Sports bars, restaurants and movie grills will show the big game and offer food/drink specials on Super Bowl Sunday.
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Fox Sports Grill
The doors open Super Bowl Sunday at 11 a.m. for an amazing Brunch and Bloody Mary Bar between the hours of 11-2 (served every Sunday).
Reservations: FOX is accepting reservations/secured with a credit card. No charges made unless you do not cancel within 24 hours of the reservation time/then you’re charged a $25 cancellation fee. No cover. Food & Beverage minimums associated with seating and tables. F&B minimum for a single seat is $20, $25 for a table for two and $50 for a table of four.
Sports aficionados and the casual fan alike will enjoy unobstructed sight lines in a state-of-the-art viewing environment, where multiple plasma and large-scale projection screens broadcast the big game.
Location: 5741 Legacy Drive, Plano, TX. 972-312-1369.
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It's The ultimate place to watch the big game on super big screens. Pretty electric environment. You can stop by the lobby bar, visit the rowdy section, or sit in your own theatre.
Cost: No admission is charged but you must purchase either a $15 food and beverage coupon or $25 food/bev coupon for a reserved seat. Full service bar and restaurant. The good news is you don't have to leave your seat if you want more popcorn.
Reservations: Make them now online. The Lewisville location is already sold out.
Locations: Arlington, Dallas, Lewisville (sold out), Plano
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I've actually been to a Super Bowl watching party at Champps and it was great. They have lots of loud TVs so you can hear the commercials and really great food. This is not your typical bar food. It's delicious, and yes, there are some healthy things on the menu too. But you can also get wing fix.
Locations: Dallas, Irving, and DFW Airport
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What: Not a bad seat in the house with over 30 HD plasma TVs.
Where: Frankie's Sports Bar Dallas, 3227 McKinney, Dallas, TX 75204. 214-999-8932. Also Frankie's in Lewisville at 2516 S. Stemmons, Lewisville, TX 75067. 214-488-1100.
Extras: Pool and video games.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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It's not just for baseball fans.
Food: You'll hit a home run with the Home Team Pizza (Alfredo sauce, ricotta, basil and mozzarella). It's delicious.
Where: Third Base is located at 821 Six Flags Drive, Arlington, Tx 76011. 817-633-8720. Also Third Base at 2390 Parkwood Blvd in Frisco. 214-618-4450.
Extras: Golden Tee and billiards.
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The Pour House is one of Fort Worth's favorite bars with lots of TVs.
Where: 2725 W. Seventh Street, Fort Worth. 817-335-2575
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There's a big screen TV on the patio (which is now enclosed and heated), and happy hour specials include $2.50 wells and domestics from 3 p.m. until 2 a.m. The kitchen is open from 3 to 10 p.m. Pigskin Radio will be doing a live podcast from the bar.
Every Sunday: is "Dog Day," where people can bring their spayed/neutered dogs to run around in the yard.
Where: Lee Harvey's, 1807 Gould Street, Dallas, TX 75215. 214-428-1555
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Sports, spirits and fun - they're billed as the best party in town.
Where: Multiple locations in Dallas and Fort Worth, plus Arlington, Carrollton, Lewisville and Richardson.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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An Irish Pub is always a great place to watch the game and sip a pint. Here's a list of some of DFW's coolest Irish Pubs.
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Blue Mesa Grill is offering a special Super Bowl XLV catering menu.