Patch Picks: Superbowl Sunday
Patch Picks highlights editor and reader picks of great local businesses, destinations, services, organizations, ways to spend a day off, and more.
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Patch Picks: Superbowl Bar Crawl
● L2 Lounge will host a decadent Superbowl viewing party with projectors, surround sound and cocktails, in addition to the usual football fare. No cover, doors open at 5 p.m.
● Third Edition is throwing a knock-down, drag-out Superbowl party. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. for a party on two floors with 12 TVs and a jumbo projector. Tickets are $25 to include an all-you-can-eat indoor/outdoor BBQ tailgate and three tickets for beer or champagne.
● The Tombs will host the college crowd and more to celebrate the big game that ends the NFL season and unofficially starts the collective switch to watching NCAA basketball.
● Rhino Bar and Pumphouse may be the home of Eagles fans in the District, but you can bet the bar will be packed on Sunday for the Superbowl. Expect to hear plenty of "boos" from all sides.
● Dixie Liquors offers the convenience of your own home for watching the game. Just buy your beer there and for sports fans, they are offering cases of hometown favorites for both Steelers and Packers fans. Pick up a case of Iron City Beer for Super Bowl XLV if you're a Steelers fan or Packers fans can order kegs of Wisconsin's own Leinenkugel.