So the Pittsburgh Steelers are staying home.
So you're sick of hearing about those Harbaugh brothers.
So you're cold, you're tired of being cold and you don't feel like doing much that involves venturing out in the cold.
Still, that big game scheduled for Sunday IS the Super Bowl, after all, and it's being played in one of the coolest U.S. cities. Should you find yourself getting into the mood to watch the contest between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, you're going to need some refreshments throughout.
Pine-Richland Patch brings you some suggestions for spots around town that are historically good places to eat and watch a game. If you plan to stay at home and cook Super Bowl food, be sure to check out grocery specials with this link that lets you comparison shop without leaving the comfort of your home.
Here are our suggestions for places to watch the game. Just click on the name to find the address, website and more in Patch's directory:
North Park Clubhouse
Buffalo Wild Wings
Bonnie & Clyde's
The Dive Bar & Grille—Featuring "Indifference Bowl" specials
Scoreboard Restaurant & Lounge
Atria's in Wexford
Atria's in Gibsonia
Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar
Walnut Grove Restaurant and Bar
If we missed your favorite place, please list it in the comments section below.
- Super Bowl XLVII, to be played at the Superdome, represents the 10th time the game has been played in New Orleans.
- San Francisco ranks 14th on the list of the nation’s most populous cities. with an estimated population of 812,826. Baltimore ranks 24th, with an estimated population of 619,493. The host city ranks 51st.
- 52 percent of San Francisco residents 25 and older hold a bachelor’s degree or higher, while 85.9 percent have at least graduated from high school. In Baltimore, 27.5 percent of residents 25 and older hold a bachelor’s degree or higher, while 80.5 percent have at least graduated from high school. In New Orleans, those rates are 32.4 percent and 83.7 percent, while nationally they're 28.5 percent and 85.9 percent.
- San Francisco and Baltimore residents, on average, need 29.6 minutes to get to work each day. In the host city, the commute is a little shorter, at 22.7 minutes.
- In San Francisco, 46 percent of residents age 5 and older speak a language other than English at home. In Baltimore, that number is 5 percent, while in New Orleans it's 9 percent. The national average is 20.8 percent.
- The median household income in San Francisco is $69,894, while in Baltimore it's $38,721. In New Orleans, the median household earns $35,041. Nationally, the median household income is $50,502.
- The median value of an owner-occupied home in San Francisco is $719,800, while in Baltimore it's $154,400. In New Orleans, the median value is $185,400, while nationally, it's $173,600.
How are you planning to take in the big game Sunday? Tell us in the comments.