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Columbus sports bars prep for Alabama, Georgia National Championship game

(Source: WTVM News Leader 9) (Source: WTVM News Leader 9)

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - As the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs prepare for the College Football National Championship, sports bars and grills in Columbus are doing the same.

"We are getting ready with specials, we are inviting everyone to come out and see us," says lead server at the Office Sports Bar and Grill, Heather Davis.

Davis says their chefs and bartenders are prepping with special drink and food offers for the night of the big game.

"Its one of the huge games that we've got going on this year," says Davis.

During that rivalry matchup, customers at the Office, located on North Lake Pkwy in Columbus, can enjoy the specials running for $2 domestics along with a wing special. Davis also says the bar will be doing raffles and giveaways during halftime of the game. 

Wild Wing Cafe on Whittlesey Blvd also plans on running drink, food, and raffle specials. Wild Wing's raffle prizes include a Bud Light fire pit, a camping chair, coolers, t-shirts, and drinking items. Wild Wing's drink and food specials also include their Bud Light and Michelob Ultra special 20 oz. drinking cups.

Circa Craft Cocktails bar in Uptown Columbus also plans on running National Championship specials. 

"The watch party will open at 6 p.m. It will be $10 for all you can eat whiskey and wings," says the manager of Circa, Tiffany Roy.

Be sure to watch our special coverage, "Winning It All," on both WTVM and WXTX at  7p/6c. 

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