Super Bowl XLVII kicks off this Sun., Feb. 3. Make a Greater Raleigh restaurant part of your game day festivities. Hit the town to watch Baltimore and San Francisco battle it out on the big screen. There are numerous spots in Greater Raleigh where you can enjoy the nation's most popular sporting event over delicious food and beer.

Ravens fans will be cheering on their team at Lynnwood Grill. Enjoy a speciality pizza, fried mac and cheese or cheddar bacon fries. Better yet, wash down the delicious food with one of the 20 beers on tap.

49ers fans will be at High Park Bar and Grill, a family-friendly restaurant founded over 50 years ago. You'll have to try their award winning original buffalo chicken wings. High Park Bar and Grill has over 25 high definition TVs; 49ers fans are guaranteed not to miss a play.

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Woody's at City Market is hosting a Super Bowl Giveaway, 5-11pm. Enjoy beer and Woody's jumbo chicken wings while watching the game on the big screen. You'll have the opportunity to win $100 and other awesome prizes.

Tobacco Road on Glenwood Ave. is always a great option. You'll feel right at home while lounging in a recliner located in front of numerous TV's. You might have trouble deciding between a $9 Miller Lite pitcher or a $15 margarita pitcher, just a few of the great specials on Sun. night. The food is wonderful and features local ingredients. One of my favorite dishes is the buffalo chicken sandwich with sweet potato fries.


Rudino's has four locations in Greater Raleigh, each with their own specials and select pitchers for $10 or under. Enjoy a homemade pizza or grinder with fresh toppings. Did you know, Rudino's scratch made dough is baked daily on site? No wonder this family business has expanded throughout Greater Raleigh.

Backyard Bistro is a popular spot for all sporting events. Five big screen high-definition TVs plus smaller screens throughout the restaurant will show the Super Bowl. The best part about your viewing experience is that individual speakers at each table let you control the volume of the game. With numerous local beers on draft and a classic pulled pork sandwich, you'll never want to leave your cozy booth.


Cleveland Draft House in Garner is a family-style restaurant and bar with 42 beers on tap. For $275, Cleveland Draft House is offering an all-you-can-eat buffet, door prizes and free pool to groups of up to 20 people. The bar will also have half-price wings.

Crabtree Tavern is hosting a Super Bowl Party, which costs $34 for all-you-can-eat food and all-you-can-drink beer. The party starts at 6pm until the game's two-minute warning. The bar also has 22 high-definition TVs and 14 beers on tap. Sounds like a great time!

The BrickHouse is a homey sports bar tucked away near Meredith College. With over 40 beers on tap, eight big screen TVs and over 30 plasma and LCD TVs, you'll be set to watch the Super Bowl from any angle. The BrickHouse also offers both indoor and outdoor cornhole boards, four championship pool tables and dart boards for your enjoyment.

Joel Lane's Pub serves a full menu of delicious burgers, gourmet wings and tavern fare alongside a wide selection of local beer, bourbon and fine wines. Joel Lane's Pub is hosting a Super Bowl Party with lots of great specials, which include 50 cent wings, $2 hot dogs, $4 Fireball shots and more. There will also be a huge screen for you to enjoy the game.

If you're looking for a spot to watch the game on Hillsborough St., try visiting The Keg or East Village Grill. Both places are having Super Bowl parties with great food and drink specials. East Village Grill is also offering a great carry-out special. For your own Super Bowl party you can purchase 60 wings, chips and salsa and a gallon of tea or soda for only $50.

Wherever you decide to watch the Super Bowl and regardless of which team is the winner, you're guaranteed to have a fun time in Greater Raleigh!

Written by local Foodie, Kristen. Follow her foodie adventures on Twitter!