UNITED IN ORANGE, TIME TO RIDE
CONGRATULATIONS, DENVER BRONCOS!
Led by superstar quarterback Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos are Super Bowl-bound! The team defeated the New England Patriots on January 19, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, claiming the AFC Championship. Now, the Broncos are headed to MetLife Stadium in New Jersey to face the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl on February 2. Get all the details below, from where to watch the game in Denver to Mayor Michael Hancock's high stakes wager with Seattle Mayor Ed Murray.
This will be the Broncos' first Super Bowl since 1999! The big game against the Seahawks will take place at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium on February 2. Kick off is at 4:25 MST.
Denver and Seattle's geographic locations could not be more different. Denver is located 5,280 feet above sea level on high rolling plains at the base of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Seattle is located in one of the most spectacular natural harbors of the world. But despite these physical differences, Denver and Seattle actually share much in common
Thousands of Denver Broncos fans are heading to the Big Apple for Super Bowl XLVIII. How do you pick someone from Colorado out of the crowd at Times Square? Here are 10 easy ways
New York City is excited to welcome Broncos fans to the area for the big game. Leading up to the game, there will be a multitude of events and attractions throughout NYC for fans to experience, including Super Bowl Boulevard, two-for-one Broadway tickets, concerts, special museum exhibits and more.
More than 1 million people are expected to visit Super Bowl Boulevard, January 29–February 1, noon–10pm, along Broadway between 34th and 47th Streets. Super Bowl Boulevard will feature a toboggan run; 20-foot-tall “XLVIII” Roman numerals for photo opportunities; autograph sessions with current and former NFL players; the Vince Lombardi Trophy; and nightly concerts. NYC & Company will have a welcome center between 43rd and 44th Streets and an information desk on Macy’s mezzanine. Visit nycgo.com/superbowl
for more information.
Where Are You Watching The Super Bowl?? Options Abound Around Denver!
Denver bars, restaurants and hotels are stepping up with a variety of fun and exciting ways to watch Super Bowl XLVIII, from free Jell-O shots every time the Broncos score, to Peyton Manning Specials offering 18% off all draft beers . Breckenridge Brewery-Colorado Craft
2220 Blake St.
With beers from Breckenridge, Avery, Left Hand, Oskar Blues, Odell, Boulevard, River North, Colorado Cider and Redstone Mead, one of Denver’s oldest breweries (located in the heart of LoDo) is offering craft beer and the Broncos – a winning combination. The Cherry Cricket
2641 E. 2nd Ave.
The popular Cherry Creek North pub will be open during usual hours (11 a.m.-2 a.m.) and features food and drink specials, including Orange Coors Light draft pints and pitchers.
Coyote Ugly Saloon
EDGE Restaurant & Bar
500 16th St., #350
Party at Coyote Ugly while cheering on the Broncos. They're offering happy hour until 7 p.m. and Jack specials starting at 8 p.m.Cru - A Wine Bar
1442 Larimer St.
Head to Larimer Square's Cru for 1/3 off bottle of wines, free pizza during the game, raffles and fun prizes!
Four Seasons Hotel, 1111 14th St.
Put a little “edge” in your game at the beautiful EDGE Bar on Super Bowl Sunday, offering $3 drafts, $12 pitchers and half off selected appetizers. Epernay Lounge
1080 14th St.
Not only does Epernay's have 3 flat screen TVs in the bar area but it has a 175” projection screen in the lounge with movie theater style seating to accompany the lounge seating. Epernay's will serve a “high-end” sports bar style food menu as well as the regular menu.Ernie's Bar & Pizza
2915 W. 44th Ave.
All 8 big screen TVS will be tuned to the game and Ernie’s will offer 2-for-1 10”pizzas and happy hour drink specials all day! Harry’s Bar at the Magnolia Hotel
818 17th St.
Two big screens for game viewing. Featuring a “Peyton Special,” 18% off all draft beers, wines or spirits all day …..or try the “Omaha special” of $8 Omaha sliders. Featured game specials: $50 bar tab giveaway, unlimited free wings with beverage purchase and $20 unlimited draft beers. Highland Tap & Burger
2219 W 32nd Ave.
The popular Highlands Home of the Crafty Ladies Beer Club will be offering wings, pulled pork and sausage sandwiches. Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery
1139 20th St.
One of Denver’s newest breweries is offering craft beer and pizza in their taproom with seats available and not jam packed with people during games. Jake’s Food & Spirits
3800 Walnut St.
Best Super Bowl party in Denver featuring the Main Game Special -- a pitcher of beer and a basket of wings with a reservation. 11 flat screen HDTVs and 100" projector screen. Katie Mullen’s Irish Restaurant & Pub
1550 Court Place
Happy Hour food and drink specials starts at 3 p.m. and run all night. La Biblioteca
1610 Little Raven St.
Enjoy a bottomless viewing party from 4-10 p.m. $35 per guest includes bottomless food and free flowing cocktails.LoHi SteakBar
3200 Tejon St.
Mellow Mushroom Downtown
Catch the Super Bowl while supporting Children’s Hospital! For every $25 donation, you will receive complimentary select beers, appetizers and specialty cocktails (limit 5 cocktails per person).
1201 16th St.
Drink specials, $9 medium cheese pizzas and free jello shots every time the Broncos score! Mile High Spirits
2920 Larimer St.
This popular distillery will have the game on the big screens and drink specials all day! The Oceanaire Seafood Room
1400 Arapahoe St.
Happy Hour all night and $1 oysters in the bar.
Prost is hosting a Super Bowl party featuring $.75 wings, $9.99 Mas’s/full litres of all Prost biers and free game pool with a winner every score including big prize each quarter.
The Soiled Dove Underground
7401 E. 1st Ave.
The Ultimate Broncos Party…All-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink for $60 in advance, includes free square pool and raffles with a grand prize of a 42” HD TV. Southern Hospitality
1433 17th St.
Running game day specials, including: all you can eat baby back ribs, Memphis rips and buffalo wings.Tamayo
1400 Larimer St.
At lower Dowtown's Tamayo, drop in for a bottomless brunch and terrace viewing party. Tracks Nightclub
3500 Walnut St.
Big Game, Big Gay Viewing Party featuring a GIANT HD projection screen and multiple large screens throughout the venue, lounge seating, strong drinks and a great tailgate menu!Zengo
1610 Little Raven St.
Enjoy a bottomless tailgate brunch from 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. $35 per guest includes bottomless food and free flowing cocktails.
Great Denver Attractions Support The Broncos
Enjoy some incredible Super Bowl Sunday deals.
On Super Bowl Sunday, buy 1 admission and get one free at the Clyfford Still Museum
with the special code, “BRONCOS.” And when the Broncos win the Super Bowl, the museum will offer free admission on Tuesday, Feb. 3!
The Denver Zoo
is offering 50% off admission prices to Broncos fans wearing orange or their favorite Bronco-wear every day through Sat., Feb. 1. And game day, Sunday, Feb. 2 is a pre-scheduled FREE day. Be sure to visit the orangutans. With their naturally orange color, they just might be the biggest Bronco fans in the city.
Wear something orange and enjoy FREE admission to the History Colorado Center
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. At the museum, you can take your picture in front of the huge bison statue (who just happens to be wearing a Peyton Manning jersey) or try on a Barrel Man replica barrel in the Denver A to Z exhibit. There is a fun case of Orange Crush cans, as well as three floors of exhibits exploring Colorado Stories, Destination Colorado and the Living West.