Warning: This party will make you the de facto Super Bowl host for years to come. It’s that awesome.
Guests don’t want to be bothered with forks when they’re busy gesturing at the TV and holding a beer. So set out easy snacks, like chips and dip, to nosh on when the entourage arrives. Then keep your main course simple and handheld (think: wings, pizza, or ribs).
Nothing’s better than watching your favorite players (and commercials!) in high-def glory. Except maybe in killer surround sound. Use the game/party as an excuse to treat yourself to a new toy.
Try the Insignia Home Theater Soundbar Speaker System. Have a few Sofa Cushion Drink Holders to clip to your couch! It’s all about creating the full theater experience!
This isn’t a formal dinner party, so don’t limit your guest list: It’s the Super Bowl. It’s meant to be rowdy. Your goal should be to get a noise complaint from your cranky neighbor. Anyone you like hanging out with who’s remotely interested in football, free food, or free-flowing booze is invited. Period.
Beer and football is definitely one of the greatest pairings of all time (it’s right up there with peanut butter and chocolate), but that doesn’t mean you can’t add some flair to your bash with a signature cocktail.
Try a Bloody Doctor, a twist on the traditional Bloody Mary; it’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Like your menu, the decor should be simple. Move furniture closer to the TV, throw pillows on the floor for extra seating, and grab chairs from the dining room. Oh, and stash those crystal candlesticks from Aunt Betty and other breakables that may fall victim to overzealous cheering.
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