YORKTOWN, N.Y. – For those who still haven’t decided what they're doing for the big game, here are some Yorktown eateries that will be celebrating with food and drink specials:
Kirby’s Grill and Bar, 345 Kear St., 914-245-9030: Choose any two for $40 (two to four people); four for $80 (four to eight), six for $120 (eight to 12); or eight for $160 (12-14): 1 rack of ribs, 12 pieces of barbecue chicken, 12 pieces of fried chicken, 25 wings, 25 mozzarella sticks, 12 pulled pork sliders, 12 bacon cheese sliders, 16 chicken fingers, 12 fried shrimp, 12 barbecue shrimp, 12 coconut shrimps, 16 jalapeno poppers, buffalo shrimp bites, corn nuggets, cheddar pints, nachos, fries, curly fries, sweet potato fries, baked mac and cheese, chips with salsa and guacamole, chips with buffalo chicken dip, chips with spinach and artichoke dip.
South Side Inn: 1927 Commerce St., 914-214-8600: $6.99 pitchers and $11.99 table kegs of Bud and Bud Light.
Murphy's Irish Bar and Grill: 355 Kear St., 914-962-1800: Open bar and buffet for $50. Orders for takeout will not be accepted after Saturday.
Finnegans Grill: 347 Drowning Drive, 914-962-7771. Dine in specials: 40-cent wings, $5 pitchers of Coors Light and $5.50 per pound chicken thumbs. Take out specials: $21.50 for 25 wings, $39.50 for 50, $61.50 for 75 and $79.99 for 100.
Wishes Boutique: 1811 Commerce St. 914-962-9474. Chocolate covered pretzel pizzas for $21 (regularly $24). They are a pizza crust of milk chocolate and popcorn covered with popcorn, pretzels and Oreos all drizzled with white chocolate. Completely nut free and kosher.
Is your bar or eatery hosting an event that is not listed? Email Brian Marschhauser at email@example.com to get your event added to the list.
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