So it's Super Bowl XLVII Sunday and you still have not decided where to watch the big game or if you should just spend what should be a national holiday at home in front of your own big screen. If you have gone through our initial list of DFW Super Bowl watch spots and still find yourself undecided, not to worry because there are many more options and the game doesn't kick off until 5:30.
Here is a random sampling of a few DFW spots to check out for the San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens:
Twin Peaks is celebrating the big game with its 2013 Fantasy Bowl Party. For the price tag of $60, fans get all-you-can-eat from the Super Fantasy menu, a $25 Fantasy Card that is good for merchandise and drinks and a manly swag bag. There are six Twin Peaks locations in DFW.
Del Frisco's Grille in Uptown will have the game on eight HD TVs with $7 specials on appetizers such as Cheesesteak Eggrolls, Pimento Cheese Fritters, Lollipop Chicken Wings and Roasted Tomato Flatbread and $4 Draft Beers, $5 Honey Badger shots, $5 select wines and $7 VIP Martinis.
The Nodding Donkey Texas Sports Saloon in Uptown is hosting its 3rd Annual Super Bowl Bash from 2-10pm. All-inclusive tickets are $108.25 ($10 of each seat goes to Make-A-Wish). Lunch buffet will be open all afternoon followed by a dinner buffet that begins at halftime. Activities include a strongman competition, flip football and football squares.
Three Sheets' Super Sunday party is a special edition of its 3-year running "Hair of the Dog" Happy Hour featuring drink specials, plenty of TVs inside and out on the patio and DJs before and after the game. Brunch and $10 bottomless mimosas will be served from 11am-3pm.
6th Street Uptown is hosting the 1st Annual Service Industry Super Bowl Sunday party with a pre-party featuring sounds by DJ Pete Mash beginning at 2 pm. There will be $3 Call Its and $18 buckets from 2 to close. After the game will be a raffle featuring items such as Kenny Chesney tickets, Mavs tickets, Stars tickets and a spa day at ZaZa.
La Buena Vida Vineyards in Grapevine is known for its wine tasting events. For Super Bowl XLVII, the are hosting the Super Bowl 'Wine and Wings' watch party with its new High Definition 60'' screen and Happy Hour specials all day.
Vee Lounge in downtown Fort Worth, fresh off its Grand Opening bash in Friday evening, will be showing the big game on two 90" HD screens and 23 HD TVs throughout the new hot spot. There will also be a special Super Bowl food menu.
The Pour House on West 7th in Fort Worth is the place for the Super Bowl XLVII Tailgate party will feature a tailgate menu with items such as Chili Cheese Dogs, Chili Cheese Fries and Wings Galore. There will also be specials on Bud, Bud Light and Michelob Ultra buckets. A 43" plasma TV will be raffled and karaoke begins when the game ends.
McFadden's Addison fresh off its One-Year Birthday Party, will be hosting its Super Bowl Sunday party with the game on over 40 HD TVs and a Halftime Wing Eating contest. Table reservation packages are available from $10-$25 by calling Sarah at (469) 206-3610.
Sambuca360 in the Shops at Legacy is hosting its Super Bow watch party on eight flat screens specials on beer buckets, trivia games and a sexy cheerleader contest.
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