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Super Bowl XLVII: Where to go and what to do

Big screens, wings, and plenty o' beer

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Super Bowl Sunday might as well be a national holiday — it seems like everyone from your kids to your grandma tunes in, if not to watch the pigskin get thrown around, then to laugh at the commercials. This Sunday, the Lowcountry is having a super-sized Super Bowl, with drink and food specials, giveaways, and an endless number of screens for you to watch the big game on. So get any work you have for Monday done beforehand. That first morning back at work is not going to be much fun.
       
If you’re planning on hosting your own party this Sunday, Butcher and Bee is offering their culinary expertise so you can order, pick up, and wow your guests with one of their ready-made platters. Choices include pre-made burger, sandwich, hot dog, or roasted portobello platters. You can also grab some droolworthy snacks like take-and-bake nachos, chili, a number of dips, and of course, chicken wings. Ted's Butcherblock also has a special Super Bowl to-go menu. Place your orders for a Grill Pack, a giant 42-inch sandwich, a Barbecue Two Ways platter, or house smoked wings by today, Jan. 30, and they'll be available for pickup on Feb. 2.

Wild Wing Cafe is also offering Super Bowl food to go. Call to pre-order their classic wings, dips, and sliders. They’re also inviting social media junkies like us to win in the Big Game Giveaway by posting pictures on Instagram or twitter of your Wild Wing Super Bowl, whether it’s at your local Wild Wings Cafe, or with some WWC wings at home. Be sure to give them a shout-out on Twitter using their special Super Bowl hashtag, "#SB47WWC".

For your Asian-themed Super Bowl party, Roti Rolls is offering a Tantric Tailgate To Go menu with things like curry/kimchi deviled eggs, thai pimento cheese sliders, curried chicken salad lettuce wraps

If you'd prefer to watch 49ers take on the Ravens in the comfort of your neighborhood bar, you've got plenty of options. Market Street Saloon is throwing a party with drink specials including $2 Budweiser and Miller High Life beers, $3 vodkas, and free BBQ sandwiches for each person who walks in the door. Now that's a warm welcome.

Mad River is home of a 120-inch projector screen, as well as personal booth TVs for you to gawk at while you slug $12 buckets of beer and take advantage of the super-sized game day menu. There will also be giveaways at halftime.

The Roost Bar and Grill in West Ashley is having a massive Super Bowl party, serving it up “New Orleans style.” There will be tents, extra projectors, an ice luge, beads, and hurricane drinks to boot.

O’Malley’s Bar & Grille on King Street invites you to watch one of their 27 HD screens while enjoying a bucket full of Miller or Coors Light for $12.

Mynt may be the new kid on the block, but they’re not messing around this Sunday. Their party will consist of a $10 all you can eat oyster roast, $5 per cup all you can drink Yuengling and Budweiser kegs, half-off food, and half-off any drink from behind the bar. They don’t fall short of entertainment either, with beer pong, flip cup, and corn hole tournaments at halftime. Did we mention there’s no cover?

Midtown will be partying with $10 dollar pitchers of beer and "super tube" beer specials. You can also get 24 chicken wings for $30.

Bighorn's Sports Grill is giving away an NFL jersey each quarter, and providing drink specials all game long.

Head over to Moe's Crosstown or Downtown taverns for their beer bucket special of Budweiser or Bud Light for $15.

Count on the Tattooed Moose for tasty lowbrow game day food: they've got 35 cent wings, corn dogs, beer brats, and $5 pitchers of High Life.

The Recovery Room is planning a $10 all-you-can-eat oyster roast, and The Brick is offering a similar special with $10 buckets of oysters and $15 all you can eat. They’ll also have tall boys of Bud Light for $3 and Natural Light for $2, as well as $8 Bud Light pitchers.

If you’d prefer your Super Bowl by the beach, Loggerhead’s Beach Grill is hosting their third annual Wing Bowl where the contestant to consume the most chicken wings will win a $250 cash prize. Getting paid to devour a plate full of chicken wings? We’re in. They’re also planning on giving away other prizes for the best costume and the best entourage of the night.

Cha Cha’s Tequila Bar is offering customers a chance to win a 50” flat screen, and they’re even giving everyone in the bar a free raffle ticket at the end of each quarter. There will be plenty of specials like $10 domestic buckets, $3 double cheeseburgers, 50 cent wings, $3 margaritas, and $1 PBR drafts.

If you really want to turn Sunday into a party, head to The Ville Sports Bar & Lounge for their Grey Goose Super Bowl day and after party. Enjoy drink and food specials and dancing with DJ BLORD. Everyone gets in free until 10 p.m

Squeeze into Charleston’s tightest bar for their prepaid Super Bowl Party. For $55 you’ll get access to well and call liquors, domestic and imported beers, and glass pour wines. Sticky Fingers will be providing wings and fixings for the party. (The wing spot is also preparing to-go platters if you'd rather celebrate at home).

If you’re in Mt. Pleasant, go to Local’s Bar for housemade grass-fed angus beef burgers, hot dogs, brats, $4 Fireball shots, and $12 domestic buckets o’ beer.

True Blue’s House of Wings is kicking off their Super Bowl party at 4 p.m. with beer, mug club, and food specials.

Daniel Island Grill is throwing a Super Bowl XLVII tailgate party on their patio. There will be a chili cook-off featuring customers' best recipes, a spicy wing eating challenge at halftime, and prizes from the Budweiser tailgate collection. They’re also preparing to-go packages for your at-home parties.

King Street Grille downtown is partying with $3 Kracken Black Spiced Rum all day and $2.50 Bud and Bud Light starting at 4 p.m. They’ll also be giving away prizes and goodies including a Budweiser grill and a Budweiser firepit.

Ravens fans should head to Boone's — they've got a 17-foot screen, $2 Natty Bohs and Old Bay wings. They're serious about Baltimore here, so 49ers fans might want to find another place to watch — or just keep their cheers quiet.

James Islanders can stay local at Castaways, which will have food and beer bucket specials.

If you like oysters with your football, try the Brick. In addition to $10 oyster buckets and $15 all-you-can-eat oysters, they'll have tall boy specials, and VIP tables for six that you can reserve.

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