3 Haute Ways to Watch the Super Bowl

The Bears are preparing for one of the most anticipated match-ups of the century, meeting their oldest division rival for only the second time in post season since 1941. In true competitive fashion, here are our picks for how to celebrate the big day(s) and the rest of the season in style.

Super Bowl at Chicago Cut

As a stylish alternative to the sports bar Super Bowl viewing experience, On Super Bowl Sunday, Chicago Cut Steakhouse will offer a decadent 4-course menu and wine pairing for only $90 per person (plus tax and gratuity), a $150 value, and a chance to watch the game in style on an 8-foot screen against the splendid Chicago skyline.

Chicago Cut Steakhouse’s Super Bowl prix-fixe menu includes a choice of classic Shrimp Cocktail, Crab Cake, Mixed Greens or Soup of the Day to start; a choice of the Chicago Cut Bone-In Filet Mignon, Chilean Sea Bass with Valencia Orange reduction, or Crispy Amish Brick Chicken; sides of Creamed Spinach and Mashed Potatoes; and Apple Pie à la Mode for dessert.  The menu is perfectly paired with a bottle Conn Creek “Herrick Red” Napa Valley or Terlato Chardonnay Russian River Valley wines.

300 N. LaSalle St. 312.329.1800. www.chicagocutsteakhouse.com

JW Marriott Playoff Package

The JW Marriott Chicago, the newest and closest luxury hotel to Soldier Field is offering guests the opportunity to enjoy luxurious overnight accommodations for a room rate of $209. To ensure guests make the most of the game day celebrations, this package also includes a $50 Amex gift card perfect for tailgate food and beverages or new, warm Bears gear.

Visit http://marriottetools.netlinkrg.com/viewrate.cfm?ID=18812 to book.

District Bar

Offering Kegs and Eggs to take you back to the college tailgating days, this River North hotspot is often frequented by Jay Cutler, Devin Aromashodu, Garrett Wolfe, Patrick Mannelly, Kahlil Bell and the rest of the players so you can drink where you play.

170 W. Ontario St. 312.337.3477. http://www.district-bar.com/