This Sunday (Sunday, Sunday!) millions of Americans will crowd around TVs to watch the New York Giants take on the New England Patriots in a battle royal known as Super Bowl XLVI. Whether you are interested in the game, the food, the commercials, the halftime show, puppy bowl or all of the above, Sunset Strip restaurants and bars have you covered – providing the ultimate viewing experience and ensuring your home stays clean. Remember last year’s “incident” when Gary thought it would be a good idea to pour that Gatorade keg on you and your living room floor in celebration?…


Cabo Cantina
Always a fiesta, Cabo Cantina is offering 99-cent Coronitas (while they last) as well as unlimited mimosas and bloody marys until 3 p.m. During the game, enjoy two-for-one priced cocktails from 4-8 p.m. Cabo boasts large HDTVs throughout the bar, and this Sunday’s food specials include spicy buffalo wings and a $1.99 “hangover” breakfast burrito.


Coney Dog LA
Even though the Lions didn’t make it to the Super Bowl, you can still celebrate this year’s matchup at a Detroit original. All hot dogs will be two for the price of one during the game, and Coney Dog will also have specials on pitchers of craft beer.


Fashionistas and football fanatics will enjoy Eveleigh’s “Super Bowl Sunday Social,” kicking off at 2 p.m. Enjoy hot dogs, beers and poor carlitos while viewing the big game.


Isla Cantina
Drink specials include $3 Miller Lite beers, free “fusion” shots, two-for-one priced specialty drinks during the game. The party also includes raffles, prizes and no bad seats in the house. RSVP is suggested, 310.657.8100.


Rainbow Bar & Grill
Watch the game with Lemmy this Sunday, when The Rainbow opens its doors early for all football fans to stop by and enjoy the game – and a pint or two. Lucky guests can also indulge in a complimentary halftime buffet. Get there early to snag a table near the main room projection screen. The party starts at 1 p.m.


Rock And Reilly’s
The Sunset Strip’s premiere neighborhood pub will serve up Irish-twists on classic Super Bowl fare, including whiskey bingo wings, Irish nachos (made with potatoes instead of tortilla chips), wee burgers and corned beef sliders. Whiskey and beer flights are also available. Grab a table near one of the 14 flatscreen TVs, or watch the game on their 120-inch projection screen.


Sunset Marquis
Stop by Bar 1200 at Los Angeles’s most intimate rock star hotel to enjoy the game and indulge in appetizers and drink specials. Doors open at 2 p.m.


Sunset Trocadero Lounge
Sunset Trocadero is hosting a Super Bowl Eve party with half-priced appetizers and drinks from 6 – 8 p.m.


The Den
The Den opens at 10 a.m. Sunday for pre-Super Bowl brunch followed by barbecuing during the game.