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Looking to Go Out for Super Sunday? Here Are Some Places To Eat

Here is a guide of local restaurants and bars offering events or deals for the big game.

Are you looking for places to go out to, relax and enjoy the Super Bowl tonight? Patch has put together a list of places offering either special events or deals for the biggest game of the year:

Chappaqua:

Crabtree's Kittle House is holding a tailgate party from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Pregame food being offered includes some 3-alarm wings from John Boy's Farm, pigs in a blanket, deviled eggs, and cheddar and chive popcorn. Half time includes some mouth-watering treats, including sweet potato fries, shrimp tacos with chipotle slaw and buttermilk fried chicken. Finally, second half and post-game treats include funnel cake and other desserts from the restaurant, and Captain Lawrence Beer and various wines are half price. Admission is $44 and reservations are asked. 

Quaker Hill Tavern, starting at 5 p.m., is offering an all you can eat buffet for just $20, giving you access to wing, pigs in a blanket, pasta, ribs and chicken fingers. There will be a cash bar, and eight TVs are available for the game.

Mount Kisco:

O'Connor's Public House is offering free food at half time, along with 20-cent wings all day, as well as Bud Light pitchers that are just $4.50. 

O'Malley's Bar and Restaurant is offering a free buffet at the half, along with Bud Light product giveaways as party favors.

Katonah:

The Katonah Grill has a discount on wings if you order more than a dozen. It is $15 for 18 wings, $19 for 24 and $27 for 36. 120-ounce beer towers are also available, for either regular Budweiser or Bud Light. Visitors also have 10 TVs to watch.

Pleasantville:

While Michael's Tavern does Super Bowl parties when a New York team is in, they are still offering some great deals. A $10 pitcher and wings deal is available at the bar, and trays for food such as chicken fingers and potato skins can be picked up to go for under $40. 

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