What better way to spend Super Bowl Sunday than downtown with your friends and neighbors? You'll find watch parties, food and drink specials, and inevitably someone who is cheering for the same team. Whether you're rooting for the Patriots or the Falcons, here's your guide to watching the game downtown. 

Sunday, February 5:

Bella Luna Wood-Fired Pizza - Take your Super Bowl party to Bella Luna. All pizzas will be half-price starting at 5:30pm, and they'll be showing the game on the big screens in Bella Banquets, their new event space. They're taking reservations for parties of 6 or more. If you want to secure a table, call 540.433.1366 or email bellalunareservations@gmail.com

Brother's Craft Brewing - Half of the hype is about the food! Join the potluck at Brothers for the perfect smorgasbord. If you bring a dish or a donation for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, you'll get $1 off all drafts until the end of the game. The party starts at Noon!

Jimmy Madison's - Jimmy's is offering a special bar snack menu, specialty drinks and happy hour pricing. The menu includes buffalo chicken dip, wings, sliders and more tailgating favorites. Stop by for their watch party from 6-9pm.

Pale Fire Brewing Company - Fill up for the big game with discount growler fills from 1-9pm.

Ruby's Arcade - Enjoy 1/2 price pizzas and $5 off pitchers from Noon-9pm. The arcade will be open til the end of the game. RSVP to the party. 

Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition - Before you commit to evening of football and food, join the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition for a special Super Bowl Sunday ride. Meet at Briery Branch Community Center at 10am for a bike ride up to Flagpole Knob.

Three Notch'd Brewing - The game will be on in the taproom, and they'll be offering growler specials all day on Saturday and Sunday. You can also stock up on their freshly canned "Minute Man" New England IPA before the game (regardless of who you're rooting for).