Super Bowl XLVII is Sunday, Feb. 3, starting at 3:30 p.m. PST on CBS.
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers could have a battle to the final second –NFL.com analysts are pretty split on their favorites.
It's shaping up to be another of those major American festivities, including Beyonce singing at half-time, and, of course, Super Bowl ads.
Don’t feel like staying at home to watch the game? Not to worry, there are lots of businesses in town with big screen TVs and specials deals at the ready for the big game.
Bumper's: Bumper's is a straight up sports bar, with no pretentions but plenty of beer and food. They also claim to have the best burgers in town.
Shooters: An ideal location for the lukewarm football fan. If you want to keep yourself entertained during the dull parts, go to Shooters where you can play billiards all night and keep one eye on the game.
Morgan's: Watch the game in comfort and style at one of Burnsville's classiest taverns. Too much to drink? Have no fear. You can always get a room at the Nicollet Inn, the hotel adjoining the restaurant.
Ernie's: Creme Brulee French Toast and football, simultaneously? It's possible at Ernie's, one of Burnsville's best loved joints for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a stiff drink.
Burnsville Ale House: In 2011, Wendy Karn set out to tame The Edge—a rough and tumble biker bar— and turn it into the warm and welcoming Burnsville Ale House. She succeeded. Fans casn expect plenty of comfort food, cool brews and friendly company during the big game.
BURN: If cigars are more your speed, BURN is the only place to go. Expect tons of stogies to choose from, comfortable leather couches in the lounge and tons of TVs constantly tuned to ESPN.
Where will you watch the game? If you're a business offering specials on game day, let us know in below in comments and we'll add you to this list.