Monday, January 14, 2013

Where to Eat for Super Bowl Sunday

Everyone (but non-sports lovers like me) is abuzz with the Falcon's Super Bowl prospects. So start planning your Super Bowl Sunday now...

Del Frisco’s Grille
3376 Peachtree Rd.
AtlantaGA 30326
Del Frisco’s Grille is the place to watch football in comfort and style on one of their many flat screen TV’s inside or on the heated double-decker patio. Share a flatbread, cheesesteak eggrolls and deviled eggs with fans and choose from one of their signature cocktails or local brews to cheer your team on to victory!

Southern Art and Bourbon Bar
3315 Peachtree Road, NE
AtlantaGA 30326
Spend Super Bowl Sunday in sophistication and style with a New Orleans and Mardi Gras-inspired party at Southern Art and Bourbon Bar! On Sunday, February 3, join the Southern eatery for a festive football soiree in the lobby – complete with a large, flat screen TV and New Orleans-style bites (think po’boys and gumbo). What Mardi Gras-themed party would be complete without sazeracs and hurricanes? Head mixologist Clay Livingston will be whipping up Nola classics for guests to enjoy while they cheer on their favorite team.

Do at the View
955 W. Marietta Street
AtlantaGA 30318
For fans who are serious about game day, big screens and chicken wings are old news. At Do at the View, game day goes high tech as this restaurant and bar offers an experience unlike any other with interactive electronic walls that immerse you in game play as if you were on the field. A dining room that literally comes alive around you during the big game, along with state of the art lighting and sound, creates a panoramic expanse of Super Bowl euphoria. Browse through full iPad menu of delicious appetizers, gourmet pizzas and signature desserts, as well of one of the city’s largest cocktail menus, and enjoy instantaneous ordering while you watch the game.

Big Kahuna
303 Peachtree Center Avenue, NE
AtlantaGeorgia 30308
Big Kahuna is new to SunTrust Plaza but sure to become downtown Atlanta’s game day headquarters. This beach-inspired restaurant and bar has a laid back vibe and menu that are sure to please. Appetizers range from surf to turf, but the humamole– a fresh blend of guacamole and hummus – is a must-have. Entrees include top-quality, made to order burgers and Cali-Mex tacos, Baja fajitas, seafood and salads, and bartenders will be serving Big Kahuna’s unique lineup of margaritas, surf-tinis,mules, mojitos and more. Speaking of the bar, there’s an 80” HD flat-screen TV hanging above it – perfect for in-your-face game play on the big day.

Melting Pot
Four Atlanta-area locations
As the guys take their seats in front of the TV to watch the big game, ladies can “huddle” at one of The Melting Pot’s four Atlanta-area locations for Girls’ Night Out! Football widows and their friends will enjoy a fabulous three-course fondue meal – for under 700 calories – as The Melting Pot introduces its new “Skinny Dipping” menu! No need to give up the New Year’s Resolution when gathering with the girls! Guests will savor a choice of salad, entrĂ©e and an ultra decadent dark chocolate fondue for just $19.99 per person. Signature skinny cocktails will be on-hand for those who wish to imbibe.

Twisted Taco
Seven Atlanta-area locations
Twisted Taco locations throughout the Atlanta-metro area are the prime spot for premium sports viewing! On Sunday, February 3, each Tex-Mex cantina will showcase the big game on the plethora of HDTVs located throughout the restaurants, including the tableside TVs for guests to control the action! Drink specials will include:

o        $15.00 Bud Light Buckets
o        $3.00 Bud Light Drafts
o        $2.50 Twisted Brew Drafts



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