This Sunday, the Denver Broncos will square off against the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. Who will win the coveted trophy, ring and glory? No one knows. What we do know, however, is that your guests will definitely be talking about more than just the game if you get takeout from any of the spots listed below. Don’t delay — place your orders today! By Jessica Allen.
The various locations of Bill’s Bar & Burger are offering a special that’s sure to score a touchdown with your friends and family: The ‘Game Day’ Platter comes with fried pickles, fried peppers, cheese fries, buffalo wings, loaded nachos, and mini B sliders, the ideal belly-filling finger foods. All you need to do is provide the drinks and the napkins. Might we suggest a few beers and some soda?
The one downside of getting takeout from Dinosaur Bar-B-Que on Super Bowl Sunday? Your mouth might be so full of downhome goodness that you won’t be able to cheer or groan after a big play. No matter. The various locations of the restaurant are offering two specials: the Game Day Package comes with 48 wings and four racks of ribs, and the Grid Iron Package has 96 wings and six racks of ribs. Good eatin’ either way!
Is there a more perfect football food than chicken wings? We’d debate you, but on Sunday we’ll be too busy stuffing our gob holes with the crispy wings from Hecho en Dumbo to make a coherent argument. These bad boys, made special for the Super Bowl, come covered in one of three special sauces: sweet and sour, spicy Mexican buffalo, and pequin chile and lime. Get a bunch of tacos and side of refried beans too, and you’ll be more than good to go.
Parm lets you get your sandwich on, and on, and on. The restaurant’s three locations are offering two special catering options for Super Bowl Sunday, including wings, salad, an antipasti and cheese platter, and several Parm sandwiches (roast beef, turkey, Italian combo, and chicken caprese). You can also add on Parm’s world-famous ice cream cake in your team’s colors—we recommend doing so, most definitely, for a sweet end to what promises to be an excellent game.
Up your game with takeout from Tasca Chino, a restaurant that mixes Chinese and Spanish food and techniques. Chef Alex Ureña has a few special goodies in store for the Super Bowl, including blistered shishito peppers, doused in sherry vinegar and dotted with tea-smoked salt; chicken montadito (similar to a sandwich), served with cheddar, guac, and piquillo peppers; and pan con tomate, topped with pickled onions and tuna.