No matter which teams are playing, everyone enjoys the big game a bit differently. 

We asked our agents to share their favorite way to celebrate the Superbowl, and here's what they said...

The Cherry Cricket on Blake Street is our favorite place! You must have a burger and fries! -Sue Perrault

The new Ester's in Park Hill is my go to spot! -Abby Matson

I like to make Buffalo Cauliflower! So yummy and a healthier alternative to chicken wings. -Nicole Smith

Anywhere with friends and buffalo chicken dip is where I want to be! -Chaela Gerber

HOME! With buffalo chicken baked sweet potatoes. -Emily Hayduk

The parade is meant as a protest of THE GAME THAT MUST NOT BE MENTIONED. -Dave Christie

We always go to a friends house and I like bringing baked brie or buffalo chicken dip.  We let all the kids run around and watch the game and have the best discussions about the commercials! -Kristen Sharp

Grilled sweet potato wedges are my go to. most people dont make them regularly and you can finish them a couple different ways. Here's a recipe to make it easy:
- orange molasses butter
- cinnamon and maple
- honey mustard mint
- chipotle lime
soak them in water and boil for like 10 mins whole, then slice up and grill em to you know theyre going to rock everyones world and either with glaze and no dip or finish with garlic/herbs and dips or d) all of the above. -Greg Fisher

View house is definitely my favorite spot. -Janelle

Stoneys is a great place to watch football. Although I’m boycotting the super bowl in support of my saints! Who dat! -Kari Ann Garriga

Home! Jalapeño poppers from Costco because we are fancy. Also love baked Brie in pastry crust with jam inside! And coors light, obvi! -Bethany Buchanan

See you at Costco, Bethany Buchanan! We always get a couple bags of their wings, because they are the best. And of course, Rotel dip, which I grew up eating every single Super Bowl Sunday. One 16 oz. package of Velveeta + 1 10 oz. can of Rotel = perfection. GO RAMS!! -Liz Hyatt

I like to go to a house party for the Superbowl.  I like to bring a "tot bar" - make some tator tots ahead and then bring toppings!  Guests can make their own heap and stick it in the oven or microwave for warming.  Suggested toppings are: Cheese, jalapenos, bacon, green onion, tomato, black beans, corn, sour cream... I mean the list can go on! Plus there are usually 3-4 bags of tortilla chips at the party so guests can make their own nachos too! ... Just a Massachusetts girl living in a Colorado world... -Emily Johnson

If you have a favorite restaurant, recipe, or Superbowl tradition, shoot us a message, we'd love to add it to this list!

And if you're looking for more suggestions, contact us and we can give you even more options.

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