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Where to Watch Super Bowl 2013: Bar and Restaurant Deals In Fort Lauderdale, Broward County

Super Bowl is one of the biggest American parties of the year, and if you're looking to make the day as super as the bowl, we have a list of the best places to find specials in Fort Lauderdale and greater Broward County.

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- Bokamper's Sports Bar and Grill, Miramar and Plantation. Visit website here for locations.

This mini-chain of sport's bars will be celebration Super Bowl with a $60 (plus tax) per person all-inclusive buffet and bar. The deal includes a full open premium bar and a vast array of food options: sushi, Italian cold cuts, wings, sliders, lobster mac & cheese, dessert. Guests are requested to come in beforehand to pick out a spot on the seating chart. Advance registration is required.

- Miller's Ale House, 2861 North Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-565-5747.

All Miller's Ale House locations will be offering a $50 all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink Super Bowl special. Food will include items like oysters, prime rib and mashed potatoes, burgers, wings, etc. All reservations must be paid in advance, but customers get the chance to pick-out a prime spot before the big game.

- Whiskey Tango, 1903 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood. Call 954-925-2555

This Hollywood party spot will be offering a special with pitcher of Miller Lite and eight wings for $14.95. With multiple bucket specials, twenty T.V.'s, and buzz time trivia, the popular bar is expecting to be packed. Staff recommends arriving at least an hour before kick-off to ensure a seat.

- Tarpon Bend, 200 Southwest 2nd Street, Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-523-3233.

As with any big event, downtown Fort Lauderdale's busiest sports bar will be hosting a party. Specials include $7 pitchers of draft beer, $7 baskets of wings, and two for $7 well drinks and wine.

- Capone's Flicker Lite, 1014 North Ocean Drive, Hollywood. Call 954-922-4232.

The pub is doing a host of beert specials: $2 pints, $8 pitchers of Coors Light. Bucket deals include $12 Miller Lite and Coors Lights, and $16 Corona and Corona Lites. Although the staff is still hashing out specifics, the restaurant will also feature Super Bowl food specials. Reservations are highly recommended.

- Seminole Coconut Creek, 5550 NW 40th Street, Coconut Creek. Call 954-977-6700.

Keith Sims, Vernon Carey, Troy Dayton, Miami Dolphins Hall of Famer Larry Little and a many other notable players will be at the casino to watch the big game. For a $25 ticket price,  gets you food, drinks, entertainment, and the opportunity to play Super Score Sunday: a scratch-off card with a chance to win $25,000.

- Duffy's Sports Grill, 1804 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-713-6363.

In addition to it's regular football drink specials--2 for 1 all day, everyday--this chain of sports bars will be offering a 25 boneless wing for $9.95 special. The restaurants do not take reservations; so seating is on a first come, first serve basis.

- The Quarterdeck, 1541 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-524-6163.

Watch the game on dozens of televisions and enjoy a full rack of ribs for $10.99. The bar will be offering  two for one drinks.

- The Parrot Lounge, 911 Sunrise Lane, Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-563-1493.

The busy beachside bar will be featuring a number of food and drink specials for the game: $3  mini-cheesesteaks, build your own sliders starting at $2.50, $3.75 Smirnoff drinks, bucket beer deals, and craft and domestic draft beer specials.

- Stout Irish Pub, 3419 North Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Call 754-223-5678.

The Irish pub is offering $50 all you can drink from 6:00 to 10:00pm. Guests can add an entree for an additional $10.

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