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Where to Find Super Bowl Specials and Parties Around Metro Detroit

Wings, nachos, drink specials, and more available in-person or for takeout

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Lions fans are rejoicing — not because the Lions made it to Super Bowl LVI or anything — but because longtime former Detroit favorite Matthew Stafford took the LA Rams to the big game this year (hey, we’ll take what we can get, right?). That’s reason enough to tune in to the big game. For those who plan on rooting when Stafford’s Chargers face-off with the Cincinnati Bengals, those who are in it for the commercials, or even for those die-hard Puppy Bowl fans (hey, doggo has to have fun, too, right?), there are plenty of options around town that are either airing the game in-person on February 13 (with drink and food specials) or serving up social-distancing-friendly takeout specials for game-viewing at home. Here’s where to score on beer, tacos, wings, pizza, pierogi, and all other manner of calorie-crammed snacks and drinks on Super Bowl Sunday around metro Detroit.

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Los Altos Restaurant

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The folks behind Los Altos (and sister restaurants La Palapa Del Parian at 1633 Lawndale St. and Los Arcos at 4327 Allen Road in Allen Park) will all air the big game and offer drink specials, including $18 buckets of beer, shot specials, and margaritas for $6. Dig in on shareable appetizers like queso flameado, guacamole, asada fries, a big plate of tacos, as well as a variety of spicy or citrusy cocktails and micheladas.

El Asador Steakhouse

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Because you can never go wrong with tacos, El Asador is offering an array of take-home party trays starting at $18. Select taco tray options from steak or chicken fajita, carne asada, chorizo and potato, ground beef or shredded chicken, mahi mahi, shrimp diabla, or mix and match. Each tray comes with 12 tacos. For the month of February, El Asador is also serving chicken wings, tossed with a variety of salsa options. Orders must be placed by February 12 and customers should note a pick-up time. A member of the restaurant’s staff will call guests to let them know when their orders are ready to be picked up. Call or order online here.

Mallie's Sports Grill & Bar

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Super Bowl Sunday is a big production at Mallie’s. The restaurant features plenty of flatscreen TVs for premier football viewing and is currently accepting reservations. Very limited seating goes for $50. Admission includes unlimited drink and food access to a pizza bar, sloppy joes, hot dogs, a nacho and taco bar, an appetizer bar, a burger bar, sub sandwiches, and barbecued pulled pork.

Detroit Wing Company

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Known for its all-natural wings and 20 homemade sauces and dry rubs, all Detroit Wing Company locations have take-home and delivery options for the big day. Choose from bone-in, boneless, and vegetarian-friendly mac ‘n cheese and plant-based tenders.

BLUE FINN BAR & GRILL

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Itching to go all out after COVID restrictions hampered big party plans? Blue Finn Bar & Grill is hosting an in-person Super Bowl party, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets start at $20 and include a complementary snack buffet, limited free drinks, and a cash bar. For $375, VIP ticket holders get tickets for four guests, a reserved couch, a bottle of Moet, and choice of a platter of chicken wings or 12 grilled lamb chops. For tickets, click here.

The Loving Touch

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The Loving Touch is hosting its first-ever Super Bowl party this year. The limited capacity event will feature multiple big screens, an all-you-can-eat buffet, cash bar, a drawing for WAB a gift certificate or Loving Touch show ticket at half time. Tickets can be purchased via Ticketweb by clicking here or at The Emory during business hours.

FRAMEbar (joebar)

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For Super Bowl fans who can’t imagine the big game without scarfing down a big pizza pie, Frame Bar (formerly Joe Bar) in Hazel Park will offer Val’s Pizza, available for car-side pickup in its backlot.

Frame Bar’s monthly rotating cast of chef residencies is featuring Val’s February 9 through March 6. For more information, click here.

Small's

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Hamtramck concert venue Small’s is turning into a sports bar on Super Bowl Sunday complete with a 25-foot TV. The bar will be offering pierogi nachos, $1 off tallboys and well drinks, and will not be charging a cover fee for entry. Doors open at 5 p.m. Guests must provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

Beyond Juicery + Eatery

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Rooting for Team Puppy Bowl? Don’t leave out the doggo on game day. Hit up select Beyond Juicery + Eatery locations for a healthy, frozen treat, certain to get the tail wagging. The pup cup is made with blended fresh bananas and peanut butter. Woof.

Pietrzyk Pierogi

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Planning a party at home? Pietrzyk Pierogi has a Super Bowl package that goes live starting February 1, with pickups on February 12. Each party pack comes with three- dozen pierogi, 12 kielbasa sliders, a pierogi taco kits that serves 12, and choice of sour cream for $109. Check the website for details.

