Watching football is number one on Super Bowl Sunday but eating is a close second. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
Watching football is number one on Super Bowl Sunday, but eating is a close second. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
No Super Bowl party is complete without an assortment of finger food and snacks! (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
No Super Bowl party is complete without an assortment of finger food and snacks. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
Consider buying drinks at Sam's Club or Costco for most bang for your buck. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
Consider buying drinks at Sam’s Club or Costco to get the most bang for your buck. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
The Super Bowl is on February 7 between the number seeded Broncos and Panthers. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
The Super Bowl is on February 7 between the Broncos and Panthers. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
With flying chips, screaming fans and drinks flowing, Super Bowl parties are the ideal places to watch the big game. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
With flying chips, screaming fans and drinks flowing, Super Bowl parties are the ideal place to watch the big game. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
There should be no shortage of food. On top of finger food burgers or hot dogs are ideal. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
There should be no shortage of food. On top of finger food, burgers or hot dogs are ideal. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)
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