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Tomorrow is Super Bowl Sunday, and you may be wondering where to watch Beyonce preform at halftime. To help you with this epic search, Bwog has put together a list of your local favorites as well as some more adventurous options, all of which are offering food and drink specials for the big day. You’ve […]

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Gearing up for tonight’s big game? Drop by the following joints for special Superbowl deals and steals: Havana Central $29.95 for assorted empanadas, all-you-can-eat shrimp salad, Cuban sandwiches, vegetarian stuffed peppers, rice and beans, and ropa vieja and all-you-can-drink mojitos, sangrias, draft beer, and soda Village Pourhouse $40 for all-you-can-drink Bud Lite and all-you-can-eat wings O’Connell’s […]

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So the Superbowl’s tonight. Whoohoo and etc. One good thing this does mean is that you are at liberty to eat and drink lots of food and beer to quell the nagging feeling that you should be in Butler. May we suggest: Browsing through the local establishments and ordering online. Lion’s Head is offering $7 pitchers of beer. Nacho’s is doing […]

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