America’s biggest sporting event is undeniably the NFL Super Bowl! Every year families and friends gather around the tube on the first Sunday night of February, to watch the game, catch the infamous commercials, eat up on platters of finger foods, and put money on boxes. The Super Bowl is this Sunday and the staff at Petschauer Insurance wants to share with you some their traditions and advice.
Game Day Advice:
“We all know people like to drink for the games, so make sure everyone has a designated driver or takes a cab to get home. Drunk driving endangers everyone involved from the driver, passenger, and the host of the party!” – Karen Skoler, Commercial Lines Manager
If you plan on setting up boxes for the game, make sure that all rules are set in place before kickoff! This will prevent any confusion or mistakes when it comes to paying out the winners. – Sherri Consentino, Personal Lines Account Executive
“If you’re hosting the party, don’t put all of the pressure on yourself when it comes to deciding what food and beverages to serve. When inviting guests ask them to bring some of their favorite food and drinks. This way you not only have a variety but, you as the host, can join in on the laughter and fun as well! Suggesting that everyone bring something unique can add to the festivities!” – Daniel Bonilla, Social Media Coordinator
Bacon Wrapped Chicken
Cut boneless chicken breast into bite size pieces
Wrap each piece of chicken with piece of bacon
Placed wrapped chicken on a baking tray
Bake in a 400 degree oven 15-20 minutes (or until bacon is crispy)
Transfer to serving platter, insert toothpicks, and serve with dipping sauce of your choice – honey mustard, BBQ, ranch etc.
Can of refried beans
Tub of sour cream
Sliced black olives
Layer ingredients in a cake pan or similar dish, starting with the refried beans. You could also add guacamole, ground meat or chopped onions! Don’t forget the chips !
Recommended Super Bowl Venues:
If you and your friends don’t want to throw a party, you can just attend one of these!
Gottscheer Hall, 657 Fairview Ave. Ridgewood, New York
Free appetizers at each quarter, free hot buffet at half time, and no entry cover!
Plattduetsche Park, 1132 Hempstead Tpke. Franklin Square, New York
Hosting an open bar, all-you-can-eat grand buffet, and all-you-can-eat apps! All included for $45 dollars ($55 at the door).
Paulaner NYC, 265 Bowery, New York, NY 10002
No cover! Click here for Super Bowl specials menu.
Study Up Before The Big Game!
You may not be a football fan, but will still watch the Super Bowl. Study up a bit on the teams that are playing if you’re not acquainted beforehand and you might actually want to watch the game and not just the commercials.