SUPER BOWL SUNDAY DEALS: Your guide to 2013 Super Bowl food and drink specials in northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND - If you haven't made plans for Super Bowl Sunday, check out our list of local bars and restaurants featuring food and drink specials for this weekend's championship game. If you know of any other deals, email Janet Lueken at janet.lueken@wews.com

 

Rivals Sports Grille
6710 Smith Rd., Middleburg Hts.
21-267-0005
All-day specials
$3 Christmas Ale
$2 Coors Light draft
$4.99 48-ounce pitchers

Party combos
NFC combo $34.99
25 wings with celery and ranch, full slab of St. Louis ribs and basket of handcut fries with bacon and cheese

AFC combo $39.99
50 wings with celery and ranch flat bread with two toppings

Super Bowl combo $44.99
50 wings with celery and ranch, full slab of St. Louis ribs and ultimate nachos with sour cream

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Harry Buffalo
3619 Midway Mall, Elyria
440-324-3116
Time: 6 p.m.

$19.99 Dine-in special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and a pitcher of domestic draft beer.
$19.99 Carryout special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and cheesy garlic bread/8-lb. wings $36.99/16-lb. wings $64.99/$5 Super Bowl squares (1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd quarters - win $100; 4 th quarter – win $200).

Harry Buffalo
6425 Pearl Rd., Parma Hts.
440-885-2833
Time: 6 p.m.

$19.99 Dine-in special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and a pitcher of domestic draft beer.
$19.99 Carryout special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and cheesy garlic bread/8-lb. wings $36.99/16-lb. wings $64.99/$5 Super Bowl squares (1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd quarters - win $100; 4 th quarter – win $200).

 

Harry Buffalo
4824 Great Northern Blvd., North Olmsted
440-734-4545
Time: 6 p.m.

$19.99 Dine-in special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and a pitcher of domestic draft beer.
$19.99 Carryout special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and cheesy garlic bread/8-lb. wings $36.99/16-lb. wings $64.99/$5 Super Bowl squares (1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd quarters - win $100; 4 th quarter – win $200).

 

Harry Buffalo
18605 Detroit Ave., Lakewood
216-221-1313
Time: 6 p.m.

$19.99 Dine-in special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and a pitcher of domestic draft beer.
$19.99 Carryout special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and cheesy garlic bread/8-lb. wings $36.99/16-lb. wings $64.99/$5 Super Bowl squares (1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd quarters - win $100; 4 th quarter – win $200).

 

Harry Buffalo
5596 Highland Rd., Highland Hts.
440-868-0088
Time: 6 p.m.

$19.99 Dine-in special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and a pitcher of domestic draft beer.
$19.99 Carryout special: One topping pizza, boneless wings and cheesy garlic bread/8-lb. wings $36.99/16-lb. wings $64.99/$5 Super Bowl squares (1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd quarters - win $100; 4 th quarter – win $200).

 

Harry Buffalo
2119 Mentor Ave., Painesville Township
440-352-8800
Time: 6 p.m.

Dine-in special: $2 Kill the Keg – 16-ounce Coors Light and Miller Lite draft
$5.99 pepperoni pizza
$5.99 boneless wings
$19.99 carryout special: One topping pizza, buffalo wings and cheesy garlic bread/ 8-lb. wings $36.99/16-lb. wings $64.99/$20 Super Bowl squares

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Barley House Cleveland
1261 W. 6 th St., Cleveland
216-623-1700
Time: 6 p.m.

All-you-can-eat-and-drink for $35
Package includes:
-Coors Light draft
-House wine
-Call drinks
-Tailgaters buffet

*Anytime there is a safety, top shelf liquors will be available for $1 during that quarter

*Super Bowl squares for $10

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The Blind Pig
1228 W. 6th St.
216-621-0001

10th anniversary extravaganza
$25 prepaid online purchase or advanced raffle ticket
$30 at the door includes food buffet of burgers, hot dogs, brats, pasta and more

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Stamper's
217501 Lorain Rd., Fairview Park
440-333-7826
Time: 6:30 p.m.

$2 domestic bottles and pints
$3.50 hot dog bar with chips
49-cent boneless wings
$9.99 steak dinner
half off all bottles of wine

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Grayton Road Tavern
4760 Grayton Rd., Cleveland
216-265-7770
Time: 4:30 p.m.

$20 all-you-can-drink draft beer and food buffet served all game

Beers: Yuengling, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Labatts

Shot specials and Super Bowl squares

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