Looking for a Super Bowl party? Coba Cocina, 2041 Richmond Road, has you covered. Coba's Cobar is having a game watch party Sunday. It's called "Ghosts of Super Bowls Past," and you can wear any team jersey you want. It's $35 a person (tax and gratuity not included) for food and three drink tickets, or $20 a person food only. The party will feature a specialty taco bar. Reservations are recommended but not required. Call (859) 523-8484. Doors open at 6 p.m.; kickoff is at 6:30 p.m.
■ West Sixth Brewery, 501 West Sixth Street, will be open for a winter open house from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Get a behind-the-scenes look at how they make the beer. Special beers for the event will be poured in all sorts of unique ways: directly from the tanks, sampling aged beers straight from the bourbon barrel and fresh off the canning line. Smithtown Seafood will provide appetizers. Tickets are $20 (includes a souvenir glass, five samples, and snacks) and are limited to 100. Go to West Sixth's Facebook page for tickets.
On Sunday, West Sixth again will do a Super Bowl Snakes in a Barrel Beer release at halftime, when they will tap their bourbon barrel imperial stout. Smithtown Seafood will have a special Super Bowl menu and will have specials on to-go beer all day.
And on Wednesday, the brewery will present a check to Greenhouse 17 from the Pay it Forward Cocoa Porter proceeds at 7:30 p.m. Their flower CSA shares will be on sale, too.
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■ Winchell's Restaurant & Sports Bar, 348 Southland Dr., will have Super Bowl specials themed to the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks, including New England clam chowder, steamed mussels, crab cakes, a "Beast Mode" burger, Boston cream pie, espresso cheesecake and regional beers. Call (859) 278-9424.
■ Grimes Mill Winery, 6707 Grimes Mill Road, will conduct a three-part cooking class on bread beginning Feb. 7. Attendees may take all three or any series. (Feb. 21 and March 7 are the other dates.) Part 1 is on the History of Bread. Each class is $25 a person or $60 a person for all three. Soup or cheeses will be provided along with bread at each series. Philip DeSimone, owner and winemaker at Grimes Mill, will conduct this series. More information is available on the winery's Facebook page and at GrimesMillWinery.com, or call (859) 543-9691.
■ Greenbo Lake State Resort Park in Greenup is holding a Frontier Buffet from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday. The menu includes bison chili, elk meatloaf, duck stir-fry, fried catfish, frog legs, vegetables, a salad bar and assorted desserts.
The price is $18.95 plus tax for adults and $8.95 for children ages 6-12. Admission for ages 6 and younger is free. Drinks are included. For more information, call (606) 473-7324.
■ Midway School Bakery, 510 South Winter Street in Midway, will celebrate Great American Pie Month in February with a pie special each week (snickerdoodle pie, raspberry cream, banana butterscotch and more.) They are available at the bakery and at Wallace Station Deli, 3854 Old Frankfort Pike, and at Windy Corner Market and Restaurant, 4595 Bryan Station Road. Call (859) 846-4336.
■ Greentree Tearoom, 521 West Short St., will have a very February menu, featuring mushroom with sherry soup, white chocolate scone with cherry curd and Fayette cream, low country shrimp and grits, ham salad, white pimento cheese and red radish ribbon tea sandwiches, strawberry cupcakes, chocolate pots de crème with raspberry sauce and glazed heart cookies and assam tea. For reservations, call (859) 455-9660.
■ In February, Bakery Blessings & Bookstore @ the Bar, 1999 Harrodsburg Road, is bringing back the favorite tomato bisque as well as pinto bean soup, along with vegetable beef.