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Where to Eat and Drink for the Super Bowl in Boston

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    Many restaurants and bars throughout Boston are planning special Super Bowl-themed parties and menus.

    Whether you're looking for take-out to bring home for the big game or a place to go with friends, there are many places you can visit.

    Kings Bowl America

    Fans can rent out a private screening room at the Burlington location that holds 50 guests at the restaurant. The Crown Studio Room is available for $500 per hour and food packages are $31.99 per person. Snacks include nacho chips with queso, assorted pizzas, Kings Wings, pulled pork sliders, buffalo chicken wontons, and buckets of beer.

    At the Dedham, Lynnfield, and Back Bay locations, fans can come and watch the game on one of the numerous big screen TVs and enjoy Super Bowl snacks.

    For more information visit www.kingsbowlamerica.com

    Canary Square- Jamaica Plain

    Canary Square will be hosting the Canary Square Super Bowl party beginning at 5:00 p.m. Those interested can enjoy an all you can eat buffet for $20 that includes a "build it yourself" nacho bar, smokey baby back ribs, chicken tenders, garlic bread pizza, and more. The game will be playing on the numerous TVs and fans can also play games such as cornhole throughout the evening.

    Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar- South Boston

    If you're looking to grab food and head back to your couch for the big game, Loco has you covered. Fans can order a Taco Box online at www.locosouthboston.com/taco-box. Fans can chose from tacos, salads, and sides and fill up their box with taco favorites such as salsa, guacamole, street corn, and chicken wings.

    The Smoke Shop- Kendall Square

    Fans can choose take-out options or visit the restaurant on game day. Those who are interested in take-out can order the Half Time Hero which includes wings, ribs, mac and cheese, corn bread, and port sliders that serves up to 22 people. For fans looking to stay for a while, there are different packages available for purchase. The General Admission package includes a reserved seat in the dining room as well as a dinner and dessert buffet. The Owner's Box is a $75 package for 12-14 people that includes a separate area as well as beer, the buffet, and your own roasted pig. Fore more information visit www.thesmokeshopbbq.com.

    Hugh O'Neills- Malden

    Hugh O'Neills will be showing the game on 7 HD TV's as well as a big screen on Sunday. The gameday menu features $5 appetizers as well as .50 cent wings.

    Coppa Boston- South End

    Coppa Boston is offering two different take-out packages: the Gronk Spike and Brady's Back. The Gronk Spike serves 4-6 people and you get 3 grinders, 3 pizzas, and a caesar salad for $100. The Brady's Back serves 10-12 people and for $175 you get 6 grinders, 6 pizzas, and a caesar salad.

    Loretta's Last Call- Boston

    Interested in a more country-themed Super Bowl party? Lorettas is holding a watch party where fans can drink Patriots inspired cocktails and eat their famous wings. There will be giveaways as well as cornhole on the patio. 

    Cask 'n Flagon- Boston

    Interested in a bar near Fenway for Super Bowl Sunday? Head to Cask 'n Flagon where they will have $18 Coors Light game specials as well as potato wedge nachos topped with jack cheese, shredded lettuce, chopped onions, diced tomatoes, and jalepenos with guacamole, sour cream, and fresh pico de gallo.

    CASK N' FLAGON: 2,212The quintessential sports bar gets jammed with pre- and post-game revelers throwing back beers and downing patty melts, steak tips and ribs—sense a theme?
    Photo credit: Facebook/Cask n' Flagon

    The Playwright Bar- South Boston

    Fans can head to this popular bar in Southie to watch the game. The party starts at 5 p.m. and the first 100 guests will get a Super Bowl square in the Playwright pool. There will be game themed drink specials as well. 

    Tapestry- Boston

    For fans who are looking for other take-out options, Tapestry is offering "Tapestry to Go." You can pre-order pizzas, wings, wood-oven roasted meatballs, burgers, and more online and pick up orders between 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. 

    Texas BBQ Bash at Chelsea Station Restaurant Bar and Lounge- Chelsea

    Football fans can head to the Chelsea Station Restaurant Bar and Lounge for Texas BBQ complete with slow smoked beef brisket, pulled pork, BBQ sausage, Texas style fried chicken and all the sides. For $25 fans can eat as much as they want. The restaurant will also have fun cocktails and prize drawings at half time. 

    Clerys- Boston

    Clerys in Boston is hosting their 6th Annual Football Party. For $25 per person, fans get two beers and an appetizer sampler platter for their group. There will also be a wing eating contest. 

    CBS Scene Restaurant and Bar- Foxboro

    Fans can head to the CBS Scene Restaurant and Bar located at Patriot Place for the big game. Tickets are $55 and fans get unlimited food such as wings, pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and desserts as well as two drink vouchers. There will be prizes and giveaways as well.

    Naco Taco- Cambridge

    Fans looking for an all-you-can-eat taco buffet should head to Naco Taco in Cambridge on Super Bowl Sunday. For $37 diners will get the full buffet including six kinds of chicken wings, four kinds of sliders, hot dogs, build your own taco bar, chips and dips, and street corn. The game will be playing on a large projector screen as well as numerous TVs throughout the restaurant.

    Moody's Delicatessen and Provisions- Waltham

    For 440 per person, fans get meatballs, wings, dip, flatbreads, caramel corn, beef bacon mac and cheese, and more. Fans can also enjoy Trillium beer on tap. The party starts at 6 p.m. 

    Commonwealth Cambridge- Cambridge

    For fans interested in a take-out menu with tons of choices, head to Commonwealth Cambridge. For $30 per person, you get buffalo chicken dip, kale and artichoke dip, beef and black bean chili, subs, pulled pork, and build your own warm brownie sundae. Orders can be placed by Thursday and picked up Sunday between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. 

    Coppersmith- South Boston

    Coppersmith's in South Boston will be offering Super Bowl specials both in-house and for take-out. The B(rady) BBQ includes 3 racks of St. Louis Ribs, 1 quart of pit beans skillet, 1 quart of homemade coleslaw, 20 cheddar corn bites, and 1 quart of homemade BBQ sauce for $160. The Hungry (Edel)Man includes 1 pound of brisket, 1 pounds of pulled pork, 1 rack of St. Louis Ribs, 1 quart of pickles, 1 wuart of pit beans skillet, 1 quart of homemade coleslaw, and 20 cheddar corn bites for $160. 

    City Tap House- Boston

    Fans can watch the game at City Tap House on one of their 11 HDTVs or one of the three 80" screens. There will be specials like the 10 Spice Wings with blue cheese and veggies for $14 as well as the Pulled Pork nachos for $15. 

    Deadhorse Hill- Worcester

    Interested in a deli package for Super Bowl Sunday? Deadhorse Hill is offering a $200 package that feed 6-8. It includes brisket, pastrami, wings, sweet potato kinish, baked beans, cheese blintz, rye bread, pickles, mustard, and sauerkraut.

    Bertuccis

    Looking for pizza for the Super Bowl? Bertuccis is offering three different specials depending on your group size. For $29.99 you can get one pizza, 16 chicken wings, and wings, for $49.99 you can get three pizzas and 16 chicken wings plus rolls and for $79.99 you can get four pizzas, 32 chicken wings, 10 meatballs, salad, and rolls. 

    BurgerFi

    BurgerFi is offering fans a deal on cheeseburgers. You can order $10 cheeseburgers for $50 on game day.