Hold your horses: It’s playoff time

Places to cheer on Denver Broncos in quest for Super Bowl

A Denver Broncos fan hams it up for the camera before of an NFL football game between the Denver Broncos and the Cleveland Browns Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)



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A Denver Broncos fan hams it up for the camera before of an NFL football game between the Denver Broncos and the Cleveland Browns Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

Planning to watch the Denver Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens away from home on Saturday? Check out these sports bars, offering specials and advice for football fans:

Boston’s, 2404 Patterson Road, will offer $3.25 pizzas as well as shot drink specials. Boston’s is also looking into making a special burger that day.

Randy, the owner of Bostons, says “cheer on the Broncos and wear your orange and blue.”

Call 256-7654 for information.

The End Zone, 152 S. Mesa St., Fruita, will be offering free draft beer a half-hour before the game and until the first point is scored. Happy hour will follow, featuring $5 appetizers.

Danielle, a bartender at The End Zone, advises partiers to drink responsibly.

Call 858-0701 for information.

Old Chicago, 120 North Ave., has a number of specials planned. They will have 25-ounce Bud Light and Coors Light for $4; orange crush shots — a combination of orange vodka, Red Bull and orange juice — on special; 70-cent wings, wing and pizza specials, and other food specials.

Cori, Old Chicago’s general manager, suggests you “get there early.”

Call 244-8383 for information.

Cruiser’s Bar, 715 Horizon Drive, will host a potluck during the Broncos/Ravens game Saturday, (and the 6 p.m. Green Bay/49ers game). Cruisers will have $7 domestic pitchers, $4 Bloody’s and $3 shot specials, through both games. The potluck is free and people should bring in a favorite dish to pass around.

“I’m from Minnesota so I always bring in a Minnesota “Hot Dish” of some kind,” wrote Jonny, from Cruisers in an email. “They don’t have to bring in anything but lots of people like to show off their cooking talents.”

Jonny suggests fans wear their orange and blue and be ready to make some noise for the Broncos.

Call 314-2554 for information.



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