Game Day Grub and Viewing Ideas!

Uptown Alley
This 60,000 square foot entertainment venue in Surprise is ready for game day! On Sunday, February 1st, Uptown Alley is hosting their Super Bowling Party. There will be trivia and prize giveaways. During the game there will be a FREE veggie bar, chips and salsa. Tune in to all the action on any of their HDTVs throughout the venue. Uptown Alley features bowling, an arcade, two-level laser tag, a full-service restaurant serving Americana classics, an ultra-lounge and more. For those who purchase an entrée in their full-service restaurant, Red Embers Bar & Grill, they will receive a FREE game of bowling with shoes or a $10 game card. Private rooms and custom menus are available for private party booking. For more information visit their website at or call them at 623-975-7529.

Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill
Celebrate Super Sunday at Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill at Tempe Marketplace. On Sunday, February 1st, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. the pub will offer $4 featured pints, select wine, well drinks and their House Margarita. There will also be a food menu with prices ranging from $3.95-$5.95. Thirsty Lion will be airing the game on their 16 60-inch plasma televisions. Enjoy your choice of their 52 local, craft, import and domestic beers on draft or one of their unique specialty cocktails. Visit for more information on the venue.

Nabers in Chandler
The Big Game Backyard BBQ is happening on Sunday, February 1st, at Nabers in Chandler. Watch the game on one of their 14 huge screens or reserve your table in front of their giant 9’ screen. The restaurant is offering up $6 Grilled Cheeseburgers and Brats, $6 Grilled Jumbo Wings, $2 domestic drafts and $3 mimosas. There will be a long toss bag contest. Try your chance at winning an authentic Cardinals Jersey. Nabers is a place where friends gather! The locally owned establishment focuses on good food, great drinks and fun music throughout the week. They are located at 825 N 54th St., in Chandler. For more information visit or you can follow them on Facebook at

Fired Pie
During Super Bowl, 4.4 million pizzas will be ordered, and 48 million people will get it from take out or delivery. Fired Pie is ready to help out. On Super Bowl Sunday, if you buy four pizzas the fifth one is on them. Fired Pie allows you to take on the role of chef by picking and choosing your own type of dough, sauce and topping. The sophisticated-yet-affordable pizzeria also offers build-your-own salads. The Phoenix-based pizza restaurant opened their first Fired Pie in Phoenix summer of 2013. They have locations in Chandler, Ahwatukee, Downtown Phoenix at the Collier Center, North Phoenix at Deer Valley Towne Center, a location at Park Central, two Scottsdale locations and one in Tucson.

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