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Super Bowl 2014: Ten Places to Eat, Drink, and Watch the Game

After months of heading over to friends' homes or visiting your favorite bar to watch football every first day of the week, the culmination is here.

The Super Bowl is coming up this Sunday -- your favorite weekend activity is about to take a break.

You better make sure you celebrate properly while you have the chance.

To help you put together a game plan for the big game we've rounded up a list of ten places to eat, drink, and be merry while watching Super Bowl XLVIII this week.

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Jack's Grumpy Grouper

This indoor/outdoor Lantana spot is offering a wide selection of food and drink deals for football fans looking to eat, drink, and be merry. Chicken nachos, six wings (jerk or barbecue), grouper fingers, and pork sliders are all available for five bucks. Fireball, Jaegermeister, Jameson, Absolut, and Wild Turkey American Honey are also $5 a piece, and a number of happy hour specials will be offered throughout the game.

Tarpon Bend

With an 11 foot projection screen T.V., this downtown Fort Lauderdale eatery is offering a wide selection of food and drink specials, including $12 bucks and $10 pitchers of Coors Light and Miller, $3 10 Cane rum drinks, $15 buckets of Corona and Corona Light, and $12 Corona Light Pitchers.

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