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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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.Read more
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.Read more