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Easily Score A Touchdown With These 7 Football Specials

Posted on: September 1st, 2016 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

Football season is back and the boys in my life could not be happier. If you are excited for the return of football season, you should check out these spots in town that make hanging out with friends, eating great food and catching your favorite team incredibly easy. Check out these 7 football specials hosted by your favorite local eateries and then call a play of your own!

Easily Score A Touchdown With These 7 Football SpecialsKelly’s at Southbridge | 7117 E. 6th Ave. | Scottsdale | 85251 | 480.393.3205
Easily Score A Touchdown With These 7 Football SpecialsEvery Sunday, Kelly’s will offer all day happy hour including half price bruschetta, bottles of wine & champagne, $4 drafts, well drinks & house wine and $4 off Kelly’s cocktails and starters. Kelly’s has 10 big screen TVs where you can catch all the football action with NFL Sunday Ticket and the PAC-12 Network.

Thirsty Lion Gastropub | Multiple Locations
Easily Score A Touchdown With These 7 Football SpecialsFrom 10am – 2pm, every Saturday and Sunday through the end of the football season, Thirsty Lion’s Tempe and Scottsdale locations will serve new breakfast items including Irish Whiskey French Toast and Huevos Rancheros. Besides breakfast, on Sundays all three Thirsty Lion locations will offer $5 Bloody Mary’s, $5 Mimosas and $4 Coors Light. Watch football all weekend long and catch all the ASU games on the PAC-12 Network and all professional games on Sundays with NFL Sunday Ticket.

The Wing Counter | 5350 W. Bell Road | Glendale | 85308 | 623.463.6881
Easily Score A Touchdown With These 7 Football Specials_The Wing CounterStarting on September 11th through the 2017 Super Bowl, The Wing Counter will offer Football Madness Special. You can get 10% off any party tray (50 wings minimum) through the Super Bowl. When the Cardinals win, you can get 25% off a party tray buy (50 wing minimum) for the following Cardinals game. If you wear your Arizona Cardinals gear on game days, you can get a free order of fries when you buy an order of wings.

Uptown Alley | 13525 N. Litchfield Road | Surprise | 85379 | 623.975.7529
Easily Score A Touchdown With These 7 Football Specials_Uptown AlleyDuring MondayThursdaySaturday and Sunday football games Uptown Alley will offer a special tailgate menu. This menu is filled with lots of delicious football themed dishes, such as the First & Goal pizza made with mozzarella, pepperoni, sausage, onions, bacon, parmesan and oregano. Or satisfy your sweet tooth with the Super Bowl Sundae made with a chocolate waffle filled with ice cream, caramel sauce, jalapeno bacon, whipped cream and a cherry on top!

Tempe Mission Palms | 60 E. 5th St.| Tempe | 85281 | 480.894.1400
Easily Score A Touchdown With These 7 Football SpecialsBeginning with the season opener on Saturday, Sept. 3rd against Northern Arizona University, hungry fans will get much more than they bargained for during the six-game tailgate series, which features a full menu of game-day classics from the hotel’s signature restaurants.

Fans can feed their game-day hunger with gourmet hamburgers ($6), hot dogs ($4), beef fajitas ($7), BBQ pulled chicken ($6) or turkey wraps ($6), accompanied by either coleslaw ($3) or potato salad ($3). And whether sweet or salty, no game is complete without a snack, including bags of chips ($2), full-size candy bars ($2), ice cream bars ($3), caramel corn ($3) and cookies ($2). A wide selection of beer and wine will also be available for purchase.

And for fans who want to go for the two-point conversion, the hotel will offer a Stay-‘n’- Play package starting at $144, which includes deluxe accommodations for a one-night stay, two tailgate meals per guest room (entrée/side/beverage) with kids under 12 eating for free, and a late check-out of 2 p.m. Whether fans root for ASU or the visiting team, they can book the deal using the code ECCST1.

Tavern Americana | 20469 N. Hayden Road | Scottsdale | 85255 | 480.502.6740
Tavern Americana is gearing up for football season with a variety of specials every Saturday and Sunday.

The specials include pitchers of draft beer for just $8, Bottomless Bloodies for just $12 with penny refills and Happy Hour all day on Sundays. The restaurant will be open on Saturdays and Sundays during football season starting at 10:00 a.m.

The restaurant will also feature specific entrées for each team in headline games, including:

  • Sept. 19: Philly Cheese Steak versus Chicago Dog for Eagles versus Bears.
  • Oct. 3: New York Deep Dish Pizza versus Juicy Lucy for Giants versus Vikings.
  • Oct. 10: Cuban sandwich versus Carolina style BBQ sandwich Buccaneers versus Panthers.

Half Moon Sports Grill | 2 Valley Locations
Easily Score A Touchdown With These 7 Football SpecialsWhether you’re from the Midwest, Southwest or somewhere in between, no matter which teams you root for – both Half Moon Sports Grill locations are kicking off football season in style featuring Game Day Specials from 9 a.m. – 2 a.m. and all of the college and professional games from Chicago, Arizona, and other teams.

Football fans of Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill, a.k.a. Chicago Bears Headquarters, can enjoy the tastes of old Chicago with favorites, prepared by Executive Chef Marlene Portillo, like real Vienna beef Chicago dogs with traditional toppings and poppy seed buns flown in from S. Rosen’s; Italian beef sandwiches on hoagies from Alpha Baking Company in Chicago; and Eli’s Cheesecake, also “imported” from Chicagoland. Plus they can wet their whistle the Midwestern way with $2 Old Style.

Football Season specials include:
Saturday & Sunday Football Specials

  • $3 Coors Light & $3.50 Dos XX Drafts
  • $5 Three Olives Bloody Mary Bar
  • $12 Mimosa Bottles
  • $7.99 Breakfast Specials
  • Any 3 Starters for $20

© Taryn Jeffries 2016

About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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