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Park City's Super Bowl Specials

Park City is currently strewn with Sundance celebrities and everyone is putting their best foot forward for the artistic crowd. But kick off for the big game is this weekend, and these game-day restaurant specials could spare you from missing any part of the Seahawks and Patriots face off.

Park City restaurants are offering Super Bowl specials for all different taste palettes.

“Bring your party for the Big Game and let one of our bars and restaurants handle all the cooking and cleanup,” says Park City Area Restaurant Association Executive Director, Ginger Ries. “Whether it’s pizza and wings or wine tasting, you’ll be sure to have a blast.”

Here is a list of places bringing out their special teams for Super Bowl XLIX.

Edgar’s Beer and Spirit Lounge at Deer Valley Resort

Celebrations at Edgar’s Beer and Spirit Lounge kick off at 2:30 p.m., where you’ll find a full après ski menu of items such as Potted Pimento Cheese, House Smoked Salmon and Turkey Chili Nachos. Their Game Day special is $12 per half dozen savory buffalo-style chicken wings, served with Deer Valley’s blue chess dip, carrots and celery.

Cuisine Unlimited

Cuisine Unlimited handles all the cooking for any order over the 10 person minimum. Choices start with homemade veggie chili or Cuisine Unlimited’s famous chicken and white bean chili. Next they offer monster 14-inch bagels and sub sandwiches served with cold cuts of turkey, beef and ham, cheeses, veggies and spreads. Individuals can have their own Caesar Salad for an additional $7 or the football potato salad for $4 per person.

Deer Valley Grocery Café

Pulling out all the stops with its Super Bowl Sunday takeaway menu, Deer Valley Grocery Café features child shrimp, barbecue-and-cilantro-lime-glazed ribs, pulled pork salad, turkey chili, chips, peanut butter truffles, whoopie pies and more. Gluten-free and vegetarian selections are also available. Prices are a la carte, ranging from $4.50 for a bag of cashew caramel corn, to $30 for a six-person Caesar salad platter. Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30, and picked up by 7 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.

Fox School of Wine

The school’s Weekend Wine Series continues with “Move Over Beer: Wine for the Bowl,” featuring five wines paired with Super Bowl favorites like wings, chips and salsa and sandwiches. The event costs $25.

Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar

Park City’s premier destination for surf and turf is serving up a range of specials Sunday: two-for-one appetizers and such rolls, plus USDA Prime Lespri Burgers during the game and all night long. Enjoy your order while watching the game on the three flat-screen TVs in the Lespri Lounge.

Royal Street Café at Deer Valley Resort

In addition to the restaurants full menu, Royal Street Café will be serving two specials for Super Bowl Sunday. They include braised Bison with fire-roasted chili and fresh baked skillet cornbread as well as fried chicken wings served in either traditional buffalo sauce, house made chili sauce or teriyaki. (Royal Street Café will be closed for dinner service on Super Bowl Sunday.)

The Brass Tag at Deer Valley Resort

Celebrations at The Brass Tag will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday. Specials include half-dozen brick-oven roasted wings with a choice of flavors including a peanut satay sauce, ranch rubbed with Frank’s Red Hot dipping sauce, bourbon BBQ glazed and a pretzel-crusted, honey mustard sauce. All wings are served with carrots and celery sticks and Deer Valley house made ranch or Deer Valley Blue Belle cheese dipping sauce.

Wasatch Brew Pub

This Park City brewery will be offering its $5 “Build-Your-Own-Bloody-Mary Bar,” plus $5 “Nacho and Nacho Bar.”

Edge Steakhouse 

For the first time ever, Edge Restaurant is introducing a dining experience just for Super Bowl Sunday, so you won’t want to miss your one chance. Starting at 4 p.m., you can begin the celebration with their “Brown Bag Special,” which consists of a 16 oz. PBR in a paper bag for $4. Catering to the devoted fan in you, try the “Seattle Crab Cake Sliders” and “New England Lobster Roll Bites” to keep you in football spirit all night.

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