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Food and Drink Specials for Super Bowl 50

Tune in to the biggest game of the year at these neighborhood spots.

By Lauren Cohen | February 2, 2016, 4:00 pm

Award-winning wings at Kislings Tavern -Courtesy of Yelp
On The Town

Food and Drink Specials for Super Bowl 50

Tune in to the biggest game of the year at these neighborhood spots.

By Lauren Cohen | February 2, 2016, 4:00 pm

Award-winning wings at Kislings Tavern -Courtesy of Yelp

It’s no secret that the Ravens didn’t do as well as we’d hoped this season, but the Super Bowl is a great excuse to kick back and crack open a cold one no matter what teams are duking it out on the field. If you’re not into the idea of crowding around the TV at home this year, plenty of local bars are serving up discounted eats and drinks in honor of the big game. Whether you’re in it for the commercials, excited to see Coldplay and Beyoncé take the stage during halftime, or want to see how your bets play out, pull up a stool and gear up for the Broncos-Panthers matchup at these neighborhood spots.

Mt. Washington Tavern: Nothing says football like bottomless beer and greasy grub, and this neighborhood bar is celebrating the Super Bowl with a special all-inclusive menu. Starting at 5 p.m., fans can enjoy all-you-can-drink domestic beers, house wines, and house liquors while noshing on bar snacks like peanuts and popcorn. At halftime, the tavern will roll out its game-day buffet, with barbecue beef brisket sliders, five-layer Mexican dip, Buffalo wings, hot dogs, and chili. 5700 Newbury St., $40, 410-367-6903

GAME: Located just a stone’s throw away from M&T Bank Stadium, this Federal Hill newbie is the perfect place to enjoy any sports showdown. The spot—which features six huge projection screens, 360-degree TVs around the bar, and old-school games like Skee-Ball and Pac-Man—will run tons of specials including $3 Jack Daniels Tennessee Fire shots, $3 Bud Light drafts, and $1 wings. To sweeten the deal, the first Bud Light draft will be on the house for all attendees. 1400 Warner St., 410-385-0100

Jimmy’s Famous Seafood: Now in its 25th year, the annual Super Bowl bash at this Dundalk spot features an open bar, bull and oyster roast, silent auction, Pixilated photo booth, and pop-ins by Ravens players. For the price of admission, fans can watch the action unfold on more than 30 big screens, while chowing down on unlimited eats like smoked turkey and ham, Southern fried chicken, seafood pasta, and Greek salad. 6526 Holabird Ave., Dundalk, $60, 410-633-4040

Kislings Tavern: You can’t go wrong with wings on game day, and this corner bar will be serving up plenty of its award-winning varieties this Sunday. Pair all of the finger-licking fare with all-day happy hour deals including $2-off craft drafts, $2-off crushes, and $1-off domestic beers. 2100 Fleet St., 410-327-5477

Ristorante Firenze: If you’ll be tuning in from the county, snag a seat at the bar at this new Reisterstown spot, which is equipped with big screens, cozy fireplaces, and plenty of hearty snacks to munch on while watching the game. Diners can take advantage of $3 Bud Light bottles, $10 buckets, $3 personal pizzas, $5 nachos, and extended happy hour pricing from 6 p.m. to close. 2 Hanover Road, Reisterstown, 410-394-5577

Mad River: This Federal Hill favorite is going all out for the Super Bowl, offering tons of different specials throughout the day. Start the party early with $12 bottomless mimosas from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., followed by $15 beer buckets from 3 p.m. to close. Other specials of note include 50 wings and two pitchers of beer for $50, a $30 all-you-can-drink promo during the game, and rotating drink deals during every quarter. 1110 S. Charles St., 410-727-2333

Banditos Bar & Kitchen: Just next door, this Tex-Mex taqueria is getting in on the fun with raffles, Fireball ice luge, and all-inclusive eats and drinks. Starting 30 minutes before kickoff, fans can enjoy open bar access to rails, calls, and domestics while chowing down on unlimited snacks like potato skins, wings, sliders, wraps, and nachos. 1118 S. Charles St., $50, 443-835-1517

Charles Village Pub & Patio: Get your football fix at this multi-level Towson hangout, which boasts big screens everywhere you look. For Sunday’s game, line your stomach with $9 Nacho Mountains, $6 flatbread pizzas, and $9 crab pretzels, while taking advantage of $9 beer buckets, pitchers, and 40-oz. crushes. The game-day menu also features heartier highlights such as 30 wings or 10 sliders for $30 or one pound of steamed shrimp for $17. 19 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Towson, 410-821-8155

Coho Grill: Swing by this recently renovated Columbia spot to partake in its first-ever Super Bowl party. In addition to all-you-can-drink drafts and rail drinks, the price of admission includes a fully-stocked buffet highlighting classics like wings, quesadillas, brats, flatbreads, soft pretzels, and potato skins. 11130 Willow Bottom Drive, Columbia, $35, 410-740-2096

El Bufalo Tequila Bar & Kitchen: If you’re planning on watching the game with a group, the family-style special at this corner Canton bar might be your best bet. El Bufalo is offering fans a VIP promotion that includes a domestic case of beer, a bottle of Peligroso Silver, 40 wings, a nacho platter, and a reserved table downstairs for $250. If you’re keeping things simple, the bar will also offer a $20 wings-and-beer combo throughout the game.2921 O’Donnell St., 410-814-0594

14Forty: Watch all of the action unfold while sipping discounted drinks at this multi-level lounge inside Horseshoe Casino, which highlights multiple TVs behind the bar and a massive vertical screen as its centerpiece. In true casino fashion, all attendees will be eligible to enter for a chance to win a football autographed by Shannon Sharpe or $500 in free play. 1525 Russell St., 443-931-4241

Mother’s Grill: Although we’ll have to wait until next season to see another full-fledged Purple Patio party, the laid-back sports vibe at this watering hole makes it a great place to tune in no matter what teams are playing. During the game, diners can enjoy unlimited boneless wings paired with Miller Lite and Blue Moon for $20. Plus, Mother’s will take 10 percent off of your total check if you want to order wings to go. 1113 S. Charles St., 410-244-8686

Meet The Author

Lauren Cohen is the digital senior editor at Baltimore, where she covers food, events, lifestyle, and community news.

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