Scores Atlantic City features food specials, VIP packages, a delicious buffet, exotic performers and multiple HDTVs for patrons to enjoy the Super Bowl. Packages start at just $20 and include a halftime performance by Scores’ exotic dancers.

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Watch them score at Scores.

Enjoy and food specials, VIP packages, a gourmet buffet, exotic performers and an unobstructed view from multiple HDTVs that are awaiting you at Scores at Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort. Packages start at $20 and may include beer and cocktail specials, prizes, table service, a buffet courtesy of Robert’s Steakhouse and bottle service. During halftime, the action moves from the field to the stage in the Black Box Cabaret for an exclusive performance by Scores’ exotic dancers. The festivities will continue well into the night in the Black Box Cabaret, as well as in the Electric Fantasy Club, which boasts an on-stage LED video screen,a light show, and glowing bar. For reservations or more information, call 1-855-500-SCORES or go to

“V” is for victory — and Vagabond in Chelsea Heights.

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With 10 TVs scattered throughout the restaurant, Vagabond Kitchen and Tap House (609-350-6721), in the Chelsea Heights section of A.C., has been a great spot to watch all the NFL games all season. For the Super Bowl, guests are invited to participate in their very own block pool, with prizes given out every quarter. Plus, a DJ will spin tunes and a special Super Bowl menu will be offered. Also, enjoy $12 buckets throughout the entire game.

Casino bars are a good bet for watching the big game.

Boasting 18 TVs throughout the restaurant and bar, Harry’s Oyster Bar in Bally’s Atlantic City will have team-inspired food specials, tons of giveaways and no cover charge. From 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, hit up Bally’s “Celebrity Tailgate Party” with special guests Shannon Sharpe and Marcus Allen for just $10. Bally’s Mountain Bar has beer, wing and nacho specials. Listen to “Chalk Talk” on Sunday, Feb. 2, at Circus Maximus Theater at Caesars. Guests include Joe Montana and Barry Sanders for $25. Toga Bar at Caesars Atlantic City offers $4 drafts and a special tailgate menu. Harrah’s Resorts’ Eden Lounge celebrates the big game with beer and shot specials, a special tailgate menu, giveaways, a DJ and a postgame party. X-Bar at Harrah’s has beer and shot specials, as well as Coors Light or Miller Lite buckets for $20. Worship Surf Bar at Showboat Casino-Hotel features $3 Miller Lite or Coors Light drafts, $10 pitchers of Coors Light and nacho platters. At Tropicana Casino and Resort, A Dam Good Sports Bar serves up $2 Miller High Life, PBR and Rolling Rock drafts, plus $5 margaritas. LandShark Bar & Grill over at Resorts Casino Hotel will offer Bud Light Bucket specials and chances to win prizes during halftime with the purchase of a Budweiser product.

Show your team spirit at local A.C. bars.

The Atlantic City Bar and Grill will have great specials such as $3 beers and awesome giveaways. Ducktown Tavern is having 25-cent wings, $5 u-call-it drinks and $2 Bud and Bud Light drafts. Chelsea Pub is serving $2 domestic drafts and $2.25 domestic bottles.

Cheer your team on off shore.

Chickie’s & Petes in Egg Harbor Township has a $39.99 Super Bowl package, consisting of a special all-you-can eat menu, plus some beer and martini specials and great giveaways. Reservations suggested. Charlie’s in Somers Point is offering a free halftime buffet and $2.50 domestic drafts. In Mays Landing, Buffalo Wild Wings will have $3.75 Bud Lights, $5 Killians, and a raffle for an Eagles’ leather recliner, as well as t-shirt and hat giveaways.

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