For those looking for a place to watch the big game on Sunday, look no further. Super Bowl Sunday will be a featured event at many Bryan/College Station businesses.
Buffalo Wild Wings in College Station, is one place in town that's gearing up for a big turnout.
"We're expecting a really big crowd, so we're going to have plenty of staff. It's Super Bowl Sunday and we're really excited. It's going to be a good time," said Buffalo Wild Wings Manager Emily Swaner.
In addition to some good food, and some good Super Sunday specials, patrons can also enjoy watching the game on a number of different television screens.
"We'll have some other options if people aren't going to be watching the Super Bowl, but I'm sure everyone is going to be watching the Super Bowl," said Swaner.
For those who want to watch the big game on a big screen, complete with surround sound and snacks, Premier Cinema may have just the seat for you.
"On Super Bowl Sunday, we're going to have two auditoriums, at least, showing the Super Bowl on the big screen with our digital projector," said Martin Watson, general manager of Premiere Cinemas.
Admission to view the game is free. Viewers at the cinema will feel a part of the game as they watch the Bears and Colts go at it on a 50 foot screen.
"During the game, we're going to have a mini-bar set up in each of the auditoriums that they can purchase beer from," said Watson. We'll also have concessions going in and out selling all kinds of concession items."
While for many, Super Bowl Sunday is one the biggest party days of the year, some prefer watching the game in a more private setting.
"I'll probably watch at my house by myself," said Aggie Blanca Marquez.
But whatever type of venue you choose, make no mistake, Super Bowl Sunday looks to be big in the Brazos Valley.
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