Super Bowl Sunday calls for restaurant preparations

It's Super Bowl Sunday in America and for many it's celebrated like a holiday.

Friends, family, plenty of food, drinks, and in this case a lot of yelling. For restaurants and sport bars, for this day only, welcomed it.

"Everybody is just focused on their TV and there is a lot of people talking back and forth, and it's a lot of fun," said Ashley Meagher Hummer's Sports Café Employee.

With 15 televisions, there wasn't a bad seat in the house, making Hummer's Sports Café a popular place to watch a game.

"We have more waitresses on Super Bowl day and more kitchen staff so we can get the food out faster and you can get your beers and everything a lot faster," said Meagher.

For some people, being in the comfort of their home is even better.

"I'm fixing to head to Dumas to hang out with friends and family and just eat, and drink beer," said Robert Gorden 49'ers Fan.

"I think we're just going to hang out at a friend's house and get some good rivalry going, trash talk a little," said Remmington Ravens Fan.

With this year's Super Bowl being termed the "Harbaugh" bowl, the question was, who are you rooting for?

"I'm a diehard Cowboys fan and I can't have the 49'ers have one more Super Bowl win than the Cowboys," said Cade who is rooting for the Ravens.

At home or at the bar, it's Super Bowl Sunday, the game shirts are on.