Where to Watch the Broncos Win the Super Bowl

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This is Aspen and that makes it Broncos Country. One can guarantee packed houses and bars for Super Bowl XLVIII, so here’s the rundown of what to expect when you get there. Omaha!

The Aspen Brewing Co. Chili and wings, $5 a plate.

Belly Up AspenReserved seating for a $30 per person food/beverage minimum for the middle and upper railing seats, or $200 per table (which seat 4-6 people). Seating is based on time of reservation and the configuration of groups.

Bison Bar at the Hyatt. Complimentary all-you-can-eat nacho cheese fountain, four flat screen TVs in a living room environment.

Brunelleschi’s. Super Bowl Super Specials. $5 pizzas and $10 pitchers. $20 squares for all four quarters.

The Cantina $2.50 Coors,$10 Pitchers, $4 house margaritas and $3 Fireball whiskey shots. Food includes Mexican hotdogs, gringo nachos and 50-cent wings.

Finbarr’s Irish Pub. Reserved seating for a $50 minimum on food and drink starting at 3:30 p.m.

Hickory House Super Bowl. Giant screen TVs, no reservations, no cover, no minimums. $3 Coors and Coors Light, $12 racks of ribs, $2.50 sliders, 65-cent wings.

Matsuhisa Super Bowl Party. 3:30 p.m.

The Meatball Shack’s Super Bowl $120 per person, all inclusive, all-you-can drink all-you-can-eat. Special Super Bowl Menu and $1 shots. Surround Sound and 3 large HD TVs.

New Belgium Ranger Station Snowmass Village. Happy hour is extended to the end of the game. A free beer taster to every patron for every Broncos touchdown.

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