CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- It may be the Recovery Sports Grill's first Super Bowl in Charleston, but the management is pretty sure how the night's going to go.
"Since this is a new location, we're going to be incredibly busy," General manager John Darling said. "We're anticipating a full capacity crowd and a full bar."
The restaurant, which opened last fall, has 57 TV screens and the majority -- if not all of them -- will be set to watch the San Francisco 49ers go head-to-head with the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII at 6:30 p.m. Sunday on CBS.
The restaurant plans to do a lot of dine-in business, but also as much or more takeout for Super Bowl parties, Darling said.
Recovery is known for its chicken wings but the hand-dipped tenders, ribs, wraps and nachos are also popular, Darling said.
Like Recovery, Adelphia Sports Bar & Grille expects to be busy Sunday evening, Tracy Abdalla, general manager, said.
"It's like a holiday almost," he said of the Super Bowl. "People come in but we do a good amount of carry out -- everybody has a Super Bowl party."
The Greek-inspired restaurant plans to sell a lot of wings as well as burgers and salads.
As with any big sporting event, Abdalla plans to have a couple more people working. He does the same when West Virginia University games are on.
"(Sunday evening) will be no different," he said.
Super Bowl Sunday is also a busy time for pizza chains.
The Domino's Pizza on Charleston's East End typically does 75 percent more business on that Sunday compared to others, Manager Frank Denman said.
Add the snow that hit the region this week and Denman expects twice as much business as a typical Sunday. The store typically has three or four delivery drivers but will have eight on the road Sunday evening, Denman said.
"We have every employ available working and we're even trying to borrow a couple from other stores," he said.
Between 5 and 7 p.m. Sunday, the Denman expects the store to deliver 300 pizzas an hour.
"It's controlled chaos, but it is a blast," Denman said. "It's one of the (most fun) days to work."