Dozens of Old Palm members gathered at the Club recently to watch Super Bowl XLIX. Following a pre-game tailgate party, they then gathered around the Big Screen TVs for the game and to enjoy a bountiful spread of dishes synonymous with New England and Seattle. They dined on New England Firehouse Chili, Ten-Spice Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Pikeâs Place Market Salmon and Seattle Coffee-Rubbed Pulled Pork, just to name of few of the favorites. Many of Old Palmâs members wore team jerseys as they rooted for the Patriots and the Seahawks. The game lived up to its hype as the score went back and forth. New England took an early lead and the Seahawks tied it up at half time. The second half was just as exciting as the score see-sawed. It looked like Seattle was going to win in the final seconds, until a goal-line interception ensured a 28-24 victory for the Patriots. It would have been two straight Super Bowl wins for Seattle. However, it turned out to be New Englandâs fourth Super Bowl victory since 2002. Even though one team had to lose, the atmosphere at the Club was so enjoyable and the food so spectacular that everyone had something to celebrate.