Game On: 10 Ways To Celebrate Super Bowl Sunday

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    Whether or not you're pumped for the Super Bowl, chances are you'll find yourself on a bar stool or a house party this Sunday — there are worse ways to spend the evening. But in case you have yet to determine where you're going to hang or what you're going to bring, we've rounded up 10 options for football fun.

    Looking for something a little more creative than a pot of chili? Pick up one of the whole animal packages from Frontier. Not only will you have enough ham sandwiches to feed your entire team, you might even have leftovers, to boot. If heading out into all of the chaos is more of your thing, Untitled offers a slightly alternative viewing party than your tradish sports bar. Watch the game on a huge projector screen while enjoying 1920s-inspired game-day eats like oyster dip with house-made salt and vinegar chips and a special punch that is guaranteed to get you to work about an hour late the next day. You heard us say it; heed our warning.

    So, click through and start making your plans and placing those catering orders. Lest you end up on your couch with a bag of chips.

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