The San Francisco 49ers are headed to Miami for Super Bowl LIV after defeating the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, and Studio209 was there to get in on the tailgating action.
This week’s episode, airing Thursday at Studio209.tv, features fans of the team from all over the 209 area code, but Turlockers were well-represented among the crowd of 49er Faithful gathered at the stadium. In that group was Richard Curiel, who attended both the NFC Championship game Sunday and the 49ers’ Divisional Round last week.
“I just can’t believe we’re here. It’s awesome,” Curiel said, and shared what an NFL playoff atmosphere is like. “Everybody’s standing up, and you can just feel that roar loud and proud. You’ve got to pinch yourself because you can’t believe you’re at a playoff game…I can’t explain it.”
Some residents chose to stay in town and catch the game, like the large watch party that gathered at Jams@209 Sports Bar and Grill. For those who can’t make it to Miami on Super Bowl Sunday, there are plenty of options around town where fans can not only see Jimmy Garoppolo and company take on the Kansas City Chiefs, but score some meal deals as well.
Ten Pin Fun Center is also offering a Super Bowl special, with an exclusive Tailgate Menu, $10 beer buckets, quarterly drink specials and, of course, a massive, 32-foot television so viewers don’t miss a single play. There will also be a pre-game bash at Ten Pin from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., which will feature $1 wings and $1 beer, and halftime games, prizes and entertainment by The Fun Junkies.
The Super Bowl will be an all-day affair at The Udder Place, where the bar is providing all-you-can-eat tacos for $12, $1 Jell-O shots and $10 pitchers of Coors Light. While taking in the game on Udder’s 15 televisions complete with surround sound, attendees will also have a shot at winning a gift card to purchase a football jersey of their choice.
The Grand Oak is hosting a Super Bowl Party starting at 2 p.m. Feb. 2. Tickets are $60 each and include all you can eat and drink. There will be five TVs including a 150-inch screen.