Where Will You Go For The Super Bowl?
Patch recommends 5 fun places.
It’s Thursday, and you’re firming up plans for the Super Bowl. Or not.
Patch is coming to the rescue. We’ve got the best bets for your Go Steelers! weekend. Check our picks for The Big Game.
Where/When: 12087 Perry Highway in Pine Tree Shoppes, Wexford; Sunday at 5 p.m.
Why Go: All-you-can-eat tailgate buffet and drink specials. Plus there are a few things for the kids to do, like coloring and board games.
Pricing: $15 for unlimited buffet of hoagies, wings, nachos, Tavern fries and other tapas. $1.50 Coors Light Pints, $2 Yuengling Pints, $3 selected martinis, $4 selected cocktails
2. Buffalo Wild Wings Super Bowl Celebration
Where/When: 500 Grandview Crossing Drive, Gibsonia; Sunday, regular hours are 11 a.m. to midnight.
Why Go: The wings are delicious and the TVs are plentiful.
Pricing: Appetizers ... oops, I meant "Starters" range from a few bucks to $11.39 for a sampler. Sandwiches run $7-$8. Combos cost about $12-$15. Wings start at $4.99 for 6 regular wings and go up to $35.99 for 50 boneless wings.
3. Dive Bar and Grille on Super Bowl Sunday
Where/When: 12017 Perry Highway, Wexford, Sunday, regular hours are 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Why go: Really cool place that is not a dive at all. Two-hour specials begin at kickoff. They're also compiling a few gifts and giveaways for before, during and after the game.
Pricing: Appetizers -- $6 and up; sliders and burgers, $7-$10; salads, $6 and up; entrees, $12-$22.
4. North Park Clubhouse Super Bowl Blow-out
Where/When: 5301 Ranalli Drive, Gibsonia; Sunday starting at 5 p.m.
Why go? All-you-can-eat buffet. They'll also be giving away one Steelers jersey every quarter and a set of Penguins tickets at the end of the game. Oh, and they're bringing in another big screen TV so no one misses a thing.
Pricing: Advance prices are $40 (includes alcohol) and $30 (does not include alcohol). The day before and the day of the Super Bowl, add $10 to both ticket prices.
Where/When: 10501 Perry Hwy, Wexford; Sunday starting at 3 p.m.
Why go: A halftime buffet that's sort of a traditional tailgate/football food menu, but better. This is special -- they are normally closed on Sundays. Besides, there are 10 high-definition big-screen TVs.
Pricing: Beer starts at $3 for Coors Light and goes up to $8 for a Lindeman's Framboise. They offer wheat styles, nitro beers, microbeers and other imports, fruit beers/cider, seasonal/special brews and even root beer ($2.25).