Best Food & Restaurant Superbowl Ads

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If you are like us, you spent the time trying to “hush” kids and actually hear the commercials. We always love the food commercials, so here is a recap of everything you missed.

Pringles “Stuck In”

Pringles are so easy when you begin eating them. Once you get about half way into the can, the story changes. You could easily just dump the can and pour the chips, but you also may feel like you need to stick your arm in the can.

Everyone has been there. You stick your arm deep into the can and hope you don’t get stuck. Pringles goes after this very real problem in this year’s Super Bowl commercial.

Budweiser “A Clydesdale’s Journey”

How does a big horse pull at your heartstrings?

Budweiser has figured it out as it tells the story of a famous clydesdale recovering from a leg injury.

Avacados from Mexico, “Always Good”

What if tailgate parties have been around for centuries? This commercial takes us to the Coliseum parking lot. Who would have thought that jumping through tables had existed this long?

Uber Eats, “Uber Don’t Eats”

Uber and the other 3rd party delivery services like DoorDash have really taken off during the pandemic as people get food delivered to their homes.

Now, you can “Uber” more than food. Uber Eats takes a funny look at people eating deliveries that weren’t meant for eating.

Lay’s, “Stay Golden”

A lot of people aged during the Superbowl … 50 cent, Snoop and Dre, but somehow Paul Rudd stayed the same age.

Lay’s takes a walk down memory lane with Paul Rudd and Seth Rogan.

Bud Light Seltzer Hard Soda, “Land of Loud Flavors”

So what if Flavortown was a real place?

Bud Light Seltzer Hard Soda takes us to Flavortown to introduce us to the latest in the string of hard seltzers, this time combining with soda.

Cutwater Spirits, “Work Smarter, Not Harder”

Bud Light Next, “Zero in the Way of Possibility”

Frito Lay’s, “Push It”

Who doesn’t love a slow moving sloth?

Well, now we know the impact of the new Flamin’ Hot Doritos on the sloth and other animals. Take a look at the hilarious take and how we see a sloth start to move quicky.

Michelob Ultra Organic Seltzer, “Caddy”

Brooks Koepka’s feud with Bryson DeChambeau is pretty interesting.

Getting drinking advice from a caddy … not so much

Taco Bell, “The Grande Escape”

Taco Bell is great at commercials that don’t really tell you anything about their food.

This commercial continues the weirdness for Taco Bell ads.

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