Happy Super Bowl, Columbia! It’s still the beginning of the semester, so there’s a good chance that many of you will be watching the game instead of the sky turning from light to darkness from inside the depths of Butler. So in the spirit of procrastination and camaraderie, Bwog presents a few neighborhood game-watching options.

New-ish Japanese restaurant Tokyo Pop is tuning their television to the game and offering student sushi specials. $14/person (for 10 pieces of sushi).

The Heights (for when 1020 is just too far) is offering happy hour all day (4pm-11pm) and wings are going to be half price. As a not completely unrelated side note, according to The Heights’ website, the bar’s slogan is: “Quenching babes is what we thirst.”

Havana Central is featuring a $19.95 all-you-can-eat buffet $6 pitchers of beer during the hours of the game, plus $2 shots during halftime (Tom Petty!)

Toast, Deluxe, and AmCafe, while not offering any reduced-price food or drinks, are still turning into the game on television.

And of course, there is going to be a party and television at the Kraft Center, from which Bwog’s embedded sports correspondent Christoper Morris-Lent will be periodically dispatching about the game.