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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Boston

Here's what your favorite restaurants and bars are doing on February 7, 2016.

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Here are some dining, drinking, and game-watching options for February 7, 2016. (Want to stay home? Check out these takeout and catering options.) Hit up boston@eater.com with any suggested additions; this map will be updated throughout the week.

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Buff's Pub

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Buff's hasn't announced any Super Bowl specials, but if you want great wings, this is the place to go. The bar has eight televisions.

Canary Square

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Serving an all-you-can-eat buffet for $18, with pitchers of Yuengling ($12) and PBR ($10). The buffet menu includes taco salad, pork spare ribs, fried chicken tenders, a taco bar, cheeseburger sliders, and more. The festivities begin at 5 p.m., and cornhole will be set up.

Cask 'n Flagon

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Right by Fenway, this sports bar has over 60 televisions, so you'll be able to see the game from any seat. The large menu includes barbecue, burgers, big salads, and lots more. For Sunday, there will be themed cocktails named after each team for $8.95 and special appetizers for $5 and under (spanakopita, Buffalo spring rolls, chicken cordon bleu bites, and tater tots).

Cathedral Station

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Serving a pub menu beginning at 4 p.m. Prizes and giveaways every quarter.

Champions

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So many televisions — and a 23-foot-tall video wall.

For $25/person, get a guaranteed table for your group, two beers, and an appetizer sampler platter. There's also a wing-eating contest. 21+.

Common Ground

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The game will be playing on large-screen projectors, and there will be a variety of food specials (to be announced later).

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ

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At both locations (Brookline and Harvard Square), Gyu-Kaku is offering an all-day happy hour with barbecue meats starting at $3 and bibimbap starting at $4 (some restrictions apply.)

Max & Leo's at Game On

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$5 coal-fired margherita pizzas all day, and everyone will be entered to win opening Red Sox vs. Yankees tickets at Fenway.

McGreevy's

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Featuring more than 20 televisions, McGreevy's generally offers game day specials along with the full menu and bar. And confetti cannons.

Night Market

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Serving $.50 wings with purchase of an alcoholic beverage. Flavors include tebasaki, numb-numb, dry numb, fu sauce, rendang, coffee barbecue, and black pepper honey. Opens at 5 p.m.

Olde Magoun's Saloon

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Olde Magoun's is hosting its 11th annual chili cookoff from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on February 7. Free to enter and taste — bring a gallon of your best chili to compete. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., it's time for an all-you-can-eat barbecue tailgate party with pulled pork, smoked wings, hot links, bacon mac and cheese, and lots more.

Papagãyo

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At any Papagayo location, arrive before kickoff, tell your server which team you think will win, purchase a beverage, and stay for the whole game. If you do all of these things, and your team wins, your food will be free. If your team loses, you'll get a free entree for your next visit. Reservations required.

Parlor Sports

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One of the coziest little sports bars in town, Parlor Sports is the place to go if you want to drink good beer and eat fun comfort food, from pepperoni rolls to pastrami sandwiches.

Precinct Kitchen & Bar

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Hosting a Sam Adams-sponsored party with beer and the Precinct bar menu available from 5 p.m. until the game ends. There will also be $0.50 wings and $5 flatbread pizzas, along with giveaways. Head upstairs to the Apothecary Lounge to watch on a 144-inch television screen with surround sound. (There will be a Sam Adams bar upstairs with two draft lines.)

Salvatore's

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For $14.99 per person, dine-in guests will get unlimited wings, pizza, sausages, and pasta. The restaurant has televisions located throughout the bar and lounge. The deal begins at 6 p.m.

State Park

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The game will be on (with sound), and State Park will be offering a special menu (also available for takeout preorders) with options including wings (Nashville hot, Buffalo, or tabasco honey), funyuns with nacho cheese dust, kale Caesar salad, chili, fireball caramel corn, and more. For $225, you'll get enough of these dishes and more to feed six to eight people.

Sweet Cheeks

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Special menu items for February 7 include fried chicken and waffles; chipotle Buffalo monster wings; fried drumsticks; and a sandwich bar.

