Watch the Superbowl and celebrate with these great offering treats around town.

Cask ‘n Flagon
62 Brookline Avenue, Boston
804 Plain Street, Marshfield

Boston and the South Shore’s premier sports bar and restaurant, Cask ‘n Flagon, will celebrate the Patriots return to the Super Bowl by screening the game on more than 200 combined HDTVs and serving up “The Big Game Special” ($18). The special pairs a bucket of four chilled Coors Lights with a creative twist on their signature nachos: Instead of using the traditional tortilla chips as a base, the Cask kitchen will dish out potato wedge nachos topped with jack cheese, shredded lettuce, chopped onions, diced tomatoes and jalapeños with guacamole, sour cream and fresh pico de gallo.

City Tap House
10 Boston Post Road, Boston

City Tap House is celebrating their first Super Bowl as New Englanders and will be taking limited reservations, exclusively by phone, leading up to Sunday. In addition to screening the game on their 11 HDTVs – including three mammoth 80” screens that line the bar – City Tap will be complementing their 100+ beer selections with some delicious game day bites like the 10 Spice Wings with house blue cheese dressing and crisp vegetables ($14) and the Pulled Pork Nachos with witbier cheese sauce, BBQ, green onions, red onions and sliced fresno chiles ($15).

Legal Sea Foods
all locations in MA and RI, excluding airport restaurants

Legal Sea Foods is bringing their famous New England clam chowder into your home with their “Souper Bowl” takeout special. On February 4 and 5, house party hosts can pick up a half-gallon – or six “souper” bowls – at any of the location’s takeout counters for only $12 in honor of #TB12. As a bonus for Falcons fans, Legals is calling an audible for Boston College grad and QB Matt Ryan – who wears the #2 jersey – where you can get two quarts (also six “souper” bowls) for $12. (The takeout chowder normally retails for $23.50.)