By Nicole Bayne
The Super Bowl isn’t all about beer and commercials. Here’s where to find food specials at local restaurants.
Dollarmania at 100 Montaditos
100 Montaditos is offering cheap specials in the form of $1 Montaditos, $2 sangria, $2 beers, $3 premium beers and $3 salads, and you won’t miss a second of the big game with the venue’s multiple 60-inch TVs with surround sound. / 1776 Wilson Blvd., Arlington
5 for $5 at 5 at Fuego Cocina
Fuego Cocina will extend its happy hour to the entirety of service on Sunday. Plus, at 5 p.m., margaritas, tacos (two per order), Fuego’s hamburguesa, guacamole, and ancho-rubbed, flash-fried Mexican chicken wings are $5. / 2800 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington
Barbecue at Old Bust Head Brewing Co.
Old Bust Head will be extending hours and offering barbecue in front of the big-screen TV. This special takes place from noon until the game ends with barbecue from Bad To The Bone‘s food truck. Yes, the smoker will be on the premises.
Offerings include a pulled pork sandwich ($7) or a platter with two sides: coleslaw, potato salad or ranch beans ($12); a beef brisket sandwich ($9) or a platter with two sides ($14); smoked brisket chili ($5 cup, $8 bowl); and a dozen smokehouse wings ($12). / 7134 Lineweaver Road, Warrenton
Team-Themed Fare at Rhodeside Grill
No matter which team you’re cheering for, there’s a city-themed dish available at Rhodeside Grill. Support the Seattle Seahawks with the Pike Place Market Hot Dog, a deep-fried hot dog with cream cheese, lemon aioli, bacon, caramelized and green onions ($4) and The Final Whistle, a gin cocktail with maraschino liqueur and grapefruit ($10).
The New England Patriots get a nod with the Beacon Hill Fried Clam Sandwich: cornmeal-dusted clams, spicy tartar sauce, tomato, pickles and onion ($8) to be paired with the Good Will Hunting cocktail made with rum, cranberry syrup, Boston bitters and housemade ginger beer ($8). / 1836 Wilson Blvd., Arlington