There are several Buffalo Wild Wings locations throughout the greater Los Angeles area. (Facebook/Buffalo Wild Wings)
Besides looking forward to the epic Super Bowl commercials, you should look forward to who and how you will spend your super bowl weekend.
If you have not found out what your plans are for today’s showdown, don’t worry because Living Out Loud has 3 last minute ideas.
Everyone knows all the sports bars and restaurants will be extremely packed for the Super Bowl, so we suggest that you have your own bar and food at your place. Go ahead and make some delicious food, snacks, and drinks for your guests. Nothing is like being in the comfort of your own home. Oh, and if you don’t feel like making all the food, don’t be afraid to make it into a potluck instead. Variety is always good, and potluck’s tend to bring in more food.
Pizza and Beer Pong
Looking just to have a chill Super Bowl time and not have the whole food shebang? Well, how about just ordering some pizza and playing a little bit of beer pong? Face it, we’re in Los Angeles and more than likely there are not that many Seahawk or Bronco fans, so why not have them entertained by setting up some tables and letting them have some joy off of winning games of their own?
If worst comes to worst and you have no place to go, hit up your buddies and try to arrive early at a sports bar or restaurant with TVs. Luckily you won’t be the only one without any plans, which still guarantees that you’ll have a good time amongst those sharing the sports bar or restaurant with you. Locations to consider include ESPN Zone, Alondra Hot Wings, Buffalo Wild Wings, Big Wangs, Public House, and Barney’s Beanery, among others.