Where to catch the big game Sunday
Businesses around the South Shore celebrate Super Bowl Sunday with events, drink and food specials and atmosphere that just screams “Touchdown.” Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: Turn 3
ADDRESS: 2227 Lake Tahoe Boulevard #B, South Lake Tahoe
WHAT: Chili cook-off on Sunday, 20 chilis served until they’re gone, bloody mary specials.
WHERE: McDuff’s Public House
ADDRESS: 1041 Fremont Avenue, South Lake Tahoe
WHAT: Multiple televisions tuned to the Super Bowl
WHERE: Sam’s Place
ADDRESS: 611 Highway 50, Zephyr Cove
WHAT: Super Football Party, including all-you-can-eat buffet for $9.99, Shari’s Cherry Bombs for $1
WHERE: MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa
ADDRESS: 55 Highway 50, Stateline
WHAT: The big game party kicks off at noon Sunday. Food and drink specials will be available. The game will play on numerous big screens throughout the casino.
WHERE: Harrah’s Lake Tahoe and Harveys Resort and Casino
ADDRESS: 18 Highway 50, Stateline
WHAT: Food and drink specials during the game, betting available at sports books in both casinos, raffle drawings throughout the game
WHERE: Lakeside Inn and Casino
ADDRESS: 168 Highway 50, Stateline
WHAT: Bloody mary and food specials, betting available through the casino’s sports book
WHERE: Divided Sky
ADDRESS: 3200 Lake Tahoe Boulevard #7, Meyers
WHAT: 10th Annual Super Bowl potluck, food will be available for order, but guests can bring something to share, game will be broadcast on multiple TVs.
WHERE: Stateline Brewery
ADDRESS: 4118 Lake Tahoe Boulevard #10, South Lake Tahoe
WHAT: Super Bowl playing on 11 flat-screen TVs, happy hour food and drink specials during the beginning of the game, go early to get seating as the brewery is likely to fill up.
WHERE: Mo’s Place
ADDRESS: 3600 Lake Tahoe Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe
WHAT: Super Bowl playing on flat-screens, drink specials, including Jell-O shots
COST: Free or VIP seating for $20
WHERE: Brothers Bar & Grill
ADDRESS: 888 Emerald Bay Road, South Lake Tahoe
WHAT: Breakfast and full bar starting at 8 a.m., Super Bowl on seven flat-screen TVs, food and drink specials and raffle during the game.
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