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Where to Watch Super Bowl 2013 Around Town and Country and Manchester

Where in St. Louis do you plan to watch the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens for Super Bowl 47?

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It's already being called the Harbowl: a Super Bowl clash between San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh and Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh. The Harbaughs are the first pair of brothers to work as head coaches in the NFL, and they'll square off for Super Bowl 47 on Feb. 3. 

This year, Missouri has a few connections to the big game. Locally, St. Louis native Joe Larrew has been selected as an official for the Super Bowl, Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Veterans from the University of Missouri football program also are represented on each team: 49ers defensive ends Aldon Smith and Justin Smith and Ravens coach Ted Monachino all played at Mizzou, and Ravens offensive line coach Andy Moeller previously coached there. Jim Leavitt, a 49ers coach, also attended Mizzou in the '70s.

Kickoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on CBS.

If you're looking for a place to watch the game in and around Manchester and Town and Country or for local specials, Patch has a roundup for you.

The Country Club and Tucker's Place are both closed, but there are lots of spots to catch the game.

Dave's World Famous Bar and Grill is holding a potluck party. The kitchen's not open, but patrons are encouraged to bring food and catch the game. This is open to the public.

Hotshots12 buckets of beer (five bottles in a bucket) and $7 domestic pitchers. Krieger's Sports Grill in Twin Oaks is offering a $5 appetizer menu, $5 domestic pitchers of beer and $8 craft beer pitchers.

For more details contact the following establishments showing the game Sunday.

  • Dave's World Famous Bar and Grill
  • Mike Duffy's Pub & Grill
  • HotShots Sports Bar & Grill
  • Krieger's Sports Grill

The writers at Bleacher Report have offered their Super Bowl predictions, but if you're interested in some more nontraditional predictions, take a look at TIME Magazine's list of "Wacky Ways of Predicting the Winner," which includes computer and Madden NFL 2013 simulations.

Tell us: Where do you plan to watch the game? And if you plan to order from a local restaurant, please share your recommendation with the rest of us! 

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