The Fours

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Watch the game while eating comfort food, surrounded by sports memorabilia.

Buff's Pub

Buff's hasn't announced any Super Bowl specials, but if you want great wings, this is the place to go. The bar has eight televisions.

Canary Square

Serving an all-you-can-eat buffet for $18, with pitchers of Yuengling ($12) and PBR ($10). The buffet menu includes taco salad, pork spare ribs, fried chicken tenders, a taco bar, cheeseburger sliders, and more. The festivities begin at 5 p.m., and cornhole will be set up.

Cask 'n Flagon

Right by Fenway, this sports bar has over 60 televisions, so you'll be able to see the game from any seat. The large menu includes barbecue, burgers, big salads, and lots more. For Sunday, there will be themed cocktails named after each team for $8.95 and special appetizers for $5 and under (spanakopita, Buffalo spring rolls, chicken cordon bleu bites, and tater tots).

Cathedral Station

Serving a pub menu beginning at 4 p.m. Prizes and giveaways every quarter.

Champions

So many televisions — and a 23-foot-tall video wall.

Clerys

For $25/person, get a guaranteed table for your group, two beers, and an appetizer sampler platter. There's also a wing-eating contest. 21+.

Common Ground

The game will be playing on large-screen projectors, and there will be a variety of food specials (to be announced later).

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ

At both locations (Brookline and Harvard Square), Gyu-Kaku is offering an all-day happy hour with barbecue meats starting at $3 and bibimbap starting at $4 (some restrictions apply.)

Max & Leo's at Game On

$5 coal-fired margherita pizzas all day, and everyone will be entered to win opening Red Sox vs. Yankees tickets at Fenway.

McGreevy's

Featuring more than 20 televisions, McGreevy's generally offers game day specials along with the full menu and bar. And confetti cannons.

Night Market

Serving $.50 wings with purchase of an alcoholic beverage. Flavors include tebasaki, numb-numb, dry numb, fu sauce, rendang, coffee barbecue, and black pepper honey. Opens at 5 p.m.

Olde Magoun's Saloon

Olde Magoun's is hosting its 11th annual chili cookoff from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on February 7. Free to enter and taste — bring a gallon of your best chili to compete. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., it's time for an all-you-can-eat barbecue tailgate party with pulled pork, smoked wings, hot links, bacon mac and cheese, and lots more.

Papagãyo

At any Papagayo location, arrive before kickoff, tell your server which team you think will win, purchase a beverage, and stay for the whole game. If you do all of these things, and your team wins, your food will be free. If your team loses, you'll get a free entree for your next visit. Reservations required.

Parlor Sports

One of the coziest little sports bars in town, Parlor Sports is the place to go if you want to drink good beer and eat fun comfort food, from pepperoni rolls to pastrami sandwiches.

Precinct Kitchen & Bar

Hosting a Sam Adams-sponsored party with beer and the Precinct bar menu available from 5 p.m. until the game ends. There will also be $0.50 wings and $5 flatbread pizzas, along with giveaways. Head upstairs to the Apothecary Lounge to watch on a 144-inch television screen with surround sound. (There will be a Sam Adams bar upstairs with two draft lines.)

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Salvatore's

For $14.99 per person, dine-in guests will get unlimited wings, pizza, sausages, and pasta. The restaurant has televisions located throughout the bar and lounge. The deal begins at 6 p.m.

State Park

The game will be on (with sound), and State Park will be offering a special menu (also available for takeout preorders) with options including wings (Nashville hot, Buffalo, or tabasco honey), funyuns with nacho cheese dust, kale Caesar salad, chili, fireball caramel corn, and more. For $225, you'll get enough of these dishes and more to feed six to eight people.

Sweet Cheeks

Special menu items for February 7 include fried chicken and waffles; chipotle Buffalo monster wings; fried drumsticks; and a sandwich bar.

The Fours

Watch the game while eating comfort food, surrounded by sports memorabilia.

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