If you're like me, you're a cord cutter who lacks any sort of traditional TV offerings. So how are you going to watch the Big Game? Well, might I suggest one of the following options:

Buffalo Wild Wings

Their tagline is "Wings. Beer. Sports." That's pretty much what my plan for Sunday night was anyway, so to have it all conveniently packaged in such a straightforward manner is just golden.

Tangerine Bowl

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Normally I'm there for Trivia Tuesdays, and the occasional round of bowling. But when I was there this past week, they had some pretty sweet specials lined up for the big game, I don't know if I can pass that up. They've got plenty of TVs, including a gigantic one over the bar, so no matter where you are, you won't miss a play, commercial or moment of Justin Timberlake's halftime show.

Dave's Basement

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Yeah, you have to take off your shoes, but he just got a sweet air hockey table, so if the game starts to drag, you can play a little puck to pass the time. Sure it's BYOB, but Dave said he's getting pizzas, so you can't pass up some free food.

 

 

Instant Replay

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Instant Replay has a great atmosphere, with reasonable prices on food and drinks. I haven't been there specifically for a sporting event, but I've watched a few events while there, and they've got plenty of TVs to keep you covered.

 

The Abbey/Kelly's

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Some of the best food in town, great drinks, friendly staff, and gigantic TVs! What more do you want?

 

 

 

 

Riverside Smokehouse

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Of course nachos, pizza and wings are the staples of the Big Game, but maybe you want to step outside the box and have some good old fashioned BBQ, and a mojito in a mason jar. They've got a few TVs hanging above bar, so you can eat, drink and be merry while cheering on your team.

 

Huddled Outside an Appliance Store Like It's the 1960s

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This one may be a little tougher to do, since they don't really have appliance stores like this anymore. I don't know what Best Buy's policy is on bringing food into the store (though it's probably fairly relaxed since it's closed now), but it is next to Buffalo Wild Wings, so you can get your order to-go and make a noble attempt. Best of luck to you.