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Where to watch the Super Bowl in Chicago

Hankering for wings, cheap beer and barbecue to go along with your Super Bowl festivities? Chicago's got you covered.

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Buck's

Even though the Bears didn't make it this year (Jay Cutler can't seem to catch a break), we can still have a great time cheering on the Panthers and the Broncos on February 7 at 5:30pm. With barbecue, beer buckets and pizza, you're sure to find the best spot to catch the game.

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Bub City

Head to Bub City for sixteen TVs to watch the game and house specials (Nashville hot chicken tenders, wings and barbecue pork nachos).

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River North

Buck's

For a southern flair for your Super Bowl festivities, head to Buck's, where you'll get four biscuits and a bucket of two dozen wings for $28. You can also get buckets of Coors Banquets for $15 and Budweiser 40s for $7 to wash it all down.

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Wicker Park

Celtic Crown Public House

Thirty bucks will get you domestic drafts and bottles, well cocktails and a rib and wing buffet to chow down on while you watch the game at Celtic Crown Public House.

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North Center

Division Ale House

Division Ale House is having a daylong party, starting with a $15 all-you-can-eat brunch and $3 mimosas from 11am to 3pm, followed by 50 cent wings and $15 Bud Light buckets from 3pm to midnight. The night will cap off with karaoke, where you can sing your blues away or keep the party going, depending on the outcome of the game.

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Wicker Park

Gamekeepers

Chicago's spot for Panthers fans, head to cheer on Cam Newton with weekly specials like $16 buckets, $4 import pints, $3 domestic pints and $4 mixers.

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Lincoln Park

George’s Ice Cream & Sweets

For an unconventional Super Bowl watching pick, head to George's Ice Cream & Sweets. This sweet spot will offer $1 off all sundaes, plus get free pizza and popcorn (while supplies last) and watch the game in the dining and party room.

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Andersonville

Headquarters Beercade River North

For $20, attendees will get two drinks as well as access to a legendary nacho buffet. The first 100 people will receive free entry into the bar's $500 Super Bowl square. Attendees will also be able to reenact the game, NFL Blitz style.

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River North

Henry's

Enjoy touchdown shot specials, buckets of Schlitz and Lone Star, chip and dip specials and DJ Jettboy spinning tunes at Henry's Super Bro-wl party starting at 3pm.

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River North

Houndstooth Saloon

Houndstooth Saloon will serve up $7 Bud Light pitchers, $6 40s, $3 Fireball and Jameson shots and a $4 walking taco with pork shoulder. During halftime and beyond, the Bud Light Girls will visit to take photos with the crowd and give away branded swag.

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Lake View

The Irish Oak

Broncos fans, the Irish Oak is your headquarters for the Super Bowl. Enjoy specials like $4 Coors, $5 22 ounce Bud Light and stadium cups and $5 Bronco bombs.

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Wrigleyville
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Super Bowl recipes from America’s top comfort food chefs

America’s kings of hearty eats provide their top Super Bowl recipes, from killer apps to amazing dip

Super Bowl Sunday is almost all about pairing great beer (try these best craft beers in the country) with great food, and maybe catching snippets of football along the way. And none of that healthy stuff—bring on the burgers and barbecue, please. With that in mind, we asked some of the best chefs in the U.S. to give us their top Super Bowl recipes. These chefs, known for their commitment to big dishes and comfort food, did not disappoint.

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