The Super Bowl has turned into the Beer Bowl at Saint-Ex. To honor the two teams in the game, Packers and Steelers, they’re offering all-day food and beer specials and bringing in beers from each of the teams’ hometowns: Leinenkugel from Green Bay and Iron City Light from Pittsburgh. The 14th St. hotspot will also be serving an upscale take on Super Bowl bar bites like Chicken Confit Tater Tots with Dijon aioli, Potato Skins with prosciutto and fontina, and Escargot and Goat Cheese Poppers.
Sports fans start early, and Nage is welcoming Super Bowl morning with a delicious Super Bowl Steak Sandwich at their popular brunch. Served “Pittsburgh” style, the meaty sandwich comes with melted Wisconsin cheddar, smoked onions, Tabasco aioli and a heavy dose of their much-loved truffled frites. Diners can wash the sandwich down and get ready for the game with Nage’s Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys for $15.
Whitlow’s on Wilson:
Sports fans won’t miss a second of the game on this Clarendon watering hole’s giant 101” flat screen TV. From 5 p.m. until the game ends, Super Bowl Sunday on the Big Screen guests will enjoy beer specials like $10 pitchers of Yuengling or Miller Lite, $3 Bud Light drafts and $4 16oz. Coors Light aluminums, and food specials on traditional Super Bowl snacks like ribs, jalapeno poppers and of course, their delicious Buffalo wings, plus $2 off all appetizers. And guests are encouraged to stick around after halftime for an exciting raffle and chance to win Whitlows’ gift cards and more.
Tickets to Old Glory’s Game Day celebration are available for $20/person online