Portable Super Bowl party food
On Sunday, football fans will be watching the New York Giants versus New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. It's the perfect time to invite friends over to watch the big game.
An estimated 3.49 million people will be throwing a party and more than 61 million others will be attending one. If you've been invited to a potluck party, the Executive Sous Chef from Jack Binion's Steak House at Horseshoe Casino has a few ideas for dishes that are easy to transport.
HORSESHOE CASINO CELEBRATES THE BIG GAME AT THE VENUE (RELEASE)
Sunday, February 5, 2012
Come to Chicagoland's biggest sports bar, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino, to view football's biggest game of the year. Guests can enjoy the game on a huge 60' screen, while Horseshoe Casino gives away $5,000 and two tickets to March Madness in Las Vegas on their charter plane in the Big Game Super Square.
$15 package (advance price) - "All-You-Can-Eat" experience with guaranteed seating on the Venue Floor or Mezzanine level. Guests will enjoy chicken wings, beef sandwiches, hot dogs, chips, turkey wraps, veggie wraps and assorted cookies
$75 package (advance price) - Includes exclusive seating in the luxurious Venue suites and a premium buffet and open bar (please note that open bar starts at 4:30pm in suites).
Who: Open to the public
Price: Admission is free
When: Sunday, February 5, 2012 Doors open at 3:30 p.m.
Where: Horseshoe Hammond
777 Casino Center Drive
Hammond, IN 46320
Tickets: Food packages are available for purchase either at the door, at www.ticketmaster.com or at the Horseshoe Casino Gift Shop.
Must be 21 years or older to gamble or attend events at The Venue.
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