Pittsburghers have Super Bowl parties down to a science. It doesn’t matter if they are held in someone’s home or a public place, Steeler fans know how to party even when we lose.

On Feb. 6 at Dave & Busters in the Waterfront, Lisa Little invited about two dozen of her close friends to get their party on while watching the game. No one had to bring anything or clean up afterwards, just show up.

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER ON GAME DAY—Melenie and Cheyenne Walker.

For a mere fee of $20 Dave & Busters served hot dogs, sliders, chili, nachos, pizza, peach cobbler and unlimited sodas. Everyone received a coupon for Game Play just in case the game was boring. Fortunately there weren’t a lot of boring moments and no one wanted to miss the half time show with the Black Eye Peas and Usher.

Some the commercials were more important than the game. One of the favorite commercials among this crowd was the Doritos commercials and the Bud Light commercial where the dogs were serving food at the party.

The party was held in the Show Room with the game shown on a movie size screen. There was a diverse mix of people young and old with one thing in common, their love of the Steelers. For most the wardrobe consisted of something black and gold and terrible towels were in abundance. By now we all know the outcome of the big game day we didn’t bring home the trophy but we got the chance to play the game and party without incident.

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