Friday, February 4, 2011
The northside Swinging Doors has brats on special for $3.96 a dog. The Wisconsin beer cheese soup is flowing for $2.50 a cup and $3.50 a bowl. Ambitious guests can order a two-foot hot dog for $12.95. Slurp it all down with a 32-ounce Coors Light for $4.95. Pitchers of Bud and Bud Light are a dollar off. Combine that with more than 60 TVs, all of which are big and very visible, and you've got yourself a very fulfilling Super Bowl XLV experience. Get there early to save a space for the 3:30 pm kick-off.
At the Game in Spokane's downtown, pitchers of Bud Light and Coors Light go for $8. Get 20 wings and a domestic pitcher for $20.
Litz's has a buffet and a drawing for prizes.
Coeur d'Alene Capone's is offering $3 pints of Shock Top, $3.50 shots of Cuervo. On special is the Pittsburger with cheese-bread soup.
On the outside the Brass Faucet looks just like an ordinary bar. Inside, TVs abound and dire sports fans sit and stare. A great and quiet neighborhood place to watch the game.
In Liberty Lake make your football stop at True Legends. They're giving away all kinds of stuff including a snowboard, a sled and ski passes, and they're serving Bloody Marys for $4 and domestic pitchers for $7.50.
Other places known for their abundance of TVs include Players & Spectators in the Spokane Valley, Hugo's on the Hill on the South Hill and the Q, at Northern Quest Casino. (Go to any of these places and you can even gamble during halftime.)