Despite the Chance of Snow, the Super Bowl Parties "Will Go On"


LITTLE ROCK, AR -- At Gusano's in the River Market, Brock Smith brings his buddy to talk Super Bowl.

"Peyton Manning is a legend," Smith said.

It doesn't take long before Smith lets you know who for whom he's rooting in the big game.

"There's no way they can match with Seattle. You can't mess with Marshawn Lynch. Beast mode."

Smith is in game day mode. He plans to be at Gusano's Sunday to watch the action.

"They always have sound. Every single TV will be going. It gets pretty wild in here," he said.

Gusano's is ready to welcome the crowds, whose eyes will be glued to the mega screens.

"We have been moving tables around all day," said Bonnie Hill, one of the waitresses.

Bonnie Hill fears the snow may water down Sunday's big party.

"You may see folks cut out after halftime. Maybe come before it gets too, too cold to drive home or it gets worse," she said.

Hill said the celebration will go on, no matter what it looks like outside.

Brock Smith said he'll walk home if he can't drive back.

"If you get stuck, it might as well be here at Gusano's or anywhere downtown," Smith said.

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