Denver Colorado is painted orange and blue and die hard fans are searching for a fun spot to watch their beloved Broncos led by Peyton Manning beat the Panthers in the Super Bowl. We have several options for you to consider for game day fun.
On February 7th, Super Bowl Sunday you can join the all day party at Punch Bowl Social at 65 Broadway in Denver with shareable punches such as the featured Orange is the New Blue Broncos punch and tasty game day specials including 50% off the popular sweet chipotle wings, 50% off chips & salsa and Old Man Cans (think PBR, Coors Banquet and Olympia) & Brats for $5. No need to crowd around one TV at home when Punch Bowl Social has 16 TV’s to enjoy Super Bowl 50. Call 303-765-2695 for reservations.
Score big all day at Del Frisco’s Grille at 100 St. Paul St., where happy hour will be available the entire day on Super Bowl Sunday. Stop in any time for something from the sip & share menu, such as the craveable signature Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls, Wagyu Corndogs, Pulled Pork Nachos, Asian Street Tacos or a personal size Grille Flatbread, all for $6. Partner it with $5 drafts or $6 select cocktails and wines and you’re set for the game. The Grille is also offering a special Super Bowl Ring appetizer for the day, featuring a selection of Grille apps designed and built for sharing with friends.
This Super Bowl Sunday sink your teeth into victory with Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House at 8100 E. Orchard Road in the DTC. mouthwatering Broncos Prime Beef Burger + a Colorado Native Lager Special. The burger is grilled to perfection with American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions and pickles, jalapeños, topped with bacon knots and served with fries. Wash it down with a Colorado Native Lager – $25 pp. Cozy up bar side and enjoy the game with friends and family. Reservations are highly recommended: 303-796-0100.
Cheer on the Broncos this Super Bowl Sunday and watch the game on five large screen TV’s around the bar at La Biblioteca at 1610 Little Raven, Denver where they are offering a Broncos Super Bowl Special which includes Korean Wings (10 pieces) and 2 Sapporo for $18. If you want to fuel up before the game, indulge in La Biblioteca and Zengo’s Linebacker bottomless brunch which includes unlimited small plates and free flowing brunch cocktails for $39 a person. Enjoy this feast from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at both locations. Free valet parking is available.
Stay #unitedinorange at Habit Doughnut Dispensary 1553 Platte St., where The Ryan Harris doughnut is an homage to boys in orange and blue and has become a favorite of Ryan Harris, the Broncos tackle who comes in after every home game to pick up his namesake confection. It’s a Habit brioche doughnut with an orange Creamsicle custard inside, a creamsicle glaze and candied orange sprinkles, and it’s a must-have addition to any Broncos Super Bowl celebration.
Denver’s biggest Championship Watch Party will be at ViewHouse home of the biggest TV in denver at 2015 Market Street Denver and 7101 S. Clinton Street, in Centennial where they expect upwards of 4500 fans between the two locations, making it easily the biggest watch party in the state.
They’re raising a temporary cover over the legendary Green outside at the Ballpark location so party-goers can watch the game on the 120” outdoor LCD TV, and a total of 88+ TVs altogether indoors and out allow for unimpeded game viewing across all levels of the venues, including the largest indoor TV in Colorado at the Centennial location. There’s no cover for the party, which includes DJs, prizes and giveaways in addition to specials such as $2 Touchdown Shots every time the Broncos score a touchdown. Just as impressive as the TV viewing is the menu: Executive Chef Jose Guerrero has created a sophisticated and inventive menu especially for game days, including a substantial “Platters” option. Think items like Slider Trays with sliders done three ways, Taco Trays with the flavors of five creative housemade taco options, and if you’re really hungry get The Tailgater and chow down on wings, BBQ rib racks, sliders and VH mozzarella sticks. Wash it down with $3 Coors Light Drafts, $5 Colorado Buffalo Gold Drafts, and Jim Beam specials.
Cabanas at the Ballpark location can be reserved ahead of time for groups; otherwise, it’s first come first served for all the prime game-watching spots. Can’t wait ’til Sunday? Pre-party at both locations with Broncos-themed bashes on the Friday and Saturday nights leading up to the Sunday showdown on February 8, and stop in for brunch early in the day Sunday to get your day started right.
In Parker following the weekends Mardi Gras celebrations, Parker’s newest Mainstreet eatery, the Parker Garage is having a big Super Bowl bash to wind up the weekend. Are You Ready For Some Football? Enjoy a touchdown worthy menu, drink specials, games & prizes. Don’t miss your chance to win a Chef’s Tasting or an authentic C.J. Anderson jersey.