Still making Super Bowl plans? Here are a few more spots featuring Super Bowl specials on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1.
* Lucky Strike, the bowling and entertainment center in the Denver Pavilions, offers 12 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, a 100 square-foot video wall, four tournament-quality billiards tables, an outdoor patio and a private party lounge with four lanes of its own. Big game specials from 11 a.m. to midnight at Lucky Strike Denver include one-dollar shoe rentals, three-dollar bowling, three-dollar Fireball shots, four-dollar Bloody Mary bar and eight-dollar Mimosa carafes.
* At Hard Rock Cafe in the Denver Pavilions, guests can enjoy a special menu with limited-edition, shareable offerings from now through Feb. 1.
The menu includes new Triple Threat Sliders, a trio including: brie and fontina macaroni and cheese burger on a Bavarian pretzel roll; double pork burger, an Angus beef burger glazed with sweet and spicy barbecue sauce, hand pulled pork, smoked bacon aged cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese on a Bavarian pretzel roll and a Tangy Buffalo Burger, Angus beef burger topped with tangy buffalo wing sauce, blue cheese and Monterey Jack cheese on a Bavarian pretzel roll.
And during the big game only for $21.95 per person, guests can also enjoy their choice of Hard Rock Cafe Local Legendary Burger (including the Legendary Burgers from Denver, as well as New England and Seattle); a craft beer; and an all-you-can-eat wing bar.
* During the Big Game, Randolph’s, in the Warwick Hotel at 1776 Grant St., is serving bottomless Super Bowl baskets such as chips and salsa, a seven-layer-dip bar, wings with three sauces or bottomless French fries for $25 or $12.50 for children. Additionally, Randolph’s will offer draft beers for two dollars; house wine for six dollars and house cocktails for four dollars, as well as football-friendly specials on burgers, flat breads, brats, ribs and more. The game will be shown on the restaurant’s two televisions, with an additional 50-inch flat screen.