is not enough, Justin Timberlake's supergroup Free Sol is providing the Saturday evening entertainment. Rumors abound that Timberlake himself will be at the Patio Grill to see his band play and hang out at the Super Bowl party.

If you have any energy left from the Jesse Jane party on Thursday or Bonnie-Jill's event on Saturday, the third leg of the "Everything's Bigger in Texas" party trifecta is Sunday afternoon as they are a holding a "Menage a Trois" watching party at the Patio Grill Playboy playmates and pro athletes will be hanging out to watch the big game. For further information on these parties and a chance to win VIP tickets to one of the three events, visit here.

PATIO GRILL, 3403 MCKINNEY AVE., DALLAS TX

FOR ALL THINGS SUPER BOWL XLV VISIT DFW.COM/SUPERBOWL AND FOLLOW JAY ON TWITTER @THEFAMOUSJAY

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