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Advance Warning on Where to Party for the Super Bowl

Where: Various Locations
January 22, 2013 at 1:37 PM | by | ()

We don’t yet know the teams who will partake in the Super Bowl, but we do know we are going to party hardy. From hotel bars to finished basements, you’ll find a fiesta around every corner come kickoff on Super Sunday.

And why not? It’s the biggest sporting event of the year in America, a time for us to do what we do: Get together, drink beer, and yell at the television. No doubt more events will begin to roll out as we get closer –- especially in the cities of the competing teams -- but here’s a sampling of what's happening around the country for Super Sunday. Be sure to check out your local city for similar events.

Hint: There’s going to be a lot of junk food.

· Caesars Palace, Las Vegas: A “Man Cave” at Caesars seats up to 8 people, has four 47” HD screens, video games (X Box 360 or Wii), leather couches, and, most impressively, two private betting windows. Included with a ticket to the Man Cave is unlimited Miller Light, Coors Light, house red and white wines, and a buffet. Cost is $1500 for 6 people and $200 for each additional person (max 8 people).

· The 40/40 Club, NYC: Jay Z’s hip-hop oriented sports lounge and nightclub, the 40/40 Club, is offering private rooms for up to 20 people with unlimited wings and beer for 3 hours for $1000. This is a solid deal if you can scrounge up at least ten friends to chip in, as the private rooms look rather inviting (shown in photo above). And who knows, you might just run into some celebrities. Jay Z wouldn't dare go anywhere else for the Super Bowl than his own club in his home town, would he?

· The Mixing Room at L.A. Live, Los Angeles: Located in L.A. LIVE right next to the Staples Center, the JW Marriott will offer an all-you-can-eat tailgate menu featuring a Mac & Cheese Bar with short rib, crab-cheese sauce, caramelized onions and roasted vegetables; Beer Braised Brats with house made sauerkraut and assorted flavored mustards; and Smoked Baby Back Ribs & Half Chicken with traditional BBQ accompaniments including Loaded Potato Salad, BBQ Beans and Corn Cobbettes. There will be team-inspired cocktails and beer specials, but they aren’t included in the $25/person price tag. The Mixing Room will offer both indoor and outdoor televisions thanks to So Cal’s magical weather. Stick around after for a post-game DJ party.

· The NFL Experience, New Orleans: We can't think of a better party town to host the Super Bowl. You can bet the farm that every bar in town will be packed, and we'd like to wish you luck should you decide to test your might on the sticky floors of Bourbon Street. But what's this? A non-drinking option in the Big Easy? The NFL Experience at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Super Sunday and is essentially an interactive theme park with games, displays, entertainment attractions, kids' football clinics, free autograph sessions and a football memorabilia show. Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for children 12 and under.

[Photo: covington.mollymalonesirishpub.com, 40/40 Club]

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