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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Atlanta This Sunday

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The Super Bowl is this Sunday. If you've got your face paint and foam finger at the ready but aren't sure where to eat and cheer during the big game, have no fear: There's something for fanatics and fair weather fans alike in this roundup of 13 spots to watch the big game— or, okay, to check out the commercials and grab good food. Head below for free cheese dip, spicy popcorn, team-inspired dishes, and a whole lot of beer, and do leave other favorite spots in the comments.
Angela Hansberger


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Steinbeck's

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Chef Andy Gonzales always puts out imaginative pub fare, but he's going for the touchdown (sorry) for Sunday's game. Get a Savant IPA from Seattle's Elsiyan Brewing Company paired with a wild salmon BLT or try a Great Divide Oak Aged Yeti from Denver and a bison burger topped with Stilton fondue and mushrooms. Choose wisely.

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

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Cypress Street will be serving up five-dollar burgers all day and game-time specials of $10 house beer pitchers, $12 beer buckets, and half-off appetizers. Not into game day? It always feels like a party out on that patio.

Big Tex Decatur

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Game day fare at Big Tex: Barbecue nachos and smoked wings pulled from the smoker right off kickoff. Try team-inspired drinks, $6-$9 pitchers, and $3 pints of draft beers. Take-out orders are available from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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Get the party started with $1 wings— eat in or carry home—and try your luck on football squares. Winner wins half the cash and the rest goes to Hogs For The Cause, a non-profit providing aid and relief to children with pediatric brain cancer and their families.

The Family Dog

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Watch the game on The Family Dog's 123-inch projector while enjoying football fare and drink specials like $3 drafts. Don't forget about the hot and spicy "hell in a bucket" popcorn and look out for the raffles an giveaways happening throughout the game.

Farm Burger

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At Farm Burger, get special burgers in honor of the big game. For the Seahawks, there's a chicken burger with "pearl (onion) jam," coffee gastrique, arugula, and blue cheese. For the Broncos, there's a grassfed beef patty with a fried egg, moonshine, ham-pepper-onion sauté, and cheddar. Farm Burger has done this for a few years now; each year so far, the burger that sells more orders out of the two just happens to represent the team that wins the game.

Tap: A Gastropub

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TAP's got food and drink specials for everyone starting at kickoff, but drafts and appetizers are half-off all day for industry folk.

It's Sunday and maybe you really want a bloody Mary instead of the typical bowl game beer. There's got you covered with the hangover-friendly drink, house-made hot dogs, and burgers in addition to the restaurant's regular menu. Normally a cozy neighborhood pub, the Brookhaven spot will have the game going on giant screens at full volume.

Red Pepper Taqueria

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Of course Red Pepper Taqueria's Buckhead location has plenty of TVs, lots of beer, and specials like 8 jumbo wings for $8, but it's also going to be serving SweetWater Second Helping— proceeds of which go to The Giving Kitchen— for $3 on draft.

Stats is home to five bars and 70 TVs, plus beer tap tables for patrons to pour and serve their own beer. Turn it up a level with $13 Bud Light buckets, $3 shots, and $17 tubes of Shock Top and Bud Light. Yes, that says tubes of beer.

Clay's Sports Cafe

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It may be small, but sports fans love watching the game at Clay's, with its legendary wings and TVs mounted in every corner. Indulge in $8.55 pitcher specials and the whopping 100 wings for $58.

D.B.A. Barbecue

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At DBA Barbecue, TVs indoors and on the enclosed, heated patio will be showing the game, and reservations of six or more get free cheese dip to go along with those smoke-n-fried wings.

Meehan's Public House

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Although European football is the Irish pub's standard fare, Meehan's will air the big American 'ball game on their flatscreen TVs this Sunday. Get an Abita and a shot of Southern Comfort for $8, and pair it with the housemade salt and vinegar chips.

Steinbeck's

Chef Andy Gonzales always puts out imaginative pub fare, but he's going for the touchdown (sorry) for Sunday's game. Get a Savant IPA from Seattle's Elsiyan Brewing Company paired with a wild salmon BLT or try a Great Divide Oak Aged Yeti from Denver and a bison burger topped with Stilton fondue and mushrooms. Choose wisely.

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

Cypress Street will be serving up five-dollar burgers all day and game-time specials of $10 house beer pitchers, $12 beer buckets, and half-off appetizers. Not into game day? It always feels like a party out on that patio.

Big Tex Decatur

Game day fare at Big Tex: Barbecue nachos and smoked wings pulled from the smoker right off kickoff. Try team-inspired drinks, $6-$9 pitchers, and $3 pints of draft beers. Take-out orders are available from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Smoke Ring

Get the party started with $1 wings— eat in or carry home—and try your luck on football squares. Winner wins half the cash and the rest goes to Hogs For The Cause, a non-profit providing aid and relief to children with pediatric brain cancer and their families.

The Family Dog

Watch the game on The Family Dog's 123-inch projector while enjoying football fare and drink specials like $3 drafts. Don't forget about the hot and spicy "hell in a bucket" popcorn and look out for the raffles an giveaways happening throughout the game.

Farm Burger

At Farm Burger, get special burgers in honor of the big game. For the Seahawks, there's a chicken burger with "pearl (onion) jam," coffee gastrique, arugula, and blue cheese. For the Broncos, there's a grassfed beef patty with a fried egg, moonshine, ham-pepper-onion sauté, and cheddar. Farm Burger has done this for a few years now; each year so far, the burger that sells more orders out of the two just happens to represent the team that wins the game.

Tap: A Gastropub

TAP's got food and drink specials for everyone starting at kickoff, but drafts and appetizers are half-off all day for industry folk.

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It's Sunday and maybe you really want a bloody Mary instead of the typical bowl game beer. There's got you covered with the hangover-friendly drink, house-made hot dogs, and burgers in addition to the restaurant's regular menu. Normally a cozy neighborhood pub, the Brookhaven spot will have the game going on giant screens at full volume.

Red Pepper Taqueria

Of course Red Pepper Taqueria's Buckhead location has plenty of TVs, lots of beer, and specials like 8 jumbo wings for $8, but it's also going to be serving SweetWater Second Helping— proceeds of which go to The Giving Kitchen— for $3 on draft.

Stats

Stats is home to five bars and 70 TVs, plus beer tap tables for patrons to pour and serve their own beer. Turn it up a level with $13 Bud Light buckets, $3 shots, and $17 tubes of Shock Top and Bud Light. Yes, that says tubes of beer.

Clay's Sports Cafe

It may be small, but sports fans love watching the game at Clay's, with its legendary wings and TVs mounted in every corner. Indulge in $8.55 pitcher specials and the whopping 100 wings for $58.

D.B.A. Barbecue

At DBA Barbecue, TVs indoors and on the enclosed, heated patio will be showing the game, and reservations of six or more get free cheese dip to go along with those smoke-n-fried wings.

Meehan's Public House

Although European football is the Irish pub's standard fare, Meehan's will air the big American 'ball game on their flatscreen TVs this Sunday. Get an Abita and a shot of Southern Comfort for $8, and pair it with the housemade salt and vinegar chips.

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