Second Best

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This Midtown bar is hosting a Big Game party featuring $6 Coor’s Light pitchers, food specials and a raffle featuring a 50-inch LED TV, a Coor’s Light branded grill and cooler. The game will be aired on the spot’s 9-foot big screen TV.

Located inside the MGM Grand, TAP sports bar offers a relaxed dining atmosphere in a pub dedicated to sports. From top to bottom, TAP is decorated in memorabilia and offers 60 flat screen TVs, so you’ll be hard pressed to miss a touchdown.

Los Altos Restaurant

The folks behind Los Altos (and sister restaurants La Palapa Del Parian at 1633 Lawndale St. and Los Arcos at 4327 Allen Road in Allen Park) will all air the big game and offer drink specials, including $18 buckets of beer, shot specials, and margaritas for $6. Dig in on shareable appetizers like queso flameado, guacamole, asada fries, a big plate of tacos, as well as a variety of spicy or citrusy cocktails and micheladas.

El Asador Steakhouse

Because you can never go wrong with tacos, El Asador is offering an array of take-home party trays starting at $18. Select taco tray options from steak or chicken fajita, carne asada, chorizo and potato, ground beef or shredded chicken, mahi mahi, shrimp diabla, or mix and match. Each tray comes with 12 tacos. For the month of February, El Asador is also serving chicken wings, tossed with a variety of salsa options. Orders must be placed by February 12 and customers should note a pick-up time. A member of the restaurant’s staff will call guests to let them know when their orders are ready to be picked up. Call or order online here.

Mallie's Sports Grill & Bar

Super Bowl Sunday is a big production at Mallie’s. The restaurant features plenty of flatscreen TVs for premier football viewing and is currently accepting reservations. Very limited seating goes for $50. Admission includes unlimited drink and food access to a pizza bar, sloppy joes, hot dogs, a nacho and taco bar, an appetizer bar, a burger bar, sub sandwiches, and barbecued pulled pork.

Detroit Wing Company

Known for its all-natural wings and 20 homemade sauces and dry rubs, all Detroit Wing Company locations have take-home and delivery options for the big day. Choose from bone-in, boneless, and vegetarian-friendly mac ‘n cheese and plant-based tenders.

BLUE FINN BAR & GRILL

Itching to go all out after COVID restrictions hampered big party plans? Blue Finn Bar & Grill is hosting an in-person Super Bowl party, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets start at $20 and include a complementary snack buffet, limited free drinks, and a cash bar. For $375, VIP ticket holders get tickets for four guests, a reserved couch, a bottle of Moet, and choice of a platter of chicken wings or 12 grilled lamb chops. For tickets, click here.

The Loving Touch

The Loving Touch is hosting its first-ever Super Bowl party this year. The limited capacity event will feature multiple big screens, an all-you-can-eat buffet, cash bar, a drawing for WAB a gift certificate or Loving Touch show ticket at half time. Tickets can be purchased via Ticketweb by clicking here or at The Emory during business hours.

FRAMEbar (joebar)

For Super Bowl fans who can’t imagine the big game without scarfing down a big pizza pie, Frame Bar (formerly Joe Bar) in Hazel Park will offer Val’s Pizza, available for car-side pickup in its backlot.

Frame Bar’s monthly rotating cast of chef residencies is featuring Val’s February 9 through March 6. For more information, click here.

Small's

Hamtramck concert venue Small’s is turning into a sports bar on Super Bowl Sunday complete with a 25-foot TV. The bar will be offering pierogi nachos, $1 off tallboys and well drinks, and will not be charging a cover fee for entry. Doors open at 5 p.m. Guests must provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

Beyond Juicery + Eatery

Rooting for Team Puppy Bowl? Don’t leave out the doggo on game day. Hit up select Beyond Juicery + Eatery locations for a healthy, frozen treat, certain to get the tail wagging. The pup cup is made with blended fresh bananas and peanut butter. Woof.

Pietrzyk Pierogi

Planning a party at home? Pietrzyk Pierogi has a Super Bowl package that goes live starting February 1, with pickups on February 12. Each party pack comes with three- dozen pierogi, 12 kielbasa sliders, a pierogi taco kits that serves 12, and choice of sour cream for $109. Check the website for details.

Second Best

This Midtown bar is hosting a Big Game party featuring $6 Coor’s Light pitchers, food specials and a raffle featuring a 50-inch LED TV, a Coor’s Light branded grill and cooler. The game will be aired on the spot’s 9-foot big screen TV.

TAP

Located inside the MGM Grand, TAP sports bar offers a relaxed dining atmosphere in a pub dedicated to sports. From top to bottom, TAP is decorated in memorabilia and offers 60 flat screen TVs, so you’ll be hard pressed to miss a touchdown.

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