With no local teams featuring in Super Bowl 50, the main attraction for most of us will be the Super Bowl parties: day-long happy hours, heaps of wings and giant high-definition screens. Here are some of the best places to watch the big game.

For fans of the Denver Broncos: Penn Quarter Sports Tavern, 639 Indiana Ave. NW. meetup.com/denverbroncosfanclubdc; or Stoney's, 1433 P St. NW. stoneys-dc.com
When the Broncos made their last trip to the Super Bowl in 2014, fans of the team found themselves sharing Penn Quarter Sports Tavern with Seattle Seahawks supporters, who also call the bar home. There will be no such problems this time: The Broncos will take over both levels of the sports bar as well as the heated outdoor patio. All fans can enter raffles for Broncos jerseys, hats and other gear.

The upstairs bar at Stoney's on P Street NW will host a fundraiser for Peyton Manning's Peyback Foundation: Make a $5 or $10 donation to charity for $12 pitchers of light beer or $5 Orange Crusher cocktails. Doors open at 4 p.m. and you must RSVP on Eventbrite.

For fans of the Carolina Panthers: Lucky Bar, 1221 Connecticut Ave. NW. capitalriot.com.
Lucky Bar is the home of D.C.'s Capitol Riot fan club, and the raucous atmosphere includes Panther snarls blasting over the PA system after big plays. Drink specials include $5 pints and $18 pitchers of Natty Greene's Buckshot Amber and Foothills Pilsner, and $3.50 pints and $14 pitchers of Bud Light. Seating is limited. (Note that Lucky Bar will be filled with soccer fans from 8 a.m. on.) If Lucky Bar reaches capacity, the overflow location is Sign of the Whale, around the corner on M Street. There will also be viewing parties at Mad Rose in Arlington and Blackfinn in Merrifield.

Non-partisan viewing parties

Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse, 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington. arlingtondrafthouse.com.
Want to watch the Super Bowl on a movie screen? Head to Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Avery's Bar and Lounge, 1370 H St. NE. averysonhst.com.
The party at Avery's starts with happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. Specials include $3 beers, $5 Hennessy and Jameson drinks, and $5 plates of wings.

Capitol City Brewing Company, 4001 Campbell Ave., Arlington. capcitybrew.com.
The Shirlington brewpub offers four of its beers for $4, and a menu of "tailgate appetizers" like bacon cheese fries and bratwurst subs. Growlers, T-shirts and other swag will be raffled off at the end of each quarter, and a 50-inch TV will be given away at the end of the game.

City Tap House, 901 Ninth St. NW. citytaphousedc.com.
Talk about playing to both sides: On Super Bowl Sunday, City Tap House is hosting "mini tap-takeover" of beers from New Belgium and Oskar Blues, two Colorado-based breweries that have also begun producing beer in North Carolina. An optional $25 bottomless buffet of wings, nachos, mozzarella sticks and other football snacks comes with a bonus: Order the buffet and all 40 drafts are $4 for the duration of the game.

DC Brau and Union Social Super Bowl Pig Out. 100 Florida Ave. NE. unionsocialdc.com.
Union Social hosts the DC Brau crew for a beer-fueled Super Bowl pig roast, which begins at 5 p.m. Plates of roasted pig are $10 while it lasts, and wings are $1 each. Specials include $15 pitchers of DC Brau and $6 mixed drinks. All attendees are entered into a drawing for a free brewery tour.

Dino's Grotto, 1914 Ninth St. NW. dinoinshaw.com.
Dino's Grotto offers a gourmet take on Super Bowl snacks. The nachos are covered with crucolo, fontina and 24-month reggiano cheese, and served with a side of wild boar chili; the Volcano Wings come with crudité and gorgonzola dressing. They offer a 33 percent discount on any wine priced at $50 or more. For Super Bowl Sunday, the bar sells tickets through Eventbrite for $25 or $30, which covers two drinks, one bar snack, and tax and gratuity, and includes a guaranteed seat. (You can also just show up and pay a la carte.)

Dodge City. 917 U St. NW. dodgecitydc.com.
Dodge City opens its doors at 1 p.m. Sunday for brunch, but you'll want to be in your seat by 2:30, when the Puppy Bowl Pre-Game Show appears on the bar's projection screen. As per tradition at Dodge City, puppies take precedence until the "other" game kicks off at 6:30.

Duffy's Irish Pub. 2106 Vermont Ave. NW. www.dcduffys.com. $40.
You must purchase a $40 ticket to enter Duffy's on Super Bowl Sunday, but admission includes unlimited draft beer and cider from 5 p.m. until the end of the game; a buffet of wings, shepherd's pie, brats and hot dogs; and $5 Jameson or Fireball shots.

El Chucho. 3313 11th St. NW. facebook.com/elchuchodc.
On Sunday, El Chucho pulls down its projection screen and offers a big food and drink deal: $25.50 is good for one food item plus unlimited margaritas and Tecate.

Jack Rose Dining Saloon, 2007 18th St. NW. jackrosediningsaloon.com.
The covered rooftop terrace at Jack Rose is hosting a couple of friendly Super Bowl Sunday competitions: The "D.C. Drink-Off" pairs $5 beers from our local Right Proper and 3 Stars breweries, while the "BBQ Eat-Off" features both North Carolina and South Carolina barbecue prepared by chef Russell Jones. Deals run from 5:30 to 10 p.m.

Nellie's Sports Bar. 900 U St. NW. nelliessportsbar.com.
Both seatings of Nellie's Drag Brunch are sold out on Super Bowl Sunday, but the game will be on TVs on both levels, and $15 beer buckets are among the all-day specials.

Nopa, 800 F St. NW. nopadc.com.
The Penn Quarter bar is revamping its menu for the day in honor of the two teams: Carolina fans can order Southern-style deviled eggs and chicken bog croquettes, while Broncos fans get Fat Tire beer cheese soup and rocky mountain oysters with "cowboy caviar." Colorado and North Carolina beers will also be offered for $4 on tap.

Penn Social. 801 E St. NW. pennsocialdc.com.
If you're tired of having to crane your neck to see the TVs in bars, head to Penn Social, where the basement is home to a 22-foot projection screen and nine 10-foot screens. Super Bowl specials include $3 Bud Light, $4 Shock Top and $5 Goose Island and Blue Point beers.

Red Derby. 3718 14th St. NW. redderby.com.
Don't think of Red Derby as a sports bar? You're not alone. But projection screens on both levels will show the Super Bowl, happy hour runs from 5 to 8 p.m. -- which means $1 off everything -- and wings are served all night.

Red Red Wine, 189B Main St., Annapolis. redredwinebar.com.
The Annapolis wine bar is getting a two-day jump on Mardi Gras, throwing a day-long party with beads, hurricanes, Abita beers, jambalaya and gumbo, beginning at noon. The Naptown Brass Band plays from 2 to 5 p.m.

Shaw's Tavern. 520 Florida Ave. NW. shawstavern.com. $45.
The second floor of Shaw's turns into a private Super Bowl party on Sunday: Doors open at 5 p.m. and  a $45 ticket includes an open bar through the end of the game and a buffet with pizza, wings and other tailgate snacks through the end of halftime.

Sudhouse. 1340 U St. NW. sudhousedc.com.
Doors open at noon for an all-day happy hour that includes 50-cent wings and $5 premium draft beers.

Correction: A previous version of this post provided an incorrect address for Penn Quarter Sports Tavern.