There is no shortage of things to do in Dallas this month, but just in case you didn’t have enough options, or don’t know how you’re going to spend Sunday watching the big game, we’ve compiled a list of fun things to do below. All of them include copious amounts of booze and food, because I’m pretty sure that’s the point of the Super Bowl?
And, if you’re going to someone’s house to watch the game, we HIGHLY recommend bringing this cheesy, creamy artichoke dip with soft pretzel sticks, this s’mores puppy chow, these perfect double chocolate chip cookies, or some zesty chex mix – actually, take it all.
This precious market in Oak Cliff, which serves authentic Italian goods day-to-day, is hosting a Super Bowl party, with an all-you-can-eat menu for $55. Allllll the meats are included, like brisket, pork, chicken wings, sausage chili, spare ribs, hot dogs AND burgers. If that’s not enough, there will be a variety of sides, including mac + cheese, baked beans and potato salad. Wash it down with $3 glasses of wine + beer. How we have never been to CiboDivino is beyond me, and this sounds like the perfect excuse to go. Purchase tickets onsite, or by calling 214-653-2426.
For those of you living in the ‘burbs, head to Pinstack to watch the game on one of 35 screens. They’ll be celebrating Super Bowl 50 with specials, including 50 wing platter, 50% off attractions and $5 23oz drafts.
Bowl & Barrel
One of our favorite restauranteurs is throwing a Super Bowl party at Bowl & Barrel – for $50, you get unlimited bowling (for up to 8 bowlers), bowling shoes AND appetizers (think pretzels, mini dogs, hand pies + peanuts). Side note: the butterscotch pie is to-die-for, so order one of those for us, please.
The Nodding Donkey
Head to the Nodding Donkey, pay $25/person and get 8 wings and a pitcher of beer – you have to RSVP to snag the deal, though. They’ll also be dishing out $15 buckets of domestic beer.
Christie’s Sports Bar
Grab a big group (10 or more), and call ahead (214-954-1511) to reserve a table. Arrive by 3 pm to hold your table, and then go straight for the beer and all the fried food you can get your hands on.
Check out Frankie’s newer space in Downtown, and drink bottomless mimosas and build your own blood mary’s until 3 pm. Plus, happy hour all day, raffles and giveaways.
The Standard Pour
We’ve found TSP to be our recent go-to Sunday Funday spot, so why not make it your destination for this Super Sunday Funday? Their Super Bowl party will feature a special game day menu (if you haven’t tried the food – it’s bomb) and drink specials all day long.