Not only is fall known for its stunning foliage, great travel rates, and pumpkin-spiced treats— it’s famous for festivals like Oktoberfest, the annual beer-drinking festival, which kicked-off this past Saturday. Of course, the original Oktoberfest will be celebrated in Munich, Germany, where the weeks-long event attracts more than 6 million people from around the world and nearly 2 million gallons of beer are guzzled every year. But for those that aren’t planning on a trip abroad, there are plenty cities and towns from coast to coast where Americans can celebrate here at home in the United States. Here are some of the most authentic ongoing or upcoming Oktoberfest celebrations in the US.
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The Super Bowl is this Sunday — do you have a game plan ready to feed your hungry fans? Beyond the big screen TV and a cooler stocked with ice cold drinks, this is one party that’s all about the spread. So whether you’re new to throwing a Super Bowl party (congratulations to the Falcons) or you throw one almost every year (time to break out the New England decorations again), we’ve got you covered. Score a touchdown with your family and friends with these tailgate-ready snacks, sandwiches, appetizers, and more.
Super Bowl Sunday—the American holiday where football faithfuls and casual viewers alike set aside time to eat special foods (wings), wear special clothes (jerseys) and gather with friends and family in an annual festivity. The Super Bowl is so popular that it has garnered more viewers than any other televised event. So it’s no surprise that many people plan parties around such a celebratory occasion. If you’re like so many other Americans who intend to host a Super Bowl party, you might want some advice and inspiration on how to make yours memorable. Here are 10 tips that will help you throw the ultimate Super Bowl party this year.