Super Bowl Sunday doesn't just mean game day for the teams involved.
It means game day for local restaurants as well.
At Papa Murphy's Pizza, they had their game faces ready.
"We've already been really busy all day. Ever since we open up. People parked when we opened the doors," says Taylor Qualey.
"We'll probably do about six hundred pounds of cheese. We'll do about about 600 pizzas today. We'll do about three hundred pounds of sausage we've prepped. Pepperoni, we prep about 400 pounds of pepperoni so we'll have enough, I hope," says Papa Murphy's Chattanooga owner Tom Thompson.
With the nation caught in the grip of a chicken wing shortage, the price per pound is up to two dollars and 11 cents, making it the highest priced part of the poultry.
"We have not changed prices in years, and we try to not pass that increase on the customer. We try to make our money elsewhere, people come in and order chicken wings and get a beer then we made some money," says Mark Dillon, manager of Bud's Sports Bar.
Bud Sports Bar says despite the poultry pinch, their bird business is booming.
"The phones are ringing off the hooks, people calling up getting 30 and 40 hundred and 50 orders they want to pick them up around game time. We've been pre-selling orders all weekend long too. They are flying off the shelves. We'll have chicken wings all night long."
Pizza or wings...which is better? The debate rages on...
"You can put anything on a pizza. You can put chicken on a pizza. You can incorporate anything in the pizza," says Qualey.
"Pizza you get 8-10 slices, it depends on the size of the pizza, but chicken wings you can order as many as you want and it's just that, the slather of the richness of the sauce."
The National Chicken Council says a government mandate that 40 percent of corn crops be used for ethanol has caused a shortage of chicken feed, which in turn led to fewer chickens and fewer chicken wings.