Big Game Menu, Society Café

Don’t be fooled. What’s served at any Super Bowl party is just as important as how big the TV is. Fittingly, chef Kim Canteenwalla puts out a spread that goes beyond wings. For one low price, guests can graze on filet-mignon sliders, cheeseburgers and pulled-pork varieties, along with all-beef mini dogs with house-made chili, Reuben pot stickers and mac ’n’ cheese bites. And don’t worry, Society has seven plasma screen TVs. Feb. 5 only, $95 per person, in Encore, 248-3463.

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