"Compared to Christmas, it's 10 times busier," said Stephanie Flores, with Buffalo Wild Wings said.
It's a day that's taken very serious at restaurants like Buffalo Wild Wings. They are already stocking up on food for the big day and making sure they are fully staffed.
"It is crazy the whole day, it's not just right before it starts. When we open at 11 a.m., people get in here and claim their table and stay until the whole thing is over," said Sarah Evatt, an employee at Buffalo Wild Wings.
Sarah has worked at Buffalo Wild Wings for a year and a half. She worked during the Super Bowl Last year and is prepared to do it again this year.
"It's just keeping them happy, because you might have a table for a good six hours," Evatt said.
Besides the dinning room being packed with cheering fans, they are also expecting a large number of takeout orders.
"That's where we get hit the hardest. People like to come in and get to-go orders, take it home, have their own little parties," Flores said.
It can be about more than just keeping your stomach full. The staff members also serve as a shoulder to cry on, when your team doesn't win.
"Sometimes they can get upset, but you try to console them the best you can," Evatt said.
Making for one long, but fun day for both the employees and the customers.