Hungry for a Roethlis-Burger? Green Bay Brat Bath? Read On!
Didn't get invited to a party? Just want to get outta the house on Sunday? Here's some local bars and eateries where you can take in Super Bowl XLV.
Super Bowl XLV may take place in Texas, and involve teams from Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, but we've got a few local New Jersey bars, pubs and eateries that will make you feel like you're there!
Game time is 6:30 p.m. with the game airing on FOX.
Hat Tavern at The Grand Summit Hotel
Starting at 5 p.m, free peanuts, popcorn, soft pretzels, nachos plus food, beer and drink specials indigenous to the teams cities (see below):
GREEN BAY PACKERS
WISCONSIN CHEESE SOUP - $5
GREEN BAY BRAT BATH (Grilled Brats simmered w/sautéed onions and beer) - $6
ROETHLIS-BURGER (Ground beef and Italian sausage blend on a onion roll w/bacon, cheddar cheese, provolone, BBQ sauce and ranch dressing) - $7
PITTSBURGH HOAGIE (Sauteed pastrami with cole slaw, sliced tomatoes, and French fries on a hoagie roll) - $7
Marco Polo is offering $3 beers, $12 liters of sangria and 412 half liters of "Marcoritas."
In addition, the restaurant has a special menu filled with football staples such as the "1-pound MAN burger" for $10.95 and a dozen wings for $7.95. Also you can build your own platter with two, three or four appetizers for betwen $6.95 and $10.95.
Happy Hour throughout the game; $5 apps, $5.99 pitcher specials, other drink specials and giveaways during game.
$3 beer specials at bar only; Tailgate-special menu featuring ribs, chili, hot dogs, etc.; complimentary nacho buffet.
$30 Super Bowl buffet and drinks (SOLD OUT); Take out orders are available.
If you want to head out of town, check out these out hot spots to watch the game:
St. James's Gate Publick House is offering the Rothlisberger Burger special — a cheeseburger with onion, lettuce, tomato and taylor ham topped with a fried egg and a side of Publick chips for $8.99. More specials are on the menu and are being updated as you read! Check the website (where they also have a handy-dandy countdown clock to St. Paddy's Day). And if the "Kegs & Eggs" breakfast viewings of FIFA World Cup soccer were any indication, The Gate will be the place to be for Super Bowl fun!
Martini Bistro & Bar isn't a sports bar, but they always have the big games on the television. Martini's is known for, what else, its martinis. The "sunny peach" martini was a competitor in a national competition and featured in GQ magazine.