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Pete ‘N Peters Football Specials

The referees/bartenders at Pete 'N Peters in Tahoe City.

Pete ‘N Peters sports bar in Tahoe City offers NFL fans plenty of incentive to get off the couch and watch their favorite team in the company of like-minded folks.

It starts Sunday morning at 10 a.m. with Huevos Rancheros served with your choice of a bloody mary or a fizz, all for $7.50.

Later in the day the deal becomes a Bud draft and a giant stadium dog for $3.50.

Top that off with five HDTVs to watch all the games on, and your Sunday is looking good.

And don’t forget Monday Night Football!

Every Monday night a field goal gets everybody $1.50 Bud drafts.

Two point conversions = $2 premium drafts

Interceptions = $2 well drinks

Punt returns for TD = $3 Jagermeister

Player loses helmet = $3 shot of Jack

Ref knock down = $2 shot of Schnapps

Kickoff runback for TD = round of Schnapps for the house on us!

Plus a free drawing for Alpine Meadows ski tickets, gift certificates and the weekly grand prize of a Columbia Ski parka.

Note: Pete ‘N Peters also opens early (11 a.m.) on Saturdays for all the college games.

And be sure to join Pete ‘N Peters players in the Sierra Sun’s UPickEm Pro Football Challenge here: It’s free to play and you could win a $30 gift certificate to spend at the bar the next time you’re there.

Pete ‘N Peters is located at 395 North Lake Blvd. in Tahoe City, California. Call them at (530) 583-2400 for more information and to confirm specials.

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