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Multitude of Super Bowl LIV watch parties to take place across Valley

MIAMI, FLORIDA - JANUARY 29: The Vince Lombardi Trophy is displayed with helmets of the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs prior to a press conference with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for Super Bowl LIV at the Hilton Miami Downtown on January 29, 2020 in Miami, Florida. The 49ers will face the Chiefs in the 54th playing of the Super Bowl, Sunday February 2nd. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)

PHOENIX — A new NFL champion will be crowned this weekend as Super Bowl LIV between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs is set to take place on Sunday in Miami.

And for those not fortunate enough to get tickets for the game, that leaves the question of where to view the most-watched annual sporting event in the country.

There will be plenty of places in the Valley hosting Super Bowl watch parties Sunday, among them Casino Arizona/Talking Stick Resort, Twin Peaks and Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill, all with multiple locations.

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community’s Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort will be airing the game at two locations that are both free admission.

Casino Arizona is located on the east side of Loop 101 on McKellips Road, while Talking Stick Resort is also on the east side of Loop 101 on Talking Stick Way.

The watch parties will be offering an HDTV giveaway, food specials and cash drawings at both events which include a jackpot that starts at $3,700.

Talking Stick Resort will be airing Super Bowl LIV in its 25,000 square-foot ballroom, while Casino Arizona’s watch party will be in its 250-seat showroom.

Specials such as $9 pretzel bites, chips and dip, and fries will available along with $19 buckets of domestic beer and $25 for buckets of premium beer (one bucket is four beers).

In the arena poker room, fans can enjoy $9 meal deals and full entrees such as shrimp stuffed portabella mushrooms, sweet and sour pork medallions, prime rib sandwiches and pork green chili burritos.

Casino Arizona will be offering classic bar and stadium food in its showroom that ranges from $1 to $7, as well as $4 domestic drafts; $18 buckets of domestic beer and $20 buckets of premium beer that are equivalent to five beers.

Twin Peaks has three Valley locations:

  • 235 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix
  • 8787 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Scottsdale
  • 6922 N. 95th Ave., Glendale

Specials will include a 24 bone-in or boneless wings plate for $24; a meat and cheese board for $9.99; five mix and match beers for $20; and $5 margaritas and 29-degree Twin Peaks draft beer.

Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill has four Valley locations:

  • 2000 E. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe
  • 7014 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale
  • 2212 E. Williams Field Road, Gilbert
  • 21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix

Specials during the game will feature $5.95 well drinks, house wine and margaritas, as well as $1 off all draft pints. Appetizers are also either $5.95, $6.95 or $7.95.

Single-location watch parties in the Valley include Dog Haus Biergarten (Gilbert), Dave & Buster’s (Tempe) and Uptown Alley (Surprise).

Doug Haus Biergarten is offering happy hour all day that features $2 off draft beer, $3 PBR 16-ounce cans, $2 well cocktails and food specials, and a free side of tater tots with the purchase of any Haus item.

Dave & Buster’s watch party has a plethora of drink specials such as $3 hitches of liquor, 22-ounce drafts for $4, and craft pints and bar bites for $5. The restaurant and video arcade will also be offering endless wings and unlimited gameplay for $19.99 per person.

Uptown Alley features 40 bowling lanes; an arcade; two-story laser tag and a full bar. Fans can also choose between a single-topping 16-inch pizza and wings, two 16-inch single-topping pizzas or 50 traditional wings for $25.

There are plenty of options across the Valley when it comes to Super Bowl LIV watch parties.

So where will you be watching when the 49ers and Chiefs kick off at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday?

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