This Weekend in Chicago – Superbowl Edition

It’s the weekend many of you have been looking forward to since the start of NFL season – a chance to see two teams, neither of which are the Bears, battle it out in Superbowl 50. The ultimate American holiday, Superbowl Sunday is a great time to forget your New Year’s Resolutions (if only for a day), and chow down while watching the Broncos and Panthers, and everyone’s favorite, the commercials.

Not sure what to do for the Superbowl? No worries, there’s still time! We’ve got you covered, whether you want to spend the day out, or at home. Here’s the ultimate guide to Superbowl in the Windy City.

Where to Watch the Superbowl in Chicago:

Chicago Eater has put together a list of 21 of the best spots in the city to watch the game. On the list, Yard House, our neighbor down the street in the New City development at Clybourn & Halsted.

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The 21 Best Spots to Watch Superbowl 50 in Chicago : Chicago Eater

The Sun-Times also weighed in with their 10 best spots to watch the game, and we couldn’t help but notice The Anthem, located in the newly named nation’s best neighborhood, Ukrainian Village.

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The 10 Best Superbowl Bars in Chicago : Chicago Sun-Times

Last but not least, The Trib has put together the best game day deals in town, which notably includes all-you-can-eat tacos and bottomless margaritas at Taco Joint for $42. Hope you remembered to take Monday off!

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Superbowl Specials – Food and Drink Discounts on Game Day : Chicago Tribune

Skipping the crowds and hosting your own Superbowl party? We’ve got the best Superbowl recipes ever!

Superbowl Recipes: The Chicago Blogger Edition

In case you didn’t know, we’ve got quite a collection of awesome food bloggers in Chicago, and they’re sharing their best game day snacks with us.

First up we have Joelen Kenny of What’s Cooking Chicago, sharing 10 amazing recipes for the game, including these Grilled Cheeseburgers:

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10 Game Day Grub Ideas: What’s Cooking Chicago

Anne Colvin, over at A Squared Blog, serves up another 10 game day recipe ideas, including everyone’s favorite, Artichoke Dip.

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10 Tasty Foods to Serve on Superbowl Sunday: A Squared

Finally, it wouldn’t be Superbowl without a big bowl of chili. Jenny at Honey & Birch has got 22 delicious game time recipes, including this pork chili.

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22 Tailgating and Superbowl Food Ideas : Honey & Birch

Hope whatever your plans are, you have a great time watching the game with friends and family.

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