Super Bowl Sunday is almost here, and local restaurants and grocery stores are getting ready for a busy weekend.
Twin Peaks is one spot where folks can watch the game, and they’re expecting more customers than usual.
General Manager at Twin Peaks Robert Blankenship says they’ll be ready with more staff on deck and more wings on hand.
“We bumped it up by about ten cases, so we’ll have about 400 more pounds of wings than normal,” said Blankenship. “When it comes to the Super Bowl everybody wants wings, but our pot roast is probably the best thing on the menu here.”
On Sunday, folks can expect deals on beer, shots, and drinks at Twin Peaks. With TV screens at all angles, Blankenship says it’s the perfect Super Bowl party atmosphere.
“You have your 55’s, your 65’s, your 83 inch televisions, and we broadcast enough to where people can see everything they want to watch,” he said.
This will be Twin Peak’s first Super Bowl Sunday open in Huntsville. They opened last February after the Super Bowl. They say the Super Bowl and college football Saturdays are big days for business.
For those who plan to stay in for your Super Bowl party, you can also get in on some specials. Star Market in Huntsville wants you to get your Super Bowl snacks from them.
“We have a lot of specials going on this weekend,” said Alexis Heflin. “We have the cold pizzas $5 off. We have wings. We have meatballs, and several of the beers are on sale.”
Local pizza restaurants also expect to be busy making deliveries. In Huntsville, Domino’s, Donatos, and Pizza Hut locations will have more delivery drivers working as more pizza orders will be coming in. An employee at Donatos told WZDX Super Bowl Sunday is usually one of their biggest days of the year for selling pizza.
Humphrey’s and Drake’s also have special offers for folks for the Super Bowl. At Humphrey’s, they’re offering all you can eat wings and fries for just $12 beginning at noon on Sunday. For every $25 you spend at Drake’s, you get a $25 gift card to use there at a later date.
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