If you’re sick of celebrating at home, then ditch the couch and nachos for an evening out on the town for Super Bowl Sunday. While the Patriots are unfortunately absent from this year’s match-up, a number of Boston-area eateries will be serving specials and hosting viewing parties for next weekend’s showdown. Whether you’re a fan of the Denver Broncos, the Seattle Seahawks, or just the commercials, try checking out these local establishments for the NFL’s big game.
BOKX 109 offers patrons a special tailgate package ($15/person) at the bar during the big game. The meal includes fan-favorite arena foods such as beef sliders, corn dogs, onion rings, french fries, and a bottled beer of your choice.
399 Grove St., Newton. 671-454-3399. hnewtonbokx.com
Cask ’n Flagon
Cask ’n Flagon will have plenty of snacks for hungry Super Bowl fans. Chef Donley Liburd has created special tailgate platters, featuring baby back ribs, barbecue chicken, barbecue pork, and beef brisket (choose two for $18, three for $26). Classic favorites like wings, burgers, and pizza will also be available. In addition to the food, the local sports bar will be offering a wide selection of cocktails and beers.
62 Brookline Ave., Boston. 617-536-4840.casknflagon.com
Football won’t be the only competition going on at Clery’s third annual Super Bowl party. Participants will have a chance to compete for prize packs and trophies in the bar’s wing eating contest. If you’d rather take your time while munching during the game, tickets to this year’s bash also include a choice of any two beers, an appetizer sampler platter during the first half of the game, and a pizza buffet at half time.
Tickets are $20 per person..
113 Dartmouth St., Boston. 617-262-9874. clerysboston.com
The North End pizzeria will be offering a day-long brunch on Super Bowl Sunday that will run from 11 a.m. until closing. The menu will feature items like egg-topped pizza, Italian-style chicken wings, and lobster-stuffed arancini. Ducali will also have a selection of Seattle and Denver beers available.
289 Causeway St., North End. 617-742-4144. duca.li
East End Grille
The East End Grille will be serving up the savings for Super Bowl Sunday. The Somerville restaurant is already popular among patrons for its 50 cent wings, but the East End Grille will also be offering a free buffet during half time on game day. Score!
118 Broadway, Somerville. 617-628-6000. eastendgrille.com
Poe’s Kitchen at The Rattlesnake
Poe’s Kitchen at The Rattlesnake will have private rooms available for booking on Super Bowl Sunday. The intimate viewing experience includes access to an indoor tailgate featuring a south of the border spread by chef Brian Poe (pictured). The eatery, which boasts several flatscreen televisions, will also have a selection of beers on hand.
384 Boylston St., Boston. 617-859-8555. poeskitchen.com
The Fort Point restaurant will be offering guests a freshly tapped cask of Domaine Dupont French cider from beer director Megan Parker-Gray, as well as a number of game day treats. Snacks created by chef Francisco Millan include lobster roe popcorn ($6), crispy glazed fish collars ($12), fried chicken wings (small is $8, large is $14), and more.
383 Congress St., Fort Point. 617-553-5900. row34.com
Shake Shack will be running a special “Two Pint Conversion’’ offer throughout Super Bowl weekend. From Jan. 30 to Feb. 2, both the Chestnut Hill and Harvard Square locations will be offering a buy one get one free promotion on all frozen custard. In addition to the free custard, customers will also receive a free mini foam football.
The Sinclair will be offering a host of tasty specials on game day. The Cambridge venue’s menu on Super Bowl Sunday will include roasted peanuts with keffir lime and chilis ($3), Narragansett corndogs (2 for $6) with coleslaw and mustard, Thai-Style chicken wings ($7), and plenty of brews on tap.
52 Church St., Cambridge. 617-451-7700. sinclaircambridge.com
Strega’s waterfront location will offer a selection of specialty cocktails on Super Bowl Sunday, including Italian apple-tinis and spezie cosmos. The restaurant will also be serving $5 appetizers starting at 4 p.m. on game day.
56 Northern Ave., Boston. 671-345-3992. stregawaterfront.com
The Arlington restaurant will have a variety of items available, including Super Bowl specials created by executive chef Paul Turano. The game day menu will include smoky cheese popcorn, spicy buffalo wings and even some healither options, like tuna tacos with avocado, red onion, and aji crema. Guests can also enjoy options from Tryst’s traditional menu.
689 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington. 781-641-2227. trystrestaurant.com
Westin Waltham Boston
The Seventy @ 3rd lounge at the Westin Waltham Boston will have a variety of game day snacks, including truffle-infused tater tots, sliced steak sliders and buffalo chicken flatbread. The eatery will also be offering a special chicken wing platter – a dozen wings tossed with buffalo, honey, or sweet chili sauce, and served with garlic-parmesan blue cheese dip and olive aioli.
70 Third Ave., Waltham. 781-290-5600. westinwalthamboston.com
Zebra’s Bistro & Wine Bar
The Medfield based bistro offers a special charcuterie party board for game day. Chef Brendan Pelley’s assortment of snacks ($75/board) will include a variety of cured meats, house baked crackers, artisan cheeses and more. Zebra’s will also have a special three course prix fixe menu available on Super Bowl Sunday.
Additionally, Zebra’s will offer a three course pre fix menu option for nonsports fan looking for a quiet place to eat on game day.
21 North St., Medfield. 508-359-4100. zebrasbistro.com