The stakes couldn’t be higher with Super Bowl 50 considering this will likely being quarterback Peyton Manning’s final appearance on the gridiron and the Panthers kicking so much ass they have time to take selfies on the sideline.
Since Orlando doesn’t, and probably never will have an NFL team, the bars and restaurants around town have amped up the football viewing experience just for you. Here are the best Super Bowl parties happening around Orlando:
Super Block Party
Watch a life-size Cam Newton on Wall Street Plaza’s gigantic 16-foot LED TV while you enjoy drink specials like $7 Coors Lite pitcher or $4 Fireball. If you get tired of winning free drinks and prizes during each quarter (how could you?), then hop into one of Wall Street’s seven bars for more adventures and of course football.
4 p.m. | Wall Street Plaza, 26 Wall St. | wallstreetplaza.net
Super Bowl Party at Teak
Plant your ass in a booth and feast on $1 wings as the top two teams in the NFL face off in a battle for the ages. Wash down those fiery wings with a 20-ounce Bud Light for $3 and throw your name in the hat for a raffle prize.
All day | Teak Neighborhood Grill, 6400 Times Square Avenue | teakorlando.com
Ten10 Football Party Time
Nothing pleases a football fan more than wings, nachos and beer. It’s even better when the food comes from Smiling Bison. Enter their raffle for a chance to win tickets to the Old Florida Outdoor Festival or indulge in the donuts and beer pairings they’ve become known for.
11:30 a.m. | Ten10 Brewing Company, 1010 Virginia Drive | ten10brewingcompany.com
The Big Game
Hey all of you in the suburbs looking to get turnt! Barrels of beer await you at World of Beer Altamonte Springs. Take a dip in a $4 Sweetwater draft or chomp your way to the finish line of a tasty burger for $5. Did we mention they’ve got brats and wings en masse, too?
Noon | World of Beer Altamonte Springs, 155 Cranes Roost Blvd. | wobusa.com
Super Bowl 50 at West End
What’s better than $1 wings? 50 cent wings, naturally. Our friends at Sanford’s West End Trading Co. have a whole flock of delicious wings ready to fill you up. Get sloshed on some Bud Light drafts from 4-5 p.m. then catch the game on one of their nine HD screens.
Noon | West End Trading Co., 202 S. Sanford Ave. | drinkatwestend.com
Puppy Bowl Watch Party
Not everyone is into hulking 300 pound men slamming into each other in the name of sports, so the Falcon is hooking all of you non-football fans up with a Puppy Bowl watch party. Sip on a craft brew and let your heart melt with each unbelievably cute thing the pups do.
3 p.m. | The Falcon, 819 E. Washington St. | thefalconbar.com
Give the gift of three cans of food, and Rogue Pub will slice 10 percent off your check this Super Bowl Sunday. It really takes the guilt out of getting hammered and stuffing yourself silly on queso.
5 p.m. | Rogue Pub, 3076 Curry Ford Road | roguepuborlando.com
Super Bowl Tailgating Party
Bloodhound Brew Pub is showing the Super Bowl on a 30-foot TV… that’s an entire first-down-sized-TV! If you manage to tear your eyes away from that, they’ve also got 32 other TVs, so they’re basically like a Best Buy, but with a $25 all you can eat buffet and $1 BHB craft beer.
4 p.m. | Bloodhound Brew Pub, 5801 Conroy Windermere Road | bloodhoundbrew.com
Super Bowl 50 Bash
Grab a beer at the bar, which will be showing the Puppy Bowl for all you animal lovers, and find yourself a seat in the concert room as Will’s Pub projects the game on their big screen. Drink specials and food abound.
3:30 p.m. | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org
Related: We ranked Orlando bars based on how many TVs they have, because sports
There’s only one day of the year that all Americans gather round to share a meal and memories: Super Bowl Sunday.