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Omelet breakfast kicks off Super Bowl Sunday
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It’s Super Bowl Sunday.

The fun begins in Manteca with the fourth annual Super Bowl Sunday Omelet & Pancake Breakfast that starts at 7:30 and runs until 11:30 a.m. at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane. Tickets are $7 at the door.

The target is to crack enough eggs to make 1,000 omelets to order. Last year there were 875 omelet breakfasts served. Jeff Liotard is the head omelet chef while Joe Waltman is the head pancake chef.

The breakfast includes a made-to-order omelet, pancakes, croissant, fruit cup, orange juice, and Jesus Mountain Coffee.

The senior center is decorated in a Super Bowl motif. There are also “quarterly” raffle drawings.

If you have no place to watch the game, there are several options this afternoon.

Chez Shari – located upstairs at the Manteca Golf Course – will be hosting a gourmet spread that includes barbecue ribs, chicken, pork loin, linguica, polish dogs and hot dogs in addition to salad and rolls. The game will be shown on a huge rear projection TV screen

Food will be prepared for the first 100 people, and will include both hors d’oeuvres dessert. Admission will be $5. The festivities are set to begin at 2:30 p.m.

Rocko’s Sports and Spirits’ annual Super Bowl Party which will include all-you-can-eat crab as well as a host of other food is already sold out.

And if its drinks that you’re looking for, Rookie’s Sports Bar at the Manteca Bowling Alley will be having specials on both bottled and draft beer plus showing the game on their massive big screen TV’s. There will be no cover charge.