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Restaurants, Bars Prepare for Super Bowl Sunday

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LAS VEGAS - The Super Bowl is four days away, but you may want to plan your party food today. Food is synonymous with football, and valley restaurants are expecting a big rush for the big game.

Bars and restaurants feature an abundance of seats, screens and food, but it's going to be busy this weekend. Expect long waits unless you are prepared to come early.

The same goes for your Super Bowl party at home. Metro Pizza is expected to serve 4,500 customers. Almost all will be ordering for pick-up or delivery.

If you think your pizzas will arrive at the start of the game during kickoff, think again. Metro Pizza owner John Arena says you have got to place your order today to get any chance of having a pizza ready an hour before kick-off.

"The thing that's really challenging is that it's all concentrated in a short amount of time. So, we'll do twice as much business as a normal Sunday, but we'll also do it in a two-hour period," he said.

If you do plan on coming out to a sports bar, you probably won't be able to get a reservation. Buffalo Wild Wings recommends you come in at least an hour before the 3:30 p.m. game time.

Every screen will be showing the game, so they say if you can fight the crowd and find a seat, you will be able to see the game.

CBS and 8 News NOW provide your home for this year's Super Bowl. CBS will feature hours of pre-game coverage leading up to the 3:30 p.m. kick-off.

After the post-game show, stick around for a new episode of the hit drama "Elementary" followed by a special edition of 8 News NOW featuring our entire morning team.

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