Drake’s: The Barn will play the Super Bowl during its The Big Game event from 3pm to 8pm on Sunday.
“That big game is getting really close and there’s no better place to see a win and an Usher concert than at Drake’s: The Barn,” the event’s website noted. “Rejoice with game day stacks like buckets of wings as you pair them with buckets of fresh Drake’s beer as you cheer your team on to victory.”
The business – located at 985 Riverfront St. in West Sacramento – will broadcast the game on LED screens in the beer garden, flat screens at PizzaSmith and a newly installed projector in its cocktail lounge.
“If your team ends up in the final two and you suffer from stress eating, we’ve got you,” the website said. “Our kitchen has created a game day menu, perfect for celebrating great scores and frustrating penalties. If you really need to take your mind off the game for a minute, sneak out onto the lawn to catch your breath. Play a game of catch or some relaxing yoga. It might come in handy during the holidays.”
The game starts at 3 p.m., and the website noted that all food and drink specials will continue until tipoff.
For more information, visit drinkdrakes.com/event/the-big-game.
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Woodland’s Thirsty Goat, located at 102 Main St., will also be broadcasting the Super Bowl and is welcoming people to come early from 2 to 7 p.m. to enjoy happy hour specials.
“It’s the perfect way to kick off the game day celebration,” the business’ Facebook post said. Plus, join the fun with our Super Bowl Potluck. Bring your favorite game day dish, share the love and let’s make this Sunday an experience to remember.”
For more information, visit facebook.com/ThirstyGoatYOLO.
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Embellish Decor & Gifts will hold a Super Bowl Sale on Saturday and Sunday allowing customers to purchase items that will help them prepare for game day.
“Snacks, books and grocery items will be 20% off Saturday and Sunday only,” the business’s Facebook post said.
The business is open Saturday from 10am to 5pm and Sunday from 11am to 4pm.
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Park Winters will host its Yolo Barre on the Farm and dried Valentine flowers event from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday at 27850 County Road 26 in Winters.
“This class will help improve your posture, balance and strength,” the event’s website noted. “You will learn to move through the world with more confidence and grace. You’ll be guided through a rhythm-based workout that flows to music with personalized modifications and additional challenges to suit your needs.”
The website noted that the class is for dancers at heart, music lovers and people who don’t like gyms.
“You will be given cues to better connect with your body, help your mind focus and move with balance resulting in you feeling and looking better,” the website added.
Attendees will move to the flower barn after training to make Valentine wreaths with dried flowers to take home.
Tickets for the event are $65 per person and can be purchased by visiting parkwinters.com/gather-and-create/barre-flowers-c4rpw-83k5p.
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The River Fox Train for Valentine’s Day is welcoming couples to enjoy a special experience they won’t soon forget as you roll down the tracks.
“This is your chance to reconnect while enjoying a romantic dinner and listening to old-fashioned love songs,” the event’s website says. “This special dinner train is a luxurious way to spend an evening with the person you love.”
The train departs at 6:30pm on February 13, 14 and 15 with tickets starting at $199 per person with a $100 VIP upgrade per couple.
“To add a little extra flavor to your night out, you can upgrade your tickets with our VIP package,” the website noted. “These people will sit in our elevated car, have an upgraded bottle of champagne at the table and find a selection of chocolate-dipped strawberries waiting for them at their table.”
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit riverfoxtrain.com/experiences/valentines-day-train.
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