Low- to middle-income folks, perhaps such as yourself, have been priced out of football games. (Chronicle columnist C.W. Nevius credits the high price point for the lack of Super Bowl "sizzle" in San Francisco.) But that doesn't mean we cannot live the high life come Sunday. And with that, here are a few hi and low Super Sunday events that might pique your fancy and fill your belly.

Tango & Stache at Dalva (3121 16th Street), SF
Chef Joshua Oakley will serve his Flaco’s Nachos at Dalva on Super Bowl Sunday from 12pm - 6pm. They come with handmade duck fat tortilla chips, Wild Turkey 101 braised pulled pork, vermouth baked beans, smoked provolone mournaise, Wild Turkey Rye pickled jalapenos, and cilantro lime salsa verde. They are wildly tasty and, look!, there's a photo of then right there!

Kronner Burger (2379 Mission), SF
Check it: 3 TVs, large cocktails, cage fighting (what?!), BEER, hamburger, spicy chicken wings, and more.

Presidio Social Club (563 Ruger), SF
Presidio Social Club will be showing the game at the bar well stocked with all the Super Bowl essentials: Spicy Dungeness Crab Nachos ($15), and Cioppino Marys ($12), a Bloody Mary made with a spiced crab broth and a crab leg, both available all day. Or those who want to bring the PSC experience home to their own flat screen - party-sized PSC Classic Dungeness Crab Mac ‘n Cheese ($24) is available to-go up until halftime.

Hi Tops (2247 Market), SF
You're gonna get laid, boy.

Redwood Room at CLIFT (495 Geary), SF
Pants, fancy The CLIFT will feature food and beverage selections in honor of the game. Cheer on the 49ers while sipping a Candlestick made withG eorge Dickel bourbon, fernet branca, luxardo and maraschino liqueur, and orange bitters ($14), or support Baltimore with the Baltimore Soft Shell Crab Sandwich, with old bay aioli, and coleslaw on a brioche bun ($14)

Jasper’s Corner Tap & Kitchen (401 Taylor), SF
Grab a negroni and shove into your mouth three kinds of sliders ($2 each), a Kobe dog ($5), and chicken wings ($5). Also, there are four TVs in the bar area. Rad.

Know of any other Super Bowl parties? Let us know in the comments or send them to [email protected]. Thanks.