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What to Eat in Atlanta on Super Bowl Sunday

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Bone Lick BBQ.
| Photos: Sara Hanna Photography

Whether you plan on watching the game in a crowded bar while downing draft beers or you're hosting the ultimate football feast at home, Eater has your guide to the best places to eat and get eats for the Super Bowl this Sunday. From where to score free wings at halftime (yes, free!) to tips on the best beer buckets and drink specials, you'll be one sated fan— even if your team doesn't win.
—Laura Scholz


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Atkins Park

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This Atlanta mainstay is THE place for to-go platters on Super Bowl Sunday. Options include 50 Big Green Egg smoked wings with spicy barbecue sauce or 50 Atkins Park confit wings with sweet-chili garlic sauce and Atkins Park wing sauce, veggies, blue cheese and buttermilk ranch ($40). Other platters include 20 grass-fed beef cheeseburger sliders ($40), 20 Big Green Egg smoked pork sliders with tomato barbecue sauce ($40) and a nacho platter with tortilla chips, black beans, jalapenos, shredded lettuce, sour cream, salsa and queso ($35).

P'Cheen

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The party starts early at P’cheen International Bistro & Pub, which will be serving up a variety of Super Bowl food and drink specials this Sunday. In addition to the regular menu, Chef Alex Friedman will be whipping up an assortment of different wing appetizers, including P’cheen’s famous Thai grilled, Bone Lick Smokey Wangs, Buffalo, Habanero and Jerk seasoned, all at 5 for $5 and 12 for $10. To wash it all down, fans can enjoy bottomless mimosas, beer buckets, double fist combos and $3 specialty drafts. And don't miss out on the popcorn bar, which comes complete with an array of toppings. A DJ will kick off the festivities at 5 p.m. sharp.

The Family Dog

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Join The Family Dog for a $45 an-all-you-can-drink menu of draught, bottled and canned beers, wine and well cocktails PLUS an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring snacks such as shaved “pit beef” sandwiches, crab cake sliders, Super Bowl nachos with braised Niman Ranch pork, TFD wings, and more! Oh, yeah, and the game on five big screen TVs, including a new High Def 124" Projector. Reservations required to info@thefamilydogatlanta.com.

D.B.A. Barbecue

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For this year's Super Bowl festivities, D.B.A. Barbecue will be serving up 2,500+--yes, that's right, 2500!!--of their famous BBQ, Buffalo and Lemon Pepper smoked wings. Cheer your team to victory while watching the game on one of D.B.A.’s 11 TV screens. Dine-in fans can chase their wings with $3 Whynatte shooters or one of several draft beer options from their full bar. D.B.A. is also offering an assortment of catering packages, including wings to go and a meals for up to 15 guests.

Del Frisco's Grille

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Enjoy the big game inside or on the heated double-decker patio at Del Frisco's Grille in Buckhead. Apps are only $7 each and perfect for sharing. Choose from tomato flatbread, cheesesteak eggrolls, chicken wings, pimento fritters and deviled eggs (or just get one of each!). Wash it all down with $4 draft beers, $5 select wines, $5 “Honey Badger” shots and $7 “VIP” martinis! Watching the game at home? Be sure to pick up appetizers and flatbreads to go!

Bone Lick BBQ

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Be sure to arrive early for Bone Lick BBQ's inaugural Super Bowl Pig Skin Sunday. The Westside spot will be offering a BBQ Burger, which will available on first-come-first-served basis until they run out. All guests can enjoy an array of food and drink specials including: $5 high life and whiskey combos, $4 well cocktails, $5 pulled pork sammies and slider platters. While wings will be available for half price during the game, fans will want to stick around for half time, when Bone Lick will serve up a complimentary wing buffet!

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

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Cypress Street Pint & Plate is hosting the ultimate tailgating extravaganza this Sunday. The event kicks off at 4 p.m. with $5 burgers grilled to perfection on the large outdoor patio, complete with an open fire pit. Beginning at 6 p.m., football fanatics can indulge in half-off appetizers from Cypress’ regular menu during the game plus $10 pitchers of SweetWater brew and $12 buckets of beer.

The Albert

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The Albert is serving up dishes to please both teams this Super Bowl Sunday. As the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers, fans can enjoy a mouthwatering plate of The Albert’s “Ravens Wings” paired with an ice-cold draft from San Francisco based brewery, Anchor Steam Brewery, for only $13. You can also nosh on snacks from the regular food menu while checking out the game on 11 flat screen TVs.

As if you needed more reasons than the 70 high-definition TVs to catch the game at every angle, STATS is offering drink specials all day long, including $17 Peroni buckets, $3 Sinfire shots (tastes like a Red Hots!) and $13 buckets of Coors Light and Miller Lite. Even sweeter? Guests can enter to win a Kamado Joe Grill; a weekend trip for two to the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Miss., which includes airfare and hotel stay; and Braves and Hawks tickets.

Shula's 347 Grill

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The party starts at 11 a.m. at Shula's, where guests can catch the big game on the 18-foot wall in the restaurant’s lounge. Fans can sip draft beer for $3, including Sweetwater IPA, Blue Moon, Red Hare Lager, snack on endless spinach-artichoke dip for $9 and nosh on wings for $0.50 each.

Southern Art

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The lobby at Southern Art and Bourbon Bar will be transformed into the ultimate New Orleans-style Southern soiree this Sunday. Catch the game on their large, flat screen TV while noshing on New Orleans-style bites (think po’boys and gumbo). What NOLA-themed party would be complete without sazeracs and hurricanes? Head mixologist Clay Livingston will be whipping up Louisiana classics for guests to enjoy while they cheer on their favorite team.

