Looking for a place to watch Super Bowl 43 when the Arizona Cardinals take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in a fight for the championship ring? We’ve got the when, where and why for the top 10 Super Bowl parties.
1) THE ULTIMATE SUPER BOWL PARTY
Features multiple plasma screens, video DJ, live entertainment, food, drink specials, door prizes, giveaways, halftime dance party and after-party. General admission is free, but VIP is $60, which includes preferred seats. Top-shelf open bars at 6 p.m. Westin Atlanta Perimeter North, 7 Concourse Parkway.
2) THE SUPERIOR SUPER BOWL PARTY
Free admission + food and drink specials = good time. (2 42-foot flat screens) + (1 50-foot flat screen) + (1 projector) = a good place to watch the game. Music by DJ Nash. 4 p.m. Marriott Perimeter Center, 246 Perimeter Center Parkway.
3) CROWN ROYAL STEWPER BOWL PARTY
Hosted by 790 the Zone’s (WQXI-AM) “2 Live Stews’” Ryan and Doug Stewart. Entertainment includes a pre-game Xbox 360 tournament by Konsole Kingz, a half-time couture fashion show presented by the Blue Corset Co. and special guest DJ Cannon mixing beats until midnight. Proceeds benefit the Stewart Family Foundation. Free from 3-5 p.m.; $10. Luckie Food Lounge, 375 Luckie St.
The Super Bowl comes to Atlantic Station via this snazzy sports oasis. Flat-screen TVs broadcast the game while guests order food ranging from steaks to sandwiches. Pool tables are available for hustling. Free. 6:30 p.m. 261 19th St.
The Jocks & Jills Galleria location will show the game on more than 100 TVs. Miller Lite and Icehouse drafts are $1 each. Well versions of cosmopolitans are 99 cents. Free. 6:30 p.m. 1 Galleria Parkway.
A flip-cup competition encourages teams to out-speed-drink their opponents. Food specials include buy-one-get-one-free hot wings. Miller Lite drafts pour for $2.50 a pop. Free. 7:30 p.m. 1104 Crescent Ave.
This Super Bowl party is the most expensive on the list, but with a party bash and appetizer buffet, it’s sure to please every fan. Downstairs in the Lincoln Lounge tickets are $50, and upstairs buffet tickets are $20. 4:30 p.m. 300 Marietta St.
8) SUPER BOWL VIEWING PARTY
Hosted by DeMarcus Lamon “Tank” Tyler of the Kansas City Chiefs and Paul Oliver, a Kennesaw native who plays for the San Diego Chargers. Free. 4 p.m. Velvet Room, 3358 Chamblee Tucker Road.
Hundreds of televisions available at the Duluth and Norcross locations. The menu features seafood specialties such as shrimp, crab cakes and stuffed grouper, but also includes Super Bowl favorites like sandwiches, chicken wings, nachos and loaded potato skins. 2125 Market St., Duluth.; 5955 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Norcross.
From every seat in the place, you'll have a good view of one of the many TVs located throughout the bar. Offering plenty of bar favorites, as well as pasta dishes and seafood. 2217 Roswell Road, Marietta.
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