A (SUPERBOWL) Good Time in the Old Town . . .
The Cloud City will be celebrating the Super Bowl in grand style this Sunday, Feb. 3. The bars are usually pretty lively and all generally have some good food and drinks specials going on. Kick-off is 4:30 p.m. as the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in New Orleans. Get there early to get a good seat!
The Silver Dollar Saloon will be hosting their annual Super Bowl Party. The bar provides a delicious spiral ham and roasted turkey with locals bringing side dishes to supplement the main course! Some good eats! The Dollar was a big screen TV and the most HD tvs in town, with lots of seating and a football-loving crowd. While the party officially starts at noon with drink specials including jagerbombs and hot whiskey shots, the crowds really file in about 3:30 p.m. when the food comes out and the party gets started. The Pastime Bar will be having their annual Super Bowl party with a generous spread of food provided by Roy and Jerry. They will also have domestic beers for $3 and well drinks for $3 during the game. The Scarlet will have the doors open at 4 p.m. and the Open Nacho Bar up and running for kickoff. Specials include $1 PBRs and $2 Bud and Bud Light bottles. Head Cheerleader Mom will be officiating the crowd. The Manhattan will be having a wild game buffet during the game.
Leave the Penalties to the Players: Drive Sober!
Increased DUI Enforcement this Super Bowl Weekend.
As you gather with family and friends this Super Bowl Weekend, there’s one important thing to keep in mind: Plan ahead with a sober designated driver. Law enforcement agencies throughout Colorado will have heightened DUI enforcement from 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1 through 3 a.m. Monday, Feb. 4.
During last year’s Super Bowl Weekend enforcement period, 275 drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs during the three-day Heat Is On campaign.
“Over the last two years, there has been a decrease in DUI arrests over the Super Bowl Weekend and we want that trend to continue,” said CDOT Chief Engineer Tim Harris. “If you are heading to a Super Bowl party and plan to drink, please plan ahead and designate a sober driver.”
Last year there were 138 alcohol-related fatalities in Colorado. To combat this, CDOT and law enforcement agencies continue their partnership for the Heat Is On campaign—a year-long high visibility effort that combines a focus on public awareness and increased DUI enforcement.
“Unfortunately the Broncos won’t be playing this coming Sunday, however we know Colorado’s football fans will be watching the Super Bowl and we want to remind them that there is a stiff penalty for drinking and driving,” said Colorado State Patrol Captain Jeff Goodwin. “If you’re celebrating with alcohol, make the smart driving choice and plan ahead before any party or celebration begins by having a designated non-drinking driver. Driving impaired is a crime. And remember to always buckle up— it’s your best defense on the road.”