See Where to Catch the Pats in the Super Bowl in Watertown

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Tom Brady, Bill Belichik and the Patriots are making their final preparations for Super Bowl XLIX, and so are bars around Watertown.

If you are looking for a place to catch the game, there are some special events planned around town.

Donohue’s Bar & Grill, 87 Bigelow Ave., will start early with a full breakfast from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. During the pre-game programming the bar will be offering promos, said owner John Donohue.

Catch the game on 22 HD TVs, and enjoy a buffet at halftime. Donohue’s will also be raffling off two 60-inch HD LG LED flat screen TVs during the big game. Seating is first come, first served.

If you are hosting your own party, you can order trays of wings, steak tips, salads and other appetizers from Donohue’s by calling 617-924-4900.

Seats are already filling up at Miller’s Ale House, 617 Arsenal St., said manager Morgan McNeil.

“We are accepting reservations,” McNeil said. “We have 72 TVs so there are no bad seats.”

As of Thursday, McNeil said more than half the tables had been reserved. Those who make a reservation will get a gift pack, McNeil said.

You can enter a Super Bowl contest at Uncommon Grounds, 575 Mt. Auburn St. Between now and Saturday, you can try to guess the score of the Super Bowl and if you are correct you win a $25 gift card. Entries must be made in person at the restaurant.

While you are there, you can try a breakfast sandwich inspired by Pats tight end Rob Gronkowski. The Kingkowski features a half-pound of shredded beef, shredded cabbage, tomatoes and a dash of smoky chipotle sauce, and topped with two fried eggs. It is served on a ciabatta roll and comes with home fries.

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