Super Bowl XLVI is Sunday, and there are plenty of places to watch the big game. From a heated tent to a golf tournament to a shuttle service, there are some unique offerings for residents looking for the perfect place to watch the New York Giants and the New England Patriots battle for professional football supremacy.
The bar labeled the home of New York Giants fans living in Galloway Township during the regular season is going all out for the Giants’ fifth Super Bowl appearance.
The party begins at 2 p.m. with a heated tent with walls outside and a TV. The local band Private Stock will be performing, and there will be a free buffet at halftime. Customers are invited to bring their own beach chairs, and Tailgaters is taking reservations for tables inside.
There will be giveaways, including a Yuengling bicycle, Yuengling cooler, and Giants rally towels and t-shirts for the first 100 customers. Drinks include $2 cans of Yuengling and $2 bottles of Coors Light. $1 hot dogs will also be on the menu, and more.
J.D.’s is doing its part to combat drunk driving on Super Bowl Sunday with a shuttle service that will pick up customers at their homes and transport them to and from the bar for the Super Bowl. It fits up to 40 people, and customers can reserve a spot ahead of time by calling the pub.
Customers can also pre-order wings and tenders to go, at $32.99 for 50 pieces and $55.99 for 100 pieces. Dinner entrees that night will include a New England Seafood Pot Pie for $16.99 and a New York Strip Steak for $17.99. Patriots Coach Bill Belichick has his own sandwich, Belichick’s Bacon Bleu Burger and Fries, as does Giants QB Eli Manning, Eli’s Prime Rib Cheese Steak and Fries.
There will also be 39 cent wings, 39 cent buffalo tenders, 99 cent pretzels and hot dogs, $2 domestic draft beers, $5 Long Island Iced Tea Pints, $2.50 Yuengling bottles, $4 Nobillo Sauvignon Blanc and $4 Three Olive Loopy Drinks.
The hotspot for professional golfers prior to the in May hosts its annual Super Bowl Sunday Golf Tournament, beginning at 11:30 a.m. on the Bay Course.
It’s a Shot-Gun start and the format is Individual Gross and Net Calloway. Cost is $55, which includes greens fee, cart, prizes, food and a two-hour Open Bar at the 19th Hole. Call to make reservations, and check-in on the first tee is at 10:30 a.m.
During the game, McGettigan’s will have door prizes, reduced draft and food specials, a free buffet at halftime, and tender bites special of $6 a pound for a three-pound minimum for call-in-orders. It includes blue cheese, celery and carrots.
The Dubliner is offering a free halftime buffet and various giveaways, which include an Eagles Miller Light Mirror, a mini refrigerator, and an Eagles cooler, among others.
Food specials will be offered in the pub for $5.50 each, including beef sliders, wings, pizza, spring rolls and steamers. A special takeout menu is also available, including:
- two medium pizzas, 20 wings any style and a two-liter Coke for $28.99;
- 30 wings any style and a two-liter Coke for $19.99;
- 50 wings any style and a two-liter Coke for $29.99;
- 12 mozzarella sticks, 12 poppers, 10 tenders and a two-liter Coke for $29.99;
- 10 assorted wraps for $49.99; and
- a sandwich platter for $59.99.
Additionally, Bulldogs Bar and Grill will be offering $2 domestic drafts and half price wings. They will also have $5 burgers with two toppings and have plenty of t-shirts and hats to give away.
The Pitney Pub, which reopened in November in the location previously occupied by the Blue Marlin, will be offering $2 domestic drafts and a free halftime buffet. It will also play host to ESPN Radio 97.3 FM on Feb. 17, 3 p.m. It is open to the public, but customers must register to win prizes. For information, call the Pitney Pub.
hosts a Beer Dinner Thursday, Feb. 2, and usually offers a buffet and $2 draft beers on Super Bowl Sunday. The Beer Dinner is a four-course meal, where each course comes with a beer.