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Your Bar Special Guide for Super Bowl Sunday

It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday, y’all — the day that all of your emotional Thursday nights and wrecked fantasy leagues have been leading up to. On this glorious day, rife with cheers, tears, and Katy Perry, bars across State College will be ready to take on the football fans throughout Happy Valley — and with clutch specials to boot. Here’s a comprehensive list of the State College Super Bowl Sunday specials:

Arena Sports Bar and Grill:

  • $9.99 “Super Bowl Buffet” (6-9 p.m.): Wings, Chili, Pizza, Nachos
  • $5.50 Bud Light Pitchers
  • $6.99 Large Cheese Pizzas

Champ’s Sports Grill:

  • $2 Bud Light Drafts
  • $6 Bud Light Pitchers
  • $12.99 “All You Can Swallow” Wings

Home D Pizzeria:

  • $9.99 Any Size, Any Topping Pizza
  • 50¢ Wings

Indigo:

  • $1 Draft Beers
  • $2 Mimosas
  • $3 Long Island Iced Teas
  • $3 Domestic Pounders
  • $3 Select Shots
  • All You Can Eat Buffet: Wings, Nachos, Chips, Pizza, and Hot Dogs

Kildare’s Irish Pub:

  • $45 for 50 Wings + Large Fries for $45 (for preorder and delivery)
  • $3 Yards
  • $3 Drafts and Crown Royals (9-11 p.m.)

P.J. Harrigan’s:

  • $2 Yuengling Drafts
  • 50¢ Wings
  • $7.50 Burgers and Meatball Subs
  • $10 Large Pizzas
  • $6 All You Can Eat Taco Bar

Rotelli:

  • $15 All You Can Eat Buffet (5-9 p.m.): Penne Vodka, Wings, Pizza, Buffalo Chicken Mac ‘n’ Cheese, Tater Tot Casserole, and Seattle and New England favorites
  • $2 Big Miller Lite Drafts

West Side Stadium:

  • $1 Pizza Slices
  • 75¢ Wings
  • $2.50 Domestic Draft Pints

If your bar of choice isn’t listed here, don’t worry — most bars downtown are still running their usual Sunday specials and happy hours, so the possibilities of a great Super Bowl Sunday are endless!

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Jessica Myers

Jess graduated in May 2015, with a Bachelor of Arts with honors in English, and with two minors in Latin and Art History. When she says she's "shippin' up to Boston," she's not just singing the song -- she's actually attending Northeastern University this fall to pursue her master's degree. You can follow her shenanigans at her site, http://www.jessicarmyers.com.

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