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Everything you need to know to enjoy the Super Bowl in Forsyth County
Rooster's Cafe is planning to make 15,000 wings in preparation of the crowd Sunday. - photo by Micah Green

Places to watch the game

For those looking for a place to catch the game with other fans, here are a few local places. All said there is space available on Sunday, but recommended showing up early.

• Rooster’s Café, 216 Atlanta Road

• Taco Mac, 2275 Marketplace Boulevard

• Summits Wayside Tavern, 525 Lake Center Parkway

• Castleberry Ale House, 5446 Bethelview Road

• Cherry Street Taproom, 5817 South Vickery Street


Game day food to eat


The part of the Super Bowl even non-fans can get behind is the food. Here are some game day staples from Best Of Forsyth contest winners.

• Wings: Rooster’s Café, though most venues showing the game will also have this game day favorite

• Burgers: Grub Burger, 410 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 204

• Pizza: Mellow Mushroom, 410 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 200

• Barbeque: ‘cue Barbeque, 1370 Buford Highway


Georgia beers to drink


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Some local establishments have sworn-off Boston-based beers like Sam Adams until after the game. Here are some Georgia-brewed beers recommended by local restaurants.

• You Can Not; Cheery Street Brewing Co-op, Cumming

• Georgia Brown; SweetWater Brewing Co., Atlanta

• Tropicália; Creature Comforts Brewing Co., Athens

• Basement IPA; Scofflaw Brewing Co., Atlanta

• Hop Dang Diggity; Jekyll Brewing Co., Alpharetta