Where will you toast the Super Bowl?
Super Bowl XLVII is less than a week away, and it's quite a historic matchup. Jim Harbaugh and his San Francisco 49ers take on John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in New Orleans.
It's the first time brothers have ever faced off in pro football's championship. And the way the 2013 season has been filled with upsets, this is bound to be an epic game.
Instead of breaking a sweat hosting your own Super Bowl party, check out a few area bars and restaurants. Then, you can leave the sweating to the players.
Although Scozzaro's Old Mill Inn, 4797 York Road in New Oxford, is typically a Steelers hangout, is still hosting a Super Bowl party. For details, call 624-8987 or visit scozzaros.com.
Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar boasts several locations, one of which is in East York. Wings, big-screen televisions and beers on tap sound like a win-win celebration for everyone.
The wings can be ordered as original or boneless with an array of sauces. There are plenty of other favorites to satisfy any hunger level. The York location is at 1211 Haines Road. There are other locations through south-central Pennsylvania.
For details, call 718-WING (9464) or visit www.aroogas.com.
Cobbblesone's Restaurant, 205 S. George St. in York, also boasts 42 televisions, some of which are in booths. The larger four TVs measure 10 feet long and can be seen from nearly anywhere in the restaurant. Choose from an unbelievable amount of draught beers, as well.
For details, call 848-3866 or visit www.cobblestonesyork.com.
Tailgaters Grille & Drafthouse, 204 St. Charles Way in York Township, is another place to watch the big game. Why? It is giving away a large flat-screen television on Sunday. Not to mention, other specials are scheduled, including wings and beers.
Call 741-1159 or visit www.tailgatersyork.com for details.
- LAURA BURKEY, for FlipSide
Check out a Super Bowl primer on the FlipSide blog.