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Chicago spots to eat, drink and watch the Super Bowl



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Updated: March 1, 2014 6:12AM

Looking for an eating game plan Super Bowl Sunday? Here are a few spots where you can score:

Howells & Hood, 435 N. Michigan. Chef Scott Walton’s 1871 Chili goes up against recipes by local chefs in a “souper” bowl chili cook-off beginning 3 p.m. Chili flights; $15.

The Smoke Daddy, 1804 W. Division. Get your Swerski swerve on during the Bill “Da Superfan” Swerski Super Bowl party with meat buffet ($10) beginning at 3 p.m. Best Superfan (fake mustaches and sunglasses provided) wins a gift.

Dunlays on the Square, 3137 W. Logan. Upscale bar food and microbrews highlight a party benefitting Stand Up For Kids; $100. Party time is 4:30 p.m.

Troquet Ravenswood, 1834 W. Montrose. The Troquet burger (6-ounce burger, arugula, brie, smoked onion, Troquet sauce) and Kronenbourg 1665 pairing will be featured game day; $10.

Standard Market Grill, 444 W. Fullerton. Indulge in the all-you-can-eat pizza, sandwiches, bar bites with nonalcoholic beverage special (4:30-8:30 p.m.); $25.

Deuce’s & The Diamond Club, 3505 N. Clark. Domestic beer buckets, call liquor cocktails and appetizer buffet deal will be available at kick-off; $30.

Barn & Company, 950 W. Wrightwood. A bucket of canned beer and candy makes a sweet deal; $15.

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