Super Bowl Sunday: Where to Watch the Big Game

There are plenty of places in Lemont to eat and drink on the cheap during Sunday's football extravaganza.

Grab your friends and head to one of these spots in Lemont for food and drink specials that will keep you satiated through the final touchdown. The game kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.

, 12371 Derby Road 

As one of Lemont's largest sports bars, 3 Corners has plenty of space for sports fans looking to watch the big game, which will be shown on all 20 of the restaurant's HD televisions. At halftime, they'll be raffling off a Matt Forte jersey (even though the Chicago Bears aren't in the game). Everyone who arrives before kickoff will receive a free raffle ticket for the jersey.

Drink specials include $10 Miller Lite/Coors Light buckets and $2 Coors Banquet drafts. The restaurant is also offering $5 starters and $7 burgers.

Co-owner Kevin Metz said 3 Corners is also accepting catering orders through Friday, to be picked up Sunday. Many customers have already ordered trays of buffalo wings, "miniwiches," and macaroni and cheese.

, 319 Front St.

Front Street Cantina's Super Bowl Bash will include a "Battle of the Musicians" in the afternoon before the game starts.

Drink specials include $5 pints of Bloody Marys or sangria, $5 mimosas, $3 bottles of Modelo, $3 "You-Call-Its" (all draft beer, bottled beer and well liquor) and $2 Old Style tallboys. There will also be half-priced appetizers and free chili.

Musicians interested in competing Sunday should contact Amy Kelly at zac17k@yahoo.com.

, 103 Stephen St.

Terri O'Neill of Hope and Friendship Ministries will be at Stonehouse beginning at 3:30 p.m. to run the "Superbowl for a Superneed" 50/50/50 raffle (50 percent of proceeds will go to the Lemont Township Family Assistance Fund, and 50 percent will be divided into two $50 prizes). Prizes will be drawn at halftime. Tickets cost $1 each or $5 for six. Tickets are available at Stonehouse Pub or the Lemont Township office, 1115 Warner Ave.

Stonehouse will also have a Super Bowl trivia contest at 4:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded.

Specials include $3 Just-a-Burger with fries, $5 Queen Bloody Mary, $2.25 domestic bottles and drafts, and $3.50 glasses of wine.

, 1131 State St.

Illinois Bar and Grill is offering a $1 Bloody Mary, as well as $5 Miller Lite pitchers. Shots will be offered when teams score.

Free pizza will also be served at halftime.

, 1015 State St.

An employee at Nickey V's said they are bringing in a big screen and a projector for the game Sunday.

Drink specials include $3 import bottles, $1 Bloody Marys, $3 Smirnoff mixers and $2 shots of flavored Smirnoff. Free pizza will be served at halftime.

, 110 Stephen St.

Tom's is offering a potluck buffet for football fans Sunday. Those who bring a dish to share will receive a $5 gift certificate good for food or drinks. The bar will provide Sloppy Joes, as well as white chili, potato salad, jalapeno deviled eggs, brownies, cucumber appetizer, mac and cheese, and shrimp.

Drink specials for the game include $11 domestic buckets and $16 import buckets.

, 308 Canal St.

The Vault is celebrating its first Super Bowl in downtown Lemont. 

Free appetizers will be served at halftime, and the bartenders are currently working on drink specials. An employee said the specials will include draft and bottled beer, a mixed drink and one of the bar's signature martinis.

, 14196 McCarthy Road

Orange 13 co-owner Christopher Dabek said Orange 13 "is doing the Super Bowl, Vegas style."

Dabek said the restaurant will prepare appetizer platters, and will offer a number of unique drinks to enjoy with the game. A representative from Argus Brewery in Chicago will be on hand to offer samples.

Rick February 03, 2012 at 03:29 PM
is there a cover charge at any of these places
Amanda Luevano February 03, 2012 at 04:13 PM
None of them mentioned a cover charge. If I hear different, I will post something. But I called and asked each of the places what they were doing for their specials—drinks, food, entertainment, etc.—so I think they would have mentioned it.


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