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We've rounded up some of the best spots to drink a cold one and watch the Super Bowl this Sunday.

Want to watch the big game along with other fans at a neighborhood bar Sunday? Here's a rundown of Shore watering holes with plenty of screens.

: Connolly Station promises its biggest Super Bowl party yet. The tavern will be giving away a caribbean trip and a flat screen HDTV. Specials include Miller Lite mugs and bottle specials with their "famous" football menu. 

The Sand Bar will have a new football menu with sliders and pizza. You can get $10 Cruzan Rum buckets, $5 Skyy vodka drinks, $3 Bloody Marys and Mimosas, $2.75 Miller Light and Coors Light drafts. 

: Drink specials include $3 domestic bottles and $2.50 domestic drafts. Half-price plain pizza and wings during the game. Prizes will be given away every quarter.

Rivoli's Grill & Chill, 8 Ramtown-Greenville Road, HowellRivoli's is offering Super Bowl Sunday packages starting at $30 (Bronze package) which includes 12 tickets and one free appetizer. Silver package is $40 and includes 15 tickets, access to taco and hot dog station, and Gold Package is $50 and includes 15 tickets, access to taco and hot dog station and the ability to pick your seat. There will be a Super Bowl trivia contest and giveaways. Call 732-202-8927 to purchase a package.

: Draft House offers "The Ultimate Superbowl Party" with a chance to win a 51" flat screen tv. Also featured is $2 Coors Light drafts, $10 Coors Light beer towers and halftime wing eating contest and touchdown dance contest. 

Jack's Goal Line Stand, 148 Brighton Ave., Long Branch: Jack's is the epitome of a sports bar, with 46 big-screen televisions, and 30-cent wings and $2 Bud Lights this Sunday. There will be a wing eating contest and best dressed fan contest. There will also be prizes and giveaways. 

: The Ivy League will be having food and drinks specials all day during the day as well as prize giveaways during the game.


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