Red Pepper Taqueria

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Spice up your Super Bowl Sunday with Mexican fare from Red Pepper Taqueria. Wash down your nachos and tacos with beer bucket specials--5 domestic beers for $15 or 5 imported beers for $20-- or $2.00 shots of fireball, Jager and El Jimador. Don't forget to try the $6 hurricanes in honor of host city New Orleans.

Atkins Park

This Atlanta mainstay is THE place for to-go platters on Super Bowl Sunday. Options include 50 Big Green Egg smoked wings with spicy barbecue sauce or 50 Atkins Park confit wings with sweet-chili garlic sauce and Atkins Park wing sauce, veggies, blue cheese and buttermilk ranch ($40). Other platters include 20 grass-fed beef cheeseburger sliders ($40), 20 Big Green Egg smoked pork sliders with tomato barbecue sauce ($40) and a nacho platter with tortilla chips, black beans, jalapenos, shredded lettuce, sour cream, salsa and queso ($35).

P'Cheen

The party starts early at P’cheen International Bistro & Pub, which will be serving up a variety of Super Bowl food and drink specials this Sunday. In addition to the regular menu, Chef Alex Friedman will be whipping up an assortment of different wing appetizers, including P’cheen’s famous Thai grilled, Bone Lick Smokey Wangs, Buffalo, Habanero and Jerk seasoned, all at 5 for $5 and 12 for $10. To wash it all down, fans can enjoy bottomless mimosas, beer buckets, double fist combos and $3 specialty drafts. And don't miss out on the popcorn bar, which comes complete with an array of toppings. A DJ will kick off the festivities at 5 p.m. sharp.

The Family Dog

Join The Family Dog for a $45 an-all-you-can-drink menu of draught, bottled and canned beers, wine and well cocktails PLUS an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring snacks such as shaved “pit beef” sandwiches, crab cake sliders, Super Bowl nachos with braised Niman Ranch pork, TFD wings, and more! Oh, yeah, and the game on five big screen TVs, including a new High Def 124" Projector. Reservations required to info@thefamilydogatlanta.com.

D.B.A. Barbecue

For this year's Super Bowl festivities, D.B.A. Barbecue will be serving up 2,500+--yes, that's right, 2500!!--of their famous BBQ, Buffalo and Lemon Pepper smoked wings. Cheer your team to victory while watching the game on one of D.B.A.’s 11 TV screens. Dine-in fans can chase their wings with $3 Whynatte shooters or one of several draft beer options from their full bar. D.B.A. is also offering an assortment of catering packages, including wings to go and a meals for up to 15 guests.

Del Frisco's Grille

Enjoy the big game inside or on the heated double-decker patio at Del Frisco's Grille in Buckhead. Apps are only $7 each and perfect for sharing. Choose from tomato flatbread, cheesesteak eggrolls, chicken wings, pimento fritters and deviled eggs (or just get one of each!). Wash it all down with $4 draft beers, $5 select wines, $5 “Honey Badger” shots and $7 “VIP” martinis! Watching the game at home? Be sure to pick up appetizers and flatbreads to go!

Bone Lick BBQ

Be sure to arrive early for Bone Lick BBQ's inaugural Super Bowl Pig Skin Sunday. The Westside spot will be offering a BBQ Burger, which will available on first-come-first-served basis until they run out. All guests can enjoy an array of food and drink specials including: $5 high life and whiskey combos, $4 well cocktails, $5 pulled pork sammies and slider platters. While wings will be available for half price during the game, fans will want to stick around for half time, when Bone Lick will serve up a complimentary wing buffet!

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

Cypress Street Pint & Plate is hosting the ultimate tailgating extravaganza this Sunday. The event kicks off at 4 p.m. with $5 burgers grilled to perfection on the large outdoor patio, complete with an open fire pit. Beginning at 6 p.m., football fanatics can indulge in half-off appetizers from Cypress’ regular menu during the game plus $10 pitchers of SweetWater brew and $12 buckets of beer.

The Albert

The Albert is serving up dishes to please both teams this Super Bowl Sunday. As the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers, fans can enjoy a mouthwatering plate of The Albert’s “Ravens Wings” paired with an ice-cold draft from San Francisco based brewery, Anchor Steam Brewery, for only $13. You can also nosh on snacks from the regular food menu while checking out the game on 11 flat screen TVs.

Stats

As if you needed more reasons than the 70 high-definition TVs to catch the game at every angle, STATS is offering drink specials all day long, including $17 Peroni buckets, $3 Sinfire shots (tastes like a Red Hots!) and $13 buckets of Coors Light and Miller Lite. Even sweeter? Guests can enter to win a Kamado Joe Grill; a weekend trip for two to the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Miss., which includes airfare and hotel stay; and Braves and Hawks tickets.

Shula's 347 Grill

The party starts at 11 a.m. at Shula's, where guests can catch the big game on the 18-foot wall in the restaurant’s lounge. Fans can sip draft beer for $3, including Sweetwater IPA, Blue Moon, Red Hare Lager, snack on endless spinach-artichoke dip for $9 and nosh on wings for $0.50 each.

Southern Art

The lobby at Southern Art and Bourbon Bar will be transformed into the ultimate New Orleans-style Southern soiree this Sunday. Catch the game on their large, flat screen TV while noshing on New Orleans-style bites (think po’boys and gumbo). What NOLA-themed party would be complete without sazeracs and hurricanes? Head mixologist Clay Livingston will be whipping up Louisiana classics for guests to enjoy while they cheer on their favorite team.

Red Pepper Taqueria

Spice up your Super Bowl Sunday with Mexican fare from Red Pepper Taqueria. Wash down your nachos and tacos with beer bucket specials--5 domestic beers for $15 or 5 imported beers for $20-- or $2.00 shots of fireball, Jager and El Jimador. Don't forget to try the $6 hurricanes in honor of host city New Orleans.

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