You've survived a blizzard, the Boston yeti and deflategate, which can only mean one thing: It's finally time for the Super Bowl. If you're just now emerging from your winter storm hibernation and you're not sure where to go, don't worry. We've got a few places you can watch your Pats take on the Seahawks, and get something tasty to eat, too.
Multiple locations, www.papagayorestaurants.com
Papagayo is feeling pretty confident about the Pats' chances. If the team wins, you can eat free at the burrito place. You have to get there by kickoff and order at least one drink, but after that, you can focus on the thought of free food and sweet victory. And hey, even if the Pats don't emerge on top, your meal is still half-price. Reservations are mandatory, though, so make sure to make one.
1381 Boylston St., www.sweetcheeksq.com
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Nothing says football like barbecue, right? This South End barbecue joint is offering a special $30 deal to come watch the game and get almost anything on the menu, including drinks, entrees, sides and desserts. There will also be both a Bloody Mary bar and a mimosa bar to keep your energy up during the game. Reservations recommended.
70 Union Square, Somerville, www.brassunion.com
This Somerville spot is getting a special new 70 inch flatscreen TV to watch the game, and they're planning to rearrange all the couches to create that special theater effect. This might be the option for you if you have non football fan friends. The bar's trademark shuffleboard will still be available if anyone needs a break from watching the game.
Cask 'n Flagon
62 Brookline Ave., www.casknflagon.com
This sports bar is doing a special charitable drive in honor of deflategate: Bring in a football, and they'll donate it to Good Sports, an organization providing gaming equipment to underprivileged kids, and you'll earn yourself a free appetizer. Plus, they have a special Gronk cocktail, made with vodka, lemon juice, blue curacao, grenadine and simple syrup.
Poe's Kitchen at the Rattlesnake
384 Boylston St., www.poeskitchen.com
Poe's is getting in the mood early by having a Burrito Bowl on Saturday night, with local chefs competing to see who makes the best burrito. Tickets are $25, and the chefs are basing their creations on the cities of their favored team. But if you'd rather head out on Sunday, they're also offering special $8 chipotle wings to accompany your viewing.