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Smag 7: Super Bowl snacks


Carol Smaglinski February 1st, 2012

Sunday is Super Bowl XLVI, which means two things: football and food. At these seven spots, get comfy, start munching and enjoy the game and its clever commercials.

Dan McGuiness
1003 S.W. 19th, Moore
703-3367


Satisfy everyone in the watch party with menu items from boiled shrimp to sausage and cheese trays. You can’t go wrong with the blackened chicken fingers with an extra crispy crust, which are dusted with a Cajun spice just before being cooked. Get $10 beer buckets while you enjoy the game.

$$ Bar and grill


Louie’s Midtown
1215 N. Walker
230-1200


No matter which team you’re rooting for, kick back and order those fried green beans, chicken nachos or boneless Buffalo wings. Friend Louie’s on Facebook to keep up with happy-hour specials and other promotions.

$$ bar and grill


Autographs Sports Bar
1544 Highway 9 West, Norman
322-6232


Nestled inside Riverwind Casino, this is a neat bar with sports paraphernalia lining the walls. On Super Bowl Sunday, the festivities usually start well before the football game does. Come early for $10 beer towers, “pig skins” (potato skins) and wings in mild, hot or Jason White hot. What’s awesome? Its chicken-fried steak and Philly cheese steak.

$$ Bar and grill


Woody’s Sports Bar & Grill
2501 N.E. 23rd
415-4061


During the timeouts, you’ll want to snack on the chicken Alfredo, the Big Woody Burgers or the 50-cent wings. Regarding those wings, the chef will be preparing them in several variations from hot, barbecue or a nice lemon-pepper cooked in lemon juice. Need more than a snack? Opt for the generous rib-eye that comes with a potato and mixed veggies for $13.

$$ Bar and grill


Jamaica Joe’s Billiard Bar & Grill
5920 S.E. 15th, Midwest City
736-0590


Too cool to party with the tailgaters? This is a bit off the beaten track, but the flat-screens will be tuned to the game. This is good old-fashioned food, with a full-service bar that’s been welcoming regulars since 1964. Look no further for good catfish, nachos, corn dogs, Frito pies, double hamburgers and chicken sandwiches. Do not neglect those fried pickles, either.

$$ Bar and grill


Thunder Alley Grill & Sports Lounge
2127 S.W. 74th
702-0302


Sitting in the alley right behind the 74 South Shopping Center, the grill will have a free buffet before the game. First come, first serve! Check out the pizza and the wings. Note that the wings are baked rather than fried, and the Philly cheese steaks are really good, too.

$$ Bar and grill


Cock O’ the Walk
3705 N. Western
524-0304

Come in for regular beer specials — and try the hamburgers, nachos and wings. What makes them so good? According to one employee, Mason Clymer, “They are fried with love.” Friend them on Facebook to stay up with happy-hour and weekly specials.

$$ Bar and grill


—Carol Smaglinski photos by Mark Hancock and Shannon Cornman

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